Thursday, September 13, 2012

America dragged through the streets


And Chicago. Chicago: The Obama Democrats. Not Bill Clinton's party any more. Even Rahm the mild reformer with the aggressive style must be beaten back. The Harvard proletariat and their allies back from the convention foment their next generation Days of Rage in the streets of Chicago:
It's an irony now that one of their touchstone ideological works has been Richard Hofstadter's "The Paranoid Style in American Politics" (1964), which was about the American political right back then. Today it's the Obama Democrats who insist that something like voter-identification statutes are a racist conspiracy. Barack Obama in his grave acceptance speech fears that "this nation's promise is reserved for the few." And so out on the plains, the Obama Democrats will assemble a voter army from that vast proletariat, the U.S. middle class, to pull down "the wealthiest."
This is a party whose agenda is avenging slights, wrongs and the systemic theft of "our democracy." For all this injustice, someone must be made to pay. How far all this is from the America called for in Lincoln's first inaugural: "We must not be enemies."
The Barack Obama who announced his campaign in Springfield, IL, Honest Abe's sometime place, with soaring speech now campaigns as president to adoring crowds in Vegas, even as a shocked nation mourns its dead. We wonder where is the leadership.

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So let me ask you this, beltway PC elites, when push comes to shove in the reelected Dear Leader administration you so want to come to fruition--will you stand at the top of the stairs?

Or be shoved down.
Or maybe you could be honest and do your jobs. And remember why you are Americans.

Good men died the other night. They believed in freedom.

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