Clowns to the Left, Jokers to the Right

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Many times, people have asked me questions like:

“Why are you a member of the Conservative Party?”

“Aren’t you wasting your vote?”

“Why can’t you just vote Republican, like the rest of us, and do something for your country?”

Let me break those down in answering them.

“Why are you a member of the Conservative Party?”

The Conservative Party (http://home.conservativepartyusa.org/) represents what the GOP – allegedly – used to.  Limited government, Constitutional Rights, etc.  The GOP of today seems to hold no such values, as a political party.  Sure, there are one, or two, politicians that still think like that, to one extent or another, but they’re completely ineffectual and useless in the face of thousands of others that think (and vote) like members of the American Liberal Socialist Democratic Party.  I realize that the CP-USA isn’t even in all states, but the GOP wasn’t, initially, either, and it will take the same efforts to change that.  Flat out, the GOP isn’t a friendly environment for Conservatives, and, in fact, they’ve become as unfriendly to Conservatism and Conservatives as the DNC.

http://www.usatoday.com/story/onpolitics/2013/12/16/boehner-senate-conservatives-fund-budget-deal/4042705/

“Aren’t you wasting your vote?”

“Why can’t you just vote Republican, like the rest of us, and do something for your country?”

The driving occupation of the Conservative Party isn’t destroying the GOP.  In fact, really, the Conservative Party would be perfectly content to vote Republican Conservative.  As long as the GOP fields Conservative candidates, and does not squelch or obstruct them (which they are famous for doing, including when they did it to Reagan, way back when), members of the CP would be content to vote for them.  It only becomes an issue of fielding their own candidates, when the GOP goes back to their own tricks, and pulls a Gingrich:

http://www.politico.com/news/stories/1009/28730.html

http://thehill.com/blogs/blog-briefing-room/news/63455-gingrich-endorses-scozzafava-in-ny-23-race

newt_gingrich facist

The Grinch went on to explain, during his failed presidential bid, that he voted for leftist Diedre “Dede” Scozzafava (http://www.conservapedia.com/Dede_Scozzafava), just because she had this behind her name:  (R).  Now, yes, he went on to endorse Hoffman (http://www.conservapedia.com/Doug_Hoffman), but it was already too late.  He’d been caught with his pants down, and just didn’t want to further compound his shame and dishonor by endorsing the DNC leftist (though endorsing the GOP leftist was perfectly OK).  All that mattered with him was PARTY.  A “3rd” (the Conservative Party isn’t “3rd”; there, really, are many other political parties throughout the United States) party represented a threat to Republican primacy, and he is all-in, when it comes to maintaining the alleged “Two Party System”.  (Guess who I didn’t vote for, by the way.)

The blatant and unforgivable leftism of the Republican Party cannot be ignored, as the results are all around us.  They point very quickly toward examples of how the DNC has hurt the country, but are quick to argue about how they have done just as bad, if not worse.  For over a century, the GOP has maintained the facade that it was a Conservative party.  Maybe at one time, they were, but they certainly aren’t now, and their projection certainly is nothing more than a facade. Conservatism is no facade with the Conservative Party, and that’s why I prefer they get their chance on the national political stage.

Now, let’s look at the present even that set this minor rant off.  As illustrated by the faux magazine cover above, Remember how pissed off we were when the liberal democrats passed ObamaCareless, and admitted that they weren’t even going to bother reading any version of the bill?  Yeah, well guess what.  The Republicans just did the same thing to us, all while still whining about how ObamaCare was passed.  As a real kick, they actually fought against the DNC leftists, that tried to STOP this bastard from going through, on top of everything else.

http://joemiller.us/2015/05/senate-gop-gives-obama-new-powers-passes-tpa-details-remain-classified/

“This is an important bill, likely the most important bill we will pass this year. It’s important to President Obama,” Sen. Orrin G. Hatch (R-Utah), chairman of the Senate Finance Committee and primary author of the bill, said at the close of debate.

TPA’s fast-track provisions would allow Congress, under strict timelines, to consider trade deals with a simple up-or-down vote without any amendments or requirements of a Senate super-majority to end debate. That would help Obama complete the final details of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), with the other 11 nations, a bloc that represents about 40 percent of the global economy.

So, not only are they voting to support the agenda of what is probably the worst (http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2014/jul/2/curl-obama-is-the-worst-president-ever/?page=all), most un-American president we’ve ever had, they’re fully supporting keeping the details of legislation from the public.  The Framers and Founders would be marching on Washington D.C., right now, shooting people and burning down buildings, and rightfully so.

What kind of person would think it’s right to pass laws that affect the country, and keep the People (US) from knowing any real details about those laws?  I’ll show you what kinds of people:

Tweedle Dumb and Tweedle Dumber

Tweedledum Dumb, and Tweedledumer.

Want to attack?  Don’t attack Washington DC, attack Ohio and Kentucky.  The idiots in those states are the ones that keep voting these un-American, left-wing ass-clowns back into office, and shielding them from term limitations, which means they’re also indirectly responsible for this shameful legislation coming down that has absolutely no good intended for this country.  Statler and Waldorf have done more good for this country, than they have.

Oh, yeah, let’s not forget this Mormon moron, either:

Orrin Hatch.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S_0kr_CtdmY

Thank the idiots of Utah for foisting this senile loser on the rest of the country since 1977.  That’s when STAR WARS came out.  I have friends that haven’t even been ALIVE for as long as this monkey’s ass has been in office, helping run the US into the ground.

There are many other Republicans, just like him (in fact, most are, that’s why this measure passed).

Let’s bottom line this, shall we?

Leftists always accuse Conservatives of the very things they are guilty of.  If a liberal accuses a Conservative of something, it’s because the liberal did it.  Republican liberals are no different.  They can point at the DNC, they can point at Obama, they can point at Conservatives, but it won’t change the fact that they are the guilty party – along with the Democrats – of damaging this country, and making sure America gets to Hell in style.

There are too many people out there that think the key to salvaging this country is voting Republican. Think about the nickel.  It – like the US Dollar that the Republicans haven’t done anything to protect from devaluation – doesn’t have anywhere near the buying power that it used to, when it first came about.  Voting Republican to save the country from destruction is like saving to buy a 2015 Chevy Tahoe with a bag of nickels.  It’s better for beating yourself over the head with, than buying anything substantial.  A lot of people are saying that voting for ideologies is wrong, but seem to have no problem voting on party lines.

No, it’s the other way around.

Ideologies are reflective of ideals and intent, and how else would you vote?  You vote for the person that has ideals and intents that you believe are good for the country, as a whole, and for you, ultimately.  You don’t vote for someone, simply by the ‘virtue’ of what letter they put behind their names, when they’re in the media. (R) doesn’t mean Conservative, or even patriotic, but (D) certainly does adhere to a group ideology.

Vote your conscience, not your party.

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~ by virusx on May 23, 2015.

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