Wednesday, August 10, 2011
According to a recent poll, most Americans want the Senate bi-partisan debt reduction committee to focus on economic solutions rather than maintaining hard line ideological bickering.
What does this mean, exactly?
For one thing, it suggests that the socialist brainwashing of the American people has been a very successful project. Who decides what’s best for the country? If you happen to support communist ideology, then the answer is one or all of the following: Barack Obama, Nancy Pelosi, Hairy Reid, Barney Frank, or Chris Dodd —but what about the rest of us?
There are no simplistic solutions to complex issues, but brain-dead Americans prefer the simple, expedient, and self-gratifying. It is the perfect solution for their responsibility-avoidance system: spend, spend, spend —my grandchildren can pay for it. They much prefer political fairy tales that begin with “My fellow Americans,” and end with “… and everyone lived happily ever after.”
It also means that brain-dead Americans will once more expect conservatives to move a few more paces to the left —you know, for the good of the Nation. The problem is that conservatives have been moving left for far too long; the lines between capitalism and communism have become blurred —and this is why we are facing the devastating problems we see today.
Meanwhile, leftist media continues to shill for the communists by making sure public opinion stands in opposition to conservative principles —hawking, as they do, that the GOP are terrorists, or the Tea Party represents extremism, racism, etc.. Not once will these noddy Americans ask themselves, “What is so wrong with a balanced budget amendment? What’s so wrong with less government?”
Why does no one expect the damn communists to give up their Marxist-Leninist principles? In this war of ideas, conservatives must initiate a more robust public relations campaign to inform and educate the pathetically under-educated population about our time-honored values. If we intend to win this war of ideas, then conservatives must demonstrate that conservative principles remain relevant. If properly informed, most Americans will find they do agree with the principles that make America exceptional......................