Although the women of the United States are confined within the narrow circle of domestic life, and their situation is, in some respects, one of extreme dependence, I have nowhere seen woman occupying a loftier position; and if I were asked... in which I have spoken of so many important things done by Americans, to what the singular prosperity and growing strength of that people ought mainly to be attributed, I should reply, To the superiority of their women.

--Alexis de Tocqueville, Democracy in America

Wednesday, December 28, 2011

Commie Conservatives

Found this excellent piece by Vox Day, articulating thoughts I've had on conservatives lately:

I find it extremely encouraging that both the Democratic and Republican establishments are training their biggest guns on Ron Paul while simultaneously attempting to play down the results of the Iowa caucuses. They never would have bothered to do so if Paul's message was not resonating with Americans across the political and ideological divides. We are learning a lot here as a result of the various reactions to the Paul campaign, whether it is the willingness of Republicans to play the race card about which they so often complain, the remarkable extent to which Newt Gingrich is big government moderate rather than the conservative flamethrower he feigned to be in 1994, and the way in which many Republicans who pretend to revere the Constitution do not, in fact, harbor any real respect for it at all.

In short, Ron Paul has successfully opened the eyes of millions of Americans to the corruption and anti-conservate, anti-constitutional ideology of the Republican Party. This is the first step in helping them understand that the Republicans and Democrats are merely two barely distinguishable factions in the one party that has ruled America for over a century.
It is also interesting to note the Communist-style ideological lockstep demanded by Republicans. In the same way that some readers here cannot understand that I permit commenters here to post comments they find offensive without that permission indicating my position on the matter - even though they know I disgree with, but permit, their own comments - the demands that Paul denounce any of his supporters reveals a fundamentally totalitarian mindset of the sort that has pervaded the conservative media since William F. Buckley was seduced by the Wilsonian neocons.

The last point is very interesting to me, as I find that there are liberals in the conservative ranks. They're all over the place and as the rubber hits the road, we find that they are not loyal to the Constitution whatsoever. They make excuses for why nothing is done Constitutionally anymore and their main weapon is fear. You see we Americans are a bunch of wobbly-kneed scardy cats who need our "strong dear leader" to authorize wars for us. Our representatives could never be expected to act quickly enough. After all, our multi-trillion dollar defense system was working so well when we needed it on 9/11. oh wait. So lets give them more money and authority, and never mind the slew of white papers these Rs and Ds have on the dangers of overpopulation and how to depopulate the planet quicker. Don't worry about that! The conservatives that tell us what to think never worry their sweet heads about any of that stuff. In fact, they'd rather you think that it just doesn't even exist.

There is only one political party in the United States today and that is the one world order communist globalist government.  Then there is the rest of us who don't spend our whole lives wondering how to control every single human being on earth, we just want to live and let live.  I got interested in politics when I heard that Bill Clinton was giving the Chinese Communist missile technology, but little did I realize that the "conservatives" that I had supported were fixing to sell us out to the Chinese lock, stock, and barrel. They were all about globalization and the fact that the communists would forcibly abort babies was of no matter. So here we are, surrounded by traitors on every side.


  1. We have been finding out that there is a big difference in "Republican" and "Conservative", they are not the same unfortunately. I'm worried that there are too many who will simply not vote this time because we are forced with another non-Conservative (Mitt, Newt). I'm hoping that Santorum moves up.

    Right Truth

  2. I thought that too, Debbie. But as I'm learning as I unpeel another layer of the onion, a group of CINOS, who when push comes to shove can't understand why Congress needs to declare war to be in line with the Constitution.


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