Saturday, April 14, 2007

i call it "the outlaw josey wales philosophy" GOP vs. Pelosi's Daffiness

This is a great column by Brent Bozell III about the totally spineless non-response from Congressional Republicans to Nancy Pelosi's trip to the Middle East. Read the following, from the column:

President Bush, Vice President Cheney and White House spokesman Dan Bartlett were quoted decrying Pelosi's diplomatic freelancing. Conservative talk radio was livid. But where, oh where, were the congressional Republicans?
More to the point, where is the GOP leadership? I haven't seen the polling data, but it would surprise me if one in 10 Americans could even name them, so absent are they from the scene. John Boehner and Roy Blunt lead the House; Mitch McConnell and Trent Lott lead the Senate. Other than an occasional spot on the Sunday talk shows, they might as well adorn milk cartons with most Americans.
Did the Republican leaders protest Pelosi's freelancing? There was no sign of it on ABC, CBS or NBC, or even in The Washington Post or The New York Times. OK, but perhaps that's because the networks are ignoring their blizzard of press releases, once more proving the bias of the press?

But in this case, no. A search for criticism of Pelosi's jaunt on the Websites of Boehner and Blunt turned up nothing. Ditto with the sites of McConnell and Lott. Even the conservative House Republican Study Committee's site carried nothing.....Brian Kennedy, John Boehner's press secretary, suggested that it's still early in the electoral cycle. "When he handed the gavel to Speaker Pelosi in January, Mr. Boehner stated his belief that Republicans could disagree without being disagreeable. And I don't think he felt the need to make repeated public remarks to state the obvious here, which is that Pelosi's trip was embarrassing and potentially dangerous." In other words, he passed the buck.

I am well aware of the fact that there are many conservatives, especially Christian conservatives, who consider it "impolite" to be "disagreeable" with liberals who disagree with us. There seems to be an attitude among many that it is somehow "un-Christian" to be too loud when voicing our opinions, and that it is certainly "un-Christian" to aggressively point out the obvious lies and distortions inherent in the liberal philosophy. That particular criticism is frequently fired in my direction, from both liberals and conservatives, who believe that I am too strident, too aggressive, and too antagonistic, in my approach to pointing out the flaws of liberalism.

I disagree.

I believe that it is way past time for Christian conservatives to be disagreeable. In fact, I believe that the time for being "disagreeable" has passed us by, and that it is now time to be aggressively antagonistic. To do otherwise would be tantamount to surrendering to the liberal jihad currently being waged against America, and I am not about to surrender.

When the liberaliars who currently run the Democrat Party spew forth with their ignorant, racist, hateful, socialist, atheistic rhetoric, we as Christian conservatives have a duty and an obligation to stand up and loudly voice our opposition. Truth be told, there are many more self-described conservatives in America than there are liberals, and a good portion of the self-described liberals don't support the radical lunatics who are driving the national Democrat bus. The Connecticut senatorial election last year is absolute proof of that. My point is that, if we Christian conservatives loudly and aggressively denounce the lunatic fringe on the left, and we do it with facts, logic and reason, then the vast majority of America will support us and the radical leftist jihad will be defeated. Just look at the 1984 Presidential election results to see proof of that statement (Ronald Reagan--59% of the popular votes and 525 electoral votes; Walter Mondale--41% and 13).

I have no intentions of changing. I am way past being disagreeable, all the way to being aggressively antagonistic in dealing with the liberaliars who seek to destroy this constitutional republic that was built according to the blueprints of our Fathers. Our Founding Fathers followed a blueprint that called for a government created by the people, and deriving their powers from the people, that would safeguard our unalienable, God-given human rights. They also followed the blueprint given to us by our Heavenly Father, called the Holy Bible. The liberaliars of the modern Democrat Party wish to deny the truth of American history and to create their own false history in order to create a completely atheistic, socialist America. I have made a personal decision to fight the liberal jihad tooth and nail in any way that I can. I call this "The Outlaw Josey Wales Philosophy." In the words of that great character from the 1976 Clint Eastwood movie,

Now remember, when things look bad and it looks like you're not gonna make it, then you gotta get mean. I mean plumb, mad-dog mean. 'Cause if you lose your head and you give up then you neither live nor win. That's just the way it is.


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