Tuesday, October 31, 2006

Democrats Trivialize Black Voters

"I am free of all prejudice. I hate everyone equally." ~ W. C. Fields (must have been a Democrat)

The Prince George county council has overwhelmingly endorsed Republican Michael Steele for Senate in the state of Maryland. The 5 members, who are all black, have expressed concern that the Democratic Party has "trivialized" black voters.

Those of us who have read Lone Ranger's Blog, "Stop the Republicans" know the Democrats have trivialized black voters all along.

It was only a matter of time before black voters finally saw through the Democrats propaganda. Traditionally, black voters have been overwhelmingly Democrats, but more and more black voters are starting to see them for what they really are, a party full of elitist racists.

No party has done more to maintain separation of the races than the Democratic party, and now the black voters are finding that out.

I have no doubt that bloggers such as Lone Ranger and the increasing availability of access to the internet have been instrumental in exposing the misinformation propagated by the Democratic party.

Who says modern technology is a bad thing?

Oh. One more thing. The 5 County Council members who have endorsed Michael Steele?

They are all Democrats.

Saturday, October 28, 2006

Smear Campaigns

"People with courage and character always seem sinister to the rest." ~ Hermann Hesse

I'm sitting here listening to an advertisement for Jim Webb, Democratic candidate for Senator from Virginia and I am laughing. His entire point is that his opponent, Republican George Allen supports President Bush.

If he really thinks attacking the people who support the current administration will get him elected, he is sorely mistaken.

It is a weak argument by a weak candidate. I predict his strategy of "guilt by association" will backfire.

I can't speak for the majority of Virginians, but as a new resident of the Commonwealth of Virginia, his ad only reinforces my commitment to vote for George Allen.

Yes, the reason I have been absent lately is because I was in the process of moving to Fredericksburg, Virginia.

My only regret is that I won't have a chance to vote for Maryland Republican Senatorial candidate Michael Steele and stick it to the Democrats once again.

After watching the avalanche of political campaign smear campaigns this year I have come to the conclusion that even the worst Republican is better than the best Democrat.

No, I don't really believe that.

But when you have a chance to speak personally to a candidate as I did recently, they really love that line.

Thursday, October 05, 2006

Rally 'Round The Reprobate

"The zeal which begins with hypocrisy must conclude in treachery; at first it deceives, at last it betrays" ~ Sir Francis Bacon

OK. Let me make myself perfectly clear. Mark Foley is a disgusting pervert. What he did was absolutely indefensible and I won't defend him or sugar-coat his actions. (unlike the Democrats, who do nothing but defend and sugar-coat reprehensible behavior on the part of their leaders, as we shall soon see) He resigned and he should have. He should be prosecuted to the full extent of the law. He should be added to the Nationwide sexual predator list, and should have every thing he does monitored 24/7 to be absolutely sure he doesn't do it again. There is nothing that can be done to him that wouldn't be deserved in my opinion.

On top of everything else, Foley compounded the scandal by offering a variety of weak, ridiculous excuses for what is, in my opinion, utterly indefensible perversion.

He said he was an alcoholic. Then, he said he was a homosexual, no doubt to endear himself to the Democrats, who continue to insist that "homosexuality is normal". (In doing so, he forgot one very important tenet of Democratism, the position that homosexuality is normal unless the homosexual is a Republican, and then it is a perversion) Then, he said he was molested as a child by a priest. This is a blatant effort to minimize the offense.

Actually, he isn't so dumb, is he? He knows the Democrats love a good excuse for reprehensible behavior. If you can shift the blame to a more responsible person, you can be excused, even for child molesting.

It would have worked, too, if he had also jumped to the Democratic party.

None of these explanations are legitimate excuses for his behavior. No matter what kinds of trauma one may have been exposed to as a child, or even later in life, we are all accountable for our own actions, regardless of whatever malady, real or imagined, we may have gone through.

We always have a choice.

We can choose to allow negative influences to shape our moral character, or we can refuse to let them affect us and resolve to succeed in whatever endeavor we set our mind to.

That said, I also want to make perfectly clear that as far as I'm concerned no one is accountable for what he did but Mark Foley himself.

No, not even Dennis Hastert.

This is nothing but the typical Democrat tactic of trying to smear a Republican leader in order to gain votes, or at least, keep the Republicans from voting in the upcoming election.

Now that I have made it clear that I neither condone nor defend Foley's actions, I have a few other points to make.

The first is that I find it interesting that the Democrats vigorously defend the so-called rights of homosexuals unless it is a Republican homosexual, then all of a sudden they are perverts.

I have seen time and time again, whenever a Democrat is caught in some scandal, the Democrats and their accomplices in the media will rally to his defense, regardless of the infraction.

William Jefferson, Democratic Congressman from Louisiana, was caught hiding $90,000 in bribe money in his freezer. He got his hand slapped and is still in the legislature.

Rally 'round the reprobate.

Bill (BJ) Clinton was caught not only having sex with a 19 year old girl, including phone sex, (which could be argued to be even more personal than instant messages or e-mails), but then lied about the affair to a grand jury. But the Democrats all rallied to his defense, insisting that what he did in private was his own personal business, and not ours, and we should just stay out of it.

The Democrats insisted there is nothing wrong with a married President having oral sex with a woman 30+ years his junior and then lying about it in front of God and everybody, and yet, Mark Foley (and every other Republican) should be thrown out of office for his particular perversion.

A perversion, incidentally, that the Democrats continue to insist is normal and indeed, have been persistent in their efforts to get it legalized. Remember how hard they have been trying to get the legal age of consent lowered to 12?

Rally 'round the reprobate.

Democrat Jerry Stubbs, some years ago, did more than just type a few lurid e-mails to an underage page. He actually had sex with him. What did the Democrats do about it? They rallied to his defense, offered excuses, insisted that it wasn't the absolute worst thing he could have done, and then, when it became clear that they'd have to do something, they at last agreed to censure him. Then, when the whole thing blew over for him, his Democratic colleagues not only forgave him, but actually gave him a standing ovation upon his return to the chamber.

Rally 'round the reprobate.

Look, I'm not saying Mark Foley should be excused for what he did. I am saying that what's sauce for the goose should be sauce for the gander.

If Foley is wrong to do the things he did, then so are the aforementioned Democrats. If he should be kicked out of office and publicly humiliated, so should they.

One more thought:

By immediately resigning as soon as he was caught, he proved, as reprehensible a sub-human as he is, that he is still a better man than Bill Clinton. As far as integrity is concerned. Clinton didn't resign. He didn't even offer to resign. He denied, and fought, and passed the responsibility.

But then, that's to be expected.

After all, he is a Democrat, isn't he?