Join Date: 03/04/2012
Republicans Serve No Useful Purpose In Our Modern Day Society.
The Republican Party / Tea Pary has finally reached its ultimate level of total stupidity and become an extension of the old John Birch Society. The Republican Party has been taken over by the Tea party which is a creation of the John Birch Society.
The John Birch Society in 2010 co-sponsored for the first time the CPAC conference which makes you wonder where all this extremism is being generated from and dumped on the American media. Charles and David Koch’s father was a proud member and sponsor of the John Birch Klan. You have to wonder why these neo-cons and conservative leaders are in lockstep with a party so radical you can compare them to the Nazi party. We the people will not be at the mercy of this 1960’s idiotic and paranoid group of losers.
Chris Matthews said in one of his shows closing statements:
"Let Me Finish" tonight with this unbelievable presidential campaign that’s about to begin. Watching President Obama today explaining and defending his budget, both the substance and the politics, I was struck by the question: could any of the possible Republican candidates out there do this? Does any one of them have the precision of mind, the command of recall, the orderly process of thinking and evaluating, the reasonable moral compass?
You can play this game, too. Think it through. Throw those names and faces onto your mental viewing screen and think deep. Romney, Huckabee, Palin, Bachmann, Barbour, Santorum, Gingrich -- is there one of them we think could do what Obama can do?
I’ve been in close quarters with the president twice. The first time I came to the conclusion that this guy ought to be president of the United States. There’s a peace to his presentation, a calm understanding of the information, of his values, of the world.
A look at the Republican field, with all its negatives, I look at Nate Silver’s numbers and see the problem that the party has in finding someone to field against the president -- someone who can stand up on the same platform, talk the issues with this competence and wonder -- then it come to me, that they may not be in the business of looking for something with the match to Obama, simply someone to attack him. I’m talking about a protest candidate -- someone who is -- who yells at the government, mocks the country’s condition, is clever, sarcastic, and when it works best, cute in their cutting.
A look at the joke-telling at last week’s Conservative Political Action Convention, a look at the new poll showing a majority of Republican voters don’t believe the president was born here, even though it was announced in the newspapers at the time. I look at the strange wackiness that echoes through the one stable party of Lincoln and Teddy Roosevelt, and Ike, and wonder if they accept any of those guys today? Do you think they’d take a guy who wanted to take away states` rights? Who wants to fight for conservation of our wilderness lands, who wants to build an interstate highway system or create a federal system of loans and grants for higher education?
Forget about it, they’d never pick those guys. No, The Republicans aren’t that party anymore. They’re becoming more and more the party that doesn’t believe in science, whether it’s evolution or climate change; doesn’t believe in government; doesn’t believe the president is an American.
It’s veering off to being the party of the John Birch Society, adhering to the while preachments of that society’s latter day apostle, Glenn Beck. That’s right -- the John Birch Society that said Ike was a communist; the apostle who now believes that President Obama is an avatar of a burgeoning world-dominating caliphate.
FACTS ARE FACTS so live with your denial.