Evil Republicans Explained

Bill Whittle explains it all.  Certain essential principles have always been maintained by the Republican party:

1.  That the basis of all American government derives from the principles enunciated in the Declaration of Independence.

2.  That discrimination on the basis of race by government is anathema to a free society.

3.  That the judiciary has often recklessly usurped powers that are bestowed in the Constitution in Congress or the Executive.

4.  That hostility to private enterprise is a self-defeating policy of government.

5.  That the primary duty of the Federal government is to safeguard the American people from external or internal threats.

6.   That no group in society is entitled to special privileges from government.

7.   That all Americans are entitled to receive the benefits of the rule of law without fear or favor.

8.   That attempts to divide the American people by appeals to racial prejudice are incompatible with a free society.

9.   That the politics of class hatred or class envy is a disastrous policy for a political party to follow.

10.  That freedom is the birthright of all Americans.

Keep this in mind next year when much of the lamestream media does its best, in order to ensure that Obama stays in power, to confuse the Republican party with the adversary it has fought throughout its history.

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Donald R. McClarey

Cradle Catholic. Active in the pro-life movement since 1973. Father of three and happily married for 35 years. Small town lawyer and amateur historian. Former president of the board of directors of the local crisis pregnancy center for a decade.


  1. I just threw up in my mouth a little bit. The Republicans gave up on 1, 4, 5, 6, 7, and 10 at least 20 years ago.

    Now we’re having Romney forced down our throats. If he wins, it will be “Meet the new boss; same as the old boss.” If he loses, then the GOP apologists will blame people like me who voted third party for helping to elect Obama. But I’m not casting my vote next year against Obama. I’m casting it against statism. And the notion that the architect of RomneyCare will repeal Obamacare and restore freedom as the birthright of all Americans is pure fantasy.

  2. Ya know, I used’ta travel through Brooklyn LIRR Sta. to get home from Wall Street. Onst, we had a hippie-type, long hair with a petition. Being in a charitable (Hey, we won!) mood, I engaged the nitwit in conversation. It was after the GOP had won the WH b/c Nader had split the commie vote. Even that dimwit had it singed in his pea-brain that you never allow the enemy to win b/c you don’t think the nominee is or is not @-enough.

    We need to soldier on. Once Romney is in and we have GOP majorities in both houses of Congress, we will take back our birthrights.

    BECAUSE if Obama wins, it is the end of America as we know it.

    It’s okay, Steve. It’s PK as long as you don’t vote for Obama again.

    Oh, and about Newt’s $$$ from FNMA. I have a list of all the gangsters who received $$$$ in FNMA pol graft, er, PAC that includes Obama, and a number of others you would not expect.

  3. “I just threw up in my mouth a little bit. The Republicans gave up on 1, 4, 5, 6, 7, and 10 at least 20 years ago.”

    Melodramatic Steve, and completely untrue.

    “then the GOP apologists will blame people like me who voted third party for helping to elect Obama”.

    Nah, Steve, the vast likihood is that no third party candidate this round will amount to a Hill of beans in vote total. You will simply have cast your vote out of pique that better is not perfect, something that does not occur in politics. However, that is your right, and I have little love for the Weather-vane in any case if he is the Republican nominee. However, I do think he is far preferable to Obama and I will vote according to that belief.

  4. 2. Is private racial discrimination okay?

    3. The judiciary usurping the power of Congress was the argument FDR used to end the Lochner era.

    6. No preferential option for the poor?

    8. Like the Southern Strategy?

    9. I agree that class warfare is undesirable, usually ineffective, and often disastrous but not necessary wrong.

  5. 2. No, certainly in regard to race, which is why the Republican party endorsed civil rights acts calling for a banning of discrimation in commerce for decades prior to the about face of the Democrats on the issue.

    3. Even FDR couldn’t be wrong all the time RR.

    6. Certainly not when it comes to special privileges being bestowed by government.

    8. A myth: http://www.nytimes.com/2006/12/10/magazine/10Section2b.t-4.html

    9. Fostering class hatred RR is every bit as despicable as fostering hatred on the basis of race or religion.

  6. Restrained Radicalism

    Discrimination (the “effects test”, quotas, affirmative action, set-asides) against white males is public and private policy.

    They can’t enact it as law. They appoint a judge/judges who order it, e.g., abortion.

    Obama must greatly prefer poor people. He’s creating millions of new ones.

    You get no charity points for confiscating someone else’s money to buy poor (many with HBO on only two color TV’s) peoples’ votes.

  7. “It is easier for a camel to pass to pass through the eye of a needle than for a…”

    Christ never breathed a word RR that suggested that the poor should envy the rich or hate them. He enjoined on the rich a duty to help the poor. He enjoined on us all the necessity of not letting a desire for material goods stand in the way of loving God and loving our neighbor.

  8. We need the rich. They attract great American entrepreneurs to the same business area who create competition, which transmits more value to consumers. Have you ever heard of Adam Smith?

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