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Who Should Be the Republican Nominee?
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Memo to Republicans: No More Nixons, No More Doles, No More Bushes, No More McCains, No More Romneys!!
Submitted by Lindsay Perigo on Wed, 2012-11-07 08:43
I wonder which part of the following sentiment has eluded your attention or comprehension: "Liberty-lovers, in and outside the party founded against slavery, are beyond-exasperated with your putting up presidential candidates who appease and endorse slavery"?
Barack Obama is at least honest in his commitment to slavery. He says, "We're all in this together," and, "We are our brothers' keepers." By that he means the natural state of human beings is to be in involuntary servitude to each other. He means, in the words of Karl Marx: "From each according to his ability to each according to his need." At gun-point. Obamarx doesn't hide this belief; he states it openly. Wealth created by some should be "spread around" to others who did not create it. If you own a business, "you didn't build that"—and you owe to those who did (sundry government parasites). He explicitly committed himself to a "fundamental transformation of America"—and proceeded unashamedly to effect it: from a semi-free, semi-capitalist nation to an unfree, socialist one.
This creature, having wrought havoc for four years, has just been re-elected by filth unfit to live, let alone vote, to continue wreaking havoc for another four years, thanks in part to yet another Republican campaign that refused to attack him and his ilk for their evil. Ad-wankers ruled.
Obamarx libeled Mitt Romney as a murderer, a felon, a sociopath who didn't hug his garbage-collector. The respectable beltway Republican response, via the self-same maligned Romney, and the self-same ad-wankers, was to insist that Obama is a "nice guy."
Obamarx accused Romney of being rich and sucking up to the rich. This, in the land to which millions of poor repaired in the hope of becoming rich by their own effort. Romney's response was to insist that he wouldn't be lowering the proportion of the tax burden, already disproportionately high, currently shouldered by the rich.
Romney, in an unguarded moment, correctly identified nearly half the population of modern-day America as dependents with an entitlement mentality, for whom "freedom" means "free stuff," paid for by others. When challenged by cheerleaders for these dregs, Romney buckled, and dribbled mush about being President for 100%.
Obamullah directed operatives charged with protecting Americans from Islamosavages in Libya to "stand down," leading to the deaths of several Americans, including an ambassador, and the trashing of an American consulate. He then lied to the American people, claiming he had issued a directive to the operatives to take all measures necessary to protect Americans. He lied about the motivation of the Islamosavages, saying it was umbrage against an anti-Islamofilth video, when in fact it was a premeditated Islamo-terrorist attack designed to commemorate 9/11. Milksop Mitt's response was to avoid the issue altogether: a betrayal and desertion that stinks in the nostrils of every decent human being on the face of this earth.
Obama is "The Anti-American President." When the Romney campaign's John Sununu correctly observed that the President needed to learn what it means to be an American, he was forced by Romney to retract and apologize.
Ayn Rand is the antithesis of such evil irrationality. When VP nominee Paul Ryan's earlier enthusiasm for Rand was raised by the shills for socialism in the mainstream media, Romney made him disavow it.
Republicans, liberty-lovers are tired of your respectable wimps. We are tired of your pandering to filth. We are tired of your sickening platitudes about self-subordination to a "higher cause," your rhetorical echoes of Obama, Mussolini, Hitler and Stalin. We want a Howard Roark, who will unabashedly stand up for every individual's right to live for his own sake, by his own lights. (Somewhere this was described as the inalienable right of every human being to "life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness." I wonder, Republicans, if you know where?)
That's probably too much to ask from the party of Nixon, Dole, Bush, McCain and Romney. But you are supposed to stand for freedom against slavery. If, Republicans, your ignominious defeat at the hands of Obamarx today doesn't tell you to stand up fearlessly and aggressively for what you claim to represent, then there is no hope.
My hunch is that it doesn't and there isn't.
And that spells the end of America.
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