Wednesday, October 03, 2007
I have been silent since Saturday on purpose.
My last post was intended to give liberal commentators the opportunity to defend or substantively deny a number of allegations I often make about their beliefs. Specifically, I asserted that liberals:
- Encourage race-baiting, giving their full support to racist statements and diatribes that come from the likes of Jesse Jackson, Louis Farrakhan, and Robert Byrd.
- Champion the "rights" of millions of illegal aliens who refuse to obey our laws, organize violent gangs in our country, and have openly asserted that America is part of THEIR country that they are going to take back.
- Openly believe that the purpose of government is to provide the opportunity for a livelihood and way of life for the citizens.
- Are so completely taken over with Bush Derangement Syndrome that they can't help but blame this President for everything that they see as wrong, including high gas prices.
- Openly try to accuse the president of starting a war for personal gain (implying that any gains should be redistributed to the people).
- Openly advocate nationalizing everything from health care to the price of milk.
- Openly advocate high taxes so that they can decide who to give the money to.
- Expect the rest of us to assume that everything can and should be done by the federal government.
- Treat wealthy people and their money with disdain.
- Expect the federal government to run all of the schools.
- Justify the imposition of their socialist agenda by invoking children.
- Constantly bemoan anyone's practice of religious freedom.
- Want a centralized government to run all of the above.
Not a single liberal, including the loudmouth who's been hanging around here lately, has challenged a single one of these assertions. Why? Most likely because they know two things: (1) That I am right in asserting that these are their beliefs, and (2) That these beliefs are indefensible. Otherwise, they'd be commenting in droves about how I was either wrong or that these beliefs were the right and proper course for America.
So, instead of defending their positions or demonstrating where I have erred, they either stand silent or call me a Nazi.