By Bernie Quigley for The Free Market News Network on 7/23/07
When Chairman Mao was in his hey-day . . . that would be during the Cultural Revolution when every second student on American campus was carrying a copy of the Red Book, there was a thing they used to do called
In hindsight, you would find it hard to believe that any group of people could be so stupid as to be influenced by this kind of thing. And only a slave race; the hordes; the masses would enter into such an absurd and simple-minded flow of indoctrination.
But here we are again with the announcement that the new 24 series (is that still on?) will star a “woman President” this next season. They changed her hair a little so it doesn’t look exactly like Hillary’s. The last Mao Theater presentation of President Hillary, Commander In Chief starring Geena Davis, to condition the audience to her upcoming Presidential campaign, the Chief was almost a ringer.
Who will decide this next President? David Geffen? Stephen Spielberg? Oprah? Jack Bauer?
How about None of the Above.
Are Americans as stupid as the
The three leading Democrats today are now fighting to be the new McGovern. The Democrats will become the “anti-Vietnam War” party applied now to the war on
The flaw in this is that in its inner-most sense
But several of the Democrats, most prominently Hillary and her Cajun Cartel, still have at least one foot in that decade. They want the war to go away now like the Vietnam War just seemed to go away. Hillary will advance now because she seems so good at being “against the war” – like we somehow remember her doing it all her life, kind of.
That’s not going to happen either. These Democrats, who fully supported Bush/Cheney/Rove on this absurd and tragic misadventure have proven themselves for a second time to be incapable of management and leadership abilities. They were wrong then and they are wrong now.
As misguided as it was, the invasion of
The people now will not disavow themselves of their original faith and intentions. They are tired of the war, but it is a misreading of
The ’08 race will be a referendum of this: Will Americans renounce their first intentions and vote for Hillary? Or in spite of misguided leadership by the worst President in our history enforce in concept the original premise of the war on terror. And in that case, vote for Mitt Romney.
There is something inherently crippling about the Democrat’s way to power and it started here in New England during the war in
In ’04 I worked here in
At a house party in Concord one night at which General Clark was to appear, I was talking to one of the most well known of political organizers in New England who was nationally prominent in the campaign of George McGovern.
I was a little startled when she said with great enthusiasm in reference to General Clark’s presence in the race: “It’s just like George McGovern!”
I myself saw no trace of resemblance to McGovern or the McGovern campaign. George McGovern lost 49 states and that total failure is still a matter of pride among Democrats.
Maybe this is a political party that just can’t grow up and we will see the end of it after Jack Bauer rushes around in earnest pursuit this next season stopping terrorists out to git us again (starring Kiefer Southerland don’t cha know. Isn’t he a Canadian? And what kind of name is Kiefer anyway?)
Howard Dean is another who suffered a catastrophic loss and was considered such a party hero that the Democrats made him the head of the party.
This is something I don’t understand: Here in
So how come when a trend passes up here in northern
Today we have a truly astonishing quarterback with the eye of a falcon and
New England it no longer the
Somebody tell the Democrats.