Monday, September 8, 2008

Facism Rears Its Ugly Head

It doesn't take a moron to see that the left-wing in this country isn't really about freedom of speech, woman's rights, equal opportunity -- unless you are totally ignoring everything going on around you. Take a conservative woman with five kids, not from New York, or Boston, or San Fransicso, but from a small town, and she's just not good enough.

We've been hearing this for years, yet we've not really internalized what the left thinks it means to be conservative from a small town.

But it's been this way for a hundred years. Modern liberalism, which has nothing to do with classic liberalism (as Thomas Jefferson stood for), is really a nice name for facism.

Yes, you read that right. I used the term facism, in its purist sense, and do not mean to relate it negatively to the evils of Nazism, etc. But facism is an ideology in which all people think the same, put the state ahead of the invividual in the sense that the state becomes the new religion. If having government control -- and provide -- everything you need from birth to death, then if that isn't facism, I don't know what is. It's a nationalistic socialism. Individualism is out, statism is in. This is modern liberalism.

With the nomination of Gov. Sara Palin to the Repuplican ticket for Vice President, we've seen how the media, the left, and hollywood view us middle class, middle Americans from small towns. We're just not good enough.

But regardless, Sara has the left scrambling fast. They are angry. If you don't think so, go to DailyKos, Huffington Post or TruthDig and read some of the opeds and reader comments.

I say bullshit to all this. We can out-vote them. We've done it before, and I say we need to do it again. My point is that regardless of how you feel about McCain-Palin, it's better than having a Muslim socialist in the White House.

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