According to Attorney General, Eric Holder, we are a nation of cowards. Yup. You, me, everyone. When it comes to race – we are cowards. Holder says…..
“Though this nation has proudly thought of itself as an ethnic melting pot, in things racial we have always been and continue to be, in too many ways, essentially a nation of cowards. Though race related issues continue to occupy a significant portion of our political discussion, and though there remain many unresolved racial issues in this nation, we, average Americans, simply do not talk enough with each other about race.”
I guess we can expect more of this type of garbage from the Obama administration. But I don’t understand why. Remember – the Messiah was supposed to heal all rifts, rescue the nation and lead us into the age of Aquarius. Now it just seems that this bumbling administration has no idea where it is going or what to do. Add to that the divisiveness being preached from the perches of the White House. Obama might as well have appointed Rev. Jeremiah Wright to the AG position.
Michelle Obama thinks this is a “mean” nation – a nation which she was never proud of until her husband became the apparent Democrat nominee. Mr. Michelle Obama, believes that we are a nation plagued by those bitter people clinging to guns and religion. There is no hope or unification coming from this administration. Just bitterness. A bunch of people with chips on their shoulders. But guess what folks? These angry idiots are in charge now.
The thing that annoys me most about Holder’s comments is not just the subject matter. Remember former Texas Senator, Phil Gramm? He was torn apart by the MSM, thrown under the bus by Johnny Mac and eventually resigned as a McCain advisor. His sin? He said we were becoming a nation of whiners. So, it’s worse to be a whiner than a coward? I’ll never understand these things.
To be honest, one of the reasons that I don’t blog as much as I used to is because I am becoming more disenchated day-by-day. There is so much hypocrisy in the mainstream media. There is so much venom leveled against conservatives and Republicans in general. I’ll admit to you – right now I feel a sense of political hopelessness that I have never felt before. I know that things are not totally hopeless, but the events of the last few years sure can take the wind out of your sails as a conservative.
I often wonder what the point is of all of this. Everyday we continue to move closer to European socialism and lose more and more of our liberties. We’re spending ourselves into oblivion. We have lost our regard for the value of life. We have forgotten the lessons of 9/11 and want to negotiate with the Islamist thugs who want to kill us all. It saddens me to see this all around me.
Presidents Reagan and Bush Sr. oversaw the demise of communism as a form of government and socialism as an economic system. Yet, we have now seen a resurgence of socialism in the West. And while the US held strong against the socialist tendencies that nearly bankrupted Western Europe, we seem to have bought into this crazy experiment hook, line and sinker. Even President Clinton was forced into accepting major welfare reform by the GOP. That reform undid a great deal of the damage dating back to the overrated administrations of FDR and LBJ. In the late 90s things looked great. But look at where we are now.
We have reverted back to the failed policies of yesterday. See if you can balance democracy and socialism. See if democracy can survive absent capitalism. It won’t happen. But Obama and his minions will destroy this nation trying to prove that such a system can work. And if it doesn’t, you can be sure that democracy will be compromised in order to accomodate socialism.
Sorry for the rant. I don’t mean to sound cynical. I’m just tired. Tired of it all. I’m trying to fight, but it seems that all I can do these days is rant and call it as I see it. I take heart in the fact that there are so many conservative folks blogging and opining online. Conservative talk radio is strong and popular (for the moment anyway). I sense some grassroots, but I don’t see it translating into much these days.
The most disconcerting thing of all is that Republicans allowed this to happen. That really hurts me and you in so many ways. Most of us are conservatives first and Republicans second. Yeah, yeah. But the GOP is our vehicle in government. The revolution of 1994 is a distant memory. The corruption and loss of direction that we saw from the GOP after 1994 led us to where we are now. I don’t know when or if the next Reagan or Gingrich will surface and lead us out of the wilderness. I used to believe that all things were cyclical in politics. But I’m not sure anymore. Maybe we have moved irreversibly in a direction that will lead us down the path of destruction.
And perhaps Mr. Holder was correct. And Mr. Gramm too. Maybe we are a nation of cowards and whiners. Egged on by the fear that was instilled in the American people by liberals and Democrats, we have apparently sold our souls to the Devil. And now we will see the true hell that awaits unless we wake up and change things – fast.