The Lost Party
I am starting to believe that the Republican Party is incapable of contradicting the extremism of the New Democratic Party.
Watching Republicans politely applaud the nationalist, socialist agenda of Barak Obama in his speech before congress and listening to Mr. Jindal, governor of the state of Louisiana, who seems to wish to become best of friends with our Beloved Leader, has convinced me that the Republican party is useless. Notwithstanding their refusal to vote for the most expensive spending bill in human history (with the exception of the three traitors to conservatism in the Senate), I find myself wondering if I can remain in a party so willing to sacrifice principle for money and power.
At least the Democrats now are openly acting out their delusional ideals. Despite transparent lies, they are fulfilling their dream of becoming big brother socialists. Their agenda has no checks or balances; an American populace desperately unwilling to give up any of the niceties to which they are accustomed have put into office a party committed to the surreal vision of Alice in Wonderland. We will wake up too late to realize that we are in a drug-induced dream. The coma we have produced may be permanent.
Is it time to abandon the party of Lincoln? Is it time for the Republican Party to go into the dust bin of history? Does anyone in the party have the courage to contradict public opinion? Does anyone have the character to violate the false wisdom of this age? Their recent history, in which they abandoned the principle of fiscal responsibility in exchange for the bailout of their banker friends, lends them no credibility in this climate of distrust.