Saturday, February 6, 2010

Things Going On I Don't Like

So-called Conservatives making arguments for open "gayness" in the military. Let me state for the record, there is no "Conservative" view of open gayness or gay marriage. What this is actually, is rhetoric from social liberals that happen to hold some fiscal conservative positions. This is the kind of garbage spread by the likes of Cindy McCain (and her skank daughter), Margret Hoover, Lynn Chaney, and other so-called liberal Republicans. There is no "conservative" position on open homosexuality in the military (or so-called "gay" marriage), only liberal ones. At least be honest. Social conservatives believe marriage should be between a man and women, and open homosexuality in the military is counter productive to good order and discipline. There is no Constitutional right to serve in the military. That’s what Conservatives believe, so let there be no confusion.

I am also very concerned about Sarah Palin’s support of John McCain in his bid for re-election in Arizona. If John were a more honorable politician, he would retire. However, I disagree with those who say Sarah owes John something. John McCain put Sarah on the ticket for his own benefit, not too help Palin. He knew he needed to energize the enervated conservative GOP base, and that’s exactly what Sarah Palin did. Palin ought to have great resentment towards McCain campaign strategists (i.e. Steve Schmidt) who rolled Sarah out into an L shaped ambush designed by Democrat cheerleaders Katie Couric and Charlie Gibson. Holy batshit Batman, that was the dumbest thing I think I’ve ever witnessed. McCain did his part as well, by delivering two terrible debate performances …not to mention his stubborn refusal to attack Obama where he was most vulnerable. Who can also forget his campaign suspension (with great fanfare) to only go back to Washington to vote for TARP…both supported by the unpopular Bush and his political opponent, Barack Hussein Obama. Without the fire of Sarah Palin, the McCain campaign would have replicated the previous Bush I and Bob Dole campaigns…both two big yawns. Sarah should say goodbye to John, and leave him on his own to defend his Maverick rejection of conservative principles over the years.

I hate to keep picking on Sarah, but she should also reconsider going to Texas and campaigning for Rick Perry. Perry is much like McCain, in that he is a conservative when he campaigns, but governs like a liberal or a Rockefeller Republican. Perry is hell bent on building a network of toll roads through Texas, and turning management over to foreign companies. These toll roads would require eminent domain confiscation of private property, and has been a hotbed of controversy in Texas. Perry efforts were squashed by the legislature, but he remains determined. Perry additionally tried to force Texas school girls to take the Guardisil injections as a requirement to enter public schools. Parents in Texas rightly saw this as Government intrusion on their parental rights, and the measure was rejected by the legislature. Perry again was unapologetic. Sarah Palin should back off her commitment to campaign for Perry, and throw her support behind Debra Medina. Medina, a nurse, a small business owner, is gaining a great deal of support inside the Texas Tea Party movement. Medina is not a professional politician, is more conservative than Perry, and is much more compatible with Palin’s views on government.

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