AMERICA IN THE HANDS OF ANGRY DEMOCRATS
By Christopher G. Adamo
Unfortunately this phenomenon, so crucially important to Republican victory, is apparently beyond the understanding of GOP “moderates,” who believe that victory results from an indefinable strategy of fence sitting. As the 2006 elections loom, it is incumbent upon the Republicans to recognize these realities, especially in light of the shameless efforts by Democratic Party leaders to present a facade of being in the political Center.
Making matters worse, Republicans in Congress, and occasionally even the Bush administration, have egregiously fumbled the Conservative agenda. Thus, they no longer present a clear, Conservative front on such issues as spending or the growth of entitlements.
On matters of national sovereignty, such as America’s hemorrhaging southern border and the resulting invasion of illegal aliens, the Republican perspective is ambiguous at best. And in the historically “red state” heartland, agricultural producers are frustrated to the breaking point by federal policy that makes the northern border equally porous to an influx of four-footed foreign invaders.
Yet, even in the wake of so many Republican foibles, it is valuable to consider just how much America stands to lose if Democrats once again dominate the federal government. A cursory overview of their recent antics yields convincing evidence.
To begin with, the “censure” ploy of Wisconsin Democrat Russ Feingold, were he to enjoy support for such a move in a Senate controlled by Democrats, could only further embolden the Islamist enemies of America, who hold fast to hopes of triumphing in the terror war by simply outlasting America’s will to fight.
Who can doubt that Feingold’s real motive is to lay the groundwork for eventual impeachment of President Bush, based not on his foreign policy or the overblown NSA controversy, but instead on a juvenile Democratic obsession of getting even with Republicans for the impeachment of Bill Clinton?
Nancy Pelosi, Democratic Party floor leader in the U.S. House of Representatives and no less venomous in her partisanship than Feingold, nonetheless wishes Feingold would remain quiet about such things until after the 2006 November elections. But to the Islamists, the message is unmistakable. A president who effectively confronts terrorism risks public humiliation, and even possible removal from office for doing so.
Back on the home front, members of the Armed Forces, who have served so courageously and sacrificially since 9-11, are getting a foretaste of what they can expect under Democratic Party rule. In a rerun of the Clinton years, some among their ranks are being used as public relations “props,” in yet another ruse to blur party distinctions.
According to a memo from U.S. Senate Democratic Party floor leader Harry Reid of Nevada, aspiring Democratic candidates should make military personnel and hardware prominent in their rallies during the campaign season, in order to convince America that its interests will be equally protected under the headship of a Democratic controlled Congress.
Meanwhile, Democrats on Capitol Hill and in the media are doing their best to exaggerate any negative news coming out of Iraq. Talk of an imaginary Iraqi “civil war” has been incessant.
So what is really represented by a party that claims to support the military, while simultaneously working to drive it to defeat by portraying its enemies as invincible? In short, Liberals running the Democratic Party hold no regard for the military, or the country it was instituted to protect, and are willing to play any game necessary to reacquire and enhance their political power.
If, driven by their addiction to power and ensuing rage against any who would encroach on it, they will play these games with murderous terrorists, what havoc might they be expected to wreak on domestic policy, the U.S. Constitution, and the rule of law?
A heavy-handed dose of Liberal Leftist government, along with a renewed vigor among activist Liberal judges, is inevitable. And it is certain that Liberals secretly salivate at the prospect of repealing President Bush’s tax cuts, if for no other reason than to destroy his legacy.
Democrats have made it abundantly obvious that they are presently no more concerned with America’s safety and security, or the advancement of sound fiscal policy, than they were during the 1990s. Rather, they seek vengeance, retribution, and, at any cost to the country, political advantage.
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Christopher G. Adamo is a freelance writer who lives in southeastern Wyoming and works in the field of industrial instrumentation.
He is actively involved in Wyoming's political process, serving as a delegate to successive Wyoming State Republican Conventions
and as a member of the Wyoming State Republican Central Committee. He has assisted Republican candidates for local and state
legislatures and for the United States Congress. His articles, which appear regularly in The Progressive Conservative, U.S.A.,
and on a number of other websites, reflect a major concern with the damage being done to Conservatism and Conservative causes by
the Liberal Leftist faction in the Republican Party as well as by the much larger and more powerful Liberal Leftist faction in the
Democratic Party. During the early and middle 1990s, Adamo was Editor of the Wyoming Christian Coalition's official news organ,
The Wyoming Christian.
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