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ANALYSIS OF A LIBERAL RANT

I was the only conservative participant on a liberal thread that lasted for approximately three days. And yes, I was piled upon. But what else is new? One of entries read as follows:

“This whole thread is one of the best examples I could show of the stubborn, stick-your-head-in-the-sand, I’m going to stick to my rhetoric even though it hurts me mindset of the average conservative. They will blindly follow a leader who will pass legislation that is against their economic and social interests—and praise him for doing so. They will apply a double-standard and call it even-handed. They will listen to complete idiots, regurgitate what they hear, and refuse to think for themselves. They will tie themselves in knots trying to make things sound like equivalencies when there are, in fact, no parallels. And then they will call it God’s will.”

Typical liberal rant? I’d say so.

Of course, this person was referring to me. I was called stubborn and accused of sticking my head in the sand. In other words, I have my belief system and convictions in place. Because, I’m a bit mystified by the next phrase, “I’m going to stick to my rhetoric even though it hurts me mindset,” I’m going to skip over it and assume it has something to do with my stubbornness and sticking my head in the sand.

The author of this liberal rant further says that conservatives will blindly follow a leader who will pass legislation that it against their economic and social interests and then praise them for doing so. If I recall, candidate Donald Trump was a joke to many Republicans upon announcing his run for the presidency. In fact, he was to me. He wasn’t my first choice as the Republican nominee.

Upon his winning of the nomination, I supported him. No way was I going to support Hillary Clinton. As I’ve written many times, I had concerns about Donald Trump because Trump was a businessman who had never worked in the public sector. The public and private sectors are two “different animals.” I wasn’t sure that businessman, Donald Trump, who always got what he wanted within the confines of his business, would adapt to the public sector where getting things done takes time and opposition is forever present. While most Republicans by election day had boarded the “Trump train,” there were holdouts. In summary, some people supported Donald Trump from the day he announced his run. As candidate Trump campaigned, more and more Republicans cast their fates with Donald Trump. The author of the subject liberal rant said conservatives blindly follow. Doesn’t sound like blind following to me. In fact, Republicans often disagree on issues. It’s the Democrats who blindly follow their leaders, especially Barack Hussein Obama, like sheep being led to the slaughter house. I labeled Obama supporters, “Obama zombies” because of their blind loyalty in supporting everything he did and their attitude that Barack Obama could do no wrong.

This commenter didn’t stop there, he/she extended the “blindly follow a leader” sentence to insinuate that even though legislation passed by the leader they follow blindly is not in their best interests, they follow that leader anyway. A common characteristic of most liberals is that think they know what’s better for you than you do. Excuse me, but I don’t think you do.

“They will apply a double-standard and call it even-handed:” The commenter is probably referring to my citing that after the Obama wins, liberals were saying, “Get over it, you lost, we don’t care what you think, we’re going to do what we’re going to do.” I don’t think I’ve uttered this directly to any liberals, but I have not hesitated to remind them of what they said to us following the 2008 and 2012 elections. I’ve also reminded liberals that they called people who were not Obama supporters and did not support his policies racists. Fast-forward to 2016 and they’re now saying that descent is okay. And of course, it is. But when Republicans do it, it is somehow racists or un-American, but when Democrats do it, it’s okay.

Indicating that conservatives will listen to complete idiots and regurgitate what they hear, refusing to think for themselves is utter nonsense. I already touched on this portion of this liberal rant. Conservatives/Republicans often have differences because they are thinking for themselves.

“They will tie themselves in knots trying to make things sound like equivalencies when there are, in fact, no parallels.” What things?

“And then they call it God’s will.” As those of you who regularly read my articles, I’m often mention God, along with my Christian faith. On this thread, I did indicate, that while I was disturbed at the path the United States seemed to be taking, I knew that God was in control. The mention of God to many liberals throws them into all sorts of conniptions.

I chose this liberal rant because it is vicious, but doesn’t use foul language. While I hope it amuses you, I also hope it will serve to give you fodder if you find yourself in a “discussion” with a liberal.

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CONSERVATIVES DURING THE OBAMA PRESIDENCY

We’ve all witnessed the tears, teeth-nashing, foul language, etc. exhibited by the left after the election of President Donald Trump over Hillary Clinton in the 2016 general election. Reading or watching the news, through any media outlet, up until election day, gave the viewer many ways that Democrat Hillary Clinton could achieve victory through the electoral college, while giving Republican Donald Trump little more than a snowball’s chance in hell of garnering the 270 electoral votes needed to become the president of the United States.

We all know what happened and were exposed to the whininess of the Democrats. They were scared their rights would be taken away from them, particularly the rights of women, minorities, and illegal immigrants (as if this group should have any rights). We also were exposed to groups of skanky women, wearing imbecilic hats and costumes depicting female body parts, marching on Washington DC and in other cities the day after President Trump’s inauguration.

In addition to that awful women’s march, the left has continually demonstrated, well actually, rioted, often destroying property, blocking commerce, and even injuring people. And all of this because their candidate lost the election. You would have thought that this was the first time that a Democrat had lost an election.

Here’s something for you liberals to put in your pipes and smoke! Eight years ago, in 2008, and four years ago in 2012, Republicans were upset at the election of Democrat Barack Obama. I have never been a Barack Obama supporter or fan. Like everyone else, I saw the young state senator’s speech at the 2004 Democrat National Convention. While the Democrats were slobbering all over themselves, something un-nerved me about this man. Two years later, this community organizer, state senator from Illinois was elected U.S. Senator.

Fast-forward to 2008, this two-year U.S. Senator was nominated by the Democrat party for president of the United States, and his wife indicated that for the first time in her life, she was proud of her country. Of course, Obama was elected president during a time of economic crises over a moderate Republican who admitted to not being an expert on the economy.

Because I disliked Obama and wife, Michelle, I turned off the election returns as soon as it became inevitable that Obama was going to win and be our next president. All liberals, especially one black liberal friend of mine, were having multiple orgasms.  ”He’s going to create jobs and save our country and perhaps our planet. Everyone’s going to have either free or affordable healthcare, energy will be cheaper, we won’t have to make our mortgage payments, etc. No more wars, somehow this new president is going to forge peace on the planet.”

I also refused to watch any part of the inaugural festivities. In 2008-early 2009, I had yet to delve into social media, so there were very few places for me to vent and express my frustration with the election results that I was convinced was “One Big-Assed Mistake America.” Plus, many moderate Republicans and Independents had jumped on the Obama bandwagon. And why not? He was young, energetic, had a great family, and he was black. Many voters, regardless of where he stood on the issues, voted for him anyway. It had been a generation since Civil Rights legislation was passed in the United States. Wasn’t it about time we had a black president?

I wouldn’t say that I was depressed about the election and inauguration of Barack Obama, but I was concerned for the nation. I, along with many, did believe that Obama’s goal was to either destroy the United States of America or weaken it to a point where we were no longer an exceptional nation.

Those of us who felt and still feel that climate change is a hoax were demonized by the left, including Obama. Of course, Obama was anxious to jump onto the climate change bandwagon and would be signing treaties with other countries to agree to diminish carbon emissions. With this, he would be pushing green energy and the elimination of our dependence on fossil fuels. Obama even indicated that the cost of energy would necessarily rise. Imagine if a Republican had uttered those words. As a hard-working middle-class American I was ultra-concerned about my energy bills increasing.

Initially, those of us who were wary of Obama didn’t know what he would do with regards to race, even though he had indicated that we were not a “red America” or a “blue America.” We would now be a “purple America.” It didn’t take long, though, to see just what Obama was all about when it came to race. Not long after Obama had become president, black college professor, Henry Louis Gates, was arrested while attempting to enter his home after being away on an extended trip, even though the police were responding to a neighbor’s call that someone was breaking into a house on the street. Without knowing the facts of the case or waiting until the investigation was complete, Obama said that the police acted “stupidly.” It sure appeared that Obama was going to be a racist president, a fact that was continually re-enforced many times during his presidency.

From the beginning of his term, I always felt that Obama was an American hater with a goal of eventually destroying the United States of America. As a hard-working American, this concerned me. How would his self-admitted economic doctrine of “redistribution of wealth” affect me as I was planning for retirement. Would he encourage the passing of legislation to somehow damage everyone’s 401(k)’s?

It was obvious that he hated people like me, southern white conservative Christians. I don’t know of any conservatives who acted then like many liberals are acting now…crying, wringing their hands, calling President Trump names such as antichrist, demanding safe places, claiming to have “Trump deranged syndrome”, etc. We were though, concerned, with most conservatives indicating that if Obama is elected to a second term, we were doomed.

Fast-forward to the elections of 2012, Obama was re-elected to a second term despite his miserable performance during this first term. Many felt this was due to the “October surprise” known as super storm Sandy, a minimal hurricane/tropical storm that plowed through some of the most densely populated areas of the nation. In the aftermath, Obama actually like a human being that cared about the damage that had been done and the people that had been affected. Hugging Chris Christie, the Republican governor of New Jersey, didn’t hurt Obama’s quest for that second term either.

At this point, many Republicans, including myself felt that we were doomed and I might describe my mental condition as somewhat depressed. I had no trouble getting out of bed and going to work. There was no choice. And my football team was number one. Later that year, 2013, I decided to quit my day job and start my own business despite a slow-growing economy and an administration that hated everything I stood for. After exhausting my Cobra insurance coverage, I was forced to purchase health insurance through the market place and did my insurance premiums go up and how? I would say that this temporarily depressed me.

We were drawing closer to the 2016 presidential election and it was my prayer that the Republicans would nominate someone who would be able to convince the American public that while Barack Obama had come close to his goal of destroying the United States of America, we were the United States of America and had lived through these dark times.

Then the Republicans nominated Donald Trump, a favorite of the forgotten white working class of America. I was not a Trump supporter and felt that Hillary Clinton would certainly win. The media convinced us that it was nearly impossible for Trump to prevail, didn’t they? There was never a doubt that I would vote for Mr. Trump, but he wasn’t my first choice for Republican nominee. After getting to know President Trump and his family, I found that I admired him more than I ever thought I would.

During an appointment with my financial adviser in August before the election, she asked me how I felt about the future. I told her that I was discouraged and expected the worst because while Obama came up short of totally destroying the United States of America, I felt that Hillary would finish the job. After four years of Hillary, we would no longer know the country where we grew up. I expected the quality of healthcare to go down as I aged and opined that I would not live as long as my Mom lived because I would not have access to the same good healthcare she had access to in her golden years. But maybe that was a good thing because I had no clue as to what my financial situation would look like. Maybe an early death would be a good thing? At this point I can say I was depressed.

Fast-forward to the wee hours in the morning of November 9, 2016. Despite the media and the rest of the arrogant Democrats, Hillary Clinton lost. We would now have a president in the White House whose stand on the issues paralleled mine.

Hillary supporters were morose as I described in the first paragraph. We’re now hearing the term, “Trump derangement syndrome.” To my angst, though, many Republicans were having pity on the poor Democrats whose candidate lost. Not me. After both Obama elections, I heard ad nauseum from the Democrats, “You lost, get over it. We’re going to do what we’re going to do. We don’t care what you think.”

In an article on Townhall.com, Note to the Left: Four Years Ago, Conservatives Were Just as Depressed, author, Dennis Prager, indicated that the depression among conservatives was palpable, that the conservative level of despair four years ago came as a surprise to leftist Americans. Dennis goes on to say that unlike much of the left, most conservatives handled the despair like mature adults. There was no rioting, including the shutting down of highways and airports, the taking over of college offices, the protests at people’s homes. Children of conservatives were not allowed to take a day off from school and demonstrate. Also, conservative teachers, what few exist, didn’t preach opposition to Obama in their classrooms.

Other things that conservatives did not do included:

  • Print posters with the words, “Not My President.” (Would we have been called racists or what?)
  • Allow conservative clergy to declare fast days.

Dennis continues to opine that we know the left, but the left doesn’t know us. Leftists read, listen to, watch, socialize with and study under leftists. Only if a leftist is stuck with some conservative relative, or friend they’ve had since college and still attend football games with, he or she does not encounter conservative ideas. Therefore, leftists don’t know how painful it was for conservatives during the Obama years. While liberals feel free to express their emotions and opinions to anyone, anywhere, anytime, conservatives, especially those who voted for Trump, live and will continue to live like Marranos, a term for Jewish people living in Iberia, who were forced to convert to Christianity, but still secretly practiced Judaism.

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TO THE ADVOCATES OF THE TALLADEGA COLLEGE MARCHING BAND

By now, most of you know about the Talladega College Marching Band from Talladega College, the marching tornadoes, they’re called, a predominately black college located in Talladega, Alabama. On behalf of the band, Dr. Billy Hawkins, college president, accepted an invitation for the band to perform at the upcoming inauguration of president-elect, Donald Trump. Since accepting on behalf of the band and the college,

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Dr. Hawkins has been subjected to much harassment from the left. Of course, liberals are much harder on black conservatives than they are on white conservatives, often calling them “Uncle Tom,” “house…n**gas,” and the list goes on.

According to several sources, not one of the band members has opted out as a protest. $75,000 was needed to fund the trip and as of late last week, the group was still short.

On Thursday, Dr. Hawkins appeared on the O’Reilly Factor with Bill. By the end of the week, not only had enough been raised to send the students to the inauguration, there was money left for other needs of the band, such as instruments, uniforms, busses, etc. It was also indicated that money would be available for scholarships. As of this writing (1/17/2017), almost a half-million dollars have been raised.

Bill O’Reilly donated $25,000 from his foundation and Factor viewers made donations through the GoFundMe website. I’ve never examined Bill O’Reilly’s viewers, but it would appear that a majority would have political leanings to the right of center. Also, I am speculating that many of the donors are white. White and to the right of center? Huh!

Not that any of this should matter in this, the latter part of the second decade of the twenty-first century. The 1964 Civil Rights litigation took place over half a century ago and we’re currently celebrating the birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King, who was shot almost forty-nine years ago.

But it does matter. The liberals of this nation, including the current president and his administration are obsessed with race and make just about everything racial. President Obama, whenever he can fit it into a speech, mentions race and the fact that he is black. We know he’s only half black. Even though Obama campaigned on making the United States, not a red nation, not a blue nation, but a purple nation, it didn’t take long for him to jump into the race fray with the Henry Louis Gates incident, then came Michael Brown, then the rest.

For the ones who donated to send the Talladega College Marching Band to the inauguration, don’t expect liberals to suddenly like you because you donated to a predominately black college. Don’t expect them to quit calling you a racist. The fact that you’re a conservative makes you one in their eyes. Saying…”but, but, but, I have black friends, I patronize black businesses, I voted for Rueben Studdard on American idol,” etc., will get you nowhere.

Liberals don’t care about facts. Liberals are intolerant. They’re also racist and bigots. In fact, if you donated to Talladega College, you will be further demonized by the left.

My liberal Facebook friends have been rather silent on the Talladega College donations. They must be hiding under the table, and I would too. They certainly have egg on their faces. I would think it would be very humiliating for all liberals, not just those in the state of Alabama, to know that white conservatives made it possible for a predominately black college marching band to attend a presidential inauguration, an inauguration your ilk is planning to boycott and to perhaps stir up some mischief.

I suspect that the “tolerant left” will find ways to besmirch these youngsters anyway they possibly can. There’s no viler form of racism than what the left is currently exhibiting toward the Talladega College Marching Band, and the school itself.

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TRUMP WIN, NOW WHAT?

“The Fox News Decision Desk has called Pennsylvania for Donald Trump. This means that Donald Trump will be the forty-fifth President of the United States.”

Those were the words of Fox News Anchor, Bret Baier, in the wee hours of the morning on November 9, 2016 telling Fox News viewers of the Trump win.

As a reserved person, I didn’t jump up and down, I didn’t scream. Instead, I smiled and prayed a short prayer to God, thanking him for putting Donald Trump as the next leader of our country. God is in control and he puts kings in power and he strips kings of power. Those are the words that were used in Biblical times, but of course today, the leaders of the many countries on the planet have different names for their leaders. Here in the United States, we call our leader, President.

I continued to listen to the commentary and flipped to different channels, laughing to myself at the commentators of CNN, MSNBC, NBC, ABC, and CBS. They were all so solemn, wondering how a Trump win could possibly have taken place.

In my mind, I was thinking about all the things that worried me when Obama and the Democrats had hold of this nation. I worried about being able to own firearms, I worried about how the Obama administration had treated Israel, I worried about the Iran nuclear deal, and how the Iranians were violating the stipulations and pursuing nuclear weapons. I also worried what a continuation of the Obama administration would have on businesses, our job creators. In the liberal quest to inflict pain upon those who sign our paychecks, would more people lose their jobs and would the prices of their goods and services increase. The Middle East is in ruins and ISIS has vowed to destroy the United States of America with Obama and the Democrats not seeming to care. During the eight years of Obama, I worried about my own personal situation. My health insurance premiums had sky-rocketed to the point that they were within a few dollars of my house payment. If we were to go to a single-payer healthcare system where the government had total control over our bodies, would I be able to get the health care I needed or would they give me pills and let me die. Maybe that wouldn’t be so bad. If a continuation of the Obama administration implemented major distribution of wealth programs, would I even had money to live? As a small business owner who is trying to “make it,” would I also be subjected to the many punishments a Hillary Clinton administration would certainly inflict on private businesses. As a result of not having to worry about the items I mentioned above, a burden was lifted off of me.

As I continued watching the election results, I remembered something Rush Limbaugh said a long time ago. Rush said that liberals are at their craziest when they are out of power. And as of the election results, they are certainly out of power.

Liberals/Democrats/progressives, or whatever they want to call themselves, accuse conservatives of being haters, racists, misogynists, xenophobes, homophobes, etc. If you disagreed with Obama’s policies, you were a hater, a racist, and many other things. If you were against illegal immigration, you were a xenophobe and a racist, if you believed that marriage should be between one man and one woman, you were a homophobe.

I’ve expressed in writing many times that it’s the liberals/Democrats/progressives who are the real haters, the real racists, the real bigots, etc. And if you ever want to enrage a liberal, just turn it around on them. They can’t take it.

We all know about the riots, the whining, the threats, etc. made by liberals after the Trump win. We’ve experienced nothing but hatred from the “tolerant” left. I’ve been on many liberal threads and I can tell you that these people are crazy, they’re delusional, and they’re demented. Some of the posts I’ve read are scary beyond the pale.

Yes, there was expressions of concern and maybe even some comments and statements that weren’t in the best of taste when Obama was elected in 2008 and then re-elected in 2012. But nothing any conservatives could say during the Obama years can compare with the vitriolic hate that the left has expressed, not only for Donald Trump, but for conservatives, white people, straight people, and Christians. Even white liberals are going after their white conservative counterparts. There was not one liberal friend or acquaintance of mine who would denounce the “Rape Melania” sign that was displayed by protestors outside of Trump Tower in New York after I denounced an improper comment that was made by a conservative.

Monday and Tuesday of this week, I spend several hours monitoring some liberal threads. In one, I chose to comment. Because of that comment, I was called the usual and was attacked because of my skin color (my skin color is white and so was the person who attacked me because of it), my sexual orientation, my religious beliefs, my views on the issues, and of all things, where I live and have lived all my life. Talk about tolerance!

On another thread, President Elect Trump was called unspeakable names and what was said about God took my breath away. It was horrible.

Folks, we’re going to have to get used to this. We’re going to have to brush it off and continue to push policies that will make America great again. Because I am a political writer, I have to explore these areas and I have to see this stuff, even though at times, it does upset me. Disagreements on the issues are expected and welcomed by most of us. Yes, let’s have a discussion on Obamacare. Let’s discuss the fine points of the Iran nuclear agreement. Let’s have a discussion on the pros and cons of gun control and our foreign policy. This is what we Americans are all about, This is what made this country great.

What we have become, though, is not good. The left refuses to discuss pertinent issues while focusing on how horrible America and conservatives are. All they want to talk about is racism, misogyny, homophobia, xenophobia, bigotry, etc. Maybe if we were able to discuss the issues I cited in the previous paragraph on an adult level, racism, misogyny, homophobia, xenophobia, and bigotry would greatly diminish. But as long as we have the left doing little else but hurling those accusations at anyone who dares not tow their line, we’re facing an uphill battle in making this country great again. Uphill battle or not, I believe that we can do it.

Liberals are doing everything they can to disrupt what has always been a peaceful transition of power after presidential elections. They’re currently in the process of recounting votes in certain states where they were certain Hillary Clinton would take. They’ve also promised to protest at Trump’s inauguration. They’re going to make life in American as miserable as possible for every man, woman, and child in this country. White folks will be vehemently attacked, conservatives will be vehemently attacked, heterosexuals will be vehemently attacked, Christians will be vehemently attacked, gun owners will be attacked. If you’re a white deplorable uneducated redneck, you’re going to be attacked. It’s going to be a rough ride.

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ARE CONSERVATIVES BECOMING THE JEWS OF THE THIRD REICH

According to AnneFrank.org, Hitler and the Nazis said the Jews were responsible for huge events like losing World War One, and the economic crisis. Of course, this was untrue.  By giving the Jews the blame, Hitler created an enemy. He said that all of Germany’s problems had been caused by the Jews, and many people believed him.

AnneFrank.org goes on to indicate that the solution to all of these problems was to banish the Jews from society. With this political message, and the promise to make Germany a large and economically powerful country, Hitler’s party won the 1932 election. In 1933, he and his party came to power.

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According to historylearningsite.co.uk, Hitler blamed the Jews for all the misfortunes that had befallen Germany. The loss of the First World War was the result of a Jewish conspiracy. The Treaty of Versailles was also a Jewish conspiracy designed to bring Germany to her knee. The hyperinflation of 1923 was the result of an international Jewish attempt to destroy Germany.

During the time when Germany was seemingly recovering under Stresseman, what Hitler said about the Jews remained nonsense, listened to only by a few. But during the impact of the Great Depression, when people became unemployed and all looked helpless, Hitler’s search for a scapegoat proved a lot more truthful.

After January 1933, the Jews became the “untermenschen,” the sub-humans. Nazi thugs stopped Germans from sopping in Jewish sops. By 1934, all Jewish shops were marked with the yellow Star of David or had the word, “Juden,” written on the window. SA men stood outside the shops to deter anyone from entering. This was not necessarily a violent approach to the Jews (which would come later), but it was an attempt to economically bankrupt them and destroy what they had spent years building up.

On buses, trains, and park benches, Jews had to sit on seats marked for them. Children at schools were taught specifically anti-Semitic ideas. Jewish school children were openly ridiculed by beachers and the bullying of Jews in the playground by other pupils went unpunished. If the Jewish children responded by not wanting to go to school, then that served a purpose in itself and it also gave the Nazi propagandists a reason to peddle the lie that Jewish children were inherently lazy and could not be bothered to go to school.

In November 1938, a Nazi diplomat was shot dead by a Jew in Paris. Hitler ordered a seven day campaign of terror against the Jews in Germany to be organized by Himmler and the SS. On November 10, a campaign started where 10,000 shops owned by Jews were destroyed and their contents stolen. Homes and synagogues were set on fire and left to burn. The fire brigades showed their loyalty to Hitler by assuming that the buildings would burn down anyway, so why try to prevent it. A huge amount of damage was done to Jewish property, but the Jewish community was ordered to pay a one billion mark fine to pay for the eventual clean-up. Jews were forced to scrub the streets clean.

So, Hitler hated the Jews and blamed the Jews for all of his and Germany’s problems. Fast forward to the present. What group seems to be getting the blame for everything today? Conservatives, particularly those who are white and Christian. Of course the blame the Jews received was unjustified and pure nonsense. Blaming the White Christian Right is also unjustified and pure nonsense. But it’s happening.

How many times have you heard President Obama blame the Republicans in Congress for not acting on issues in which he feels they should act? Remember, Mr. President, we do have a system of checks and balances in place and politics is politics.

Just weeks ago, when a shooting by an Islamic terrorist took place at a gay night club in Orlando, the Christian Right was blamed by many of those on the left. During a pride parade in New York City, a rainbow banner was displayed saying, “Republican hate kills.”

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A sacred right that all American citizens have is the right to criticize their elected officials and hold their government accountable. As my grandmother once said, “If you don’t like what’s going on, you can say you don’t like it.” Sadly, though, any criticism of President Obama is considered racist by the “tolerant left,” even though nothing is ever said about his skin color or his ethnicity. In addition to being called a racist, those who disagree with this president politically are generally accused of being haters. You can remind members of the “tolerant left” that all presidents from George Washington forward had their detractors and opponents, but that always falls on deaf ears.

I mentioned an incident above where, in 1938, a Nazi diplomat was shot by a Jew in Paris. As a result, Hitler ordered a reign of terror on the Jews. Fast forward to the present. Two recent incidents of white police shooting black men in Louisiana and Minnesota have caused rioting and looting. And there have been a handful of similar isolated incidents in the past couple of years that have also triggered rioting and looting. I know the looting and rioting taking place as a result of these shootings pales in comparison to Hitler’s reign of terror on the Jews, but a pattern seems to be coming together.

The liberals have and continue to blame President George W. Bush for things that were not his fault such as the Iraq War and the financial collapse of 2008. I’ve written extensively on these things in the past, indicating what happened and how these things can’t be laid solely at the feet of George W. Bush. Do you think any liberal would bother to read any of what I’ve written or what anyone else who doesn’t blame President Bush solely for these things has written? Of course not!

Could we see something akin to the holocaust, except the U.S. government is terrorizing Christians, white people, conservatives? I certainly hope not. But white Christian conservatives are getting blamed more and more each day. Just remember, it started off with Hitler blaming the Jews for things they had nothing to do with.

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