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Sunday, December 13, 2015

We Might Actually Be That Stupid - Bucks County Courier Times December 14, 2015

     If you’re paying attention and have a functioning human brain then it should be painfully clear that those who voted for Obama the first time owe us all an apology.  The parents of those who voted for him twice owe the world an apology and a word or phrase will have to be invented for those still in support.
     Let’s go back to a special time and place of the Iraq strategy.  Freedom is not only the natural human condition, but is also the enemy of oppression.  An added bonus of a free people is that they’re less attracted to and tolerant of terrorism so, naturally, freeing a population from a tyrant would be a phenomenal starting point. 
     And, as luck would have it, Iraq became free of tyranny and moving in the right direction with the essential strategy in place until our inability to look past the next episode of the Kardashians took root.
     The above can be difficult to grasp, but I’m going to encourage some to think for the first time in their adult lives.  If that’s not an option then I’m going to demand a return of their Ivy League degrees for a full refund.
     President Bush, however, failed to explain the strategy and instead used the excuse of weapons of mass destruction.  Although a very real threat to humanity it wasn’t the strategy.  His advisors probably suggested that we’re too stupid to understand the intricacies of what’s going on and they may have had a point.
     The nation very much came together following 9/11.  Rather than promote unity Senators Kerry, Durbin and Congressman Murtha (and others like them) used our collective ignorance to undermine national security (by constantly putting the distortion of politics above all else) for their own personal gain.
     My favorite thing is when their followers run around saying that they support the troops, but then constantly undermine the mission that our nation’s heroes believe in and understand with perfect clarity.  Many even ran around for a week or so supporting France like a stuck pig while having repeatedly voted for the “leadership” that created the current environment of death and destruction.
     The list of leadership and integrity violations (that are enthusiastically supported) are far too numerous to mention so I won’t bore myself with the details.  We are now, as a direct result of disastrous and long-term voting behaviors, in a very serious predicament that only we can get ourselves out of. 
     We have to start thinking like the Americans who made this nation what it is and stop seeking the easy approval of those who find fraternity in weakness.  Stop looking at literally everything through the distorted prism of politics and, instead, view through that elusive window of reality.
     Someone said in politics to believe none of what you hear and half of what you see.  It’s time to restore the anti-authority complex that is the foundation of the self-reliance, personal responsibility and accountability of who we were. 
     We need to put tolerance aside since the very notion implies that there’s something inferior that needs to be tolerated.  The delusional who feel superior to others are the ones who are inferior and should definitely not be tolerated.
     We’ll remain in trouble until we recognize the root cause as a very ambitious global militant political movement masquerading as a religion that’s been actively attacking our values since the failures of President Carter (and every President since).
     Now might be an awesome time to start thinking of all of humanity and not just ourselves.  Our freedom, diversity, equality, common decency and sense of justice remain in spite of our own 3rd world “leadership” strategies designed to have us fight one another, but it’s getting way too real out there to not reassess where we’re headed.

     Above all else we need to start embracing those values that unite us and stop falling prey to the irrelevant issues specifically designed to divide.  Some think that we really actually might be that stupid.  Current behavior would support that position, but I’m still hanging on that we’re much better than this.