Momentum Shifts In Culture War

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  1. Revmitchell

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    Americans in greater numbers are moving from alarmed to angry to seething over the culture war, a war that now escalates weekly. It is a growing backlash against the Left and its ObamaNation, starting with the Tea Party in 2009. It has been growing ever since despite massive efforts to destroy it through ridicule and IRS dirty tricks orchestrated by the administration.

    In the coming year, it will intensify and erupt into action, at least at the polls, and in the fearful hearts of politicians found serving their own. Already, they are running for cover as their president cowers behind horrendous poll numbers and palm trees.

    Increasingly vicious provocations from the Left sparked this growing backlash. It will become more inflamed as the provocations increase thanks to Obama’s continuing failures. The more he fails, the more he demonizes the opposition, which only encourages it. Already, fearing impeachment, the DNC is desperately trying to rally support, not for Obama’s agenda, but to save his bacon.

    Cliff Kincaid recently called it the Counter Revolution, and it’s about time. As Kincaid points out, near rage is being expressed about the unfolding disaster surrounding all aspects of the hilariously-named ‘Patient Protection & Affordable Care Act.’ Given massive support for “Duck Dynasty” against A&E and homosexual dictators, one might conclude Obama was right to fear gun-totin’ Bible thumpers.

    Americans have had enough of being trashed by elitists on the Left. They are tired of being accused of every vile thing—from being called racists every hour, to being cast as homophobic for being traditionalists, to suffering continuous attacks for being patriotic—then forced to listen to the likes of Bill Maher, Nancy Pelosi, and Chris Matthews as they issue one idiotic indictment after another.

    If anything, most people in this country have been far too tolerant of the fools in our midst, people who worship Obama even as he destroys our economy and our security. Americans have been much too accommodating of every big mouth with a complaint and every freeloader with a demand.

    Read more at http://www.westernjournalism.com/momentum-shifts-culture-war/#sK3gX3Ztm5Q6ysUu.99
     
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    I used to say this facetiously. Now I say it seriously. It isn't a matter of "if," it is a matter of "when." The "when" will depend on the timing of the socialists attempting to bring all states under subjugation to:
    • A single-payer healthcare system
    • Legislated economic controls that render business and industry unable to determine how, where, and to what extent they will expand, hire, buy, sell, trade
    • Forced payroll policies imposed on business and industry that will redistribute wealth from the companies to the individuals
    • Institution of "political correctness" as a federal domestic policy
    Don't kid yourselves, that is all coming. Could be by 2016, could be later. But it's coming and there is nothing we can do to stop it.

    This will cause the break-up of the United States. Texas will be the first to go. That will be followed quickly, if not simultaneously, by many of the Southern and Midwestern states, and some of the conservative Western states will not be long to remain after that. I don't know if they will form one "confederation," or simply stand as individual nation-states with common trade, currency and financial agreements.

    The rest can flounder, for all I care. Let's see how well the Blue States do without the Red States.
    Despite what I know at least three of our esteemed members <-- [tongue in cheek] ...

    ... will say, the Blues won't be able to survive.
     
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    Rev, I wish the article you quoted was true. We'll have to wait until November 5th to know for sure, but I'm guessing the country re-elects liberals.
     
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    And that is when the Union will begin to dissolve. No state will leave as a result of the election, but if the Republicans don't gain control of the Senate, and the current path toward institutional socialism continues, the mindset will turn from "if things don't change, perhaps we should," to "when do we do this?"
     
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    The Democrats are not so sure of that. They are sending out campaign emails scaring people into thinking if the GoP takes over the Senate they will vote to impeach Obama.
     
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    And ... ? That's a problem?

    Oh, yeah, we're talking Democrats. I guess they don't think much of it. I love the idea! :thumbsup: :laugh:
     
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    I do not think it would be a good idea. If the GOP takes back the Senate as well that will be enough.
     
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    I believe the man to be a traitor, a liar, a fraud. I further believe all that can be proven in the Court of the Senate if the House will but pass Articles of Impeachment alleging those crimes. Any man with any one of those crimes on his record needs to be bounced out of any elective office he holds.
     
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    It would be a colossal mistake to impeach Obama. If the Republicans control both sides of Congress they should start passing their agenda (i.e. repeal ObamaCare, spending cuts, etc.) and let Obama veto it. That will be the best set-up for the 2016 Presidential election. Dems would become the party of obstruction.

    Impeaching Obama would be a distraction and create a negative image for Republicans.
     
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    Even more than any perceived negstive impact on Republicans there would be bigger problems. If we think any opposition to him is labeled racist now just try to impeach him.If the GOP controls both sides then there really is no need too.
     
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    Criminals should be prosecuted. Period. Republicans have a duty to uphold the law even if they do get called names for it.

    Far as I'm concerned republicans who would let a criminal walk to win an election shouldn't be elected to any office. They should be prosecuted as acomplices to Obama's crimes.
     
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