by David Schlecht
It’s sad, very sad to see what the Republicans have done with their party. The Republican’s great “Contract With America” has become a great contract on American and on common sense and on truth, and virtue, and morals. Will the Republican Party survive?
The Republicans great plan was to bombard Americans with enough negative emotions and associate it with other political parties, that the voters became uncomfortable with the terms given those other parties. Newt G. told all his minions to use words to associate with the other parties:
“Decay, failure, fail, collapsing, deeper, crisis, urgent, destructive, destroy, sick, pathetic, lie, liberal, they, them, unionized bureaucracy, compassion is not enough, betray, consequences, limits, shallow, traitors, sensationalists, endanger, coercion, hypocrisy, radical, threaten, devour, waste, corruption, incompetent, permissive, destruction, impose, self-serving, greed, ideological, insecure, anti-flag, anti-family, anti-child, anti-jobs, pessimistic, excuses, intolerant, stagnation, welfare, corrupt, selfish, insensitive, status quo, mandates, taxes, spending, shame, disgrace, punish, bizarre, cynicism, cheat, steal, abuse of power, machine, bosses, obsolete, criminal rights, red tape, and patronage.”
Now, all that is left is America’s realization that all these negative feelings are what define the Republican Party.
Yes, all those negative things the Republican Party was trying to associate with other political parties have all come home to roost squarely on the Republican nest.
It’s sad, just real sad that they couldn’t have been honest enough to use fair or balanced or even honest words to describe others. Now they’ve become all the negative emotions they tried to assign to their neighbors.
Repugnant, Repulsive, and so very sad. The new Republican Party.