When you begin to consider all the issues of where this nation is headed over the course of a short time it is clear that something is happening that is not very good.
Sounds bad, like a book about a very bad man, in some ways it is something that we have to look at as unpleasant as it might be to examine what is happening in this nation, for every one liberal there are thousands and thousands of Americans.
We see these things and we wonder just what is happening, because without those people that “they” do not like “they” would not have a job at all, because if they do not make things that people buy then how can they survive at all?
Think about that for a moment…
We have a situation here where a very small percentage of people are attempting to (dictate) to the rest of America how they should act, how they should eat, what they can do, how they can do it, how much money they can make, what kind of cars they can drive, and what they can do when they drive those cars, they seem to have this sort of odd thing in desiring to control the lives of others. What is the hidden agenda here?
After Gabrielle Giffords’s shooting, the President told Americans, “I do believe there is hope for civility.” Just not in his party. Yesterday, Teamsters President Jimmy Hoffa tried to stir up the union crowd before the President’s Detroit speech by declaring war on Republicans. “President Obama, this is your army!” he thundered. “We are ready to march. Let’s take these sons of b****es out and give America back to an America where we belong.” Hoffa, whom the White House chose to introduce the President, unleashed his profanity just minutes before the commander-in-chief took the stage.
Yet the administration, for all its talk of common courtesy, seems to condone the rhetoric. Asked to comment on Hoffa’s tirade, the White House refused. Maybe they were too busy putting out the fires from Obama’s second-in-command. A few hundred miles away in Cincinnati, Vice President Joe Biden piled on his own slurs by calling Republicans the “barbarians at the gates.” (I suppose that’s an improvement over the “terrorist” label he slapped them with last month). Surely this isn’t what the President meant by talking in a way “that heals, not… wounds?” Or is name-calling the new strategy for getting both sides to the table for some bipartisan budget-making?
Language like Biden’s is not only counterproductive, it’s demeaning–both to conservatives and to the office of the Vice President.
If Obama wants to “tone down” the rhetoric, then he needs to apply the same standards to his party that it applies to everyone else. And considering the insults Democrats have been hurling, he has his work cut out for him. Just two weeks ago, another liberal, Rep. Maxine Waters (D-Calif.), lit a fuse when she told a local community summit, “…
[A]s far as I’m concerned, the Tea Party can go straight to h***!” The White House didn’t renounce those comments either.
When it comes to tolerance, it seems liberals want to write the rules, but they certainly don’t want to follow them.