Dear Editor: President Obama is out of control.
He is plagued by spending illness, and now it seems by delusions of grandeur, palling around with Russians in defiance of his electorate.
Mitt Romney is a giant question mark. “A political and cultural enigma,” according to Neil .Swidey.
Rick Santorum represents all the values most Americans have grown up with and admire: responsibility, thriftiness, honesty, truthfulness, faithfulness, and he’s a devoted .family man.
No wonder America is flocking to Santorum against all campaign spending predictions. If . Santorum wins, it will be proof that the Founding Fathers constructed a system that does . allow the people to control their own destiny.
Why did the Cap Times Publish a Conservative Letter?
When a liberal newspaper like the Cap Times, which is called the Progressive Voice of Madison, WI publishes a conservative letter endorsing Rick Santorum, something is up.
- They could be filling a quota of “conservative” items to prove how “balanced” their reporting is.
- They could be setting up the conservative author for ridicule (a favorite pastime for Madison’s radical liberals).
- Or, they could actually be reporting in earnest, reflecting the fact that President Obama has really gone too far, and even the progressives of Madison are scratching their heads.
Not according to the Wall Street Journal, in an article entitled Not-So-Smooth Operator
, in which Peggy Noonan states that Obama is increasingly coming across as devious and dishonest. She reports that the “broad, stable, nonradical, non-birther right” is starting to dislike President Obama personally. A dislike that is arising solely from Obama’s own behavior, that of an “operator who’s not operating in good faith.”
According to Noonan, this shift toward disliking President Obama started with his devious behavior over the contraception mandate, and continues to be fueled with recent events such as the open-mic conversation with Russian President Medvedev and with his personalization and manipulation of the the tragic death of Trayvon Martin.
Some of My Best Friends are Liberal
I am surrounded with liberals in Madison, WI, home of the University of Wisconsin, Madison.
I am surrounded with liberals among my relatives, many of whom are products of University propaganda machines.
I myself was a product of a University propaganda machine quite similar to UW Madison; the State University of New York at Stony Brook. And yes, the propaganda worked at first.
I am aware of the fact that most liberals are very nice and well-intentioned people.
But I am also aware of the fact that a radical element has taken over leadership among liberals, an element that is extreme and dangerous, and which is leading the Democrat Party, a party which used to be equally good/bad as the Republican Party, to ridiculous and dangerous extremes.
I have confidence in the good people of this country, the majority, the non-radicals, on both right and left. We have more in common with each other than we do with our respective far rights or far lefts.
80% of us pray regularly. 80% of us are broad, stable, and non-radical. 80% of us look for logic and for reason.
Broad, Stable, Non-radical, Right and/or Left
Caught in own snare
My fondness of, and my confidence in my “broad, stable, non-radical, non-Marxist left” friends, has led me to blog on conservative issues, laying out the logic and explaining some of the foundations of conservative thought which I have unearthed during my recovery from my University brainwashing. Confident that truth and logic wins over reasonable people, I chip away at the misinformation spread by conniving radical leaders like Pelosi and Obama.
Now, based on Peggy Noonan’s argument, Obama is actually doing the job of dismantling his agenda himself. Much faster than we could dismantle the lies the left has been spreading. Obama is shooting himself in the foot; he is stepping into his own snares. I do not enjoy watching a man self-destruct, any man. But it does give me hope for the non-radical, normal and healthy future of America; a future determined by the people, not by a radical dictator.
Back to Reality
Back to my Cap Times letter.
Democrats Voting in the Republican Primary?
I know that the editors of the Cap Times are not likely to be broad, stable, non-radical left types like my neighbors, friends and relatives.
Yes, I know, there’s a fourth possibility, the most likely one: that the Cap Times decided that support of Santorum would be most damaging to the upcoming Wisconsin Primary, and that by publishing my letter they would influence voters, both conservatives and also the liberals who plan to sneak in to manipulate the primary as well, to vote for Santorum. They think that Santorum will have a lesser chance of defeating Obama in November.
But they, too, will soon be stepping into their own snares.
That’s what radicals do best. Set snares for others, but get caught in them themselves.
An Invisible Player
And, most important, there is a invisible player, God. And God has a wicked sense of humor.
I am watching political developments with great anticipation, as America continues to pray.
It would be wickedly satisfying to see the Constitution of the United States, which was based on the Ten Commandments and on Judeo-Christian morality, and which was written by the Founding Fathers centuries ago, still allowing us, the people, to take charge of our own destiny and to defeat the efforts of power-mongers on both sides.
The broad, stable, non-radicals of both right and left who value Christianity over Marxism, and who value real tolerance over imposition of radical values, could back a man like Rick Santorum, who does not advocate imposing his views on others, but advocates hands-off government.
Some think that Rick Santorum is too conservative.
But good, broad, stable, non-radical conservatives such as Rick Santorum (and such as me) do not try to legislate their views onto others.
They are tolerant.
Tolerant with limits: the Constitution of the United States defines the limits.
And that’s a very good thing.
McNaughton: One Nation Under Socialism
The limits of the Constitution are Judeo-Christian limits.
These are the limits that radicals want to test and to reverse.