On The Circular Firing Squad That Seems To Have Encompassed The Whole Republican Party These Days…
On a lot of issues in DC, conservatives don’t have a party that represents their views — except when there’s an election and Republicans need our money, manpower and help. The moment they get what they want from us, they forget everything they promised to do and act as if we’re being unreasonable if we ask them to live up to their word.
When the Republican Party starts trying to represent the people who put them into office and becomes more determined to beat the Democrats than to beat those damn dirty, grassroots conservatives who make their job so hard by actually believing in things, then we can stop knife fighting them and move forward.
This is an excellent ad by the Senate Republicans, released to coincide with the one year anniversary of the boondoggle
The politics of rebellion for its own sake in America has morphed considerably over the years. In his latest column, Mark Steyn describes the current utilitarian pose for the masses as “conformo-radical”, but to understand how it got there, let’s set the Wayback Machine for almost a century ago, when the first round of American “progressives” walked the earth.