I’ve been reading lately about an alleged war going on in the GOP. Is this for real? The supposed “battle for the soul of the GOP” has for years been the cover story intended to divert attention from the GOP’s treacherous role in the process of destroying America’s soul.
I feel sorry for sincere proponents of liberty who are still foolish enough to believe that the GOP is disposed to offer any real alternative to the elitist faction agenda Obama starkly represents. The preponderance of all the available evidence suggests that the GOP is currently just a wing of the same elitist faction that spawned Obama. The Party exists for the sole purpose of preoccupying conservatives forces until they are too exhausted to have any hope of thwarting the elitist faction’s anti-American aims.
The whole process is like watching a fisherman playing the fish as he works to land a big catch. Sometimes he holds the line with all his strength, his rod bending under the weight of his prey. Sometimes he lets the fish run, his his reel buzzing as it takes out the line. When the line slackens a bit, he uses the interlude to reel the fish in. If the fisherman works this sequence patiently, the fish gradually weakens. With each repetition of the cycle, it fights with less strength, as the fisherman continues to reel it in. Finally, he brings the fish in close enough to lift it out of the water and make the catch.
The GOP’s treacherous elitist faction leaders are playing the Party’s conservative base in this way. But you won’t really understand what’s going on if you persist in seeing it in terms of the Party’s supposed opposition to the Democrats. That way of looking at things makes it appear that the GOP’s aim is to net enough votes to beat the Democrats. These days there’s no excuse for failing to realize that this is not the case.
GOP leaders are behaving egregiously, as if they would rather see Democrats win than see candidates elected who actually represent the views of the GOP’s conservative grassroots. Their behavior encompasses the whole range of issues critical to the survival of America’s liberty.
So the aim of the GOP’s quisling leaders isn’t to catch America’s authentically conservative voters in the GOP’s election basket. It’s to keep them busy until the moment comes when they can be let down into the hold of the corporate, socialist, dictatorial, elitist faction ship of state, the one intended to replace America’s constitutional republic.
Nothing is going on in the GOP at the moment that doesn’t correspond to this elitist faction aim. Not a single issue is being addressed; not a single politician or candidate is being touted; not a single so-called battle is being waged within the GOP, that does not, purposely or inadvertently, advance this aim in some way. Conservatives who mean to thwart the elitist faction’s anti-American agenda have to look elsewhere. They especially need to look at the critical issue the GOP refuses to address.
The American people are engaged in a battle to serve our nation’s just principles, and preserve the institution of constitutional self-government based upon them. Right now the elitist clique bent on destroying that form of government has the upper hand. There is a clear and present danger that Barack Obama’s continuation in office will bring us past the point of no return as we hurtle toward the demise of liberty.
If the GOP was not controlled by forces working in collaboration with the elitist clique, its leaders would by now have issued a clarion call to the American people, warning them of the danger, and calling on them to gather at the polls in November in order to elect a slate of GOP candidates committed to removing Obama from office by Constitutional means. They would be hard at work to turn the 2014 election into a vote of no-confidence in the present administration of government.
Instead, we hear of “civil war” in the GOP. In place of a clarion call to impeach and remove Obama and his collaborators from office, the best the GOP has to offer is a voice here and there demanding the impeachment of Eric Holder, or promising to pass a motion that ineffectually holds some other Obama’s minion in contempt of Congress.
Given their track record, who doesn’t have contempt for Congress, and especially for the GOP’s quisling Congressional leaders? Ineffectual bleats against Obama’s henchmen actually highlight the feckless character of the GOP’s opposition to his burgeoning tyranny. Because the elitist faction pulls the strings, the GOP really hasn’t the political will to oppose Obama’s agenda. Because the elitist faction pulls the strings, the real hostility of the GOP’s quisling leadership is toward the Party’s conservative base, whose candidates, organizations and financial backers they are disposed to exhaust, disrupt and crush by all means.
This elitist faction’s stranglehold forces constraints on everyone still working within the GOP’s political orb. These constraints that force them into positions that irrationally mimic what needs to be done. It’s true, for instance, that Eric Holder merits impeachment for his repeated implementation of an anti-Constitutional agenda that violates the Constitution’s provision; violates or refuses to enforces provisions of laws passed pursuant to the Constitution; and abuses the military, police and enforcement powers of government to violate the Constitutionally enumerated or protected rights of people under the jurisdiction of the U.S. government.
But the Executive power of the U.S. government is vested in the person who occupies the office of President of the United States. When Eric Holder abuses that power, pursuant to Barack Obama’s purposes, policies and orders, Obama is responsible.
If the abuses involved are impeachable offenses, Obama should be impeached. Focusing on Holder while excluding Obama is like proposing to try a criminal’s hand for theft or murder, while leaving the criminal himself outside the scope of the indictment. How can one establish the criminal intent and responsibility of a person’s hand if the person who moved the hand is not on trial? The very idea is absurd. But since Eric Holder acts at Obama’s behest, impeaching him without impeaching Obama exactly corresponds to that absurdity.
This observation points toward the truth. Where conservatives are concerned the GOP is not at war with itself. Rather, conservatives who can’t think outside the GOP box are at war with reason, logic and common sense. They are wasting time, as well as financial and moral resources, competing in an arena rigged against them precisely to induce this waste. Are you such a conservative? Click below to take a more sensible approach.