A few months ago, I wrote an article about Harry Stein’s Book, “No Matter What They’ll Call this Book Racist.” In that book, Harry Stein makes the case that anyone who takes on the race issue is immediately branded a racist by the Liberals in this country. Well, get ready to start calling me a racist. Well, not really a racist, but a hatemonger. Because I am going to make a thesis right now, that the real purveyors of hate is the Democratic Party.
Wednesday, when I was perusing Facebook groups, I went to the largest Republican Group on Facebook, “Positively Republican,” which is owned and controlled by my friend and motivational speaker Chris Widener. Positively Republican has a membership on Facebook of over 500,000 followers. This is by any definition a large group. Well, on Wednesday, Chris Widener decided to post something a little personal and it hit home with me. Here is his exact status update:
When my daughter posted that she didn’t like Obama for President, some people accused her of racism and not liking black people. I guess they didn’t know her husband, our son-in-law, who we love dearly, is black. Why do people resort to that stuff?
I can almost guarantee that most of these people thought about race first and when you think about race before anything else, you are a racist. This, my friends, is the Democratic Party. It is Chris Matthews. It is Rachel Maddow. It is all of them. Well, not all because then I would be going down to their level.
Tim Ross, a regular contributor to this column and one of my partners, herein, wrote an article a few weeks back entitled, “Jewish Nazi, Jon Lovitz.” In that article, Tim relayed an experience he had in which he was driving and the following happened, in his own words:
A car pulled up alongside mine out of turn and the first thing I thought was, “What a jerk!” I looked over to give a nasty glare and saw a man in the passenger’s seat telling me to roll down my window. As I did, I noticed that he was a Hispanic male in his early 30′s with a shaved head and tattoos on his arms and neck. This thug made the Nazi Salute and screamed, “Heil Hitler!”
I looked over at the driver and saw it was a large black male. The Hispanic male kept going, “You hate niggers?”
Apparently, the man who made this statement had noticed Tim’s Mitt Romney bumbersticker on his car and decided that Tim couldn’t have been voting for Romney because of policy issues but because he was a racist – pretty simple huh.
But, this article is not about Racism. It is about the Democratic Party’s hate; their hate of everything they disagree with and therefore, that they have become exactly what they accuse Conservatives of.
Let’s talk about MSNBC for a minute. Yesterday, I happened to switch to this bastion of fairness and I saw Rachel Maddow herself. Ms. Maddow with a total smugness and almost glee stated the man most closely associated with misogynist Todd Akin would be speaking at the convention. Of course, she was talking about Paul Ryan as the two have been associates in Congress for years and do have similar views on certain issues. Although, I must state for the record that Paul Ryan does not agree with the statement made by Akin last week that got him into so much trouble. Watching Maddow when she made this statement and looking at the glee in her eye almost made me throw up. This women hates and she hates everyone that disagrees with her. It is blatantly obvious.
Since I bring up Todd Akin, let’s talk about the alleged War on Woman – a prime talking point of the Democratic Party these days. When Mr. Akin made his comment about rape and abortion last week, he was not speaking for the Republican Party. He was speaking from his own personal views. And, for the record, in my opinion, and in the opinion of most Conservatives I know, he was wrong. In fact, immediately, the main stream of the Republican Party and the fringes of the party came out against him and told him to withdraw from the race. Not one Republican to my knowledge came out in favor of these statements. In fact, the RNC immediately withdrew their financial support to his campaign.
And, yet, we are the party of hate. Because one person does something stupid against women, it is fodder for the Democratic Party for days, weeks, ad infinitum.
Well, let’s talk about the Democrats for a second. Who are the true misogynists here? Do I need to remind anyone about Bill Clinton and a cigar; Anthony Weiner and for a lack of a better word, his weiner; and John Edwards the man who fathered a son while his wife was dying of breast cancer. This is one wonderful trio isn’t it. And, I’m sure they all completely respect women. In fact, they respect women so much that they treat them like sex objects at every turn. And, yet, Republicans are the party of hate.
One more example, because this could go on forever. Let’s talk about gay marriage and the Chik-Fil-A debacle for a minute. These have been the topics of heated debates among friends on Facebook and other social media for a long time. Well, I no longer have some friends because of my stated positions on them. I personally believe that the owners of Chik-Fil-A can do anything they want with their own personal money. We do have a guarantee of Free Speech and Freedom of Association in this country, don’t we? And, in contravention people who favor gay marriage have the right to protest Chick-Fil-A for the same Constitutional guarantees.
However, that’s not what the debate became. The debate became liberals calling anyone that expressed the above view point hatefilled. They stated that the right was full of hate and that they should not have those opinions. I’m sorry, but this is the opposite of reality. If you are taking away someone’s right to say what they believe because you disagree with them, you are the one who is full of hate. You can not tolerate the other side of the argument, you are hateful. It doesn’t matter whether you are right or wrong, you are hateful.
To suppress free speech is a double wrong. It violates the rights of the hearer as well as those of the speaker.
And, this is what the Left in this country has become. It has become the party of hate. But, yet this is what they call us on the right. I don’t understand why we can’t get this argument across. I don’t hate anybody. I disagree with people’s positions and I argue intelligently with them, but I don’t hate. Yet, I am hated and will be hated for writing this article.
Does the word hypocrite come to mind?