Tuesday, October 11, 2016

A Suddenly Prudish Press

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 TL Davis: American Exceptionalism

7th NC PATCON

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Perhaps one needed to be alive and cognizant of the political world in the 1990's in order to understand the absolute ridiculousness of the media's proclaimed prudishness when it comes to Trump's off-color remarks. They had no such blushing revulsion when they discussed presidential semen on a blue dress. Back then, it was "just sex" as if it was common for men in power to entice, seduce and engage in extra-marital sex with 20-year-old interns.
Even when Bill Clinton lied before a federal grand jury denying that sex took place between himself and Monica Lewinsky, the prudes in the media championed his excuse that everyone lies about sex. That it was common for men in power (though don't be a Republican and try it) to engage in sex and then lie about it to their wives and even the public when caught. It was natural. Which was news to men like myself, who were married and would consider such behavior a complete violation of trust and betrayal of the one steadfast partner I had in life.
But, this is the media today, openly advocating for one candidate for the presidency. Willing members of the campaign, rather than objective observers put there and given special access, even in the Constitution, to be the eyes and ears of a public much too numerous and raucous to do so themselves. Instead they offer us a half-blind and deaf version of the truth as dictated by Hillary Clinton without a shred of decency or moral obligation to bring forth the indictable charges that have been made and only the cowardice and corruption of the FBI kept from being pursued.
And yet, all of this pales against the cowardice of the Republican Party. Paul Ryan calls a meeting of the House Republican membership to do what? To distance himself from the Party's duly nominated candidate over some locker room type banter? He would rather stand with the Democratic Party's duly nominated candidate, because some rough man-talk bothers his sensibilities? It is this sort of cowardice that has, but for Trump, ended the GOP.
Paul Ryan wants to think that Donald Trump is a threat to the Republican Party, perhaps as a means of distancing himself from his own efforts at the same achievement. The betrayal after the 2012 election (where the Republican Party was handed the Senate as a means of countering the efforts of Barack Obama to do severe and permanent damage to the nation served only to give Paul Ryan and Mitch McConnell the stage upon which to come out and announce that they would do none of the things promised before the election) effectively killed the Republican Party.
Trump is the duly nominated Republican candidate for president precisely because he is not one of the backstabbing cowards that fills the ranks of the Republican House and Senate. My only exception to this description is Steve King of Iowa.
Why is it that we have been subjected to the Marxist policies of the Democratic Party for so long? Because there are no backbones in congress. Given all the power in the world, they would do just as the Democrats have done. Paul Ryan's defection from sanity is just another example of the fact that the leadership of the Republican Party have no intent to serve their constituency but to serve some globalist view that they routinely deny they support.
If the Republican Party will not stand to demand that Congress use it's powers to deny obviously unconstitutional legislation and unconstitutional actions of the President; if it will not stand to demand its sole right to make law; if it will not stand to be a stalwart against unpopular, dysfunctional and illegal actions of the Executive Branch, but it will stand united against the people's choice of a presidential candidate because he has a potty-mouth, I am at a loss to understand its principles or its value.
Paul Ryan should be down on his knees begging forgiveness of Donald Trump, because if it were not for his candidacy, I doubt anyone would have been inspired to vote Republican at all. Paul Ryan and his ilk have already destroyed the Republican Party, because they stand for nothing. It is Donald Trump's actions against the Democrats and especially the Clintons, the rapists and criminals that they are, that move feet to the ballot box. Paul Ryan might benefit from it much, much more than his devious little mind will be able to grasp. But, what's new?

8 comments:

  1. Yes, I remember those days too. The house of Liberalism is built upon the bricks of hypocrisy. I remember in the days of the ongoing Clinton scandals the defense of Bubba was, so long as he was doing his job, what he does in private ought not to be of any ones concern. Liberals promoted the idea that you could be one thing in public and another in private. It was idea that so long as you "did your job (well)" the content of your character was unimportant. But that was in regards to their guy, Bill Clinton. Now at this present moment, any thing you did or said in private regardless of how far back in the past the incident happened will be used against you in a kangaroo public opinion court of injustice, if it violates the current (and ever changing) standards of political correctness and you belong to the wrong political side. You are going to lose you job, and have your reputation trashed.

    What the leadership of the Republican Party and their talking head fan boys do not understand is that they are THE greatest threat to the party. They are its greatest enemy. The actions they have undertaken and continue to take to take down Trump, under scores how corrupt and morally bankrupt they are. They are as I see it, being one of those deplorable dirt people, just as guilty of treason as Hillary the evil, since they are working to get her elected. They like the rest of the self appointed elites do not have even the slightest clue how pissed off the average American is who does understand and see what is happening to the Former United States of America. Forgiveness will NOT be an option

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    1. Thanks.

      http://freenorthcarolina.blogspot.com/2016/10/comment-on-suddenly-prudish-press.html

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  2. Bill Clinton's Lewinsky scandal was NOT private, because he did it as OUR EMPLOYEE in OUR White House. Any other person caught ON THE JOB would be fired, yet he was held to a much lower standard than those of us for whom he worked!!! Furthermore, he LIED to a grand Jury which is purgers and a felony which would put another citizen in jail. Also during that time a female Air Force officer, B-52 pilot, was court-martialed and dishonorably discharged for having an affair with an enlisted man. So her CIC was held to a much lower standard!!

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    1. female Air Force officer, B-52 pilot, was court-martialed and dishonorably discharged for having an affair with an enlisted man.

      Thanks and I remember that.

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  3. If elected, look for Hillary Clinton to use power and yes, "gun violence", against "deplorable and irredeemable" citizens just as was done by Clinton and Clinton on Patriot's Day in 1993. A church compound in Waco, TX, was firebombed, horrifically killing many including women and children for the SUSPECTED sins of their preacher, David Koresh.

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    1. & Ruby Ridge.

      http://namsouth.com/viewtopic.php?t=1813&highlight=waco

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    2. Well, Ruby Ridge happened in August 1992 I think, under the first term of the Bush-Clinton crime syndicate. Old George H.W. Bush is voting for Hillary Clinton, of course. Probably George W. too.

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