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In 2010 I ran an unsuccessful campaign for the United States Congress, but I'm still posting blogs that I believe express an opinion that most other people miss, and that I also believe can make America great again and cast off the yoke of liberal/progressive control that is currently in place.

Tuesday, January 8, 2019

Three Observations On America’s Current Political Idiocy

1) What religious faith does Mitt Romney practice? Answer: moron.
He may indeed be a practicing Mormon, and I have no problem with that, but he’s also a moron for his recent nasty, unsophisticated and un-Senatorial, statements about President Trump.

2) Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez wants America to practice “good” Socialism, not “bad” Socialism. You know, only the good kind. Maybe some CNN anchor can ask her to name the nation that is practicing “good” socialism and then have her indicate that nation on a map. Even Sweden is backing away swiftly from the cradle-to-grave Socialism that liberals everywhere have raved about for decades; giveaways will work for a while, but then you run out of other people’s money to spend and the real world smacks you right in the face.
Ms AOC also believes in her heart of hearts that each of us must “pay our fair share” equally in the area of taxes. But she is only interested in adhering to this worn out leftist idea of paying your own fair share when she’s talking about taxing high achievers, because when it comes time to pay for the healthcare we all need, and when it’s time to sign up and pay the tuition for college, Ms Cortez wants these particular costs to be picked up by big government, not by the individuals who will benefit from them. So much for long-held opinion of paying one’s own share.

3) Radical feminists repeatedly express the notion that America needs more women in the various legislatures throughout the nation because men have not been giving women “adequate representation“. But I seem to recall that the nineteenth amendment to the constitution, which gave women the right to vote, was passed by all-male legislators, mainly on the Republican side of the aisle since Democrats fought it tooth and nail. So yeah, it looks like men have really mistreated women all these years since giving them the vote in 1920.
On the other hand, during the Senate judicial hearings last year in which Brett Kavanaugh was accused of sexually attacking a woman 35 years in the past, female members of that Senate committee said that they accepted, without any doubt and with no need for Mr. Kavanaugh to even attempt to, nor be allowed to, defend himself, the accusation of one woman who claimed she had been attacked by Kavanaugh, for which there was never any confirmation nor proof found that she was telling the truth. In fact the female committee members said that based solely on the charges, Mr. Kavanaugh should be required to ask the FBI to fully investigate him on these unsubstantiated charges.
So my impression from the 2018 Kavanaugh hearings is that female legislators are on the war path against males in general, with one Senator from Hawaii telling men to “shut up” and get used to it, and I fully expect that the attitudes of radical feminist Democrat legislators is so radically anti-male, that men will be very poorly “represented” by our increasingly female federal legislatures in the future.