Liberals should not listen to Conservative Pundits?
As a liberal political advocate, you have no need for Fox News, Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity, Mark Levin, Bill O’ Reilly and all those other conservatives, such as Thomas Sowell, Dr. Ben Carson and Michelle Malkin who try to persuade you to look at their point of view; and who incessantly promulgate their rhetoric. Right?
By the way this guy Mark Levin, a lawyer and Constitutional scholar, wants to have government follow the Constitution. He must be nuts; why would any be so foolish to want that?
Oh, let’s not forget the latest group: The National Black Republican Association (NBRA) based in Sarasota, FL, headed by Chairman Frances Rice who has initiated impeachment proceedings against Obama. They must be racists to challenge Obama; correct?
Here is why you should not listen to the conservative rhetoric.
• Because you, as a well-informed, self-educated voter have thoroughly vetted your liberal candidates whom you believe will lead this country to preserve the rights of citizens to enjoy the freedom and opportunity afforded us under the Constitution.
• As part of your vetting process of Barack H. Obama, you have read the books Obama wrote and understand the meaning and full impact of his words. You have listened to all Obama’s speeches before he was elected to office. You listened to Obama’s speeches after his election to president. So in your wisdom you find Obama’s speeches are OK with you; with no inconsistencies or deviations from his word. Conclusion: there is no need for liberals to hear the conservative pundits ranting on about who Obama is; am I right?
• You are fully aware of Obama associates and their respective backgrounds such as Rev. Jeremiah Wright, Bill Ayers, Van Jones and other associates Obama appointed as his confidants and Czars. You are not concerned that they have radical views and have been guiding Obama through his tenure to control more of US citizen’s lives and taxing you so he can change the US. One associate even holds a Communist dictator as her hero; but you knew that? Separation of Powers is just a nice phrase to you; and Eric Holder’s relationship with Obama is not a problem even though Holders views of justice are questionable at best. Is that about it?
• You are fully aware but you do not care about the fact that Obama promises something and then ignores those promises as though they were never uttered by his lips, such as Obama’s promise to not allow Detroit to go bankrupt. You do not believe that Obama’s health care plan has negative effects on small business, employment and individuals who will be penalized for not having insurance.
• You are not concerned about Chicago style politics that reek through Obama’s administration.
• You are happy with the news coverage by the liberal press such as the N.Y. Times and the major TV networks (NBC, CBS, ABC, and CNN) of the Benghazi attack, the IRS profiling, etc. When the liberal media does not challenge Obama for any of the issues enumerated herein, you find that acceptable. (You certainly would not want to be called a racist to support a challenge.) You believe the liberal media are being professional journalists and are relentless in getting the correct and complete story for their audience without bias toward the Obama administration. Nice call!
• You believe Obama when he talks about “phony scandals.” You have no problem with violations of the Constitution by Obama’s direction and the scope and depth of Obama’s Executive Orders to achieve Obama’s view of “Change and Hope”.
• You fully believe that after all that you have done to completely know your liberal politicians and the things they have done, you do not need to hear from conservative political pundits about them or the issues. You have come to a conclusion based upon your in depth research of the men for whom you have voted.
Given your full and exhaustive accumulation of the “facts” and being in total agreement with Obama’s vision for your life; you do not need to listen to the conservative opinion. In that case, you are to be applauded for standing by your beliefs.
However, if you plead guilty to not properly vetting your candidates or understanding the issues as discussed herein, then there is hope for change: as Aristophanes once wrote: “……ignorance can be educated….”