I’ve Lived Too Long

There was a republican debate last night. From what I read, it got pretty contentious. In the end, it really won’t matter much. The cancer known as The Great Society that was inflicted on us by Lyndon Johnson has spread to all corners. The country was so strong, it took decades to succumb to the evil of socialism. First, breaking up the family by replacing the father with a welfare check. Then came free love, drug use became popular and to a large extent accepted. The leftists who protested the Vietnam War and spit on returning soldiers are now democrat politicians, newspaper editors, and college professors. They have done yeoman’s work spreading the disease with help from a union of teachers more concerned with tenure than actually teaching. Poor kids are trapped in failing schools because the liberals want no part of charter schools where a poor kid could have a chance of breaking the grip of dependency that keeps the left in control of everything.

Still, we managed to barely keep our heads above the rising floodwaters of taxation, regulation, and the terminal disease known as Barack Hussein Obama. I had hoped that by the time the communists took control of the Supreme Court I wouldn’t be here to see it. That hope was dashed yesterday with the passing of Antonin Scalia. I’m sure Barack got a diamond-hard erection when he found out he will now complete his sorry legacy with the permanent shift of the Supreme Court for the rest of time. Exploding deficits, nationalized healthcare, 100 million on the government dole, flooding the country with enough illegal voters-in-waiting for a permanent democrat tyranny, the rise of Islamic terrorism worldwide, and the forced participation of Christians in the debauchery of a homosexual lifestyle.

If you think you know how deep into the sewer the leftards can sink, you’re not even close. If you’ve read any comments already, I’m sorry. If you haven’t, consider yourself lucky. I’ll never post any of it here, I love the people too much. It is beyond vile. The DNC is already fundraising off his death. Hillary made the comment that republicans would “dishonor” the Constitution if they didn’t give Obama what he wants. If anybody embodies dishonor, it’s the Clintons. Obama plans to name a successor shortly, probably within a few weeks. Then the charade will begin. McConnell is claiming there will not be a vote until after a new president is elected. The whiny little pissant Harry Reid is already complaining about how awful it would be to delay the vote. Remember, he’s the one who unilaterally changed the rules from a super majority to a simple majority to force through hundreds of Barry’s hand-picked stooges for the courts. We all know how that’s going to end up. I had a number of links, but I’ve decided not to post any at this time. I’m having surgery on my other eye tomorrow, so it may be a time before I post again.

Ben Shapiro,writing for Breitbart had the same notion as I did on hearing the news yesterday:


Antonin Scalia’s Death Could Mark End of Constitution
Unlike Kennedy, Scalia represented a consistent vote for a Constitution beyond modern progressive power politics. But with his death, President Obama now has the power to appoint a fifth justice to join hard-left social engineers Elena Kagan, Sonia Sotomayor, Stephen Breyer, and Ruth Bader Ginsburg. If the Republican Senate allows President Obama to select Scalia’s successor, the left will have a complete monopoly on the Supreme Court. Within the next few years, Citizens United will be overturned, restoring limits on free speech; the Supreme Court will render the Second Amendment meaningless by reinterpreting the right to bear arms as a non-personal right; freedom of religion will be made subservient to same-sex marriage and abortion priorities; the death penalty will be ruled unconstitutional; unions will be allowed to continue confiscating the dollars of people who disagree with them politically; redistricting along leftist lines will return. Scalia ensured that the Supreme Court wasn’t a transformative institution; now it will become the chief tool in the left’s arsenal.

It’s a sad commentary on the state of conservative politics that the only thing standing between the United States and the death of its founding document was a brilliant 79-year-old jurist. But unless Republicans stand up on their hind legs now, that will certainly be the case.

I wish I’d never seen this day come.


Filed under Antonin Scalia, Democrats, Republicans, Supreme Court, U.S. Senate

2 responses to “I’ve Lived Too Long

  1. Amen, amen, amen. We is doomed.

    I did see the whole debate last night, though, and I say Hoo-RAH! about that. The whiners were lamenting all the fighting, but I thought it was GREAT. Finally, FINALLY, we are seeing real debate and the real faces of our candidates. And some of these guys are turning out to be fairly impressive. On the Republican side, anyway. Nobody will ever get Hillary off script, no matter how loud she’s forced to shout.


  2. Well, if they aren’t going to abide by it then let them kill it, than we can ignore it as well and make a real power grab. Lets start by setting up a Theocracy and outlawing proactive Atheism (ie get rid of the fatherless children who keep whining about “separation of Church and state” in order to persecute us), I think it is time to say “Deus Vault!” here in the states.