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Thursday, October 19, 2006

What The Democrats Hath Wrought

Victor Davis Hanson opines on the wild, irrational state of the modern liberal. With no ideas that are palatable to the majority of Americans (more entitlements, higher taxes to pay for them, gay marriage, de facto quotas in affirmative action, open borders, abortion on demand, and radical secularism), the liberals have resorted to blunt, personal attacks to distract the electorate from the issues. They have created a large, unruly mass of moonbats on the far left that is more out of control than the Republican equivilent (the "religious right") has ever been. In short, they've created a monster and it will come to Washington with them if they gain back their coveted power.
To compensate, leftist pundits, billionaire philanthropists and politicians, from current officeholders to ex-presidents, work to ensure that isolated moments of Republican ineptness (George Bush strutting on a carrier deck in his flight suit) and wrongdoing (repulsive e-mails from a perverted Congressman Mark Foley) blare out as the only issues of the day. This distracting drumbeat, not their own agenda, is the only strategy for success in the next election.

True, reactionaries in the 1990s expressed a Neanderthal hatred of Bill Clinton. But now shouting leftists have lowered the bar. The danger, of course, is that by emulating the rhetoric of a Cindy Sheehan or Michael Moore, the feral Democrats - when they come back into power again as tamed leaders who must govern - will have created Frankensteins. And, as we know, such monsters always turn on their creators.
To quote a famous Doctor: "The form of the monster on whom I had bestowed existence was forever before my eyes, and I raved incessantly concerning him." ~ Victor von Frankenstein.

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