Fall of a great nation

There has recently been a lot chatter on the Herald Blog about whether conservatives or liberals are or are not fascists.  And while that pointless bit of name calling went on and on for days, Congressman Maxine Waters, a self avowed liberal Democrat from California, almost let the true liberal cat out of their SPCA approved pet carrier. 

Oops, did she say socialize

With Democrat Senator Obama running strong, our nation could be just one election away from true implementation of socialism.  We’d be over the hump towards communism.  What a glorious day for Democrats, liberals and progressives everywhere. 

Isn’t it about time that media cover the Democratic Party’s role in the rise of socialism in our nation?  After all, won’t future historians need material with which to study the fall of what once was a great nation?

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2 Responses to “Fall of a great nation”

  1. AFY says:

    The truth of the matter is classical Facism and communism are one in the same.

    Methinks there were little difference between Stalin or Hiltler in the way they governed or believed.

    Jonah book about Facism just shows that when so called good ideas are forced down a free people throats then the life of FREEDOM is choked out of all of us!


  2. Jay S. says:

    Stunning… stunning video clip. The look on her face of “oh my gosh I just committed political suicide” was priceless.

    I tend to think that the media covers it quite a bit, really. They just don’t use the “C” word or the “S” word. Think about it – have you seen a prominent media source that wasn’t strictly pro-Obama/pro-socialism? Sure there’s smaller media sources like Drudge and Newsmax. But the AP? Reuters? NY times? Washington Post?

    I suppose you could count Fox and WSJ as non-left biased papers. It’s certainly true of WSJ. I’m not personally sure of Fox, since I almost never watch TV news and don’t regularly check Fox’s printed (internet) news site.

    Anyway, my point being: the media covers it, but the media condones it and promotes it.

    As for the “facist” bit: I find that “fascist” is more often used as an epithet than a descriptor of the target’s social, economic, or political beliefs or actions. It’s become borne into our society for communist-leaners to inherently hate fascism – but truly, they label anything they disagree with as fascism, whether the label is appropriate or not.