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Why Democrats Win (Part II): Reversing the Narrative

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Photos by Vox Efx, (Note: Part 1 is here) The Democrat Party is not alone in its belief that the federal government exists to shape, mold, and control the composition of American society, but its vision of what America must become is by far the most idealistic and impossible of the Statist agendas in existence today. The Republican Establishment, too, has a Statist agenda know as Corporatism, which is also dangerous, unsustainable, and constitutionally objectionable on many levels. We’ll deal with the Republican elites at another time, since they do not have the support of their own constituencies. The Democrats, on the other hand, do have the support of their alliances and constituency groups, each seeking from government the power to enact their will in opposition to human nature and natural law.

You will discover that it will always require force and great amounts of wealth to thwart human nature and natural law. In fact, there will never be an end to the laws and regulations, to the inevitable fixes required to address the inescapable and “unintended” consequences, and the unending realization that the inequities of nature and the inequalities of individual character and skill provide perpetual excuses for further action and law. In other words, the Statists will never be satisfied. There will never be an end to their cause, since their cause exists to fix reality and nature. What makes Democrats so astonishingly dangerous is that their entire purpose for being is to change reality, which they cannot do. Their every policy is doomed to fail. Every law they pass will create more problems than it solves. They believe that because their ideals are good that their actions are just.

My friends, no action is just if it contradicts reality. No ideal is good if it is impossible. I’m not talking about arbitrary or temporary conditions. I’m talking about reality, defined by the laws of identity and causation.

Conservatives, Tea Party members, Constitutionalists, and Libertarians all seem to share an appreciation for certain facts that the Democrat Party, progressives, socialists, and the Republican Establishment seek to ignore. Our government has committed itself to spend more money than we can possibly take in. Our debt continues to skyrocket. This will cause serious (and quite real) problems for our economy today, tomorrow, and three decades from now. Accepting reality, we beg our representatives to put an end to the excessive spending and to roll back our most expensive programs (entitlements).

Meanwhile, President Obama is declaring an end to austerity! As if austerity was a state our government was or had experienced in the last twenty-five years. This is madness. It is an abrupt departure from reality. If I could say anything about the Democrat Party, it would be that their ideals are unrealistic and their policies cannot possibly do what they hope they will do. They are fools. Fighting reality and believing things that are not true is foolish. No matter how much faith they have that somehow, in someway, they will be able to execute and afford these programs which seek to change reality and reject nature, it’s impossible. There is nothing but misery down the path of blind political faith.

“It isn’t so much that liberals are ignorant. It’s just that they know so many things that aren’t so.” Ronald Reagan

 

Democrats are foolish and dangerous. Their ideals are disconnected from reality. Their faith in their purpose is contemptible, unreasonable, and destructive. I have nothing but contempt for Statists, because they are not smart, they are not responsible, they are not noble, and they are destroying our culture, our freedom, and our economy in pursuit of an ideal which cannot exist. They are not compassionate. They are not moral. They are anti-science, anti-education, anti-freedom. They are destructive, intolerant, and cruel. They place so much value on their own imaginary world that they are willing to deprive you of your life, liberty, and property, to deprive you of your Constitutional Republic, and to eviscerate our existence in pursuit of a fantasy. They hate the people that live in the real world. They hate people that don’t get in line. They are now using the power and guns of federal and state governments to intimidate those who do not go along.

Childish, intolerant, abusive idealists are not to be taken lightly. It is exactly this kind of being that has destroyed nations in the past. America is not immune.

An impossible Utopia is their “end” and this is supposed to justify their means, despite the impossibility of success. This is insane. It is irresponsible. It is dangerous. In many ways it is childish. They must be stopped.

About Steven Brodie Tucker

Graduated with a degree in Philosophy from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. Also studied economics and political science at George Mason.

2 Responses to “Why Democrats Win (Part II): Reversing the Narrative”

  1. Robert Shannon says:

    The progressives are largely made up of agnostics and atheists, and as such absent a belief in God they have a rather childish notion that perfection in mankind can be achieved by just tinkering “a little bit more” with the rules.
    Christians and those with a belief in a higher power, a creator know that man is imperfect, because he was designed that way, born into sin. No amount of laws or legislation can change that, therefore the pursuit of creating this “perfect world’ they seek here in this life is evidence of their folly.
    It explains why they continue in their futile efforts against any evidence to the contrary.
    Bob Shannon

    • That’s a fascinating interpretation. I’ve always come at this philosophically: I understand that nature obeys strict laws of identity and causation, and that you cannot make A = ~A. But you are correct, that if the Creator created a reality that there is no escaping it. Any attempt to escape it will cause unintended consequences too. So it seems there is both a philosophical and religious argument against tinkering with reality.

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    Tom White Says:

    Nothing is more conservative than a republican wanting to get their majority back. And nothing is more liberal than a republican WITH a majority.

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