Almost daily we are informed about some new electronic marvel that will make our lives better. Whether it is in cyberspace, music, literature, telephones, communication, storage, autobiographical info, personal indulgent data, ad infinitum, I ask you to consider --just consider and ponder-- the following...
Use any search engine to find tons of undemocratic material posted by the right-wing, the neocon thugs. [see below for a suggestion] They tell you how to stop any health care reform. They suggest that you go to town hall meetings of U.S. Senators and Congresspersons, disperse in the crowd to make you look like a bigger group, and then begin shouting as soon as the town hall opens for questions. And keep shouting and shout louder and be more aggressive and threatening to the leader of the town hall. This is the "democracy" of the right wing in America. It is exactly how the Nazis came to power in Germany. They turned democratic gatherings into melees and disruptive fights. There is no room for the opinions of others. There is no room for democracy for the right-wing, period.
As Rush Limbaugh refers to Obama's plans as Nazi, he totally misunderstands what Nazi philosophy is. It is an extreme right-wing perspective. I don't think even Rush thinks Obama is a extreme right-winger. I guess trying to label Obama as a socialist didn't work, so try the other direction. Sad.
"We have among us a class of mammon worshippers whose one test of conservatism or radicalism is the attitude one takes with respect to accumulated wealth. Whatever tends to preserve the wealth of the wealthy is called conservatism, and whatever favors anything else, no matter what, they call socialism." -Ronald T. Ely
After years of carrying the pure banner of Christian principles and family values, the conservatives have been uncovered for their two-faced lives. Hypocrisy, found in both political parties, was used majestically by the conservatives. They condemned every moral slip by "the other guy." JFK, Teddy Kennedy, Bill Clinton were favorite targets of the hypocritical right-wing. But as immorality and double-standards in the right-wing became abundantly clear, there is now a hint that their judging the other guy may stop. There is hope. But those who practice such two-faced lying hold onto their deception firmly.