According to a new survey, Democrats did not support airstrikes in Syria when Obama was President or when Trump was President, by almost the exact same percentage. Republicans, on the other hand, were hugely against them when Obama was President and hugely in favor of them when Trump was President.
Is there any other conclusion to draw other than Democrats actually stand for something and Republicans are flaming hypocrites?
And there are plenty other examples. When they block a Supreme Court nominee, it’s fine — when we try, we’re subverting the Constitution; They like “Romneycare” when they propose it — they hate it when we propose it; When Obama takes golf vacations it’s terrible — when Trump takes them it’s no big deal; When Hillary uses a private server, they shout “lock her up” — when Trump does, it hardly makes the news….
I could go on and on.
Republicans are suing Obama because he is doing his job, and everything else they have tried in order to stop him from doing his job hasn’t worked.
“He’s using Executive Orders to accomplish things!” they scream, as if no other President has ever done that before. They are once again ignoring reality, in that Obama’s use of Executive Orders is far less than any President since Grover Cleveland.
If only Romney had been elected, they say, we wouldn’t have to do this! You all remember Mitt Romney — the man who promised that on day one of his Presidency, he would use an Executive Order to cancel Obamacare (a/k/a “Romneycare”) despite it having been passed by the House and Senate and confirmed by the Supreme Court.
Do I need to point out that absolutely none of Obama’s Executive Orders have cancelled or overturned laws that were passed? Talk about a tyranny! Can you imagine a President saying “I don’t care that a majority of Americans through their representatives have passed this bill; I have the power of a King to cancel anything I damn well please.” That was Romney’s promise in a nutshell, wasn’t it?
The difference, of course, is that the Republicans’ outrage against these things is only limited to when the President is a Democrat. Republican presidents can do whatever they want.
Why does anyone take these traitors seriously?
It’s bad enough when they literally talk about secession when they don’t get their way. And when they encourage gun owners to break the law if they don’t like it. Or support right-wing zealots who talk about killing the President as if that were a patriotic thing to do. And then they support a rich rancher who gives the law a middle finger and literally says he does not acknowledge the existence of the United States. Quite often, many of these people fly the flag of the traitors who declared war against our country so they could keep humans in slavery, and they’re proud of that fact.
And then they proclaim, with a straight face, that they love America and are patriots.
Well, no. No, they don’t and no they aren’t. People who love America do not declare treason against it.
Don’t get me wrong — this isn’t just about free speech. They have every right to protest and speak out against government policies they don’t like. And hey, there’s even a place for peaceful protests and civil disobedience.
This is none of those things.
We need to speak up and tell these people that they do not represent the views of honest, patriotic Americans. And we need to call out these hypocrites who yelled “traitor” whenever anyone ever said anything bad about George W. Bush. (Ann Coulter even wrote a book on that topic, yet she remains completely silent about real actual examples done by people she happens to agree with.)
You know this is true: If people on the left were doing the things mentioned above, the right would be the first to call them traitors.
And this time, they’d be right.