"People will do anything to remain politically correct, even if it means losing their rear end... "
The internet has really been a boom for the Left. With immediate excoriating, shaming, marginalizing, and ridiculing of anyone who opposes their world view. .
It seems to work. Who wants their face going around the world being shamed
Couldn't have come at a worse time for America.
The Right cannot compete. Just can't.
Even Fox is in retreat. I didn't hear much comment at all about the recent SCOTUS decisions. Almost like they ignored them.
Must be hoping for JEB. Appease appease appease while the LEFT keeps moving forward with their shoulders in driving us back with zero thoughts of retreat.
Yes the internet helps them but helps us more in the sense that they have a monopoly on almost everything else.
The so-called news on conservative radio, separate from the shows, comes with all the bias of the regular networks - and it drives me nuts. They need a Mark Levin type to hit pause after every idiocy and set them straight or at least present the other side with it. Sometimes Fox News could use that too.
Chris Christy says we need more compromise. Speaking of Mark Levin, I heard his reaction to Christy: Compromise isn't a principle. Compromise isn't a vision. Compromise on what? With whom? Compromise is what we do now; it's what got us where we are.
The contradiction between how far left the left has gone / how left we have become, and the fact the Republicans have taken back the House, the Senate and the state houses is astounding. Yet liberalism is still the driving and governing force. Conservatism of a sort is starting to win again elsewhere around the globe as well. As GM said, we are fcuked. Either that or the table has almost never been set so perfectly for a real leader to emerge and persuasively make the case for a resurgence of freedom and prosperity.
We are looking for something like a Reagan - without the Anthony Kennedy appointment! If I were Marco Rubio or any of the others I would offer to put Ted Cruz on the Supreme Court.