Thursday, February 23, 2012

So What's Changed?

Contrary to what the democrats and their left wing arm leads citizens to believe, back in the Jim Crow days of segregation and racism, it was the democrat party that was guilty of attempting to block the legislation enacted by republicans to end the reign of terror inflicted upon the black community. You would think the way they point fingers and attempt to lay blame on the republican party that the opposite was true. In fact throughout history it was the republican party that has championed legislation to end racist attitudes in this great nation. But low and behold it's always the democrats that point the finger and cry "racist" when our latest President and republicans disagree. Let's see if anything has actually changed....

One of the tenants of a racist attitude is to stereo-type people. They assume because of nationality, creed, or color they can define them as alike. I'm sure you've heard some of these ugly generalizations passed down by ignorant individuals used in a derogatory manner. This unsightly behavior is summarized as bigotry.

With that in mind have you ever heard a conservative attempt to diminish another because of their faith? I'm sure there might be a few, but we can stereo-type them and assume the better part of them firmly believe in religion. It seems to help define a conservative. I've never heard one bash the Jewish faith as has become so common in our society of late. I've often heard conservatives insist we protect people's right to freely express their faith. So where does all the complaining about separation of church and state come from?

The left has transformed their bigotry from race to creed. While a conservative will always understand a person's right to express even the Atheistic view of absence of religion, it's always the liberals who insist on a secular view. That's not to say all left wingers are not Christian, but there is a hatred of religion prevalent in most liberal's platform. They have become religious bigots, and now their focus is pointed toward believer's of faith. Look at the signs during the occupy Wall Street demonstrations and the hatred they reflect toward the Jewish community. Have you heard of a conservative acting in that manner? How about the openly public display of indifference toward the Catholic faith when it comes to abortion and contraception? Look toward the hostility they express toward the Evangelical or Christian voting block. Is this not blatant religious bigotry? There are those in the liberal sect that because of their secular belief openly discriminate against those of faith. How does that differ from the open discrimination of the same party back in the Jim Crow era? Hate is hate, it doesn't know color, creed, or nationality.

God Bless!
Capt. Bill

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