Saturday, July 26, 2008

The Audacity of Dissent

This is what senator and presidential nominee John Kerry said about dissent in one of his speeches, justifying his pathetic use of a war time conflict to propel his political career.

Dissenters are not always right, but it is always a warning sign when they are accused of unpatriotic sentiments by politicians seeking a safe harbor from debate, from accountability, or from the simple truth. - Sen. John Kerry
Of course you cannot fault those who have a certain 'ideology', for enthusiastically supporting that ideology. I sure would hope that the “Dissent is Patriotic” party would never attempt to deny that patriotic right within their own bureacratic process.

Oh, wait a minute. That is exactly what they just did.

Democrats Banish Clinton Delegate Who is Now Undecided

So much for the enfranchisement of free thinking and free voting. I'm sure their hearts and feelings were well placed for the overall benefit of the proletariat.


Wyatt Earp said...

Cue The Mummy: Dem-o-crat . . . Dem-o-crat . .

RT said...

Why is it every time my mind's eye imagines the goings on of the liberal set I always see a playground with whining children saying, "It's not fair! I want my way!"????? HUH?

Ssssteve said...

You know, What is good for me is not good for you! right? I mean thats how they do it.

Insolublog said...

Wyatt- If it's an un-wed Mummy, it can get welfare benifits.

rt - Life's not fair. It never will be. It never will be, because some people achieve more than others, contribute more than others and whine less than others. Whining brats will never accept that fact.

sssteve - It all depends on how enlightened you are, and how much diesel you need in your pleasure boat, to stay enlightened. Just ask Al Gore.