Thursday, January 04, 2007

They Are Among Us

The steady and mesmerizing song of defeatism and deprecation coming from the left in this country has made inroads into all parts of our society. They are among us.

Their hatred of anything American or connected to Bush is so overwhelming that they can't think or see straight.

They lockstep into every issue and celebrate the hive-mind concept while condemning it in others. They are the real fascists and that scares the hell out of me.

Nothing is sacred, nothing has honor and nothing is immune from their vicious attacks. They are extremely dangerous, since they have made headway in America thanks to their cohorts in the main stream media. Their corruption has seeped into the government, the media, the people and even into some of the military.

The poison they and their kind spread is lasting and deadly to our nation. Their vocal, shrill representatives in the media and the government are constantly harping in the background and it errodes everything we are supposed to stand for. There can be a very real and appropriate comparison between them and the terror cells in the middle east and around the world. Their political tactics are the same, although they are not now violent, and their goals have the same ends as the radical muslims, the destruction of America as a concept and as a country.

I wish I could feel secure in my patriotism and have faith that the good in this country will win in the end, but everything that has happened here since the 1960's has shaken my confidence. We must never underestimate them or marginalize them. They make Al-Qaeda look like a kindergarten class. They know who they are, they know their direction and they are keeping their eye on their goal. We are not.

May God eventually grant us the wisdom to see our enemies, for they are among us.

For further commentary on this topic, see the following link at Andi's World.


Blogger Rebekah said...

I was so hoping that the Media would be proven wrong yesterday and Nancy would not be the Speaker. Guess not

7:39 AM  
Blogger Frank Staheli said...

Some of my liberal friends fit this category. It is not a matter of them simply questioning his reasons for going into Iraq. It is their utter hatred of the man that won't allow them to take anything else into consideration.

I don't think they really do--but it comes across that they hate the troops and they think Iraqis are sub-human and not worth defending.

9:37 AM  

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