Wednesday, November 13, 2013

A “More Governable” GOP

Liberals show us how incoherent, nut-filled thinking brings you to an intellectual cul-de-sac. Leftwing Ducky laughed the other day that Big Business had turned against the tea party.  I investigated, and he is right.  All quotes are from the article, Business Lobby Seeks a More "Governable" GOP
Even before Democrat Terry McAuliffe narrowly defeated Republican Ken Cuccinelli in the Virginia governor’s race, lobbyists representing the business community were rethinking their relationship with the GOP and planning to challenge conservative incumbents in next year’s primaries.

Their goal: to replace principled conservatives with candidates who will be more protective of Big Business interests. As U.S. Chamber of Commerce President Tom Donohue put it, his group will get involved in primary races to produce a “more governable Republican party.”
Why are committed leftists sneering at tea partiers who are fed up with government-sponsored crony crapitalism? Perhaps it’s because Big Biz has already bought a “more governable” (and more progressive) DC corporatocracy, and they don't want the GOP screwing it up.  The GOP may have been the party of the plutocracy 100 years ago, but now, both parties are bought and paid for, with the possible exceptions of Senators Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren.
Conservatives are ready to double down in their war against out-of-control-government spending and corporate welfare. All Americans -- including those in business -- should join the battle. A GOP "more governable" by special interests is not a vision of a great future; it’s the beginning of the end.
So Ducky’s on the side of big business, now? Actually, he’s not. He’s on the side of a corporatist Big Government that strolls through the neighborhood of our lives, rolling with its Big Business gangster cronies. If you are for Big Government, you are de facto for Big Business.  They are locked in an inseparable pornographic embrace, and both stand firmly against free market capitalism.
In the real world, however, entrenched corporate elites have always viewed conservatives with some trepidation. Now their lobbyists are readying for war against those who promote principles like limited government, free enterprise, and individual liberty. And liberals are cheering them on.
Conservatives are standing against Big Corporations and their crony crapitalism. If liberal democrats could grow a set and join us, we could fundamentally change the country.

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