Sunday, November 23, 2008

Republicans, Conservatives Continue to Fall on Their Own Double Edged Sword

Did you know there really isn't anything wrong with the Republican Party? It’s not their policies that are unsuccessful, it’s America's policies that needs fixing. That is the opinion of rising Republican star Gov. Bobby Jindal. The party of infallibility has learned nothing from the last 8 to 10 years. For them, it just needs to be a repackaged partisan agenda based on extremist social issues like gays, guns, God and ideology.

According to 2theadvocate:

Gov. Bobby Jindal told a “family values” crowd that he came to Iowa to talk about the American culture, not politics. The governor acknowledged the criticism that the GOP is evolving into a party of big government spending and Wall Street bailouts. He said America needs to be fixed, not the Republican Party.

America needs to be fixed? Does Jindal mean to say there is something wrong with it? He wants to change this great country of ours? I thought only liberals hated America enough to want to “fix it?” Is this another case of conservative hypocrisy?

At the incredibly entertaining and seriously ridiculous blog, dissectleft, this claim is made:
“Leftists hate the world around them and want to change it."

Somebody better tell Gov. Jindal. In fact....
Jindal blamed the economic meltdown on unchecked greed. He criticized what he sees as a coarsening of culture.

Jindal doesn't love America, but clings to his ideological fantasy of what America could become if it were less greedy. We don’t need additional regulations; we just need to convince people to voluntarily give up their greed in the face of obtaining untold wealth. It’s that easy. Or as dissectleft would say:
American liberals don't love America. They despise it. All they love is their own fantasy of what America could become. They are false patriots.”

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