Monday, June 18, 2012

Scott Walker declares, Republicans want a leader! What, not a president?

Democrats are second class citizens now, or hasn’t anyone noticed? We’re not good enough to run a country, so someone has to “take it back.” Republicans talk about our Republic, but really, run the country like a democracy, where a simple majority rules. This frightening empowered party, is no longer hiding its authoritarian intentions, and people love it.  WKOW:

So Scott Walker’s declaration that we need to be led by anyone is an insult that should chill any freedom loving American to the bone.
"We need someone to standup and lead and turn this country around," Gov. Walker told the crowd of about 200 at the Monterrey Mills textile factory. Gov. Walker said his embrace of the former Massachusetts Governor came after a recent meeting with him and some area small business owners.
Get that? Romney met with small business owners. You never read a whole lot about meetings with everyday people like, you know, the ones that create demand for those businesses. Walker and Romney are listening to the “people” who own businesses.
"I think he said all the right things and he's really listening to people.  I think that's something that gives him an advantage over the President," said Gov. Walker.
What Walker is describing is another iteration of fascism.
Fascism is a radical authoritarian nationalist political ideology. The fascist party and state is led by a supreme leader who exercises a dictatorship over the party, the government and other state institutions. Fascism claims to represent a synthesis of cohesive ideas previously divided between traditional political ideologies. To achieve its goals, the fascist state purges forces, ideas, people, and systems deemed to be the cause of decadence and degeneration. Fascism condemns liberal democracy for basing government legitimacy on quantity rather than quality, and for causing quarreling partisan politics. Fascists claim that their ideology is a trans-class movement, advocating resolution to domestic class conflict within a nation to secure national solidarity.

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