Why I Stepped Back From Politics

This post’s topic reported by Michelle of Reformed Chicks Blabbing examples the atmosphere of present day politics. It has become not just Rottwieler viciousness, which you sort of expect, but deceit and lies as the everyday fare served up by salivating wolves for power.

Pessimistic conservatives think that Hillary has it wrapped up, but I think the Democrats are in danger of hanging themselves with their own ropes if they don’t leash their dogs of [anti-]war. Their poster children are turning into Chuckie dolls that don’t just go away quietly when unwanted. Sheehan, and now this “Army Ranger Jesse MacBeth”.

Don’t look for any retractions, by the way. Not from the anti-war left, the anti-military Drive-By Media, or the Arabic websites that spread Jesse MacBeth’s lies about our troops, because the truth for the left is fiction that serves their purpose. They have to lie about such atrocities because they can’t find any that fit the template of the way they see the US military. In other words, for the American anti-war left, the greatest inconvenience they face is the truth. ~Rush Limbaugh

You know, here I am … not at all pro-war*, but the antics of the Left are leaving me cold. I will vote for a pro-war candidate who is honest about it rather than an underground Democrat who thinks they need to to rule the world by their Machiavellian strategies. I don’t need no Big Brother. Thanks, anyway.

But let’s face it, the Republicans have completely blown their advantage. I find none I am behind in this juncture. So I don’t have many things to say about the political scene at this time. Find me something I can believe in on the political platform, cause I just don’t see it right now.

*Basically been a convinced pacifist as an individual – but made exception for a government’s need to maintain security for it’s people.