Don’t Blame the Republicans
Republicans are turning against themselves and announcing that they didn’t do a good enough job against the Democrats in the last election and therefore they are just as bad.
That’s as stupid as saying that the victim of a rape is at fault because she should have put up a better fight.
Didn’t the Republicans ever stop to think that the rapist Democrats lied, cheated, convinced undereducated minorities and seduced little girls who had no political education.
Don’t the Republicans, Tea Party or not, realize that Obama is the reincarnated spirit of the half dead Beatles who sang “Yesterday” while he reincarnated the irresponsibility of the hippies and sold the spirit of false rhetoric from a fruit stand on the corner of confused sexuality?
Obama raped our traditions and impregnated us with progressivism while he handed out failed condoms. He became big government and the leader of the church by demanding Obama care provide contraception.
You can’t blame the raped for getting raped. Beauty is a temptation to the sick, prurient progressives. When you are liberal you can forgive yourself for anything. Your borders and traditions are transitional. You do what you do because you are entitled.
Liberals do not define themselves by what they do. They define themselves by who they imagine they are.
They talk. Then they walk away from the consequences.
You can’t blame the Republicans for getting stripped in the parking lot. We tried to stop Obama’s liberalism. If we failed, we failed. Don’t blame our intelligence. Blame the contagious stupidity of the Democrats and their mass hysteria for an ignorant, inexperienced leader.
You must blame the gang bangers not the naked failed country lying on the street at dawn, waking up from the violence of Obama’s naïve, hysterical policies and his thugs.
David Lawrence has a Ph.D. in literature. He has published over 300 blogs, 600 poems, a memoir “The King of White-Collar Boxing,” several books of poems, including “Lane Changes.” Both can be purchased on Amazon.com. He was a professional boxer and a CEO. Last year he was listed in New York Magazine as the 41st reason to love New York.