Tuesday, March 11, 2008

The Spitzer Syndrome

Any cursory survey of the Yellow Pages, local want ads, or other information resource will reveal a plethora of sex for hire businesses. Something special, remarkable; no of course not. What is remarkable is the demonstration of Democrat party confusion regarding morality. For example had Elliot Spitzer been a neo-con, despicable, Republican the reaction would be quite different. Oh yes, Spitzer will go in disgrace but it will a personal tragedy of the first water as opposed to the exposure of a hypocritical "Sheriff Of Wall Street". Will Larry Flynt berate Spitzer?

The culture of corruption that sent the Republican congress packing in 2006 has been replaced by another culture of corruption; this a Democrat one. The wonder is that the level of American political thought can be so vacuous when the nation's position in the world is considered. That human nature should automatically be counteracted by the results of any election. There are honorable, honest, dedicated members of Congress; they are junior in rank and have yet to be infected by the temptations of power. Yet the US body politic keeps voting for expectations of change and honesty; the results are always the same. This is the cliched definition of insanity.

The stress of gaining power is causing the Democrat party to reveal its true racist, homophobic, sexist, nature. Clinton and her satraps are constantly conjuring images of black thuggery and incompetence. The new governor of New York State will be light skinned black man; one whose candidacy was only weakly supported by the state party. Ironically the most diverse party is the Republican Party, unfortunately Republican leadership is too weak to make a point of this. If
Obama were a Republican he would be supported by the party if his ideas were in line with its philosophy.

As a Democrat Obama is the object of not so subtle references to his race and all the social undercurrents that go along with such acts. In the Democrat Party personal power is the object of the exercise; the good of the nation is secondary. Republicans foolishly think that most people will act in their own best interests. Perhaps singly that might work, but in a conformist, poorly educated mass there is no chance.

Elliot Spitzer is the microcosm of the Democrat Party, his arrogance and self-indulgence (sometimes called hubris) made his present situation inevitable. His fall won't be mourned which must be a lesson to Jack Murtha, Robert Byrd, Teddy Kennedy, Nancy Pelosi, or Harry Reid. There are others of course but the leadership is so corrupt and beholden to special interest that they have mortgaged the Party's future to George Soros and Move On. Org.

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