Tuesday, July 1, 2008

The Church of Sardis and presidential elections

Beginning with the 1988 presidential election, the Democrats have chosen their most liberal candidate as their nominee. The Republicans have responded by giving their nomination to their most liberal candidate. This strategy by the Democrats is not designed to actually win them the election. It has a bigger purpose. It moves the contest to the left and now in 2008 they have achieved their goal: the entire discussion, argument, contest, etc., between the Democrats and Republicans is entirely to the left of center. For the first time in U.S. presidential election history, both candidates are leftists. The Democrats now cannot lose. And the people who vote Republican have accomplished this for them by refusing, election after election, to nominate the conservative candidate. Their reply to the question of why they won't vote for a conservative, "Because he can't win" has become a self-fulfilling prophecy.



Since the Republicans have shirked their duty to conservatives, Bob Barr has responded and is now running for president as the only conservative on the ballot. If the conservatives don't vote for him though, he won't lose. They will. And the trend that began in 1988 of each president being more to the left than his immediate predecessor will continue.



The Republicans, after they lose in 2008, will ensure that the trend continues in 2012 by nominating someone even more liberal than John McCain, thinking that the country is moving to the left with the election of Obama. The only conservative party left on the national level is the Libertarians. There will never be another conservative president unless the Church of Sardis wakes up and repents of voting Republican.

1 Comments:

At July 1, 2008 at 10:30 AM , Blogger The Chief, said...

Now this is true the country has moved to the left because of this election. The problem is in a democracy the whores in gov't can passify the whores in the voting blocks by promising them the most goodies. As all democracies go - sooner or later they will crush economically and socially themselves from within. Ah Democracy was created by pagans for pagans. Trying to wedge the Christian into a pagan form of gov't will always result in failure.

 

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