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Wednesday, January 4, 2017

Dinosaur Democrats Head for the Tar Pits



Dinosaur Democrats Head for the Tar Pits

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Former Senate Minority Leader Sen. Harry Reid (L) shares a moment with Vice President Joseph Biden (R) during Reid's leadership portrait unveiling ceremony December 8, 2016, on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. (Alex Wong/Getty Images)
By Chuck MorseWednesday, 04 Jan 2017 10:12 AMMore Posts by Chuck Morse
I’m looking forward to a new day in American politics. I can hardly wait for the old, regressive, race-baiting, dinosaur Democrats to head off to their cushy retirements, hopefully never to be heard from again. The age of moral equivocation is over, an age where President Obama could compare Islamic terror and murder to the Medieval Crusades at a Christian prayer breakfast and where Secretary of State John Kerry could thank the Iranian Mullah’s for humiliating the American Navy.
Say what you will about President-elect Donald Trump, we can all rest assured that we have in Trump a president who will put America first. Hallelujah! Unlike Obama, Trump identifies the enemy, contrasts the inferiority of the enemy with our superior way of life, and then neutralizes the threat. Unlike Kerry and other Democrats of his ilk, Trump does not speak with a phony British accent. He does not engage in the vague language of obfuscation and double-talk. French scholar Alain Besancon called this type of demagogic cant "the language of ideology…The official vocabulary."
On their way out the door, Obama and Kerry took one more spiteful jab at the State of Israel which showed their true colors, a contempt not only for faith and sovereignty but also, and indirectly, a rage against America and capitalism. Their regressive policies deliberately weakened the United States and our natural optimistic sense of exceptionalism which they tried to exchange for a dumbing down. They thought Americans would not notice as they pushed our nation and our culture toward the morass of mediocrity. Now that they have lost they are suddenly making a lot of noise while we show them the door and bid them good riddance.
Other Democrat dinosaurs heading to the tar pits and to obscurity include Senator Harry Reid, who dependably played the race card and who would occasionally stand up on his hind legs and lie as he did when he announced that Mitt Romney had never paid taxes. Reps. Nancy Pelosi and Steny Hoyer, both pushing 80, both accomplished practitioners of the race dialectic, are hopefully not far behind Reid.
But, most gratefully, and at long last, Trump vanquished the corrupt Clinton machine with their racket foundations which should still be investigated. He saved us from their ongoing scandals, always covered up by the liberal establishment they served so well. While he was at it Trump also ended the Bush dynasty with their perpetual wars and their "no new taxes." We can look forward to more of them heading off to the tar pits in the coming years. Perhaps their numbers might even dwindle in the direction of extinction although that would be wishful thinking.
Chuck Morse is an author and radio talk show host. Chuck received the 2003 Communicator of the Year award from the National Right to Work Committee and was named a "Heavy 100" Radio Talk Host by Talkers Magazine. Chuck ran for Congress in Massachusetts against Barney Frank. For more of his reports — Click Here Now.

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