Monday, October 26, 2015

Collaboration?

Failed GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney lamented that the demise of traditional media is empowering Republican “insurgents” and preventing establishment Republicans from compromising more with Democrats.

As the Republican establishment is trying convince Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI) . . . to run for House Speaker, Romney told David Axelrod on a recent “The Axe Files” podcast that the “extremes within our respective parties are having a louder and louder voice and demanding more attention” and “immediate action” as opposed to more “collaborative action.”[1]

The best thing to happen to the modern world has been the arrival of alternate media. It's driven the sellout MSM to the wall financially and given a voice for populism while it has exposed the lies of the establishment press. Romney and Ryan, however, see this as a negative.

They are also oblivious to the reason for any polarization, namely, the failure of RINOs to actually DO anything with the power they were handed and their complete silence on any major problem facing the country, such as, oh, our undeclared war on Syria and our failure to seal our border. The country is at a crisis point politically and economically. We are at the tipping point where the presently-inevitable shift in the demographic balance will change America forever. The federal deficit has soared to insane levels and our ruinous military adventurism and dabbling in the Middle East political and religious swamp continues with the aid of money borrowed from communist China.

The silence on all of this is deafening and millions of voters have noticed.

These two zeroes, Romney and Ryan, furthermore see success in the political world as being premised on collaboration with the Dems. In other words, they think the way to succeed is collaborate with the American ultra left. It's as though "success" -- according to vague (and most assuredly establishment) norms -- is the only goal worth striving for, not victory. But victory implies that there was a battle over irreconcilable goals and values. Clearly, there is nothing involving RINOs and Dems that is irreconcilable.

To drive that point home there's this from the same article:

. . . Romney said there are others who think that the “best approach is to see if we can’t find common ground with the people across the aisle.” [2]
And these are leaders in the Republican firmament.

If it isn't the stupidity of Republican, of which there is ample evidence, it's the weakness and the flabbiness. I despise this never-ending GOPe passivity, gutlessness, and surrender in the face of lies and betrayal.

Notes
[1] "Mitt Romney: Demise of Legacy Media Empowering Conservative ‘Insurgents,’ Preventing More ‘Collaborative Action.’" By Tony Lee, Breitbart.com, 10/20/15 (formatting and some kind of ranking percentage for Ryan omitted).
[2] Id. (Emphasis added.)

2 comments:

Andy Texan said...

This is not stupidity on the part of Romney and Ryan. They are on the same side with the dimocrats: one world global government. Along with the Bushes, the Obamas and Clintons, they have seen the light and are moving toward it: worldwide feudalism with a new aristocracy at the top.

Col. B. Bunny said...

How can I disagree? "Blume in Love" was an interesting movie about a man who cheats on his wife and she just abruptly moves out. The good part of the movie is seeing him come to the realization that he messed up. (The way in which he gets her back is absurd and ruins an otherwise good movie.) Not a few humans have thought that the grass is greener and found out otherwise to their later chagrin.

With these one-worlders the supposedly green grass is not all that clearly green and luscious. Just what is this new and improved way to govern humans and the planet? The Constitution that's being abandoned seems manifestly superior to that, but these jokers scheme every waking moment to trash it. Throw it in the wheely bin as the British might say.

At least for Mr. Blum the woman with whom he strayed was attractive. I could understand the attraction but here?