Saturday Morning Ramblings – Putting the Human back into Humanity

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Recently, actually before the election, I took to viewing liberal blogs, tweets and FaceBook pages.  What I found was astounding in the fact, the comments mirrored our local posters almost to a tee.

Take for example, what was written immediately after Mia Love spoke at the Republican Convention.  The “N” word flowed like a flood.  Ranging from Aunt Tom to a house “N” and other misguided, vulgar and very racist comments spewing from what was obvious leftist liberal sites.    Here was an articulate, beautiful, conservative woman running on a ticket not theirs.  In my opinion, color, race, ethnicity and gender respect is only applied if the liberal party can get a vote.  Outside of that, everyone else is racist, except for those calling a conservative woman the “N” word, then it is perfectly acceptable.

What?  Is that a double standard or are they themselves really racists in their heart?  I believe it is both.  It’s obvious to most that being a racist applies to anyone who may be different than you and hating the person for it.  The liberal takes it further, and applies the hatred towards a Republican, Conservative, Independent or person of color or gender which happens to not agree with your views.

Putting Human back Into Humanity.

How do you determine if you are truly a racist?  The answer is simple.   Examine the words of Martin Luther King, Jr. in his speech “I have a Dream.”

I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character.

Was Mia Love judged on the content of her character or the color of her skin?  Obviously, her character does not align with the liberal’s idea of character.  That’s  a given.  But, it went further as those posting their hideous comments did not hesitate to use racial slurs.  They failed the test.

Indiana’s current Governor Mitch Daniels is leaving office and taking a position as president of Purdue University.  Daniels has both his supporters and critics weighing in on his new position.  One comment on the local newspaper was disturbing as the person, who’s first name is “Bobby” hoped Daniels would have a heart attack and die.     A local columnist, penned a piece on Republican Senator Eckerty.  In the public comment section, “J. Rich” posted “He doesn’t deserve the air he breaths.”

If you believe it is just Republicans that deserve nothing better than a painful death, that’s just not the case.  An accurate description of a city council person ending with the “wish she would die in a car accident” was posted on the local newspaper.    If you don’t mirror their ideals, agree with their views and stroke their egos, an untimely demise is welcomed.

But the words you speak come from the heart—that’s what defiles you.

Certainly, I am no fan of current Commissioner Todd Donati.  I believe he is the worse commissioner our county has seen.  He should be removed at the polls not in a brutal death.  Mayor Tyler was hospitalized a few months ago, and although he is not my choice for mayor, I would hate for the man to be in pain or die.    I’ll try to end his political life at the polls, and leave his earthly life to God.  I can’t even imagine thinking pain, death or personal calamity upon anyone, let alone putting it in writing on a social media site.

This type of behavior is not native to the local area only.  Imagine the shock when the same type of conversation was found on the national level.  It appears the lack of Human in Humanity is a wide spread problem and far more prevalent than it was  five years ago.  Sure, nutcases can be found in every segment of society, that’s undeniable.  Still this isn’t a few rogue people but a whole societal movement encompassing a large portion of our voting population.  We as a nation are facing plethora of crisis, from the fiscal cliff to the possible bankruptcy of Social Security at some point, we must take some responsibility for the mess we’re in.

Can we blame the elected officials for the state of our country?  Yes, to an extent.  However, the majority of officials have been placed in those positions by simply pulling a lever at the polls.  The character of our government is a direct reflection of the character of our citizens and the demise of our country.  True wisdom never perishes and the words of James A. Garfield over 100 years ago still rings true today.

Now, more than ever before, the people are responsible for the character of their Congress.  If that body be ignorant, reckless, and corrupt, it is because the people tolerate ignorance, recklessness and corruption.   If it be intelligent, brave, and pure, it is because the people demand these high qualities to represent them in the national legislature…

If the next centennial does not find us a great nation… it will be because those who represent the enterprise, the culture, and the morality of the nation do not aid in controlling the political forces.

And while I am on my rant, let’s talk about the undying devotion the liberals have to government and their leaders.  Government is their savior, and it doesn’t matter how many times the Constitution is violated or how the government is quickly evolving into what our Founding Fathers warned and fought against.    Their love is unfettered.  We may have asked how Hitler was able to control the German people and remove million of people from this earth?  Undying devotion, the need to find someone to blame for the fiscal problems, and then the “war” on its citizens began.    An effort so effectively executed upon an unsuspected nation through media, word of mouth and fear tactics eventually ending in death camps and ovens.  A subtle plan…think about it.

It’s a cult-like devotion and you better not get in the way of that devotion lest you be told you don’t deserve the air you breath.


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