“The Republicans are bigots, racists, sexists and homophobes”
During a debate sparked by Danish D’souza’s documentary “Hillary’s America: The Secret History of the Democratic Party.” An individual stated, despite the Democratic Party’s past affiliations, history and political figures, that
“The Republican Party, mainly Conservatives, is comprised of bigots, racists, sexists and homophobes.”
In order to supposedly prove this viewpoint as fact, I was asked to name one gay political figure that I publicly support. I guess the idea behind this is that if I am unable to name a gay political figure that this makes me homophobic?
Let me start by stating that I fail to understand the underlying logic of the test. How does an answer or lack thereof show that I am or am not homophobic, anti-gay, a bigot, racist and/or sexist? To be honest, I was more interested in why this individual believes the allegations than answering the question posed. Was it due to education or lack of education, indoctrination, liberal propaganda, peers, the Democratic Party? What was the reasoning, data and/or event that spawned these allegations?
Although history has several disturbing factual events that link racism, sexism, etc. directly to the Democratic Party, somehow the Republican Party is the party to blame for such acts. I fail to understand how someone can dismiss factually sound historical data such as the liberal foundation of the KKK and the Eugenics employed by Planned Parenthood. In fact, Planned Parenthood’s democratic founder, Margaret Sanger, incorporated Eugenics into Planned Parenthood, oh and she has strong ties to the KKK which was founded and organized by none other than the Democratic Party. This alone should make us ponder the true intentions of Planned Parenthood and the Democratic Party.
The roots of “Gun Control” can be traced back to racism as well. We all know to well the party that pushes the gun control agenda. Gun control was originally designed to prevent guns from making their way into the hands of minorities or more specifically, African Americans. Any attempts to abolish such gun control measures were and are still met by the fierce opposition of the Democratic Party.
I can go on and on quoting history but it does not matter when history is so easily dismissed by the Democratic Party. I can accept that liberal indoctrination plays a significant role in support of this point of view but in this day and age of hand held internet enabled devices, it is hard to understand.
The Republican Party played a positive role in US Civil Rights so why do people affiliated with the Democratic Party FEEL that the Republican Party is the party of racism and sexism? To be fair and for the record, you are going to find racism and sexism in the Republican Party as well. I have no trouble admitting that people, regardless of political affiliation, will have biases up to and including racism and sexism. I personally can identify specific points in US history that show that the Republican Party played a role in early racism and sexism but these times have long since passed.
What surprises me is the flat out blaming of the Republican Party which just so happens to be the Party of the “Emancipation Proclamation” that eventually resulted in the abolishment of slavery and the original authors of the Civil Rights Act of 1875 which was later incorporated into the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and 1968.
People have stated that I have my facts wrong in regards to the Civil Rights Act. So let me shed some light on the subject The Civil Rights Act of 1964 was a bipartisan bill that was supported by the majority of both the Democratic and Republican parties.
What Democrats fail to divulge is that the Civil Rights Act of 1964 is a parrot of the original Civil Rights Act. Provisions contained in the Civil Rights Act of 1875 were later adopted by Congress during the Civil Rights Movement as part of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Civil Rights Act of 1968. I will let you guess as to which Party authored the act.
To be completely honest, if people did their historical research then the majority of us would not want to be affiliated with either party. I am one of those people. I consider myself a Constitutionalist, meaning that I believe in; Our founding fathers, the literal interpretation of the United States Constitution (–See note A.1–), The “Federalist Papers” (–See note A.2–), a small and limited government, the “Bill of Rights” (The amendments of the Bill of Rights do NOT give us rights but rather protects inalienable rights from government intrusion. (–See note A.3–). a self-governing society and a free market place.
The following notes is a more detailed explanation of Constitutionalist including details of the beliefs listed in the above paragraph.
A.1: As a Constitutionalist, it is important to Interpret the Constitution in the context of the time it was authored. For example, The AR-15 is in fact the musket of our time. If the AR-15 had been the popular rifle at the time the Constitution was authored and the founding fathers included specifics such as name, make and model (Which they chose not to and for good reason). The AR-15 would be the equivalent of the musket which was a modern day rifle back then. What is my point? The Constitution of the United States of America is not a living/dynamic document that changes with time.
- A.2: The “Federalist Papers” are an outstanding source of information from our founding fathers. They are the key to understanding the concept of the United States and provide a unique perspective from the minds of our countries creators. You will find the Federalist Papers are extremely helpful in putting US history into context. If you have a copy of the Constitution, then it is well worth keeping a copy of the Federalist Papers to go with it.
- A.3: We as human beings have certain specific rights that were not given to us so they cannot be taken away, such as, the right of life and the right to defend oneself. These rights go by many names I.E. God given rights, human rights, inalienable rights, etc. The “Bill of Rights” is written in such a way to protect these inalienable rights. The Bill of Rights was authored to protect the people from OUR government not our neighbors. This means that if I do not want you in my home with a gun then you cannot enter my home with a gun and I will not be in violation of the Second Amendment because the amendments known as the Bill of Rights are in place to protect us from OUR government.
I honestly hoped to get a better understanding of why this individual had these misconceptions of the Republican Party. After witnessing several other Democrats herding in support of this radical ideology, I tried even harder to grasp the reasoning. What I discovered was that the people in support of this line of thinking where just flying kites, they know how to get the kites off the ground, feed them string and keep them in the air but they are clueless as to why the kites fly in the first place.
In the end, I got no closer to understanding the delusional thought process of the individual I was attempting to debate. I do understand that the individual and the crowd that ensued really do not know why they have this belief themselves. At the very least, I found it mildly entertaining that someone or a group of someone’s would wear their ignorance like a badge of honor.
I ended the debate and answered his question by giving a name of a gay political figure that I publicly support, Paul Babeu. Can you guess what the response was?
“Paul is not gay, are you crazy?”
Wow, just wow. I could not make any ground even with a direct quote from Paul Babeu himself.
“I’m here to say that all these allegations that were in one of these newspapers are absolutely, completely false, except for the issues that refer to me as being gay. Because that’s the truth: I am gay.”
Oh well, it was not a debate that could be won which made my objective, learn as much as possible about the rhetoric and propaganda being spewed by today’s Democratic Party…
On another note, with today’s “Politically Correct Society,” we are headed for more of the same behavior reveled by this article. One of my recent articles, “Political Correctness, The End of Free Speech in America?” explains the history of political correctness and just how deep its roots are embedded in today’s “Marxism.”
It is worth a read and will help people to understand the underlying agenda and the dangers posed by political correctness. It also goes into detail about modern days Marxism which attacks from a cultural and sociological standpoint. Much of what has been said by Democrats in the article you just read is explained through “Political Correctness” and its “Marxist” agenda.
Paul Babeu is running for congress – Arizona’s 1st congressional district.
Paul Babeu is looking to represent Arizona’s 1st congressional district currently held by Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick (D – Rep. Arizona).
Paul is a strong and dedicated “Chief Law Enforcement Officer” (CLEO) of the Pinal County Sheriff’s Department. He has been faithfully and conservatively serving Arizonans for many years. When it comes to solving tough issues, Paul Babeu knows no boundaries. He has and will continue to stand with the people to defeat the liberal progressive agendas, defend the US Constitution and back the American people.
With John McCain under fire by Arizona’s own Dr. Kelli Ward (R – Arizona State Senate) and Ann Kirkpatrick under pressure from Arizona’s Paul Babeu (R – AZ CLEO, Pinal County Sheriff’s Department). We as Arizonians are poised to sweep the progressives right out of office.