GOP: Unite vs. liberal agenda
Another vitriolic opinion composition in a recent Press against fellow Republicans; this one using the comparison to the John Birch Society. At least two others used Hitler and Butler (former troublemakers) in their litany of offensive descriptions and accusations.
Do these people really think they’re going to get support? This is petty and probably meaningless to the majority of The Press subscribers. So they don’t like the “other people.” The accusations are just that and aren’t likely to sway things.
Are these complainers really Conservative Republicans, or are they wanting to change the system?
Academia has been controlled by liberals for at least two generations and continue to exert pressure on institutions of higher learning to comply. I don’t know all the ins and outs of the politics that took place at the NIC meetings, but name-calling in the name of these former pariahs is obscene, particularly against so-called members of the same party.
It doesn’t bode well. If a point can’t be made without invectives, skip it. BTW, speaking of which; has anyone seen the similarities between the writings of Saul Alinsky and what’s happening to our country and our kids presently?
As a parting comment, I’ll throw my opinion out there; Brent Regan came to the defense of Idaho and our Conservatism a few years ago against out-of-state money being filtered in to get liberal candidates elected to offices. He was loud and it made an impression on me, knowing where and he stands, and for whom. Let’s try civility…and unity in our party.