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Saturday, August 19, 2017

It's a Toast to the Grand Old Party...the ORIGINAL Black Lives Matter protesters THING

Dear America,

here's the thing,
and pretty sure this girl may be the first to say it out loud --
but let's get one thing straight, right here and right now...

The GOP are the original Black Lives Matter* protesters -- #civilwar [#hatehashtags] ( *The only difference, of course, is that the GOP respect our police.)

This fact is indisputable, while the GOP today should be saying this at every turn at the podium.  

It is the DEMOCRATIC party who is completely guilty, throughout history, of cultivating hate, bigotry, prejudice, against people of color, having been the party to allow this kind of hatred to continue to ravage, enrage, and enslave African-Americans in the decades that followed the Civil War, leading the country back into segregation and then promptly into the civil unrest of the 1960's. [that being put in a tattered, broken, long story short kind of way...]

AND NO WOLF BLITZER, the deplorable, unconscionable acts of James Fields was not what set off the rogue Islamic Extremists, responsible for driving a van into a crowd of tourists and townspeople in beautiful Barcelona, as in performing some kind of "copycat" crime of terrorism.  IF anyone was copying anybody, it would be the Racist/Nazi/White Supremacist who copied the umpteen Islamic Extremists who preceded him -- following a string of attacks, by vehicle, this year alone.  But go ahead and read the long list for yourself.

And who exactly was Robert Byrd, the man  -- you know, before he became one of Hillary's very own mentors, admired and revered all her political life?

Oh The Left is so forgiving when it comes to suspect -- no, racist -- alliances among their own kind, no?

How many times does this president need to say it -- that he denounces ALL forms of hatred, bigotry, racism...and even naming the groups out loud?   [White Supremacists, Neo-Nazis, KKK........]  When in fact, Robert Byrd was allowed to be a Senator after being a member of the KKK??? Really???

What about Jimmy Carter? With family roots including a cotton plantation run by slaves, a peanut farm, and being a southern democrat...was slavery withheld from the selective biography of Jimmy's past when running for office?  Where was all this nonsense then?

So perhaps, if we are to venture down this road -- upon the developing civil unrest, from both the left and the  right, fighting over which statue deserves to stay and which must go --  maybe we start in Washington D.C., per the wishes of Cory Booker and Nancy Pelosi, of course -- and take down every reminder of Jimmy Carter; then, of course, dismantle the entire Democrat Party and give them 48 hours to legitimize their party with a new name, a new mission statement, an apology to all Americans and especially to the conservatives of the republican party and most importantly to every African-American!,  and then, clearly denounce all past associations to their racist, bigoted, wrong side of history party, the one they have grown to love, and consequentially  grown to make the biggest  example of a  political hypocrisy/fraud on earth!

[I would like mine in writing.  Thank you]

And just a thought -- going out to Al Sharpton, just a guy famous for not paying his taxes  --- who takes issue in paying taxes to fund memorials of slave owners, like, for instance, the Thomas Jefferson memorial; I can relate, not in specific thought, but deed; it is the same feeling I have about my taxes supporting the death of the unborn, funding Planned Parenthood.  Millions of babies have died through the repugnant works of Planned Parenthood, supplemented by tax payers who believe in the right to life.  And to think, the founder, Margaret Sanger, who wanted to basically get rid of the "unfit" in society, has done more to reduce the African-American population then any other person, still beyond her grave.  Sanger was a racist
moving on dot org...

Did you click the link, 'an apology?'  What a humdinger that is, no?

Oh, how doth he, Mitt,  begin?  Like so --  "I will dispense for now from discussion of the moral character of the president's Charlottesville statements..."  Seriously?

Now, first off ---   I believe Romney would have made a very fine president, very fine; he just isn't the president now, which makes his remarks somewhat, oh how do you say, advantageous; it was outrageous self-promotion and, a gutless siding with the flow of the politically correct filibustering of the narrative against the sitting president.  Not only that, it was misdirected; his anger should have been leveled against the White Supremacists and Neo-Nazis, and KKK who led the fight against the counter-protesters....that being, a paid group of leftists thugs, acting under the guise of social justice reforms, called antifa. Have you seen the ads?   Apparently, the organization pays somewhere between 25 -45.00/hour!

How did I discover this?  When googling more information on Heather Heyer -- wondering if she was an actual member of anti-fa....the ad was posted on the very bottom of the first page that came up.  Not that it's here nor there, right?  It's just fascinating.

And yet, this girl, as in me, would be remiss not to head straight back up and hang on the words of Mitt's beginning thoughts....that whole, "discussion of the moral character of the president's Charlottesville statements" thing...

That, in and of itself, Mitt, leads us to believe, that you believe, on a scale of one to ten -- ten being stellar, and an atmospheric position you shamelessly believe you achieve upon every starry moment in the public eye -- that President Trump's statement is a minus eleven (oh, like you say, whether that was your intention or not).

But you don't mince words, do you Mitt?
"...He should address the American people, acknowledge that he was wrong, apologize. State forcefully and unequivocally that racists are 100% to blame for the murder and violence in Charlottesville. Testify that there is no conceivable comparison or moral equivalency between the Nazis--who brutally murdered millions of Jews and who hundreds of thousands of Americans gave their lives to defeat--and the counter-protestors who were outraged to see fools parading the Nazi flag, Nazi armband and Nazi salute. And once and for all, he must definitively repudiate the support of David Duke and his ilk and call for every American to banish racists and haters from any and every association."

ONE racist was 100% to blame for the murder of Heather Heyer.

Fact Two:

Hundreds were to blame for the violence that escalated in Charlottesville, with the help of a police stand down.  Romney should question who gave the order for the police to stand down...just sayin.  The protesters and the counter-protesters came locked and loaded in spirit, with bats and sticks and head gear, fully intending and ready to rumble.  What about the anti-fa injuring the journalists in attendance?  Thank you, Jake Tapper.

Truth is, Mitt, things are not exactly as clear cut as you say here  --
"Testify that there is no conceivable comparison or moral equivalency between the Nazis--who brutally murdered millions of Jews and who hundreds of thousands of Americans gave their lives to defeat--and the counter-protestors who were outraged to see fools parading the Nazi flag, Nazi armband and Nazi salute."
Is that really what YOU came away with when the president simply said "many sides" are culpable to the violence that ensued?

The president said, in a tweet:  "We must remember this truth: No matter our color, creed, religion or political party, we are ALL AMERICANS FIRST."  And on the day of the event, last Saturday, this is a full transcript of what he said to the American people:

THE PRESIDENT: Thank you very much. As you know, this was a small press conference, but a very important one. And it was scheduled to talk about the great things that we’re doing with the secretary on the veterans administration. And we will talk about that very much so in a little while. But I thought I should put out a comment as to what’s going on in Charlottesville. So, again, I want to thank everybody for being here, in particular I want to thank our incredible veterans. And thank you, fellas. Let me shake your hand. 
They’re great people. Great people. But we’re closely following the terrible events unfolding in Charlottesville, Virginia. We condemn in the strongest possible terms this egregious display of hatred, bigotry and violence on many sides, on many sides. It’s been going on for a long time in our country. Not Donald Trump, not Barack Obama, this has been going on for a long, long time. It has no place in America. What is vital now is a swift restoration of law and order and the protection of innocent lives. No citizen should ever fear for their safety and security in our society. And no child should ever be afraid to go outside and play or be with their parents and have a good time. 
I just got off the phone with the governor of Virginia, Terry McAuliffe, and we agree that the hate and the division must stop, and must stop right now. We have to come together as Americans with love for our nation and true affection– really, I say this so strongly, true affection for each other. Our country is doing very well in so many ways. We have record — just absolute record employment. We have unemployment the lowest it’s been in almost 17 years. We have companies pouring into our country, Foxconn and car companies and so many others. They’re coming back to our country. We’re renegotiating trade deals to make them great for our country and great for the American worker. 
We have so many incredible things happening in our country, so when I watch Charlottesville, to me it’s very, very sad. I want to salute the great work of the state and local police in Virginia. Incredible people. Law enforcement, incredible people. And also the National Guard. They’ve really been working smart and working hard. They’ve been doing a terrific job. Federal authorities are also providing tremendous support to the governor. He thanked me for that. And we are here to provide whatever other assistance is needed. We are ready, willing and able. Above all else, we must remember this truth: No matter our color, creed, religion or political party, we are all Americans first. We love our country. We love our god. 
We love our flag. We’re proud of our country. We’re proud of who we are, so we want to get the situation straightened out in Charlottesville, and we want to study it. And we want to see what we’re doing wrong as a country where things like this can happen. My administration is restoring the sacred bonds of loyalty between this nation and its citizens, but our citizens must also restore the bonds of trust and loyalty between one another. We must love each other, respect each other and cherish our history and our future together. So important. We have to respect each other. Ideally, we have to love each other.
If I were a betting girl -- and I'm not -- my money would be on a President Obama getting away with saying the exact same thing. (Oh, except that he would probably leave out the part about the flag.)  Anyone?  [and Thank you to a place on the web called Shallow Nation for the transcript!]

Fact Three:

President Trump has continually "repudiated David Duke and his ilk"  -- how many times does he have to say it before very fine people, like yourself, believe it?  Because he has said it on more than one occasion, at more than one venue, and it seems it will never be enough.

But certainly like how you began that sentence,  "testify that there is no...." [italized and bolded and made huuuge for emphasis]; oooooooh, you might as well have placed Trump sitting next to a judge and jury right then and there while making your point.  Great imagery, Mitt, great imagery.  But I digress.

The president was measured in his first response (something all Americans should appreciate)!  He was waiting for more information to come, like any other sane, political leader, should do.   It's not like Barack Obama scores high in this regard, truth be told, jumping to asinine conclusions, while at the same time, asking for all the rest of us not to do so.  But once again, Trump will always be handicapped with the double standard, and being completely damned if he does or damned if he doesn't in widespread public opinion, all the days of his presidency will be forever influenced in the fact that it is politically expedient to hate him. #hatethehaters #allofthem #manysides

And if we go down the road of placing a moral equivalence to things anywhere and often -- perhaps now, after all is said and done in the last seven days  -- just maybe we can have the courage to correctly put the moral equivalency of the slaughter of innocents of non-Muslim decent at the hands and arms and vehicles of radical Islamic terrorists in their proper perspective, as well; for its been too many to count.   Here's a good read, from Saher Fares, Is a Tolerant Culture Being Replaced by an Intolerant One?

I could go on and on and on.
But it's Saturday in southern California; and for certain, if "this day in the life of an American girl" can't give all of this a little reprieve here and now, then she can't do it anywhere.  It's always sunny in my world, no matter what happens; and tomorrow is another day.

One final note, unrelated to anything said today:  I'm happy Steve Bannon is out -- if he really and truly was the "Chief Strategist" in the White House, then, by all means, he should be out, for his strategies sucked.  I may have to toast to his resignation later today... it will come right after I toast to the REPUBLICAN party, for having the political courage to wage a war against slavery....and win! Even on the Wikipedia page it classifies some of  it's originating members as the "anti-slavery activists" in terms of its demographics.  So there!  [And yes, I did just stick out my tongue.]

Something tells me that the battle has only just begun against The Left's heinous assault upon America and her foundations, only just begun.

In the meantime and until we meet again, cheers!  and to the sunshine I go.

Make it a Good Day, G

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