Liberal Wackos in Charge: How Did It Happen?

Liberal Wackos in Charge: How Did It Happen?

CrowderWith all the insanity, counterproductive and anti-American behavior we’ve seen out of congress and the White House in the past 11 months, you might be wondering how we ever came to have such a bunch of reprobates running our country.

Thanks to John Zielger, we found out several months ago.

As Thomas Jefferson said, “If a nation expects to be ignorant and free, in a state of civilization, it expects what never was and never will be.”

Samuel Adams also foretold how we could reach the point at which we find ourselves:

No people will tamely surrender their Liberties, nor can any be easily subdued, when knowledge is diffusd and Virtue is preservd. On the Contrary, when People are universally ignorant, and debauchd in their Manners, they will sink under their own weight without the Aid of foreign Invaders.

No, you say?

In case you need a fresh lesson and a fresh illustration that the sad state of affairs has not changed appreciably in some circles since Ziegler’s post-election investigation, Steve Crowder of PJTV is here to help.

Notice how so many people are, on one hand, painfully ignorant about things that really matter (like the identity of the people who are selling out their freedoms), while on the other, know all about silly crap that just doesn’t matter?!

Bread and circuses, anyone?

With so many people this profoundly ignorant about such important matters, it’s no wonder we’re on the verge of losing our American birthright and heritage.

4 Responses to “Liberal Wackos in Charge: How Did It Happen?”

  1. It's true, Bob. This is part of the result of indoctrination of public schooling for the past twenty-plus years. I know it gets old hearing, “they've been dumbing down the kids,” but it's completely true. Combine that with the sewer of “popular culture,” Hollywood, “music,” pornography and violence and whatever else these people are feeding on, and here is the result. Today's younger generations are excellent examples of high-tech, long-term, social engineering by the “elites.” I am pained every time I go out in public and see the vacant, even hostile, eyes and slack jaws, the vile piercings and tattoos, the slutty outfits on the girls, and the retarded, off-the-butt-hanging-giant breeches-backward/sideways-hat-wearing boys. I'd better stop, before I say something I really mean.

    On a lighter note… I LOVE Steven Crowder! He's a brave and talented young man, and he provides an intelligent reason to laugh out loud at fun, juvenile, conservative humor. Did you see his “rap music” video called, “Peace Prize?” It's one my husband and I, who both DESPISE the poison called rap “music,” have watched over and over, while we picked up on all the lyrics and subtleties in the video. It's hilarious. It's good to still be able to laugh, anyway.

    Gina Miller

  2. I concur wholeheartedly. Stuff that even we as teenagers thought made someone look like a dufus, now that's cool. And it's getting extremely hard to find any decent clothes for my daughter.

    I'm right there with you on Crowder, too. He's hilarious, and even more so because of the truth he reveals in the midst of his hilarity. I concur with your sentiments on “Peace Prize.”

  3. It's true, Bob. This is part of the result of indoctrination of public schooling for the past twenty-plus years. I know it gets old hearing, “they've been dumbing down the kids,” but it's completely true. Combine that with the sewer of “popular culture,” Hollywood, “music,” pornography and violence and whatever else these people are feeding on, and here is the result. Today's younger generations are excellent examples of high-tech, long-term, social engineering by the “elites.” I am pained every time I go out in public and see the vacant, even hostile, eyes and slack jaws, the vile piercings and tattoos, the slutty outfits on the girls, and the retarded, off-the-butt-hanging-giant breeches-backward/sideways-hat-wearing boys. I'd better stop, before I say something I really mean.

    On a lighter note… I LOVE Steven Crowder! He's a brave and talented young man, and he provides an intelligent reason to laugh out loud at fun, juvenile, conservative humor. Did you see his “rap music” video called, “Peace Prize?” It's one my husband and I, who both DESPISE the poison called rap “music,” have watched over and over, while we picked up on all the lyrics and subtleties in the video. It's hilarious. It's good to still be able to laugh, anyway.

    Gina Miller

  4. I concur wholeheartedly. Stuff that even we as teenagers thought made someone look like a dufus, now that's cool. And it's getting extremely hard to find any decent clothes for my daughter.

    I'm right there with you on Crowder, too. He's hilarious, and even more so because of the truth he reveals in the midst of his hilarity. I concur with your sentiments on “Peace Prize.”