Posts tagged "class warfare"

2012: the year traditional conservatism died

  This is more than an American political campaign logo and slogan: it is the iconic representation of  the time America shed yet another layer of its divisive past; the time this massive North American continent went from its chrysalis of being the United States to embarking on its butterfly promise toward America and a more perfect union. Whether... Read more »

Does Romney's Church Explain His Effete On Taxes?

Now that presumptive Republican presidential nominee Willard “Mitt” Romney has ended his debacle of a three nation tour attention will most certainly return to his “rope-a-dope” strategy of dodging discussion on why as presidential nominee he is afraid of releasing more of the reported 20 years of tax returns he offered the McCain vetting committee when... Read more »

The Working-Class Right: Sufferers of Stockholm Syndrome?

“Stockholm syndrome is a term used to describe a paradoxical psychological phenomenon wherein hostages express adulation and have positive feelings towards their captors that appear irrational in light of the danger or risk endured by the victims.” (FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin. Department of Justice Federal Bureau of Investigation. July 2007. pp. 10) In 1957, Albert... Read more »
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UPHELD! Way To Go SCOTUS: the nation's ER's now may be saved!

The Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) today upheld the Heritage Foundation/Republican Party-inspired “individual mandate”, a mechanism that proposed that all Americans directly participate in and be held responsible for something truly of national importance and modeled on “Romneycare” during Willard Mitt’s tenure in Massachusetts. In considering this decision I do so mainly from a perspective of underwhelmed... Read more »