01 January 2013

The Left Has Won The Culture War - Happy New Year

The ideology that now permeates the media, government, and academia has won (at least for now) the culture war. They've bragged and bragged about it for some time now (while simultaneously claiming there is no culture war), particularly since the most recent election. Sam Donaldson recently very boldly proclaimed, 

The greatest slogan that I hated during this last campaign was “We want to take back our country.” Guys, it’s not your country anymore – it’s our country and you’re part of it, but that thinking is going to defeat Republicans nationally if they don’t get rid of it.

This "winning" *ideology is also teaching the nation's children. Below's a sample of what "their" country has to offer. Remember this as you peruse the history blogosphere and see how most writers are adherents to the "winning" ideology. We've come a long way since Guy Lombardo - ah yes, Progressives and "progress." Congratulations, nothing like being on the winning side. (I apologize in advance for the vulgarity.)

No matter what vulgar thing Kathy Griffin does on CNN's live New Year's Eve broadcast, the folks at the supposedly most trusted name in news continue to invite her back on. On Monday night's program, after first telling co-host Anderson Cooper "I'm going to tickle your sack," she shortly after midnight actually kissed his crotch . . .

If you'd like to find out more of what Sam Donaldson's country has to offer in the New Year, you can go here. And, just to be clear Sam, I'm NOT a part of your rotting culture.

*I fully understand  there are those on the left who would also find this type of conduct vulgar, over the top, juvenile, etc, etc. I'm friends with quite a few of them - lost souls that they are. I am admittedly painting with a broad brush, but the criticism and observation stands. Neither Cooper nor Griffin will suffer any negative consequences over this. Ideology trumps everything in the world of Progressives. After all, they are advancing the cause.

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