Friday, April 17, 2015

Why I'm Voting Conservative Next Year.

After reading all about all of the issues and the candidates and what they want for our country, I've decided to vote for any and all Conservatives next year.

Sure, they promulgate treason now and then...

...but it's not really their fault anyway...

"The Republican Party Has Literally Become the Party of Stupid."


"In the last few years, the Republican party has literally become the party of stupid.

"We’re battling people who look at 97 percent of the world’s scientists and say, 'No thanks, I don’t believe your liberal lies about climate change. Besides, winter… duh!.' As if there’s some massive global conspiracy against the GOP’s propaganda. Not only that, but much of the “data” these fools on the right use to try to debunk climate change is paid for by big oil – an industry that stands to lose billions of dollars if we were to ever move away from fossil fuels.

"Then there are those trying to get creationism put alongside evolution in biology textbooks. These people want the belief that the Earth is 6,000 years old, and that dinosaurs walked alongside humans, right alongside evolution – a theory that’s soundly supported by overwhelming scientific data.

"Oh, and we can’t forget about gun nuts. You know, the people who literally claim that guns have nothing to do with gun violence; that somehow guns make us safer, except for the fact that we lead the modern world in gun violence while also having more guns than everyone else. If more guns really made us safer, then shouldn’t we be the safest country on the planet with the lowest rate of gun violence?..."

...because stupid is as stupid does.

PLUS, this is a Christian country and all Conservatives are Christian too!

"How Corporate America Invented Christian America."

"Inside one reverend’s big business-backed 1940s crusade to make the country conservative again.

"By KEVIN M. KRUSE, April 16, 2015

"Over the preceding decade, as America first descended into and then crawled its way out of the Great Depression, the these titans of industry had been told, time and time again, that they were to blame for the nation’s downfall. Fifield, in contrast, insisted that they were the source of its salvation.

"They just needed to do one thing: Get religion.

"It was a watershed moment—the beginning of a movement that would advance over the 1940s and early 1950s a new blend of conservative religion, economics and politics that one observer aptly anointed 'Christian libertarianism.' Fifield and like-minded ministers saw Christianity and capitalism as inextricably intertwined, and argued that spreading the gospel of one required spreading the gospel of the other. The two systems had been linked before, of course, but always in terms of their shared social characteristics..."

Voting Conservative is also important for our job creators...

...AND Conservatism has a grand history too.

No one has a better history of explaining how we should vote than the Cons...

...because Conservatives are reliable...


...FILLED with business acumen...

...and with a solid history behind them...

...and of course they're COMPLETELY honest with the American people.

They even have their own toys!

AND they're always on the side of the little guy  and the disinfranchised like you and me...

...AND I'm not too sure about those unions either.

The Cons also know all about race relations too...

...and other culture wars and stuff...

..if you know what I mean.

So we need to think like Conservatives do, just like the Conservative folks at Mayberry...

...because they know that Conservatism has their backs...

So that's why I'm voting Conservative next year...

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...because this is what Conservatism is all about...

"Indisputable proof that Republicans are warriors for the aristocracy."

Indisputable proof that Republicans are warriors for the aristocracy
(Credit: AP/Reuters/J. Scott Applewhite/Jonathan Ernst/Manuel Balce Ceneta/Photo montage by Salon)
"GOP contenders are pretending to care about inequality. But it's all for show — and Congress is about to prove it.
"It had long been a conservative ideal, and the essence of the American Dream, to believe that everybody should have an equal shot at success. But in their current bid to end the estate tax, Republicans could create a permanent elite of trust-fund babies. The estate tax was a meaningful check on a permanent aristocracy as recently as 2001, when there were taxes on the portion of estates above $675,000; even then there were plenty of ways for the rich to shelter money for their heirs. As the son of a schoolteacher and a cabinetmaker, I’d like to see the estate tax exemptions lowered — so that taxes encourage enterprise and entre­pre­neur­ship while keeping to a minimum the number of Americans born who will never have to work a day in their lives. The current exemption of $5.4 million (the current estate tax has an effective rate averaging under 17 percent, according to the Urban-Brookings Tax Policy Center) does little to prevent a permanent aristocracy from growing — and abolishing it entirely turns democracy into kleptocracy."
...if you know what we mean.


Foolish people and hate-filled people are the second base of Conservatism, while rich people are their first and foremost base of support and funding.

Conservatism can't exist without the stupid and hateful, and Conservatives proselytize them because people with sense and humanity know the difference.

Wouldn't we all be better off if we...

...criminalized Conservatism?

Joyce, Jnr.


"I couldn't imagine somebody like Osama bin Laden understanding the joy of

"President" George W. Bush.

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