Thursday, June 11, 2015

Why I'm Voting For Every Conservative I Can In 2016

Starting with the belief that our royalty were divinely inspired,Conservatism is the belief that the 1 percent are our masters.

And here is how the Conservative "movement" is working to get us back on the track to a New American Age of Feudalism, starting with this...

"Senators Vote To Repeal Clean Water Rule That Protects Millions Of Miles Of Streams."

"By Natasha Geiling.

"Congressional Republicans are one step closer to blocking the Obama administration’s attempt to clarify the EPA’s regulatory powers under the Clean Water Act.
On Wednesday, the Senate Environment and Public Works committee voted 11-9 to pass a bill that would effectively repeal the administration’s recently announced regulations for water pollution. The vote was split cleanly among party lines, with only Republicans supporting it.

"The bill, sponsored by Sen. John Barrasso (R-WY), would nullify the Waters of the United States Rule, released in late May, and set specific guidelines that the EPA must follow in re-writing the rule.

"Not a single Democrat on the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee voted for the bill. Instead, the committee’s top Democrat, Sen. Barbara Boxer (D-CA) called the bill a 'back-door repeal of the Clean Water Act' that would remove protection for a significant portion of the country’s waters.

"Boxer and five other Democrats on the committee offered amendments to the bill, which they hoped would help preserve parts of the rule’s protections. Those amendments were voted down along party lines.

"Barrasso’s bill now heads to the Senate floor, where it needs 60 votes to pass..."

...and this...

...and this...

...and this...

...and this...

...and this...

...and this, of course.

And even though this is true...

"New Report: Conservative Republicans Are Delusional Paranoids."

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"By David Dayen.

"The (Pdf.) report, which you can access here, is a testament to what was described by Richard Hofstadter in 1964 as the paranoid style in American politics:

"The self-identifying conservative Republicans who make up the base of the Republican Party stand a world apart from the rest of America, according to focus groups conducted by Democracy Corps. These base Republican voters dislike Barack Obama to be sure – which is not very surprising as base Democrats had few positive things to say about George Bush – but these voters identify themselves as part of a ‘mocked’ minority with a set of shared beliefs and knowledge, and commitment to oppose Obama that sets them apart from the majority in the country. They believe Obama is ruthlessly advancing a ‘secret agenda’ to bankrupt the United States and dramatically expand government control to an extent nothing short of socialism. While these voters are disdainful of a Republican Party they view to have failed in its mission, they overwhelmingly view a successful Obama presidency as the destruction of this country’s founding principles and are committed to seeing the president fail.

"The focus groups didn’t pick up an explicitly racial viewpoint from these individuals, though that potentially is part of the background (the same audiences did discuss Obama in the context of race during the Presidential campaign). However, it has moved on to a more tribal 'hidden agenda' argument, which combines a persecution complex with a full embrace of misinformation from conservative media..."

...voters swallow it anyway...

"Why Are Americans So Easy to Manipulate and Control?"

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"Shoppers, students, workers and voters are all seen the same way: as passive, conditionable objects.

"By Bruce E. Levine / AlterNet

"What a fascinating thing! Total control of a living organism!  — psychologist B.F. Skinner."

"Who are Easiest to Manipulate?"

"Those who rise to power in the corporatocracy are control freaks, addicted to the buzz of power over other human beings, and so it is natural for such authorities to have become excited by behavior modification.

"Alfie Kohn, in Punished by Rewards (1993), documents with copious research how behavior modification works best on dependent, powerless, infantilized, bored, and institutionalized people. And so for authorities who get a buzz from controlling others, this creates a terrifying incentive to construct a society that creates dependent, powerless, infantilized, bored, and institutionalized people.

"Many of the most successful applications of behavior modification have involved laboratory animals, children, or institutionalized adults. According to management theorists Richard Hackman and Greg Oldham in Work Redesign (1980), 'Individuals in each of these groups are necessarily dependent on powerful others for many of the things they most want and need, and their behavior usually can be shaped with relative ease.'

"Similarly, researcher Paul Thorne reports in the journal International Management ('Fitting Rewards,' 1990) that in order to get people to behave in a particular way, they must be 'needy enough so that rewards reinforce the desired behavior.'

"It is also easiest to condition people who dislike what they are doing. Rewards work best for those who are alienated from their work, according to researcher Morton Deutsch (Distributive Justice, 1985). This helps explain why attention-deficit-hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)-labeled kids perform as well as so-called “normals” on boring schoolwork when paid for it (see Thomas Armstrong’s The Myth of the A.D.D. Child, 1995). Correlatively, Kohn offers research showing that rewards are least effective when people are doing something that isn’t boring..."

...because this is how they think - each one of them each and every day.

So I can hardly wait until the time that I'll be voting for every Conservative I can in the upcoming Election - as long as the Cons read and obey this little message!


The people who will be voting for GOP candidates can be described as Tea Bagger idiots, real Cons, misinformed voters, and low information voters....which one are you?

If you've seen or experienced any of the Conservative attacks on their own citizens, you won't be voting for any of them unless you really like the fact that Conservatism is all about criminal cartels and violent anti-American behavior.

You'd think there oughta be a law, something like...

...criminalizing Conservatism!

Joyce, Jnr.


"When a nation's young men are conservative, its funeral bell is
 already rung."

Henry Ward Beecher.


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