Monday, March 9, 2015

Extreme rhetoric as a symptom inevitable doom.

When a group actively seeks to create enemies for the purpose of using fear to maintain their power, they are sensing their own doom.

The right-wing and extreme right-wing politicians have ramped-up their rhetoric and shenanigans against President Obama, women, the LGBTQ community, atheists, Muslims, poor families, black voters, students debtors, etc.

Tactics and rhetoric of the doomed
Arizona governor wants to kick 500,000 low-income people off of Medicaid Birther Joseph Farah wants PFAW help to block third Obama term. Let's make a deal.
State officials are censoring the term 'Climate Change' sealing the fate of potential home-owners. Conservatives attack the Girl Scouts.
Republican Lawmakers attempt to sabotage negotiations with Iran. Texas provisional ballots from residents in major cities are four times more likely to be thrown out. Report.
The Koch influence in higher education inserts professor at George Mason University who suggests the United States would be better off with "less democracy." Netanyahu's insulting, dangerous and divisive speech: Wrong in detail and wrong in substance.
Extremist highlights from CPAC 2015 On January 20, 2009, the night when the Obama's were attending inaugural balls and most Americans were out celebrating the end of the Bush years, a group of powerful Republicans was planning the end of Obama presidency before it even got going.

These are just a few examples of the kind of behavior that can only come from irrational desperation. It appears that the Right-Wing is looking at a political extinction event.


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