Monday, October 18, 2010

Rand Paul to Jack Conway: "Have you no decency?"

The political conflict between Republicans and Democrats in the mid-term elections is bringing to the surface the true nature of the mindset of the Democrats in every race across the country. In Kentucky the debates between Republican Rand Paul and Democrat Jack Conway have lost all semblance of decorum due mainly to the sense of desperation felt by many Democrats who are paying the price for supporting Barack Hussein Obama. For almost a year there has been an accusation floating around Kentucky of some unproven event that took place during Rand Paul's college years. Supposedly, an unnamed woman accused Rand Paul of forcing her to endure some ritual initiation when he attended Baylor University between 1981 and 1984, almost 30 years ago. During the debate between the Republican U.S. Senate candidate Rand Paul and the Democrat Jack Conway, Conway asked. "And ... when is it ever a good idea to tie up a woman and ask her to kneel before a false idol, your god, which you call Aqua Buddha?"

Rand Paul's response was to ask: "Jack, you should be ashamed of yourself," said Paul, who described himself as a "pro-life Christian." "Have you no decency? Have you no shame?"

The only thing Democrats have in common with decency is the letter "D". Democrats haven't the slightest concept of what the complete word means. It has been known for a long time that the Democratic Party is "the party of death". Democrats have repeatedly used wars as a solution to domestic economic problems . Before the 2nd World War FDR goaded the Japanese government for their military expansion into mainland China and then sold them the scrap iron from the demolished Third Avenue elevated subway in New York City which the Japanese turned into a fleet of ships used to attack America on December 7, 1941. WWII was the engine that re-energized American industry at the cost of 405,339 American military lives. Later on in modern times the Democratic Party was again labeled The Party of Death in a book written by Ramesh Ponnuru, titled: "The Party of Death: The Democrats, the Media, the Courts, and the Disregard for Human Life" for their involvement with the abortion issue and later on for their support of the grotesque Partial Birth Abortion Law supported by Barack Hussein Obama when he was in the U.S. Senate.

Following WWII, the Democratic Party gave us The Korean War  (1950–armistice, 1953), America's first no-win war that was fought under the flag of the United Nations. General Douglas MacArther was appointed Supreme High Commander of the joint United Nations forces. Seven months later on April 11, 1951, President Harry Truman fired him for making public statements that contradicted the official policies of the United States Government. General MacArther had pressured President Truman to authorize the use of atomic bombs against North Korea along the 38th Parallel to poison the ground and prevent an invasion by North Korea. The Korean War cost of American troops, was 53,686. Ever since the armistice the United States has maintained almost 50,000 troops in South Korea stationed along the divided 38th Parallel at an enormous expense to keep the peace.

Then came the second no-win war in America's history under the leadership of the Democratic Party, the Vietnam War from 1957–1973. Total cost in American lives was 58,209. Another casualty of the Vietnam War was the moral destruction of a generation of American youth at home and the returning military veterans who were stereotyped by the American media as psychologically devastated, bitter, homeless, drug-addicted people who had a hard time readjusting to society, primarily due to the uniquely divisive nature of the Vietnam War. 

Democrats seem to have no social concept of morality or decency when they are given absolute control of the government. For the past two years they have acted like a conquering hoard looting the treasury and enriching their supporters. 
Rand Paul could well have been asking his question to every Democrat when he said: "Have you no decency?" Soon we will find out how many Americans agree with him.

Two weeks to go.

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