LIBERALS REALLY DO HATE CONSERVATIVES?
Conservatives need to cowboy up. It shouldn’t come as a surprise, but in case anyone is still uncertain, I’ll make it clear: The left hates our guts. They do not see us as political opponents. We are not their debating partners. Liberals — and I can’t believe after 40 years of this I still have to explain it — think we’re evil. Remember “The Exorcist”? To the left, we are the thing inside of Regan. I say, let the left go wild. Let them vent. Encourage their primal screams. It will only provide more evidence that liberalism has become a religious cult.
Indeed, it’s not surprising that liberals would refer to us as sonofabitches, considering that we’re a threat to their religion. Anyone who has liberal friends or family members knows that in private it is much, much worse. Waiting around for liberals to change, or thinking that we can reason with them, is a colossal waste of time and energy. Their political philosophy is this: The state will provide more and more benefits for more and more people, using more and more taxes to do it; science and medicine will ultimately conquer human suffering, which has no meaning or value or purpose; and the government will continue to pass anti-pain legislation until the final third-grade bully in the last private school is reprogrammed to officiate gay weddings. We will become gods. It is a religion, and we are Satan.
In 1948, communist defector Whittaker Chambers testified before the House Un-American Activities Committee. In his testimony, he outted a number of progressives as communists or former communists. The backlash from liberals was intense. In his autobiography “Witness,” Chambers reflected on what had caused that backlash: “When I took up my little sling and aimed at Communism, I also hit something else. What I hit was the forces of that great socialist revolution, which, in the name of liberalism, spasmodically, incompletely, somewhat formlessly, but always in the same direction, has been inching its ice cap over the nation for two decades.” That ice cap has now been inching for at least six decades.