Conservatives need to be careful how we pick our shots. We can thank the Supreme Court for striking a unifying blow with last week’s same-sex marriage decision, but will we end up shaking our heads after taking up a losing battle we shouldn’t have wasted our time with? A fight over traditional marriage is just the kind of inflammatory attention-getter that will divert conservatives when we should be worrying about keeping the Republican Party from sinking into obscurity.
The fact that 14 Republican senators voted for the Obama-Reid legalization bill is appalling. That Lindsey Graham still considers himself a member of the GOP after leading the Republican cheerleading for immigration reform is an embarrassment conservatives can neither afford nor tolerate. If Republicans in Congress can approve a bill that includes legalization then we are hearing the death knell for conservatism in Washington.
Will we be tricked into blaming Edward Snowden when we should be mad at Washington? A massive domestic spying program that taxpayers funded and didn’t know much about is awkward to explain in this era of transparency and cries out for Washington to play the blame game. If the subterfuge works we will end up forgetting about our government’s failure to keep us in the loop on its snooping and will only remember the larger than life perpetrator.
Barack Obama has suggested the unthinkable, a world without nuclear weapons. What would we do without the threat of annihilation hanging over our heads? Nuclear war and the threat of Armageddon have defined American culture for decades. We would be lost without our nukes.
The Prague Agenda is a hoax.
Many of us remember our grade school duck and cover nuclear war drills.