The Ugly Face of Socialism

Shame on the leftist hoodlums in Chicago for assaulting free political speech by violently stopping a Trump rally. This is tyranny on display. We, the People, will not tolerate it. The fact that it happened is wrong. The fact that powerful left wing groups like Moveon.org issued congratulations to the protesters is worse.

Sanders needs to condemn this or look like a socialist strong man like Chavez because it was his signs being waved. I would be shocked if he had anything to do with it. The point is that this is common with socialism. In Europe, Asia, Latin America, and Africa, we see that the resentment socialism breeds naturally leads to strong arm tactics or worse. If Sanders wants to lead a Danish style socialist movement, it will not happen by accident. He has to nip the radicalism in the bud. This is the moment that will tell us if Senator Sanders is the man who we believe him to be. He is admired even by his critics. We will find out if that is justified or if he is an enabler of tyranny not just economically but politically.

I love Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio, and Kasich is okay, but they need to realize this is not about Trump. It is about left wing oppression that is targeting Trump today, but will challenge all of us tomorrow. The Christian, the businessperson, the gun owner, the home schooler, the liberty minded person, the global climate change skeptic and anyone else not on the favored list is in danger.

Today #IstandwithTrump Tomorrow, we fight as usual.

The response of the left is to put Trump supporters on notice. How is this not incitement?

Ilya Sheyman, executive director of MoveOn.org Political Action, responded to news of the postponement of Donald Trump’s rally in Chicago on Friday:

“Mr. Trump and the Republican leaders who support him and his hate-filled rhetoric should be on notice after tonight’s events. These protests are a direct result of the violence that has occurred at Trump rallies and that has been encouraged by Trump himself from the stage. Our country is better than the shameful, dangerous, and bigoted rhetoric that has been the hallmark of the Trump campaign. To all of those who took to the streets of Chicago, we say thank you for standing up and saying enough is enough. To Donald Trump, and the GOP, we say, welcome to the general election. Trump and those who peddle hate and incite violence have no place in our politics and most certainly do not belong in the White House.”

5 thoughts on “The Ugly Face of Socialism”

  1. Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio, and Kasich is okay, but they need to realize this is not about Trump. It is about left wing oppression…

    Of course it is about oppression. Trump and the rally attendees were denied their right to peaceably assemble.

    The response of the so-called “conservatives” and the village idiot running for president were telling. They blame Trump. They are willing to jettison their supposed principles for political expediency. I used to have respect for Cruz- he was my first choice for the nomination- now, I hold him in contempt.

    If Trump goes into the convention as the delegate leader, and someone else emerges as the nominee, I will vote for Hillary.

  2. Rick on Feb 26, posting to Delaware Right: “Whatever happens, I will vote for the GOP candidate, any of whom would be infinitely better than the serial liar wife of a sexual predator.”

    Rick on Feb 28, writing on Delaware right: “If the GOP “establishment” tries some type of underhanded tactic to scuttle the will of Republican primary voters, Trump will most assuredly run a third-party campaign, and thus, hand the election to Hillary. And I wouldn’t blame him, and I would vote for him.”

    Rick on March 12, posted above: “If Trump goes into the convention as the delegate leader, and someone else emerges as the nominee, I will vote for Hillary.”

  3. What do you find peculiar about the chronology?

    First, I said I’d support the nominee.

    After hearing a GOP operative say that, under the convention rules, a delegate could “get sick,” and thus essentially “abstain,” and thus deny Trump a first-ballot victory. This is an example of an underhanded tactic.

    Finally, after hearing Cruz, Rubio and Kasich blame Trump for the actions of professional anarchists, I reject the party unless Trump is the nominee (assuming he has a delegate lead).

    Where did you lose your way?

  4. My posting is not about chronology. It’s about the incompatible propositions you’ve advanced in the short space of a couple of weeks.

    Proposition 1: I will vote for the Republican nominee no matter what happens.

    Proposition 2: I will not vote for the Republican nominee if X happens.

    Both cannot be true.

  5. After hearing a GOP operative say that, under the convention rules, a delegate could “get sick,” and thus essentially “abstain,” and thus deny Trump a first-ballot victory. This is an example of an underhanded tactic.

    Gosh Rick, do you honestly believe everything that some dumb bozo that is labeled an operative, says. Get real.

    If a delegate is incapacitated due to illness, then the delegate is replaced by an alternate. The alternate then has the power and authority to assume all of the duties of the delegate. End of story, end of this controversy.

    Learn the rules and use your brain instead of getting your panties in a bunch every time some idiot flaps his lips in front of a camera.

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