Sunday, November 16, 2008

Question of the decade

Or more accurately, this is the question which has been begging to be asked of the left ever since the inherently radical ideology of liberalism became the dominant and ruling belief system in America. It is a theme I've hit on here and elsewhere numerous times over the last several years articulated more succinctly:

Does it not occur to the left that at some point the non-liberal non-persons may rise up and start to defend themselves?

It bears repeating what I've said any number of times before, "anything taken to the extreme is bad." But there's more to the saying than what is apparent on the surface, as is always the case. Leftists do not really want to bring down upon themselves and their sacred ideology the level of resistance that their actions, intended or otherwise, are bound to provoke at some point if allowed to continue on pace. As those of us who are actually familiar with the founding principles upon which this country was originally established so well recognize, "...all experience has shown that mankind is more disposed to suffer while evils are sufferable than to right themselves." BUT...