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Can You See the War Coming?


Can you see the war coming?  I can.  America is about to host a horrible, fractious war.  It will be unlike anything that weíve ever seen here.  The war I speak of will not involve the military in any way.  In fact, it probably wonít involve any firearms, bombs, tanks, missiles or any other military ordinance.  The war will be internal.  The first virtual "shots" will be fired after the 2006 mid-term elections.  The GOP will get to sit this war out, grab some popcorn, and spectate.  Of what war do I speak?  The war for control of whatís left of the Democratic party.


"Right now, the entire money-making mechanism of the Democratic party is controlled by extreme leftist groups.  So is the party leadership.  Howard Dean, the head of the Democratic National Committee, referred to John Kerry, arguably the most liberal member of the Senate, as too conservative for America."


Right now, the entire money-making mechanism of the Democratic party is controlled by extreme leftist groups.  So is the party leadership.  Howard Dean, the head of the Democratic National Committee, referred to John Kerry, arguably the most liberal member of the Senate, as too conservative for America.  Democratic money comes from Hollywood actors, billionaire socialists like George Soros, and extreme groups that advocate animal rights, partial-birth abortion, the elimination of any mention of God from society and government-run everything.

No wonder the common man, who the Democrats say they support, is alienated from them.  Normal people donít think that there is anything innately evil about protecting us from terrorists.  They donít think that placing President Bushís picture into a classroom should make a teacher an anathema to the school district.  They donít see any problem with placing the phrase "In God we Trust" on our money or the phrase "under God" in our pledge of allegiance.  Unlike the core of the Democratic party, the common man loves this country.


"Some Democrats see the dichotomy.  I speak of moderates like senators Joe Lieberman and Ben Nelson.  I speak of conservatives like Zell Miller and Ben Nighthorse Campbell, who were hatefully driven out of the Democratic party.  They see that the party keeps on moving to the left, farther and farther."


Some Democrats see the dichotomy.  I speak of moderates like senators Joe Lieberman and Ben Nelson.  I speak of conservatives like Zell Miller and Ben Nighthorse Campbell, who were hatefully driven out of the Democratic party.  They see that the party keeps on moving to the left, farther and farther.  The party appears to be intentionally alienating itself from normal people, and appealing to the extreme fringe of the extreme left of the countryís populace.  This course of action, if continued, will doom the Democratic party to a permanent minority status.  No matter how hard these extreme leftist try to spin their position as "mainstream,"  they are extreme and the people know it.  They know that pulling a full term baby fully out of his or her mother except for his or her head, and then vacuuming out his or her brains, is murder.

The leftists, however, excoriated their "great white hope" 2008 presidential candidate, Hillary Clinton, for referring to abortion as a "tragedy."  She did not advocate any outlaw or restriction of abortion.  She still continues to support all abortion on demand, including partial birth murder.  But she apparently talked out of turn by not happily touting abortion as a wonderful thing!  Do you, as I, think that the people see this extremism and are sickened?

Ever since 1968, the country has slowly and surely become more conservative.  The trend continues, and itís snowballing.  The Democrats, were they smart, would move to the right.  The only reason, aside from Ross Perot, that Bill Clinton won in 1992 was his move to the right of his partyís extremist core.  He got into office, tried to socialize health care, and promptly helped the GOP take back the Congress.  Apart from a hiccup in the Senate in 2000 caused by Jim Jeffordsí defection from the GOP, the GOP has held the Congress ever since.  In 2004, the GOP strengthened its control of both houses of the Congress.


"But the Dems do not see Billís apparent move to the right as a good thing.  They think he said and did whatever it took to get elected, not meaning it.  Theyíre right.  Hillary is doing the same thing right now."


But the Dems do not see Billís apparent move to the right as a good thing.  They think he said and did whatever it took to get elected, not meaning it.  Theyíre right.  Hillary is doing the same thing right now.  Problem:  Every time she tries, the base gets upset.  The Democratic base is not only extremely leftist, itís extremely militant.  They demand total allegiance to their extreme agenda.  They criticize their only friends, the left-leaning press, as "too conservative."  Then they eat their own, including Hillary Clinton.

So Hillary, if she indeed wants to be the Democratic party nominee, will have to become a militant leftist.  So will anyone who wants to be the nominee for any Statehouse, House or Senate seat.  Then the GOP will use their extremist rhetoric against them in the general election.  And the Dems will lose.  The GOP will gain more seats in the Congress.  In fact, I think that Janine Pirro has a good chance of unseating Hillary from the Senate!


"And after 2006, the remaining non-extremists in the Democratic party will start complaining -- loudly.  Howard Dean will do his best to silence them, and will bet that his get-our-extreme-message-out campaign will succeed."


And after 2006, the remaining non-extremists in the Democratic party will start complaining -- loudly.  Howard Dean will do his best to silence them, and will bet that his get-our-extreme-message-out campaign will succeed.  It wonít and the GOP will keep the White House in 2008.  And, then the war will begin.

The moderates will make an all-out effort to recapture the Democratic party from the extremists.  One of two things will happen.  Option A:  Moderates succeed in unseating extremists from party control.  Extreme leftists split from party and form new Socialist party.  Dems fractured and unable to gain power; Option B:  Moderates fail, and leave party.  They form new Moderate party.  Dems fractured and unable to gain power.  Sounds great and rosy for the GOP, eh?  In the short term, indeed.

However, the moderate version of the Democratic party, or the new moderate party, will move to the right.  The end result may be that the conservative vote splits and the leftist extremists gain power.  So what we need, when this war comes, is not an easy chair and a bag of popcorn.  We need a massive effort to woo the moderate Democrats into joining the GOP!  If we can subsume the moderate fragment of a dplit Democratic party, weíll keep the forces of liberty in power, and the forces of governmental dominance on the sidelines.

The war is coming.  We need to prepare!