A Message for David Axelrod from a Right Wing Ideologue

This has been quite a weekend. Mitt Romney picked Paul Ryan to be his running mate and the media has talked of little else the last few days. To listen to the left, you would think Romney and Ryan are the devil and a demon incarnate. The scum bag, slime ball, sewer float David Axelrod claims that Romney has shown his true colors by Paul Ryan. He calls them Right Wing Ideologues. Really,  David? That is laughable.

So, David, let me tell you the kind of men Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan are and how very different they are from right-wing-ideologues (RWI).

The men you have demonized are anything but RWI. Romney and Ryan are two good and moral men. They are both devoted family men. Both men love America They have a vision for America that is very different from the one you and Obama have. The vision you and Obama have is so far left-wing that I suppose it makes their plan seem right-wing to you. Not even close, David.

Let’s review, David, what Romney wants to do if he becomes President. He has said he wants to repeal and replace ObamaCare. Well, 70% of Americans want that. RWI would not replace ObamaCare with anything. Government does not belong in the health insurance business, David. That is what RWI believe. Romney wants to fix the disastrous tax code and reduce the tax rate across the board 20% (That’s a wash, David.) and he wants to reduce the corporate tax rate to 25%. That is hardly a radical idea. Our current corporate tax rate is the highest in the world and works to make America less competetive in world markets. By reducing it to 25%, we will still be among the nations with the highest corporate tax rate. A RWI, David, would be reducing that tax rate to 20% or less. Romney wants America to be energy independent. Not exactly a RWI concept, is it , David? The vast majority of Americans think that is a good idea. Radical is the plan you and Obama have to cause energy cost to skyrocket with your failed green energy plan that only helps your crony friends. Romney wants to create an economic environment that will generate 12 million jobs over two terms. Is that a RWI idea, David?

Let’s move on to Paul Ryan. He is hardly a RWI. He wants to save America from going over the fiscal cliff that everyone can see. Americans are very worried about that, David, or haven’t you noticed? For crying-out-loud, David, the Ryan budget has  deficits increasing for the next decade and doesn’t balance the budget for nearly thirty years. That is hardly a radical plan. What is radical is to continue taxing and spending Obama style until the country is bankrupt. Ryan wants to reform Social Security and Medicare and you think that is radical. Our entitlement programs, David, already have 100 trillion in unfunded liabilities. Radical is what Obama is doing to Americans in their forties and fifties who will not have any Social Security or Medicare when they are ready to retire.

The truth is, David, you know that Romney and Ryan are not RWI by what they are not proposing. If they were RWI, they would be plan to eliminate the Department of Education, the Department of Energy, the Department of labor, and they would be planning to gut the EPA and start over again, If they were RWI, they would be wanting to repeal the Patriot Act and get rid of Homeland Security and the TSA and to demilitarize FEMA. RWI would be planning an overhaul of the NDAA; removing the language that makes America a war zone and gives the military the right to take Americans prisoners without due process. One thing you could be sure of, David, is that if Romney and Ryan were RWI. there would be no Dream Act in any way shape or form. The list of what RWI would do is very long , David, and Romney and Ryan are not planning on doing any of them because they are not RWI.

Let’s be honest, David. I know that you and Obama know that Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan are not RWI. But, you and Obama are going to try to convince the electorate that they are RWI, anyway. You are going to try to scare seniors and women and blacks gays and welfare recipients that if Romney and Ryan are elected they will lose all their privileges and goodies. For you and Obama, lying is a way of life.

So, David, when you call Romney and Ryan RWI, you insult those of us who really are. It’s probably a good thing I do live in the US anymore. If I did, there would be a small chance that you might come within my striking range. This old man still has a couple of good punches in him, David, and I would like nothing more than to plant one on the end of your nose. Oh, I know that you saying that is the typical violence one can expect from a RWI. But, no, David, it is not that at all. Unfortunately, it ¡s the only thing that Chicago thugs like you understand. Besides, it might improve your looks.

So, dear readers, I am so very glad Romney picked Paul Ryan as his running mate. This tells us that Romney is serious about getting our economy back on track. America will have real choice to make in November. I believe Paul Ryan will be very good at articulating what needs to be done and will be able to defuse the Obama scare tactics. If Americans are as sensible as I think they are, Romney and Ryan will win by a landslide. That will be very good for America and may indicate the end of the progressive era, or at least the beginning of the end. They won’t do all that RWI like me want and I will use this blog to nip at their heels incessantly. Over a number of election cycles, we will get our country back. The biggest worry I have, and this holds for which ever candidate wins in November, is that we will get dragged into an unnecessary war in the Middle-East. Let’s hope not.

Well, that’s what I’m thinking. What are your thoughts?

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29 thoughts on “A Message for David Axelrod from a Right Wing Ideologue

  1. Like you said, Obama and his Chicago thugs are so far left that anyone who isn’t a leftist is a right wing ideologue. And would that Homeland Security, Energy, Education and Labor were eliminated. It won’t happen but a man can dream.

  2. Well argued and well presented, Jim. You give them the compliment of reasoning with what they know are outright lies. But the important thing is not to change their blocked minds, but to help form the minds of the honest citizens.
    Good job!

    1. Thanks, John. I’m glad the voters are going to have a clear choice to make.If they choose the wrong one, it is all over. If they choose the RIGHT one, America still has a chance to be the America I grew up in.

  3. Because he is at the top of the ticket, Romney has to be the Devil and Ryan just a lowly demon. 😉

    Axelrod used to be a pretty worthy advocate for liberalism and Obama. But once the going started to get tough in this campaign he totally fell apart. He is little more than a blithering idiot anymore.

    If I become a blithering idiot for Obama, can I be paid the kind of money that Axelrod is getting? If so, I’ll do it!

    1. Sherman, thanks for coming by. I wanted to let you know that I can not comment any more at your site. I get a message that my browser is not accepted ny diccus (spelling?). But i do come by and read your latest post. I down loaded Chrome at the request of diccus but maybe there is something more I need to do to activate it. I’m afraid my computer skills are limited.

  4. [quote]The truth is, David, you know that Romney and Ryan are not RWI by what they are not proposing. If they were RWI, they would be plan to eliminate the Department of Education, the Department of Energy, the Department of labor, and they would be planning to gut the EPA and start over again, If they were RWI, they would be wanting to repeal the Patriot Act and get rid of Homeland Security and the TSA and to demilitarize FEMA. RWI would be planning an overhaul of the NDAA; removing the language that makes America a war zone and gives the military the right to take Americans prisoners without due process. One thing you could be sure of, David, is that if Romney and Ryan were RWI. there would be no Dream Act in any way shape or form. The list of what RWI would do is very long , David, and Romney and Ryan are not planning on doing any of them because they are not RWI.[/quote]

    Sounds perfect to me. When do we get a REAL RWI to do all this?

    Great post!

    1. Thanks, Fuzzy. We won’t see the real for a while, yet. As the Tea Party movement grows and they have more primary and election success, we will get there some day.
      BTW, I forgot to mention that real RWI would have the United States geout of the UN and kick the UN out of New York.

  5. Great post, Jim. You have described Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan perfectly, as well as your friend, David Axlerod. (; Sorry, I couldn’t resist.

  6. From one RWI to another, that was a great post. (I’ll never forget the shocked face from an acquaintence when I once dared say the Dept of Education is unnecessary and should be abolished. I knew at that moment I was an “extremist” bwa ha ha)

    Sorry I haven’t been around much. We just relocated and it’s been a real gypsy’s summer for us. Finally got in our new place last week, and I’m soon to get back in the swing of things. Hope you are doing well, the eyesight in particular.

    PS You post brings to mind the video I just saw via Instapundit: http://mrctv.org/blog/ryans-not-first-video-medias-history-trashing-gop-vp-nominees

    They’ve been following the same template re GOP nominations for so long. It’s saddening that a chunk of our citizens still fall for it.

    cheers
    Lin

    1. Nice to hear from you, LinGlaf to hear you are settled until the next move. Ther is always another move in the military, right? I’m doing fine. Thanks for asking.

      That is a depressing but true video you linked. Romney and Ryan have to beat not only Obama and Biden; they have to beat the media as well.

  7. Very well said Jim! These people are so far left that anything other than their radical plans seem radical to them and they are unwilling to budge at all even for the good of the country.

  8. Ken Cuccinelli, often labeled as RWI, won here in Virginia in 2010 — largely because of the anti-Obama reaction that set in. The liberals said he’d never win the election because of the way that Northern Virginia, the bastion of liberals votes. But Cuccinelli DID win!

    I do detect some alarm on the part of the Dems. Rumor has it that Obama nearly sh*t himself when he found out that Ryan was Romney’s pick. I hope that rumor is true! Because, when Obama gets all ramped up, he tips his hand: “the private sector is doing fine,” “you didn’t build that,” etc.

  9. There’s certainly enough there to elaborate on. I’m not sure where to start.I’ll try to refrain from critical attacks but I’ve often wondered how people can call SSI and Medicare “entitlement programs”. I could also question as to where or how you conclude that 70% of Americans want an end to ACA with no replacement.

    But all that aside, you are correct that Americans are concerned about the debt. But considering this election is about Ryan’s budget (and yes, that budget will be the dominating topic of this election), how concerned are they?

    Catholics aren’t happy with Ryan. Catholic nuns, priests, bishops, and friars have called the Ryan budget “immoral,” a “severe failure,” and the “height of hypocrisy.” That’s some pretty strong wording.

    I wouldn’t be too optimistic about the general public either. Based on the several polls (Gallop, PEW, PPP, etc), people in general weren’t too thrilled about it a few months ago. Now it’s pretty much in their faces. I would expect those on Medicare or SSI would think twice before pulling a lever that offers them a lower paying coupon and hands SSI over to Wallstreet. I can’t see millions being helped through AKA to vote to end their health care. And then there’s the millions of middle class workers that aren’t real thrilled at tax increases for them to swallow the entire cost while lowering taxes for the upper class.

    You see, here’s the thing. People may rally behind someone or some policies, until you hit them in their wallets. Even union folks can scream “buy American” until those Chinese products eases their wallets. The folks that simply despise a black man in the White House can may want him out with their every fiber UNTIL it affects his wallet. So all of these cuts sound good on paper as long as you keep your hands off a given person’s Medicare, or Social Security, or whatever it is that hits them financially. And I seriously doubt that the millions of people depending on Pell grants to help with the school bills are going to be thrilled with the Ryan budget. Much like their money, they’re kinda partial to their children as well.

  10. The Paul Ryan plan would instead offer future retirees support to buy a private insurance plan—with the amount of the support rising at the rate of general inflation. If health care costs continue to rise during the next three decades at the same pace as in the past three decades, then—under this proposal—today’s 30-somethings would receive support sufficient to cover about 25 percent of their Medicare costs, leaving them to find the other 75 percent themselves. The money saved would be applied to balance the budget and finance a big tax cut, reducing the top income-tax rate to 28 percent from the otherwise scheduled 39.6 percent.

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