Liberalism # 2
Wednesday, Oct. 10, 2007
A commentary on Liberalism in Nov. - Dec. 1999
This is the second in a series on the awesome power of the Presidency, Liberalism, and the Mainstream Press for good and evil in America. Liberals need political correctness, judicial activism and Clintonism to handicap common sense and reason. With agendas like the ACLU, and individuals like Larry Flynt the pornographer, they have stranglehold on many American institutions and at least one political party.
They have a peculiar and unnatural blindness to the errors and evil of communism in general, and in particular, how else could a communist like Castro survive in our hemisphere. A Hitler would have been gone years ago.
“I define the parameters of my own morality.” Vernon Jordan
Bradley, “Almost Marxist in his leanings.”
Lies, distort, smear, - an ideology that is morally and intellectually bankrupt and suicidal for the nation.
The Alger Hiss Case and the Clinton Impeachment Trials and Scandals were similar in many ways. The liberal elite were unwilling to remove one of their own, a perjurer and a rogue from the political arena.
The poster man and woman of liberalism in this decade is the Clinton Presidency.
Recall the two weavers in “The Emperor or Empress wore New Clothes.” The little girl blurted out, “He has nothing on.”
Liberalism is to America, what communism was to Russia.
Rogue, Machiavellian, demagogue.
“Billy Graham has said of Pope John Paul II, certainly with accuracy, that he will ‘go down in history as the greatest of our modern Popes. He’s the strong conscience of the whole Christian world.’
The antitode to false liberalism and its Achilles heel is Pope John Paul II.
Born and baptized Christians, particularly, Catholics need to convert to their faith
Charles Colson, “I believe John Paul II is exactly right in predicting that the year 2000 will usher in ‘a great springtime for Christianity.’ P. 68 First Things, June, July, 1999
In the Supreme Court decision Planned Parenthood v. Casey, “at the heart of liberty is the right to define one’s own concept of meaning, of the universe, and of the mystery of human life.”
p. 26, Nov. Dec. 1999.
(We have written of a false liberalism. Has it not influenced us?)