Ladies and gentlemen, what happened this week at the Supreme Court is profound regardless the outcome. It was an eye-opening experience for millions of Americans that were paying attention maybe for the first time to this kind of thing. But the reason that I harp on this is… and I’m still struggling with a way to explain this to you. The reason I think it’s profound is that the next time one of these events, such as Hayward just reviewed in this horrible month for the Democrats, the next time the media and the Democrat Party get all excited about something happening in our country or in our culture or in our media, and when they’re all in unity on it, the reaction ought to be they’re lying. They’re making it up. There’s a political agenda here. There is no real outrage, for example.

All these people supposedly calling advertisers of this program. There was no angry consumer outrage. It was all trumped up. The same thing was attempted with the Trayvon Martin case. To create a false reality, to make it look like the country is as agitated as the left is, but it never is. The country is never as roiled and as agitated as the left is. They can succeed in upsetting people. But the object lesson here is to, from this point forward, just don’t believe them. Just understand with some sophistication the effort that’s being made every time something seemingly falls in their laps that is on the surface made to order to get rid of one of their enemies or to get rid of opposition to an issue or piece of legislation or what have you.

They don’t live in reality. They have no moral fiber or moral core. They are not smarter by any stretch. They’re not as smart as you are. They have shut themselves off from learning. You and I, for example, can explain liberalism to somebody. They can’t explain conservatism. They don’t care. They’re not interested. It doesn’t matter. It’s beneath them. As such they’re not informed. It’s like Geithner was up talking to some congressional committee about reducing the deficit. He said, (paraphrasing) “Well, we don’t really have a plan. All we know is we don’t like yours.” But Geithner doesn’t know what our plan is. He doesn’t care what our plan is. The fact that it’s ours is enough for him to reject it. That is arrogance, that’s conceit, and that’s who they are.

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