Liberalism Must be Defeated in the Arena of Ideas
The liberal utopia sounds pretty and nice, but doesn’t take into account the lazy, power hungry, and greedy.
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There’s no question that Obama’s purpose is the elimination of opposition. Obama doesn’t want to debate anybody. He doesn’t care to debate anybody. He’s not interested in anybody else’s ideas. He’s not interested in bipartisanship. All that’s just mumbo jumbo that’s focus group tested. He knows that low-information voters practically have orgasms when they hear “bipartisan,” “cooperation,” “working together to get things done,” blah, blah, blah, blah.
So he utters that stuff, but that’s not what he’s about. It’s his way or the highway. Now, I’d be the same way. I don’t want to be misunderstood. I’d be the same way. I make no bones about it: I think liberals are to be defeated. Now, I think liberals are to be defeated for different reasons than liberals want me defeated. I’m not afraid of ’em. I don’t think they need to be silenced. I don’t want to inflict government on ’em.
I don’t want to have the First Amendment shut ’em down do or anything like that, the tactics they would use. I’m not interested in any kind of boycotts against ’em. I want to beat ’em in the arena of ideas because I want a victory that lasts and I want a victory that’s substance and I want a victory that has a mandate, so I want to beat ’em in the arena of ideas. They don’t care about that ’cause they can’t win that debate. Their ideas are on display now.
We’ve had 4-1/2 years of their ideas, and what’s happening?