Death of the GOP

The Republican Party is Dead.

Give a man a fish, feed him for a day.

Teach a man to fish, feed him for a lifetime.

Try to teach a man to fish but he says, “Why the hell should I have to fish? Just give me some of yours!” and you’re talking to someone who votes for candidates with a D next to their name.

There is a popular quote, often misattributed, but I’ll go with the Library of Congress’ designee, Alexander Tytler. It reads: “A Democracy cannot exist as a permanent form of government. It can only exist until voters discover that they can vote themselves largesse from the treasury. From that moment on the majority only votes for the candidates promising the most benefits from the public treasury, with the result that a Democracy always collapses over loose fiscal policy, always followed by a dictatorship.

Sound like anybody we know?

Democrats converted Tytler’s cautionary words into a policy for governing, so it reads, shorter version: When the people find that they can vote themselves money through our party that will herald the end of the Republicans.

Tytler’s words so inspired a certain president that he simplified and modernized them for his own quote on the true reason behind his welfare program, the ‘Great Society’ – “I’ll have those n*****s voting Democrat for the next hundred years.”

Got a problem with the use of the “n” word there?

Take it up with the guy who said it, Lyndon Johnson, a Democrat (you know, those guys who are always telling black people that Republicans are racists.)

Progressives deny the quote, but what else can they do? They’re no more truthful about Johnson’s racism than they are of Planned Parenthood founder Margaret Sanger’s. Or their own.

By the time the 2012 presidential elections came around, Johnson’s evil intentions had extrapolated to the desired long-term outcome, the ‘have-nots’ outnumbered the ‘haves’ and we got ‘Obama – the Sequel.’

Sure the early warning signs were evident in 2008. It didn’t hurt that Obama had the proper pigmentation for 98% of 15% of the population, along with the great white dopes who voted for him because of self-loathing and guilt for crimes against humanity which took place 150 years ago (and which they had absolutely nothing to do with), but the 2008 election could be attributed to the fact that the little Grubers swallowed that whole hopey-changey shiny penny.

However, by 2012 the petal was off the bloom. The American people saw that when the Great Social Justice Warrior said, “I will fundamentally change the United States,” he meant he intended to replace ‘American Exceptionalism’ with ‘Third-World-Hell-hole, Divided by Race and Class.’

Yet, despite a now-enlightened population, he won his race for reelection anyway.

Why?

For the simple, sinister reason that he finished the job Johnson started – he increased the number of citizens on government assistance programs so as to neuter the opposing party.

Now here we are, 2016, and food stamp recipients are up 42% over their 2008 pre-Obama level.

And six million more people are living in poverty than when Obama first took office.

Barack_Obama_and_Clark_Kellogg_cropWelfare? Up.

Disability? Up.

The number of Americans out of the work force? Up.

The Republic is lost. If the stats don’t convince you, stop and look at what’s happening on the Democrat side of the presidential race – Bernie Sanders is ascending to the nomination.

It matters not whether Hillary wins, or collapses like she did in 2008. Sanders, an avowed socialist is in the running. And gaining momentum for the lead.

Could this have happened twenty years ago? No, he wouldn’t even be in the race.

It couldn’t have happened ten years ago. It couldn’t even have happened in 2012. But now, in 2016, the time is right.

We’ve gone from a candidate who was a community organizer accused of never having a real job, to a candidate who literally didn’t have a job until he was FORTY years old. A guy who admits he wants to raise taxes to 90% on the top earners. And don’t kid yourself – when he runs out of their money to fund his socialist dream of a rainbow over the roof of every home and a unicorn in every driveway, he’ll come after the middle class.

So while the pro-Trump crowd screams, “Elect The Donald or the Republic is lost!” and the anti-Trump crowd yells, “If we elect Trump the Republic is lost!” those removed from the insanity of the in-fighting realize that sadly, it doesn’t matter – the Republic as we knew it is lost either way.

The Republican Party has gone the way of the Dodo; these dodos just don’t know it yet. But eight months from now they’re going to be bitch-slapped by reality.

When it comes to presidential elections it’s the uni-party from here on out, folks. The globalists have landed, planted their flag, given out their freebies (also known as our tax money) and claimed the country for their own. And we’re never going to be able to put the genie back in the bottle.

Someone call McCain and Murkowski. Tell Snowe, Collins, Ryan and the rest of the Dems-in-disguise crowd it’s OK to come out of the closet now.

In 2016, Tytler’s warning has come true, because Lyndon Johnson’s 1964 dream has come true.

And now, it is an unwitting nation’s nightmare . . .

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S.P. Palermo

Sonny Palermo is an editor, novelist, humorist and marketing director. His writing has appeared at Lucianne’s, David Horowitz’s News Reel Blog, American Thinker, I Hate the Media and the Daily Caller, as well as other popular websites and magazines. His favorite quote is "With Words I Enlist a Dark Army." (Pat Conroy, Prince of Tides) When asked to submit a short bio, he sent us this: I was born. Then a lot of other stuff happened. Currently I'm in Vegas, Sin City, where 50% of my time is spent in the confessional booth trying to explain (and seeking penance for) the other 50%.

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