To get the attention of Conservatives in Canada in hockey fan/Prime Minister Harper’s Conservative Party, maybe I should have headlined it “Palin and tea party shoot! She scores!” Then maybe the canucks would take notice, and take the facts of politics seriously.
After last night’s repeat win, I think we’ve (“we” being actual conservatives, a.k.a. “we the people”) now finally at least got the serious attention of American Republicans. But are Canadian Conservatives still hiding under their desks?
Oh yes they are. They’re still being conducted, as to their “conservative” political “principles”, and their more public sickeningly p.c. (which stands for both “politically correct”, and, coinkydinkly, “Progressive Conservative”) pronouncements, by the likes of perhaps one of the most ineffectual and pedestrian columnist in Canada, the liberal/progressive Vancouver Sun’s Barbara Yaffe. She, as the apparent self-anointed arbiter of conservative “extremism”, wrote last week, ever so tenderly, using ever so moderate language, on the very day before September 11:
But this country probably is too politically cautious and traditional to tolerate Palin’s eccentricities and extremism.
Palin (in reality the very bastion of traditional), Yaffe declares, is the extremist. On September 10 yet. Is Yaffe merely being ironic? Is she obtuse? Who knows? But this is how liberals and all progressives think. Show them a picture of Palin and one of Saddam Hussein, and they’ll point to Palin as the dangerous one. (A Coulterism.) And they’ll do it on September 10. And worse, they’ll do it on September 12.
And they’re still bobbing their heads following the baton of ludicrous, wishful, hopeful, breathless liberal media headlines following last night’s Sarah Palin/tea party win, in newspapers across Canada and the world like this actual Reuters headline in the left-wing Toronto Star: “Tea Party win hurts Republicans’ U.S. Senate chances”. Are they also obtuse? Or just living in Opposite Land ‘o Irony? Actually, no, they’re so desperate to stop us, they pretend — compromising their very newspapers’ credibility and objectivity — that unless we stop doing what is obviously so massively popular, then owing to that fact, we’ll obviously lose. We always knew the progressives and liberal elites thought we were stupid, but this is ridiculous.
But you know, the people at the local newspaper are just being community-minded and altruistic and they’re just lookin’ out for little old us, folks! Trust ‘em! Stop voting for conservatives! Then you’ll win!
They should all wise up. Sara Palin and the tea party movement is “going away”, as so yearned by the state-owned CBC/National Post News and Advertising Cooperative newspaper, most “Tories”, and all the other progressives in Canada — in much the same way the iPhone is “a fad” which will eventually yield back to the superior old land line.
From the state-owned CBC/National Post News and Advertising Cooperative newspaper earlier this year.
Never forget those who dismiss Sarah Palin and the tea party movement and what she and they (we) believe in and stand for, because they obviously don’t stand for you and me and what you and me stand for. At all. They’re pushing an agenda. A progressive, left-wing agenda. And you can’t trust a news media that is pushing an agenda.
Elites like them and all their progressive friends should be roundly shunned in Canada once and for all. Or do as I do: laugh at them and their lack of prescience and their lack of political prowess and sophistication. I mean right in their faces. Because liberals all believe everybody in the room agrees with them. Make it clear to the room: we don’t agree with them.
Speak in bold colors.
And here’s how Fox News Channel presents reality. I.E., like reality. See, unlike the ever so considerate newspapers’ headline above, the reality is that it’s only DEMOCRATS who HOPE tea party victories mean Republic Party losses. It’s not a general statement of fact.