Friday, April 13, 2012

The Charade Of 'The Mommy Wars'

From The republican Mother:
I love it when they make the Hegelian Dialectic so clear. They're going to use the mommy war card, full of guilt and self-righteousness. Emotions triggered, brain turned off. Saying that raising five kids,  is hard work is supposed to put her in the good graces of socially conservative America. That's what they're planning up there at Elite-ville. Let's get the women vote riled up to turn out one way or another. Working on the ol' conservative base only after of making your life story both a punchline and punching bag for honesty is quite a lot of audacity.

Munching my popcorn watching the WWF spectacle that has become American politics, and wondering why more people can't see how totally phony all this is? You think I'd vote for these Romney Goldman Sachs characters because Obama is so awful. Honeychild, Awful left the train station 99 years ago, and there's nothing that any man, woman or child can really do about it individually at this point. I'll still be pulling for Paul because he's earned my respect. That, and I got to see how this delegate soap opera is going to go. Don't listen to what the MSM
This is just another shell game,designed to distract us from the real problems most conservatives and libertarians have with Mitt Romney and the direction of this country.Never mind that day by day our money is becoming more worthless.Never mind we owe more money than their is in the whole world in the national debt.Never mind that our very own freedoms are constantly under assault from both Democrats and Republicans.What we should be really worried about is whether Ann Romney as a stay at home mom had a real job.Never fail though,the sheepeople that conservatives have become are drinking it up faster than the cool-aid Jim Jones served up to his followers.


Brock Townsend said...

Good piece and posted.

Thomas Gann said...

Thank you,Brock,I appreciate it.

Brock Townsend said...

Thank you, Sir.

republicanmother said...

Thanks for the reblog Thomas. Your blog reminds me of field trips to the panorama thing at the Atlanta Zoo. Is that the mural in the background there?

Thomas Gann said...

You are quite welcomed republican Mother.

Yes that is the panorama from the Cyclorama of the Battle of Atlanta at Grant park in Atlanta.