March 3, 1999
I'm fed up with the sanctimonious liberals imposing their values
on me. Is this a free country, or isn't it?
I'm fed up with the liberals telling me that I can't be judgmental
about crimes and sins, even when committed by the President. We have
every right to be judgmental, and the liberals have their nerve trying
to dictate a "Thou shalt not be judgmental" commandment.
I'm fed up with the liberals telling me I must be nonpartisan. Do
we have political freedom in America or don't we? The liberals have
their nerve trying to enforce a nonpartisan rule on Republicans, while
at the same time winking at Democratic Senators who goosestepped to a
unanimous partisan vote to save Bill Clinton from the fate he deserved.
Maybe it depends on what the meaning of partisan is. I guess, if
you behave like a Republican, you are partisan, but if you behave like
a Democrat you are nonpartisan.
They all knew that Clinton, like O.J., was guilty. But the
liberals closed ranks to impose their values on the country by
defeating what Alan Dershowitz called "the forces of evil" (i.e.,
Republicans and the so-called religious right).
I'm fed up with the liberals imposing the label "mean-spirited"
on Republicans. Is it mean-spirited to criticize Clinton but not mean-spirited to criticize Ken Starr or Newt Gingrich?
I'm fed up with the liberals imposing their values on us about
perjury, along with their absurd caveat that "everybody lies about
sex." If it's just "he says, she says" and everybody lies, we
should toss out all the sexual harassment cases, enjoy sex in the
workplace, and then lie about it.
I'm fed up with the liberals blaming the Republicans for Clinton's
impeachment and trial. The Independent Counsel law, which required
Starr to investigate Clinton, and the law that allowed Paula Jones to
have discovery rights against Clinton to prove a pattern of sexual
harassment, were both Democratic laws signed by President Clinton.
I'm fed up with the liberals dictating their new moral imperative
that we must "move on" and "become moderate," or else they will
label us "extremist." Who gave them the right to enforce a new law
of moderation and extremism and to brand people with their judgments?
I thought we were supposed to be nonjudgmental, or does that rule
depend on who is making the judgment? Or, maybe it depends on what the
meaning of extremism is.
Let's try to understand the new moral code that the liberals are
trying to impose. Is it "moderate" for a CEO (hypocritically posing
for photo-ops carrying a Bible) to use an entry-level employee as his
office sex toy, but it's "extremist" for observers to say he doesn't
observe the Biblical moral code?
I'm fed up with the liberals telling us we have a moral obligation
to spend American blood and money in ethnic conflicts all around the
world. Where did the interventionist liberals get any authority to
impose their foreign-policy morality on us?
How dare the liberals impose their values on us by pretending that
the way THEY spend OUR money is morally superior to the way individual
Americans spend it! Bill Clinton says he won't refund the surplus tax
revenues to the taxpayers because we might not "spend it right."
I'm fed up with the liberals saying it is OUR moral duty to spend
OUR money for THEIR pet projects (it's called taxes) in order to
provide benefits to special constituencies that are expected to vote
liberal. This endless stream of constituencies seeking handouts runs
the gamut from illegal aliens, to the welfare bureaucracy, to the con
artists peddling pornography, to the big bankers demanding that we bail
out their risky overseas investments.
I'm fed up with the liberals and the teachers unions imposing
their Whole Language, School-to-Work, "comprehensive" sex education,
and diversity curricula on other people's children. The educrats won't
even allow parents a choice for phonics, abstinence classes, or
traditional academic basics.
I'm fed up with the liberals telling me I have to respect their
gods: the Presidency and his "wag the dog" foreign policy, the
Imperial Judiciary and its activist decisions, and the public schools
with their failed methods. Who gave the liberals the authority to
substitute those gods for God and His Ten Commandments?
I'm fed up with the liberals prescribing tolerance as the supreme
moral value and imposing their notions of what is acceptable or
unacceptable behavior. I'm fed up with the liberals telling us that we
must show forgiveness about Clinton's perjury, peculiar sex, and
perversion of justice at the same time that he spells reconciliation
R E V E N G E.
I'm fed up with the liberals falsely accusing Republicans and the
so-called religious right of imposing their values on society, when the
evidence proves that the liberals have been using the full powers of
government, the media and academia to impose THEIR values on us. Their
values, like Clinton's Presidency, are just as stained as the famous