“Rep. Mica: White House knew about GSA scandal, withheld information”
In the wake of Whistleblower Susan Brita’s testimony, Rep John Mica discusses the White House’s role in keeping the scandal quiet. “Journalist” Soledad O’Brien reacts with barely concealed contempt that this Republican would accuse the Greatest and Most Transparent Administration in the History of Ever of engaging in some sort of cover up.
– That being something completely beyond the realm of possibility, evidently.
Anyone who believes we live in a free country any longer is delusional. We are living in the midst of a coup. The philosophy behind it is tyrannical and relies on materialism and anti-foundationalism for its philosophical justification — but that, too, is a dodge: this is about a will to power, and a progressive assumption that the political and policy beliefs of leftist activists provide the moral imperative allow ends to justify means.
That some putative GOP boosters fail to see it — or would rather decry the overreaction of Visigoths to what they maintain is merely traditional Democrat political maneuvering — is potentially dangerous, but it should also be largely irrelevant.
Unless, that is, you are one of those people who can be shamed easily.
Unfortunately, the GOP seems to be crawling with tightly woven groups of such types, who do an admirable job of convincing one another than their cowardice and blinkered worldview is really just hard-boiled realism coupled with a pragmatic approach to problem solving.
Which, you must admit, has certainly served Presidents Dole and McCain well.