Monday, January 07, 2013

Guest from the Right: Rebel Yid

Incompetent Conservatives


The January 2013 issue of Commentary asked 53 writers and conservative leaders What is the Future of Conservatism?

This is part of the response from Bret Stephens,

I know it’s a small thing in the scheme of the universe that Ashcroft should have been offended by a piece of statuary. It’s probably no big deal that Senator Marco Rubio professes agnosticism as to whether the Earth is thousands or billions of years old. Had Todd Akin of Missouri been elected to the Senate, his notions of reproductive biology would have had scant bearing on, say, his votes on defense. The fact that a considerable percentage of Republican voters believe Barack Obama’s college transcripts are the Da Vinci Code of his presidency is of slight consequence to the future of Western civilization. It makes little practical political difference that so many Republicans consider the theory of evolution to be a piece of quackery on par with, say, the teachings of Madame Blavatsky. The mysterious inability or unwillingness of so many Republicans to use the adjectival form when speaking of the “Democrat Party” is not an issue on which the fate of the Republic hinges.

But it adds up. To a greater degree than some readers of this magazine may care to admit, the conservative movement has grown prudish, crotchety, God-obsessed, conspiratorial, retrograde, and insipid. Somebody needs to stand athwart and yell “stop.”

I write this as someone who thinks the Obama administration is wreaking long-term damage on the United States at home and abroad. So it’s all the more depressing that the conservative movement and its organs in politics and the media failed to pass what ought to have been an easy test: winning a winnable election. If the GOP could not defeat an incumbent president who had saddled himself with high unemployment and the most unpopular legislation in modern history, how do they expect to defeat Hillary Clinton should she run in 2016?

HKO

If you went to the web page for a company you were considering transacting with and it stated objectives that appealed to you such as rapid order response and competitive prices you may give them a call. But if the receptionist was an idiot, the salesman was a fool and the credit clerk was rude, you would probably go elsewhere. This is how I see the GOP. They declare worthy goals and then put the execution of the goals in the hands of incompetents This is not to say they there are some worthy leaders, but there are enough fools that it becomes hard to attract voters.

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61 comments:

Anonymous said...

Maps of the 2012 US presidential election results

http://www-personal.umich.edu/~mejn/election/2012/

There's a big wide world of truth out there, yid, grab ya some.

rbb said...

Nice depiction of your gop.
I don't think I could have done it better.

Good luck with that.

Whither thou goest, O once proud gop?

free0352 said...

But if the receptionist was an idiot, the salesman was a fool and the credit clerk was rude, you would probably go elsewhere.

That is partially true, but in truth it is a great deal worst than that.

Its like all you said, but also they charge your account for services never rendered and don't meet the terms of the contract, then take you to claims court, bribe the judge, and take your house.

CrabbyOldMan said...

Free0352, tell me truthfully, are you mad at the Republicans?

Haverwilde said...

I am one of many; and I am fed up with the GOP, and the current state of ‘conservative’ movement.
Religion has so fucked up the politics of the right that it truly is time to say “enough!”

I am a pro-choice, fiscal conservative, small government-type, politically active individual. I also don’t believe that Christianity (or any religion) has any place in public schools or in the courtrooms.

I accept that some science is flawed but the age of the earth, and the existence of evolution, are not areas that are flawed, incomplete perhaps but real.

I watch as the principle-based actions of the right are ridiculed by the degenerate and corrupt on the left. Even here, the left oriented writers laugh, criticize, condemn the right, yet refuse to face the massive corruption of their own party.

The GOP is either a lost cause, or must be reborn. We probably need a new party, because the GOP insiders are so locked into a losing dance with the statists within and without the party.

The left makes fun of the folks who see that we are in a downward spiral and are grasping for a chance at survival e.g. the movement to secede from the Union. But they don’t recognize the looming destruction that their policies are guaranteeing.

Zelda said...

With the Democrats and Republicans, we are looking at two sides of the same coin.

What does it say when the press forgets to report that Al Gore just sold his failed news network to al Jazeera after refusing to sell to Glen Beck because Beck is not representative of his values. What values does al Jazeera represent to Gore? Is it their justifications for terrorism or the oil money? Also, and not just tangentially related, why did he try to get the deal done before January 1st to avoid paying more taxes? Shouldn't he be paying his fair share?

I like that standards are high for Republicans, but there is a point where it doesn't matter any more. Republicans are going to be painted with a certain brush no matter what, so of course only the kooks are going to apply. With the Democrats, it doesn't matter what kind of a hypocrite/nutcase/criminal they are, they are not going to be held to any standards, so of course the most corrupt are going to apply. This is the state of politics.

BigD said...

Anonymous: You need to get a clue. I doubt that anyone politically interested enough to read ALa's blog isn't aware that B.O. got more votes than M.R. The point of interest is: Why?

Haverwilde: I agree with you to a great extent. Biggest point of disagreement is abortion, but mostly because I consider it to be a question for the states, not the feds.

I'm trying hard to figure out how to leave the GOP behind in the next presidential election (and even better start it in 2014). The word "statist" hit it right on the head. Most of the GOP, especially the very long term Representatives, the Senators, and the Presidential hopefulls are about keeping the big spending going, because that is how they can get the big contributions. The only hope I see is a non-personality cult grass roots movement that can manage to fend of the petty power brokers that (IMO) ruined the Tea Party by giving it a "headquarter" in their city, state, etc.

Haverwilde said...

BigD,

I would prefer that abortion were a state matter. The current national climate just does not allow a reasoned debate on the subject. I would prefer abortion on demand for the first half of a pregnancy, and after that only to protect the health or life of the mother—but it is impossible to even start that kind of discussion.

Regarding an alternative to the GOP, I have looked into the Conservative Party, the Tea Party, the New Whig party, all I see is folks Talking—not acting. If some group would actually start organizing I would be busy setting up a party in my state. Maybe the easiest thing is to set up a conservative democrat party—we could formally adopt a Blue Dog as our mascot.

CrabbyOldMan said...

If we are all serious about getting rid of Comrade Hussein and his commissars, we need to concentrate on practical ways of doing so. The screams of anguish, wailing and tantrums will get us nowhere.
Most seem to agree that the GOP as it presently exists is not up to the job.
The conservative movement has to put together a majority or else devise some means of seizing power as a minority, as the communists have done at various times.
I don’t think that an attempt to seize power would meet with any success at all for a number of reasons, so that idea goes into the dumper along with the idea of minority blackmail.
Like it or not, we are left with the job of putting together a conservative majority.
The choices are to reform what we have now or create a third party.
Since the stakes are very high, and third party movements are not normally successful, it seems to me that taking control of the GOP via a movement from within offers the best chance of success.
The Tea Party was at the very worst a step in the right direction and possibly the foundation of the movement I would like to see.
I think that the NATIONAL platform should be based upon sound economics, sane national security and a much smaller Federal Government generally. It should be made clear that both the policies and the funding for abortion, school policy, health care, the death penalty, Christmas Trees etc. are state matters to be addressed in each state by the state party.
I absolutely agree that as things stand now, the bible thumpers and anti-abortion zealots probably drive away more votes than they bring to the table, NATIONALLY, but may very well be winners from locale to locale, depending upon where. We need to accept anyone into the tent who supports the NATIONAL platform with the understanding that they can favor or disfavor, say, government medicine for their own state (provided that it is paid for by that state).
What say you all?

Zelda said...

Conservatives/libertarians can reset the entire conversation by supporting the legalization of marijuana. Take the issue away from the Democrats now. Make it about freedom from government control and emphasize how relentless the Democrats are in micromanaging people's lives. The press will shit themselves and will have no idea how to cover it. This opens the door for Republicans to attack Democrats on their increasingly intrusive policies. Freedom sells.

CrabbyOldMan said...

I contend that the conservative platform should be for the devisive political questions like the legalization of marijuana, the banning of abortiions etc. being settled by each state for that state. Removing the problem of people having the other side forced on them could leave the national dialog to economics, national security and the size of government generally.
Also, limiting the issue, say, of looser drug laws or socialized medicine to a few areas would greately reduce the risk of such experiments.

Fearthuinn min an Saille said...

Agreed. As for the vote, it's pretty easy to see how Romney lost the popular vote....fed up people who weren't going to vote for him, and then the split between those who went ahead and voted for Obama (why not? They're the same politician) and those who voted independent. The only folks who voted for Romney were the ones who either believed in him, or were going to hold their nose because he had an R affiliation. Not a stellar way to gather votes.

Hoss said...

What's it matter? The democrats are clueless morons who are going to pander and spend until there's nothing - nothing -left, and the republicans are idiots who don't have the balls to let the shit hit the fan. Let it hit, because it's going to anyway, and the MSM is going to blame it on you regardless. But history will be kinder: nobody will remember that it was a Republican House that told Obama to fuck himself and he's not getting anymore Monopoly money, but it surely will note who was the President when it hit. It'll be hilarious when all the people who do the heavy lifting decide they've had enough, and then the dems don't have anyone left to squeeze.

Buy more ammo.

BigD said...

I think that both Zelda and Crabby have the right idea, but it needs to be combined. There is nothing in the Constitution to make drugs a federal matter. It has been done by obcsenely stretching the commerce clause. Freedom! Freedom! Freedom! And only giving power back to the states will allow the return of freedom! I still say the root cause is the 17th ammendment. It used to be that you had Senators setting up power structures in their states. But they had to answer to the states. Now those power structures have shifted to big business and that is who they are beholden too. Corporate, and most other, tax loop holes are here to stay. The GOP is married to the big money as badly as the Dems. The change will be grass roots, or not at all!

Zelda said...

I agree that it's a state matter, but you have to frame the issue in a way that will get people's attention and trip up the media. Quietly saying it should be left up to the states will just be ignored. Loudly proclaiming that the federal government is overstepping its bounds with regards to personal freedom will get people's attention.

And you have to catch the wave. The polls are just now beginning to suggest that a majority would favor legalizing marijuana. Do like the Dems did with gay marriage and jump out in front. I guarantee you that more people care about legalizing pot than gay marriage.

CrabbyOldMan said...

I am adamant that legalizing marijuana, banning abortions and the other "social issues" CANNOT be part of a NATIONAL platform. They would both drive away more votes than they attract. They could, however, be part of the party's STATE platform according to the wishes of the particular state, with the understanding that it is OK to be on either side of those issues in Alabama or Ohio, but still be a conservative in good standing as long as one supports the conservative's NATIONAL platform of sound economic and national security policies and smaller government generally.
This approach requires party discipline, as does any other winning strategy. A free-or-all will be disastrous.
The idea of letting each locality conduct its affairs according to its own wishes is hardly a new idea in this country. It was a significant departure from the totalitarian governments elsewhere in the world when the country was founded.
Which idea, decentralization or centralization, worked best?
You can bet that some states will enact hair brained social policies and spend themselves to death. We should not care as long as we have sound national policies.
The stupid states will stew in their own juice until they collapse and then reform in order to survive at all. I am thinking of the way the former iron curtain countries rejected Communism after they had a chance to live under it for a while. I predict that the same will quickly come of flower power.

Anonymous said...

Agreed Yid. If it were a Pizza place you would go to the other pizza place even if you didn't like the pizza the second place had. Because even though it was bad, you were not frightened to death by the kind of bad it was.
That's why thinking folks have voted for the Democrat party since the end of the Reagan years the pinnacle of thinking solution driven Republicanism.
Voting for this bunch of "Republicans" is like picking a heart surion from the crowd of clowns getting out of the car at the circus.

Zelda said...

Of course it can be part of the national platform. Are we the nanny staters or the freedom lovers? Abortion is a separate issue because it actually involves the destruction of human life, the protection of which is pretty much the first thing guaranteed in the Constitution. Marijuana? No mention of it. It can be left up to the states, and the failed (surprised?) federal war on drugs ended. But Republicans need to stop being such uptight preachers and get out in front. If social conservatives don't want to compromise on abortion, they absolutely must compromise on marijuana. If they don't want to be dictated to, then they must not dictate to others.

Zelda said...

And actually, Crabby, I think you have it somewhat backwards. Republicans can't compromise on the abortion issue because they will with 100% certainty, lose the social cons. Where social cons will compromise is marijuana as long as they don't have to compromise on abortion. And I think libertarians will compromise on abortion as long as they know it's a civil rights issue and not some social con, nanny state preacher imposing their version of big government. Getting out in front of the Democrats on marijuana and ending the war on drugs will reset the debate long enough for people to hear the arguments in favor of fiscal conservatism and small government.

CrabbyOldMan said...

Zelda, I have explained several times that I consider it the very worst of public policy to take the risk of loosening the drug laws because no one has been able to point to ANY advantage in exchange for taking that risk. Since there are voters who do want to loosen the drug laws, my compromise position is letting each state decide the issue for itself.
Some will and some won't.
I consider it entirely reasonable to take the same position on abortion, homosexuality, Christmas Trees etc.
I think that there are people on both sides of the divisive social issues who support conservative economic and national security policies and dislike the welfare/nanny state.
I think it entirely possible that the abortion issue costs the conservatives more votes than it brings. Of course, I might be wrong, but we are not winning doing what we are doing now.
It all gets back to taking a half loaf or no loaf at all.
Where will we end up if the Chicagocrats continue to set the agenda?

Zelda said...

Honestly, Crab, what do you think is worse? The current fiscal trajectory or legalizing pot? Republicans must start thinking outside the box. What will put a dent in the relentless celebrity Democrat machine? What will win more votes and not drive away the base? Right now, a younger generation isn't even hearing what Republicans are saying. They aren't even able to recognize the absurd hypocrisy of Democrats pretending to support marijuana legalization while trying to restrict tobacco/soft drinks/hamburgers. A pro-marijuana stance doesn't compromise small government values, it certainly doesn't compromise free market values, and it provides political cover for a pro-life position which will keep the evangelical/social con vote and not alienate so many moderates. We keep watching the Democrats step on their dicks, and think surely they're through, but since it's never reported people don't see it. Time to bring something new.

CrabbyOldMan said...

I don’t buy legalizing marijuana nationally as the solution. If the Chicagocrats did, they would have vigorously supported doing so.
Addressing the disastrous national security and fiscal policies has to be the highest national priority.
I think that conservatives need to be neutral on the divisive social issues, like abortion and marijuana. I believe the most practical solution is to take the position that the social issues need to be decided by the states for each state. I see less risk if a few states experiment with foolish legislation than having the whole country do so. The conservative national platform should be limited to national security and fiscal policies along with smaller government generally.
The idea is to sweep in voters from both sides of the social issues that support the national issues.
Zelda, since abortion is your hot button, I ask you if you want the same number of them we have now or fewer of them. I know I would rather have a few instead of all states legalize marijuana.

Zelda said...

Crabby, I think we're arguing different things. I'm just arguing politics, not the efficacy of any particular policy. Addressing the disastrous fiscal policy has to be the highest priority, but harping on that won't get the right politicians elected. People don't understand the crisis.

" believe the most practical solution is to take the position that the social issues need to be decided by the states for each state. "

I believe that too, but that's the kind of boring language that is overshadowed by Beyonce's ass bouncing around for Obama.

"...since abortion is your hot button, I ask you if you want the same number of them we have now or fewer of them. "

I think it should be illegal. I also know that social conservatives won't compromise on it. I also know that a pro-life stance turns off moderates. In order to keep the social cons and attract more moderates, I'm suggesting that the GOP come out in favor of the legalization of marijuana, which really just means an end of federal involvement. Naturally the regulation of it will be left up to the states, but not many voters pay attention to those details. I'm talking about how to get out in front of the Democrats and reset the conversation.

Do I think pot legalization is a high priority? No. Do I think it could help the economy? Some. Do I think it will help get fiscally responsible politicians elected? Yes. So there it is.

CrabbyOldMan said...

Zelda, your argument that supporting the legalization of marijuana will miraculously provide a fig leaf for continuing to support a national ban on abortions is simply not compelling.
The abortion stance is absolutely a litmus test for huge numbers of voters. Some of them have been voting for conservatives and some for liberals. You are absolutely correct that Republicans must start thinking outside the box and figure out how many of the liberal voters can be brought into the conservative camp.
By the way, I absolutely agree with you that my ideas would require very effective sales people.

Zelda said...

Here's the dilemma, Crabby. The social cons are the Republican base. You will lose them with a pro-abortion candidate and you will see a landslide defeat instead of the relatively narrow defeats we've had so far.

The dilemma then becomes what to do to get people who won't vote for a pro-life candidate to at least reconsider. They aren't paying attention to the debt if they're letting a social issue dictate their voting habits, so you need to use another social issue to catch their attention. Legalizing marijuana is the only thing that won't compromise the small government principles the Republicans are supposed to have.

CrabbyOldMan said...

Goddammit Zelda!
I keep trying to get the idea across that the NATIONAL platform should be NEUTRAL on the SOCIAL ISSUES so as to allow voters on both sides of the various fences to support rational economic and national security policies and smaller government generally, all the while supporting state candidates consistent with their particular social views.
I think we both agree that the social issues are most properly decided at the state level anyway, don't we?

Zelda said...

Goddammit Crabby! LOL.

I keep trying to get the idea across that I know what you are saying and it doesn't work. The last two candidates were as neutral on social issues as it is possible to be. It doesn't matter. They're going to be tarred with the socially conservative brush and the press is going to obsess about it unless the candidate takes on a social issue that will change the conversation from legalizing rape to freedom, baby!

CrabbyOldMan said...

Zelda my dear:
I dislike the weaseling and dancing all over the podium to come up with a non-answer too. Apparently, most of the other voters do too.
We need a different approach to pull the teeth out of the liberal propaganda machine.
I want the candidates for national office to say "Our party believes that...is an issue that should be addressed at the state level, we do not want Federal involvement, and so, as a candidate for the United States Senate, consistent with our national platform, I take no position.
I want the state and local candidates to say "I support (or oppose)...for our state, but it is up to the other states to make their own decision. It is none of our business what they do. It is none of their business what we do.
THAT has not been done since Christ was a Corporal.

CrabbyOldMan said...

...and Zelda, I point out that my proposal would certainly cover legalizing (which I personally think a very bad idea) or not legalizing marijuana. However that issue seems to make an awful lot of pee pees twitch.

Zelda said...

"I dislike the weaseling and dancing all over the podium to come up with a non-answer too. Apparently, most of the other voters do too."

They might say they do, but they elected Obama who does that all the time. Is GITMO closed yet?

"I want the candidates for national office to say "Our party believes that...is an issue that should be addressed at the state level, we do not want Federal involvement, and so, as a candidate for the United States Senate, consistent with our national platform, I take no position."

They have. I specifically listened to Romney use almost those exact words regarding marijuana. The press doesn't report it. It's not exciting. And it doesn't come up in debates because again, it's not exciting.

"...and Zelda, I point out that my proposal would certainly cover legalizing (which I personally think a very bad idea) or not legalizing marijuana."

I know it would. I'm not arguing that. I'm just talking about an issue that would make more voters pay attention to the GOP.

"However that issue seems to make an awful lot of pee pees twitch."

That would be a good thing if the GOP plays its cards right.

CrabbyOldMan said...

I think that "but they elected Obama" has a lot to do with the abortion issue, particularly among sexually active women.
Liberal Minnesota is not about to ban abortions. Neighboring South Dakota probably would.
Take that and other issues away from the Gimmedats. There are many who who vote for left because of the abortion issue even though they support conservative national policies.

Zelda said...

"Take that and other issues away from the Gimmedats."

Caving on abortion is exactly what the Democrats want, The first thing the opposition party does is try to alienate the candidate from their base. This is why it would be a good idea if we took pot legalization away the Democrats. It would confuse their base.

CrabbyOldMan said...

Zelda, I think that you are grasping at straws.

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