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The Political Revolution is Here

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The Political Revolution is Here

Most of us have known that this moment in history would come. Even in 1976 as a senior in high school I came to the realization that at some point in history, the selfish juveniles of the 1960’s would be in charge. The generation that rejected the greatness of their parents and grandparents, the generation that is so self righteous, and the generation that has rejected the traditional values of the United States, are in charge. They are the Congressmen, the Senators, the State Senators, Professors, and the educational leaders.

The 1960’s generation has destroyed the family. It has destroyed the educational system. It has rejected the greatness of America. Our children are taught in our public schools that the United States is evil, that it is a bully, and that the United States should be more like Europe. Our children are taught that 9-11 was an inside job, that we dropped the atomic bomb on Japan because we are racists, and they are taught to reject the constitution. The family has been destroyed by the 1960’s generation’s creation of the welfare state and the rejection of the notion that marriage is between one man and one woman.

Perhaps the most dangerous manifestation of the 1960’s generation is Barack Hussein Obama.  President Obama is the creation of 1960’s Marxists and people dedicated to the destruction of the United States. His mentor Frank Marshall Davis was a communist. His political mentor Bill Ayers a member of a radical terrorist group that bombed government buildings. Obama’s mother was a radical Marxist and Obama writes in his book “Dreams From My Father” about his Socialist and Marxist ties. To his credit President Obama is simply doing what he said he was going to do. He told a union gathering after the last Presidential election that he was going to fundamentally change the United States. That change is a United States that resembles Europe. The change he is bringing is socialism or perhaps more accuretly statism.

There is little doubt that the political revolution has begun.

The only question is will the American People win. Ronald Reagan once wrote “If we lose the Republican Party to socialism, we’ve lost our last line of defense.” Republicans need to act like Republicans. There are those in the Republican Party who argue that the Republican Party needs to be more moderate. Some like former Governor Whitman pontificate that the Party needs to move to a Pro-Choice position and that “this is her Party too.” It is not.

Clearly the Republican Party needs to continue its return to its conservative values. We need to understand that the local and national media will never be on our side. We need to remember that the liberals will make fun of us. They will insult us and they will demean us. We need to stop worrying about hurting someone’s feelings.

Victory is our only acceptable outcome of this political revolution. We will be victorious once we realize that we need to take back our school boards, our towns, our states, and our country. To borrow a phrase, “question with boldness.” When a liberal lies, call him on that lie. Defend what you know is the truth. Support leaders who support us.

The revolution has begun.

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Thomas Scarano July 06, 2012 at 04:49 PM
Peggy: and only the government can do that?
Peggy Devlin Blazewicz July 06, 2012 at 05:11 PM
I never said Jesus was on my team and I never said only governments can help those in need. I just think it’s kind of funny that the “republican face" can vote on women’s health issues because of faith while ignoring the needy.
Thomas Scarano July 06, 2012 at 05:21 PM
Peggy: Just trying to understand your argument. Are you saying that Republicans do not care about the poor?
Peggy Devlin Blazewicz July 06, 2012 at 05:53 PM
What does cutting funds for the needy say to you?
Thomas Scarano July 06, 2012 at 06:06 PM
It says that you are morally and fiscally responsible in creating an economy were the slavery of the welfare state need not exist.
ASimon July 06, 2012 at 07:19 PM
Anders Breivak, who perpetrated the horrendous mass killings in Norway, published a manifesto which contains many of the same talking points covered in this "opinion" piece. Like the author here, he rails against the influence of popular culture, political correctness, the alleged creeping influence of "Marxism", propagandizing in our schools etc. The similarities are very striking. Mercifully this screed is only few paragraphs and not 1500 pages, but the underlying sentiment and seething sense of injustice is worth noting.
Mark M July 06, 2012 at 07:34 PM
video censored 3 times featuring Kennedy and MLKing http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rH1FaLdABFM&feature=related
Mark M July 06, 2012 at 07:36 PM
Obama just recently threatened to stop SS check distribution to leverage more tax hikes.
Thomas Scarano July 06, 2012 at 08:31 PM
ASimon: I am sorry that you are unable to participate in an adult discussion
ASimon July 06, 2012 at 08:45 PM
"ASimon : correct victory is our only acceptable outcome." Mr. Scarano, the above statement, made by you and your entire post is disturbing and hardly the stuff of "adult discussion". The only difference between your extreme grab bag of perceived wrongs and the Breivak manifesto is its length. One can almost see your post as a "Cliff Notes" version of his manifesto.
Nicole Magnotti July 06, 2012 at 08:50 PM
There sure is a lot of discussion here, but the solution is quite simple....It's the economy stupid! Just vote Obama and his Democratic followers out of office. End of discussion.
Deborah Bell (Editor) July 06, 2012 at 08:56 PM
ASimon, stronly implying Mr. Scarano is a psychotic serial killer because his politics differ from yours isn't the stuff of adult conversation. Cool your jets.
ASimon July 06, 2012 at 09:40 PM
Mr. Scarano, in a democracy, political elections are won by some and lost by others. The loss may not make you happy, but the results must be accepted by all. So, I ask you again, what do you mean when you say victory, even political victory, is the only option. Ms Bell please point out where I called your editorialist psychotic? It seems to me your biases are showing.
ASimon July 06, 2012 at 09:49 PM
Ms. Bell it does seem that even where there are no personal attacks, your political bias concocts one as a pretext to remove opposing views. Can I tell you to cool your jets too, maam, or is snarkiness only allowed from your anti-Obama brigade?
Peggy Devlin Blazewicz July 06, 2012 at 09:58 PM
Thomas Scarano, your reply back to me is exactly why I think it’s funny that the face of republicans is the Christian. Poor people don’t have priority. Other things, like war, are more important than charity. Again, I think it’s kind of funny that the “republican face" can vote on women’s health issues because of faith while at the same time ignoring those Americans in need.
Deborah Bell (Editor) July 06, 2012 at 09:58 PM
ASimon, you twice made a direct comparison of Scarano to a Norwegian serial killer. I wouldn't allow Scarano to do that to you; you will not do that to him. Let me repeat this, and this will be for the last time: attack the ARGUMENT, not the person. I trust I've made myself clear.
Thomas Scarano July 06, 2012 at 10:07 PM
Thanks for the thoughtful discussion Peggy. I think we will just have to agree to disagree
jerseyswamps July 06, 2012 at 10:14 PM
Sue, YOUR President ran in the same circles with and sought support from 60's bomb throwing radicals William Ayers and Bernardine Dohm. If it were not for people like Tom S. speaking out Ayers would be on Obama's payroll. And Tom's WORDS scare you?
George F July 06, 2012 at 10:35 PM
It's amazing to me that folks believe they can hash out political differences on a message board. As a non-partisan person (who sadly does not even vote), I can tell you that neither side looks good...
Thomas Scarano July 06, 2012 at 10:59 PM
Jeff:we hash out our differences in many ways. Voting in particular is the most important.
Peggy Devlin Blazewicz July 06, 2012 at 10:59 PM
Jeff, VOTE! As long people are respectful, this is a great way to hear other peoples opinions.
George F July 06, 2012 at 11:11 PM
I will probably start to vote on a local level. But the presidential elections are so partisan ( bible belt = republican, East/West = democratic), that voting only matters in a few key states.
George F July 06, 2012 at 11:15 PM
....but I will only vote if I understand the issues, know the facts and know where the candidates stand... And not for a particular party. Unfortunately, who you vote for is usually partisan.
Peggy Devlin Blazewicz July 06, 2012 at 11:54 PM
Jeff, you can declare yourself to be independent.
Mark M July 07, 2012 at 12:31 AM
The ACLU is against Obama and is litigating against Obama's NDAA and SOPA, and the multiple civil rights violations against the American people, The Green party is against Obama and is disgusted, The christians are fighting for violation of rights, The libertarians are warning that Obama is slowly but surely exacting dictator style rule and killing the constitution, which begs the question... what makes you believe you are a liberal if you support Obama?. Well you are not a liberal IMO, you are a cult follower. Forget about parties, It's the we the people vs. a president who scorns the rights of Americans. Vote him out.
ASimon July 07, 2012 at 03:11 AM
Ms. Bell, while I can see from your own profile you don't subscribe to the widely held journalistic practice of staying out of the debate through impartiality, I would have thought you would at least hold to the standards of English class and read before commenting. . I compared the CONTENT of Mr. Scarano's screed to that contained in the Norweigan murderer's manifesto. Please quote precisely where I compare Scarano, the MAN to Brevik, the MAN. You are so anxious to tilt the debate toward your own biases, you are inventing comparisons out of whole cloth. Anyone who has followed the Brevik trial and read his rantings about Marxism, the influence of the 60s culture, and multiculturism in our schools would recognize these exact sentiments written in this piece from a NJ Catholic school history teacher.
Mike July 08, 2012 at 02:57 PM
No one should be surprised by some of the comments here. To wit: http://www.forbes.com/sites/kenrapoza/2011/11/21/fox-news-viewers-uninformed-npr-listeners-not-poll-suggests/ I doubt Forbes would post the results of the survey without vetting them.
Mike July 08, 2012 at 03:01 PM
"Halfrican-American" and "Barack the Magic Negro". From the de facto head of the Republican party. 'nuff said.
Mike July 08, 2012 at 05:44 PM
Pro-birth, certainly not pro-life.
AgEnders NJ July 10, 2012 at 06:41 AM
Interesting and thought-provoking piece. Political revolution has come to this nation numerous times in its short life. This is yet another such time. Many, many factors are in the mix. Becoming educated on the issues and giving thoughtful consideration to others' points (even if we disagree) helps us understand the situation as well as give us some perspective. Thank you, Mr. Scarano, for entering into the fray.

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