Conservatism is constructive; leftism is destructive

“Those posting messages in this left-wing forum publicly announced that they did what they did every day, from voting to attending a rally to planning a life, because they wanted to destroy something, and because they hated someone, rather than because they wanted to build something, or because they loved someone. You went to an anti-war rally because you hated Bush, not because you loved peace. Thus, when Obama bombed, you didn’t hold any anti-war rally, because you didn’t hate Obama.”

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The national divide explained

Common ground no longer exists.

The Left no longer embraces what used to be traditional American values, but the Right does. In other words, it is the political Left that is aggressively pulling this country in a direction it doesn’t want to go. And when they lose, they simply say that their opponent, who is Donald Trump (this time), is illegitimate.

They said the same thing of George W. Bush in 2000. Some things never change.

Conservative radio talk show host and political columnist, Dennis Prager, wrote an ingenious piece today that offers a “Guide to Basic Differences Between Left and Right” in this country.

It captures the reason why it is nearly impossible for a wide swath of our country, people like me, to vote Democrat.

It helps explain why Democrats have been losing so many elections since a leftist president, Barack Obama, took office. Leftism is practically a religion, and Prager points out the differences between its rabid adherents … and the rest of us. Here are a few:

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