It’s intentional, Peggy.

Noonan’s column in this morning’s WSJ compares Washington powers-that-be to passers by who see the angry hive and decide to poke it with a stick.  She begs the “[t]he administration [which] is full of people who are so bright, and led by one who is very bright” to STOP. POKING. THE. COUNTRY. WITH. THE. DAMN. STICK. because “something bad” is coming.

Noonan misses the whole point.  The-so-smart-administration is out to find as many sticks as they can.  It’s intentional, Peggy.  The Obami are fundraising off of the supposed angry-mob-of-conservative threats.   Never let a crisis go to waste

She writes:

What we need now in our leaders is the knowledge that there is so much that is tearing us apart as a nation and that the great project now is to keep us together, to hold us together as much as possible

Like so many other supposed level-heads, she really doesn’t get it.  It’s intentional.  The more divided we are, the harder it will be to come together to oust the Obami.  I’m not a conspiracy theorist by nature.  But the Obami are capable of Cloward-Piven strategies to socialize as much of our country as possible.  Transformative politics, indeed.

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3 Responses

  1. I’m glad you wrote about this. Rush has been saying it’s deliberate all along. It’s getting harder and harder to see it any other way.

    A friend said he was heartened by reading the comments to Peggy’s column, which overwhelmingly disagreed with her.

  2. Cloward-Piven is mother’s milk to them. I’ll revise that, because Cloward-Piven is empty of nourishment. Cloward-Piven is the great pacifier, the binkie that babies suck on for comfort when mom is not around. It is so ubiquitous in the Progressive world that the Obami don’t have any idea that they’ve been sold the artificial version of the real thing.

    • LOL, QR. I like the binkie metaphor. Let’s pray we can rip it out without too much pain inflicted upon the rest of us, regardless of how hard they howl.

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