Guest post by HH

I was going to write this as an introduction and an explanation of how I went from liberal democrat to conservtive unrepresented. No matter how I tried to tell the story it ended up being long winded and boring so, I decided to keep it short and sweet. It all boils down to learning to take responsibility for myself.

The Jeff High Democrat.

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I was always told that I would become conservative when I got some money. Well, I have never had money. I still don’t have money. I was also told that I would eventually grow up. That’s a very condescending thing to tell someone that is 24 and educated. The truth is, I bore it all out by logic. A phrase I had been spouting all through the Bush administration finally caught up to me. “No people are conquered by force.” I still believe that. They can be conquered by bribery.
Suddenly the Iraq war didn’t bother me as much. Suddenly the war was on my own doorstep. We liberals were being bribed, and brainwashed. We were being told that if we can’t do something, we can rely on the government to do it for us. We were being conquered. Our self worth. Our confidence. Eventually our ability to stand up. We were the frogs in the frying pan and it wasn’t conservatives that were turning up the heat. It was us.

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The Bungler in Chief

April 1, 2011

It would be almost comical to watch Pres. Barack Hussein Obama’s decisive indecision if it weren’t for the fact that he is President Barack Hussein Obama. Perhaps an argument could be made that Obama was a good senator, or even an exceptional community organizer. Perhaps some may consider his skills in reaching consensus and voting on important issues laudable. The fly in the ointment is that these are not the skills we need in a leader of the free world.

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The current firestorm in the Middle East may prove to be Mr. Obama’s foreign-policy downfall. We have heard it said in many places how he left the Iranian protesters to their own devices, chooses to do nothing in Syria, however, chooses to use military force in Libya. As pointed out by Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, the situations Read the rest of this entry »