How do we beat the liberals? Cause they are winning.

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I’m a person that doesn’t blindly follow anyone, or any cause. I like to believe that I am a critical thinker, though many would disagree with me. When looking at a situation, I examine the facts and only then form my own opinion. This carries over to most areas of my life, from my exercise and diet habits, deciding whether or not to trust a person, to my political views. As such you will find that I read, and also contribute to right wing and left wing websites.

I’m one of those people that seeks to unite rather than divide. I recognize that the politicians are playing us against each other. One of the sides is driven by emotional response while the other is driven by fierce loyalty to the rule of law. Personally, I have always believed that anything to an extreme is not a good thing. We need balance in life. You cannot be an irrational, emotional mess, but you also cannot be a machine that blindly follows law and doesn’t think for yourself. At one period, slavery was allowed by the law. Blacks were considered property, and I for one think that these were terrible laws. We have also seen the ridiculous laws that allow murderers, and child rapists to walk free today! So I think we can all agree that the law is not always right.

One thing I have noticed, which is accurate most of the time, is the type of reaction that comes from either side when a view is not in line with their own. The people on the right tend to speak based on facts and reason. Should you not agree with me, as was recently the case on my Clashdaily article, “Slippery Slope”, we respectfully talk and debate our points. The left, on the other hand, will resort to call me names. They will attack my person, family, and some have even gone as far as to threaten me. We’ve seen them force people to resign, as was recently the case with Mozilla, and we can all remember the Duck Dynasty fiasco. All over these people expressing their own personal views.

There is no secret that politically I lean to the right, but you have to keep in mind that I come from the far left. I was a lifelong Democrat. I have lived in NYC for most of my life, and the indoctrination runs deep here. Even to this day, I can still “understand” the mind of a Democrat. This past is actually of great benefit, because I have insight on how to win those battles. As I mentioned before, they are driven by emotion. They are passionate individuals who fight hard and loud for their causes. They use whatever means they have at their disposal to dispatch their opponents, and they don’t care how, as long as they win. The right, on the other hand, attempts to take the high road most of the time. They would rather stay logical and reasonable, even in the face of disaster. This isn’t always the best strategy though.

A perfect example of this method going wrong was the Mitt Romney and Obama debates. Mitt took the high road, a road that led right back to his home, not the White House. I have said it time and time again, that sometimes you have to fight fire with fire. Romney should have slain Obama on Benghazi. He should have brought up the Fast and the Furious, and any other points of contention. Democrats don’t listen to reason; they work off of emotion. Romney didn’t need to convince us conservatives of what he was saying, he had to open the eyes of middle-ground voters, and those undecided voters. Reason and logic are not the way. I’m not saying they should not factor in, I’m saying that you also have to bring fire, passion, and a little bit of intense crazy! You have to decimate the other guy; completely pick them apart, and show these people their innards.

If I didn’t have such a storied past, ranging from my days of gang banging as a youth, to the current tea-bagger, domestic terrorist, pro-gun, nut job that I am as an adult, I’d run for office. However, I have said and done so many things that would be used against me.  If I ran for any office of note, I’d most likely end up divorced, shot, and possibly killed in NYC.

Even so, there would still be no guarantees that I’d win the office. For me, it’s not worth the personal risk to my loved ones. So I lend you my voice, the voice of reason with just a hint of crazy. I’ll rely on logic, and reason when debating liberals, but I can call them names just as easily as they can do it to me! Logic with fire and passion!
Would you agree with my assessment in regards to the way the two sides debate?



Note the date on a post as it may be an old point of view. If you learn that your views are wrong, yet they remain the same, then you are a fool.

The opinions and views expressed are solely those of the author.

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  • Robert Beezer

    I think you’re right that in a straight up debate, you need to bring some emotion and passion grounded in reason. But victory doesn’t come from elections or debates, it comes from the culture. We NEED to fight fire with fire in the culture. Hollywood, music, television, memes, youtube, we need to BE the culture. The left owns the culture right now, and that’s why they won the last 2 presidential elections. Take the culture, take the country.

    • Absolutely agree. If you go against the culture, they blacklist you. I’m a hip hop artist, and I’ve had people cut me off because of my political views. My response? I wrote a conservative song that I’ll be sharing live for the first time at Patriot’s Day in Logan, West Virginia this weekend.

      We have to fight, be fearless, and go hard. None of this nice crap.

      • Robert Beezer

        Good stuff, I look forward to hearing it when it releases.

  • Robert Beezer

    I think you’re right that in a straight up debate, you need to bring some emotion and passion grounded in reason. But victory doesn’t come from elections or debates, it comes from the culture. We NEED to fight fire with fire in the culture. Hollywood, music, television, memes, youtube, we need to BE the culture. The left owns the culture right now, and that’s why they won the last 2 presidential elections. Take the culture, take the country.

    • Absolutely agree. If you go against the culture, they blacklist you. I’m a hip hop artist, and I’ve had people cut me off because of my political views. My response? I wrote a conservative song that I’ll be sharing live for the first time at Patriot’s Day in Logan, West Virginia this weekend.

      We have to fight, be fearless, and go hard. None of this nice crap.

      • Robert Beezer

        Good stuff, I look forward to hearing it when it releases.

  • jacqui8411

    Wayne, I remember in Andrew Breitbart’s book “Righteous Indignation” that he talked about his college days, his alcohol intake, drugs etc. He did that because once you get it alllll out there honestly, it is more difficult for people to use it against you. I wouldn’t be so quick to rule out a political career, you are a “comeback” story and people love that. Another thing: I think that in general, Conservatives should use their talents whatever they are. I decided to change careers after the last election from Union Electrician to Teacher. I decided that the reason that Americans were able to vote Obama in a second time was due to lack of education. Our kids are not learning History in context, they are learning “social studies.” Hillsdale College has a charter school initiative, one of their new schools is opening in Las Vegas, where I live. If you have a talent use it in the cause, if you have money, support these Classical Charter Schools and other efforts. That’s my 2 cents.

    • Thanks for the feedback. I appreciate the concept of making a comeback, and I can see the value in that approach. Perhaps I’ll reconsider my position. Let’s see how this appearance with Team Ninja in Logan, West Virginia goes for Patriot Day. I think that I wouldn’t get too far, my views are very, very harsh. Especially when it comes to dealing with rapists and child molesters. I’ve condoned cutting off their peepees. LOL.

      • Robert Beezer

        Lol, you’d have my vote. Best way to do it, is start small. Run local, build a base. You have military and LE experience, run for sheriff. Affect change in a community. I think that’s also something that is really important that we’re missing. We keep focusing on winning POTUS, and packing the legislature with Repubs/conservs. Local government was always meant to be where the real power was (unless you were James Madison), You start winning counties, cities, and towns (again this ties into the culture), you start making bigger changes up top. People are disenfranchised with what happens in Washington, get them interested locally and that will carry on up to the top. You can’t win elections when people stay home.

  • jacqui8411

    Wayne, I remember in Andrew Breitbart’s book “Righteous Indignation” that he talked about his college days, his alcohol intake, drugs etc. He did that because once you get it alllll out there honestly, it is more difficult for people to use it against you. I wouldn’t be so quick to rule out a political career, you are a “comeback” story and people love that. Another thing: I think that in general, Conservatives should use their talents whatever they are. I decided to change careers after the last election from Union Electrician to Teacher. I decided that the reason that Americans were able to vote Obama in a second time was due to lack of education. Our kids are not learning History in context, they are learning “social studies.” Hillsdale College has a charter school initiative, one of their new schools is opening in Las Vegas, where I live. If you have a talent use it in the cause, if you have money, support these Classical Charter Schools and other efforts. That’s my 2 cents.

    • Thanks for the feedback. I appreciate the concept of making a comeback, and I can see the value in that approach. Perhaps I’ll reconsider my position. Let’s see how this appearance with Team Ninja in Logan, West Virginia goes for Patriot Day. I think that I wouldn’t get too far, my views are very, very harsh. Especially when it comes to dealing with rapists and child molesters. I’ve condoned cutting off their peepees. LOL.

      • Robert Beezer

        Lol, you’d have my vote. Best way to do it, is start small. Run local, build a base. You have military and LE experience, run for sheriff. Affect change in a community. I think that’s also something that is really important that we’re missing. We keep focusing on winning POTUS, and packing the legislature with Repubs/conservs. Local government was always meant to be where the real power was (unless you were James Madison), You start winning counties, cities, and towns (again this ties into the culture), you start making bigger changes up top. People are disenfranchised with what happens in Washington, get them interested locally and that will carry on up to the top. You can’t win elections when people stay home.