Intelligence Gap – the Big Divide


It is this false belief of belonging to a political party which has embraced Christianity that has driven Republicans – most of whom have already abandoned any moral value and Christian principles traded for the ‘things of this world’ – to continue their hostility towards Democrats for embracing and accepting everyone – come as you are approach – with their faults; meanwhile, Republican electorate continue to behave like herds without a leader. The essence of their hostility (towards Democrats which they’ve labeled pejoratively LIBERALS) is fueled by their hypocritical sense of having values and principles they have not lived by but want to thrust on anyone who doesn’t belong to their political cult.

Such hypocrisy is not without consequences; its impact a) can be (and has been) felt today b) is long lasting and c) will reverberate into and impact many future generations. Consider for a moment the election of Donald Trump to the highest office in the land, the most obvious proof members of the GOP, a political Party which has outlined “ethics”, “biblical principles” and “moral standards” as integral to the Party; can any of them claim to have lived by the values they have tried for many decades to thrust on the Democrats?

2 thoughts on “Intelligence Gap – the Big Divide

  1. That’s one hell of an ignorant Strawman you built there in the first paragraph. I’m sure it foreshadows how the rest of the slam piece is written. Waste of time to find out.

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    • You could be on to something. Let’s take a look
      1.- They are easily swayed by leaders who blatantly lie to them. (True or False?)
      2.- They like positive labels such as Christian Conservative, Fiscally conservative (True or False?)
      3.- They constantly point fingers to others to blame for what goes wrong (True or False?)
      4.- They trade mostly in conspiracy theories to counter arguments (True or False?)

      Strawman?

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