The irrational concept of equality: A political dagger aimed at Liberals dark heart
WASHINGTON: Conservatives should do more than protest liberal electioneering of equality, they should explain it for what it is. A dark sinister policy called social justice which is neither social nor justice. This policy seems to live, like a dark heart and keeps changing political bodies as needed, but its life goes on. It has the care of too many. But conservatives be aware: the irrational concept of equality, neither defined or explained in the Constitution, is a political dagger to be aimed at liberals dark heart.
The monster concept of equality is almost a living thing that is almost impossible to eliminate. Unfortunately, it is like syphilis, acne, journalists and politicians. Eradication is hopeless. You can read a thousand articles, written by some of the most brilliant minds about the fool’s errand that it is.
Because on any given day you will hear someone (usually in the government or its cousin, the news media), ignoring those brilliant minds with stable thought. Instead they will bray about constitutional rights, or opportunities or whatever they can get attention for.
It’s as a heartbeat from the dark heart that pumps not blood for well-being, but a dark pus-like flux that kills its host.
The Liberal Rights Favorite Bray:
One day it is equal health care; as if everyone had equal health. Another day it is equal pay; as if “pay” is a cloned number assigned to a cloned being. (But that means explaining to some nitwit like Alexandria Occasion Cortez that a clone must have an original. Which would be like instructing the children she is now soliciting on quantum mechanics. But then I digress.)
Then, of course, there is equal sex because we all deserve the same opportunity (or sexes—take your pick, everything is the same).
Politicians have been selling crap for so long I believe they believe that they can sell us on the prospect that they can keep us living forever.
Politics egalitarian system
Ironically, politicians are the closest thing, themselves, to an egalitarian system. Like cattle, all grazing in the same direction getting fat and stepping in their own patty piles they think they are leading. However, they are themselves being led, by greed for votes and lucre, to the slaughter.
How, in clear conscience, can you call politicians anything but fools?
The Dark Heartbeat as righteousness
Last week a discussion on a cable channel (Fox) between Michelle Ritchie, Democrat Strategist and Rebecca Walter, CEO, Walter Wealth Mgt. demonstrated the concept of this dark heartbeat masquerading as righteousness. Ritchie took the position that equality must be legislated due to a history, in this country, of discrimination. Her premise was that we have been legislating equality for years—and this is a necessary good.
Next we can legislate everyone to be beautiful and smart.
The moderator for Fox, of course, for some reason, could not muster up the obvious question. If there is a road to equality, regardless of means, then why there been a road to “opinion” equality? Then there would be no difference of opinion and all would live happily ever after?
“All men are created equal…”
The idea of equality and a life of its own was supposedly born in Jefferson’s words “…all men are created equal.” At some point these words were rescued by abolitionists to mean not what he had meant but what he had said.
He meant (and said) in the Virginia Declaration of Rights:
“That all men are by nature equally free and independent and have certain inherent rights, of which, when they enter into a state of society, they cannot, by any compact, deprive or divest their posterity; namely, the enjoyment of life and liberty, with the means of acquiring and possessing property, and pursuing and obtaining happiness and safety.”
The idea that the creation has equal items at any level is preposterous.
The Political Dagger of opinion and equality
Today’s commentators affix themselves like ticks to a hog or dog to the concept of equality. Despite equality being truly unobtainable. Politicians say the believe in equality, because it sounds good to voters. Journalists (you know the ones) blabber it with their anemic syntax, grammatical tilts and affected smiles, casting their grimaced faces forward as if deep in thought.
I cannot think of a single journalist, talk-show host, politician not clinging to the magical concept (they believe) of equality. It would be impossible to make these vocalists and their fans understand that the word brotherhood includes the word sisterhood—anymore that you would convince the “he or she” crowd of the same logic. Equality of thought breeds equality of thought.
It matters not that such a concept is first un-Godly, and if there need be a second concept it is irrational.