Saturday, June 25, 2016

Vox Day talks about "Quintessential Cuckservatism"

Vox Popoli June 25, 2016 by Vox Day
Rod Dreher demonstrates the effete and useless nature of modern conservatism:
The Speaker of the House of Representatives was shouted down by Democratic Congressman as he attempted to regain control of the House of Representatives. Actual US Congressmen behaving like a bunch of giddy Oberlin undergraduates.

They had better not give in. Look, on gun control matters, I am generally — generally — more sympathetic to Democrats than to Republicans. But this mob insurrection on the House floor is profoundly unsettling. I have not looked closely at the legislation, so it is entirely possible that I might support the Democratic proposal. But to attempt to get one’s way by showing utter contempt for rules of the House? No. No, no, no. Their passion does not justify their behavior.

This country is in trouble.

You know he's serious when he resorts to no less than FOUR (4) nos. This useless, limp-wristed excuse for a purported conservative "opinion leader", this hapless, low-testosterone shadow of a man, is more concerned about fucking etiquette, than he is about the single most important right in the Bill of Rights.

"Dear God, they're sitting on the floor! Heavens to Betsy, whatever shall we do?"

If you want to understand the key difference between the Alt Right and the Conservative movement, all you need to do is look at Rod Dreher. If he strikes you as a strong and principled Christian man standing up for what is right and true and important, then you are most definitely a Conservative.

If he strikes you as missing the point so badly that he would have done far better to put on a dress, smear some lipstick on his face, and record a video reading from Amy Vanderbilt's Complete Book of Etiquette, you just might be Alt Right.


ricpic said...

Maybe President Trump will be able to purge the party of Ryan and McConnell and put in FIGHTERS against the thug Left.

Trooper York said...

I think we have a good start with George Will hitching up his panties and quitting the Republican party.

My hope is that the Republican party can be a nationalistic populist party. I am sure that it would be much more conservative than the Democratic Party. Look it won't be perfect. It is not everything I want. Not socially conservative enough. But I can live with it. Much better then the Washington Generals which the current Republican party has become. It has to change. Or die.

edutcher said...

Screw the House rules. This was a show created, produced, written, and directed by the Ozark Global Slush Fund.

The purpose is to show how all the "serious" people feel about terror, and not like some guy who goes around burning bridges and beating the pants off True Conservatives.

edutcher said...

PS Saw the piece on Last Refuge.

Suffice it to say, Will or the HotAir crowd (Allah spent the last election drooling over Pissy's polls), or the RedState crowd (especially them) do not represent anything akin to Conservatism any more than McConnell and Ryan. They just throw the word around to fool the rubes.

If Will wants to leave the party is better off. And Will has been "unaffiliated" for years.

He's just come out of the closet.

Trooper York said...

My hope is that the Republican party can be a nationalistic populist party.

In effect, that's what it was under Reagan.

rcocean said...

Great to see George Will quit the "Rs". What a phony, inside the beltway elitist.

Hopefully, Kristol, Erickson, Goldberg and whole phony NeverTrumpers will follow.