Sunday, October 31, 2021

The Right Fright


We've put out the inflatable skull as we wait for a few visitors tonight.

But, in the real world, nothing is more scary these days than the former political party turned death cult Republicans.

Somewhere early next week, the uber red state of Texas will eclipse California as the state with the most deaths even though California has 10 million more citizens.  It seems that the Republican death cult in the Lone Star State while fighting mask mandates for school children and vaccination requirements in businesses and institutions, has succeeded in sacrificing approximately 20,000 Texans for political ends.

Texas has further excelled in it's unconstitutional landmark Roe vs Wade work-around through the passing of legislation that  creates a unique bounty system that allows anyone anywhere to sue those that assist a woman in her legal right to choose.  It will be further in the news this week as the case is heard on All Saints Day at the Supremes. If this strategy is allowed, many scholars predict that legal chaos will soon be on everyone's doorstep as the legal strategy is adopted by blue states and red states alike.  If it is allowed, our justice system will join the death cult of their appointers.

Throughout the land, and especially in Virginia in the upcoming election on Tuesday, the R's and their brethren on the right have used dark money to finance faux rebellion in school boards and other public venues to activate those who believe their right to choose is superior to their neighbor's right to justice, no matter how many more are killed and endangered. In the R Death Cult, your right to rule your body is superior as long as you are not a pregnant woman.

As the former Grand Old Party continues it's death spiral into gaining power at all costs, it continues its resistance or even acknowledgement of the issue that has brought over 190 leaders and nations together in Glasgow to once again adopt meaningful action on the issue of Climate Change.

As the young but now maturing Greta Thunburg said as the United Nations sponsored gathering gathered,

blah, blah, blah”.

She quoted statements by Boris Johnson: “This is not some expensive, politically correct, green act of bunny hugging”, and Narendra Modi: “Fighting climate change calls for innovation, cooperation and willpower” but said the science did not lie.

Carbon emissions are on track to rise by 16% by 2030, according to the UN, rather than fall by half, which is the cut needed to keep global heating under the internationally agreed limit of 1.5C."

And yet the Republican Death Cult in Congress gives no votes to the Biden Plan to seriously address the issue. And except for a few brave exceptions, they would allow the leader of their cult to finance, plan and execute a failed coup d' etat with impunity. Meanwhile, they use their majorities in over 23 states to fashion voting rules that will favor their white minority over the broad multicultural majority.

For the Republican Death Cult has become a dangerous cult of white supremacy.

This from Vanity Fair:

"As the Republican Party has made abundantly clear over the last number of years, one of its main platforms is racism. Obviously, in 2021, it’s hard to just come out and say, “Whites Only, Please,” though one group of GOP lawmakers has come extremely close, and by close we mean that it presumably won’t be long before they start doing team-building exercises that involve burning crosses and sporting white hoods around the Capitol.

Punchbowl News reports that an emerging “America First Caucus“ linked to representatives Louie Gohmert, Marjorie Taylor Greene, and Paul Gosar has been circulating material championing “a common respect for uniquely Anglo-Saxon political traditions.” What are “Anglo-Saxon traditions”? For starters, they apparently involve demonizing immigrants. "

There are many, many Republicans who find their former party to be repugnant.  Yet they are woefully in short supply in the light of day.

As former Republican consultant Matt Dowd says, “I think Republican officials have failed Texas. I think they’ve systematically failed Texas. They haven’t protected us during COVID. They haven’t protected us during the grid failure. They haven’t protected us with our ability to vote in numerous ways. They failed all of us,” Dowd said.  

Back in the sixties, we all venerated those first intrepid travelers that would take humankind beyond the envelope of the earth.

They were the Right Stuff.

The R's are now the same age old "white stuff"

And they are a fright on this Halloween night.



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