Apparently, Blogger …
Apparently, Blogger can’t handle the following two posts as a single entry (might be too long). Unfortunately, splitting it up means (the way I have my blog configured) the second part is above the first. Hopefully, it won’t be too confusing.

I find one of Karen’s posts (from DemocratSpeak) interesting. She notices the problems facing liberal America, and says this:

This is a period of great pain and introspection for many of us who have been on the left most of our lives. Feeling caught between disparate pov’s, having failed every attempt to pull said pov’s together, one can only watch the left sink lower into a factionalized abyss.

I don’t think she or most like her understand that the abyss is of the liberal’s own making. Whether it’s rich vs. poor, men vs. women, or white vs. anyone else, it’s been the liberals who’ve endeavored to split the country into factions, insisting that we focus on the differences rather than what unites us. A classic example would be Hillary Clinton’s speech recently where she first quoted Dr. Martin Luther King about wanting his children to be judged, not by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character, and the turning it completely on its head by equating skin color with character. Dr. King’s quote de-emphasized race, but Clinton and her party want to accentuate it.

Thus, in appealing to factions, they empower those who seek to gain by factionalizing (for instance Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton, with regards to race factionalization) and draw them to their party. Then they wonder why their party is factionalized.

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