Stealth Conservatives, Not Republican, Against the GOP


I think there is this false perception that I do not like conservatives, and have something against them.  In a way that is true.  I am conservative.  The only change I’ve been through in about 20 years of political evolution is the fact that I am now against the death penalty simply because I am so staunchly pro-life.  It is rather ludicrous to be against abortion, but yet want to put criminals to death.  It just doesn’t work.  Other than that, I am as conservative (maybe a little more) as I was when Reagan was in office.

The problem is the fact that conservatives have left me.  I’ve not changed.  They have – oh, not all of them, not even most of them, but there is a certain group, lead primarily by the talk show worshiping lotus eaters, who have taken the ideals and abject love for this nation and perverted it.

There is a remarkable hypocrisy that drips from pore of their bodies.  They are the only heirs of Reagan.  The GOP has betrayed Reagan.  They GOP has betrayed them.  They know better.  They are the be all and end all of all things conservative.

One of the things that fascinates me is the sway a certain group of conservatives are very much in your face about being conservative, the disciples of Ronald Reagan, but never mention they are Republican.  There is a very real disconnect between honest Republicans and the conservatives who pretend to be Republican.  Fortunately the maggots are starting to congeal around the rotting corpse of extreme conservative “values”.  I’ve already brought up Chuck Baldwin’s platform, that is in many ways identical to that of Barack Obama when it comes to foreign policy.  Then there is Bob Barr who just knows he is going to derail John McCain. I have one question:  What good will it do?

“…”The notion that Republicans see a third-party candidate as spoiling their chances simply illustrates the arrogance of the two-party system,” Barr said. [The full text of the interview is below.]

Republicans may have good cause to worry.
A run by Barr could be to John McCain “what Ralph Nader was to Al Gore – ruinous,” wrote George Will in Newsweek. Some party experts believe Barr could siphon off essential conservative votes from Sen. John McCain, about whom many rightward voters have been less than enthusiastic. Right-talking radio hosts – Rush Limbaugh, Laura Ingraham, and Ann Coulter – have expressed reservations about McCain or have been downright dismissive. The American Spectator editorialized last month that “conservatives see the choice of McCain or the Democrats as analogous to picking between being punched in the stomach or kneed in the groin.” Enter Bob Barr, who rose to prominence during the 1990s as a Republican party pit bull….Inquirer: Pundits have called a Barr candidacy a possible spoiler for Republicans.

Barr: I’m no more a spoiler for John McCain than John McCain could be a spoiler for me. The notion that Republicans see a third-party candidate as spoiling their chances simply illustrates the arrogance of the two-party system. Republicans and Democrats have come to view themselves as the only ones with a God-given right to choose a president. I want to offer voters something they will not get from the two major parties. If my platform polls well, it will be because the voters contrast it with McCain and whatever Democrat senator wins the nomination. If my platform polls well, its because the agenda I espouse is preferable. By offering a choice, it’s something the other candidates should embrace rather than whine about….”

Oh the arrogance.

Conservatives claim to be against abortion.  We all know Barack Obama candidate to probably ever come around.   Sam Brownback is the most honest of the anti-immigration conservatives.  During the GOP primary, is the most pro-abortionhe castigated Tom Tancredo for taking money from John Tanton,   who is the most vicious pro-abortion supporter out there, until the arrival of Barack Obama.   It is also about Garrett Hardin and his abortion agenda.

Chuck Baldwin of the Constitution Party is running on a strong anti-abortion platform.

“…And speaking of illegal immigration, as President, I would enforce our visa rules. This means anyone who overstays their visa or otherwise violates U.S. law is immediately deported. There would be no “path to citizenship” given to any illegal alien. That means no amnesty. Not in any shape, manner, or form. I would not allow tax dollars to be used to pay for illegal aliens’ education, social services, or medical care. As President, I would end birthright citizenship for illegal aliens. There would be no “anchor babies” during my administration.

If I were President, I would use the bully pulpit of the White House to encourage Congress to pass Congressman Ron Paul’s Sanctity of Life Act. In short, this bill would do two things: First, it would declare that unborn babies are persons under the law. Second, under the authority of Article. III. Section. 2. of the U.S. Constitution, it would remove abortion from the jurisdiction of the Court. In essence, this bill would immediately overturn Roe v. Wade and end legalized abortion.

Republicans tout themselves as being “pro-life.” Yet, the GOP controlled both houses of Congress and the White House for six years and did absolutely nothing to overturn Roe or end abortion-on-demand. Under my administration, we could end legal abortion in a matter of days, not decades. And if Congress refused to pass Dr. Paul’s bill, I would use the constitutional power of the Presidency to deny funds to protect abortion clinics. Either way, legalized abortion ends when I take office…”

Oh, the hypocrisy!

Immigration reform is not about national security.  It is not about terror.  It is about population control – nothing more.

“…Tanton is a retired ophthalmologist from Petoskey, Michigan. While in medical school in the late 1950s, Tanton started studying the population issue, which, mixed with his concerns for the environment, prompted him to become involved with the Sierra Club. A major cause of environmental distress, in his opinion, was increased population. In 1970, Tanton attended the Earth Day meeting of the Congress on Optimum Population and the Environment (COPE). At this meeting, he began associating with leading figures in population control advocacy, including authors Bill Paddock, Paul Ehrlich, and Garrett Hardin. (2)

Tanton became the chairman of Sierra Club’s Population Committee in 1971. Two years later, he was on the staff of Zero Population Growth (ZPG). In 1975, he became president of ZPG, a position he held until 1978. The surge in the zero population growth movement and concern about population increase in the United States steadily declined in the late 1970s as it became accepted that population growth rates had fallen sharply since the baby boom years following World War Two.
Tanton gradually changed his focus from population control and the environment to immigration issues. Along with other leading ZPG members who regarded immigration control as the main solution to population control in the United States, Tanton left ZPG in 1978 and in 1979 created FAIR. According to two observers of this split, “Their idea was that FAIR would take no stand on abortion and other controversial family planning issues in order to attract a wider constituency which would work for immigration reform not only for environmental reasons, but for economic relief for the working poor and taxpayers, for social cohesion, and for national security.” In contrast, ZPG evolved to focus more on gender-related education, women’s issues, and family planning than on population restriction policies as a solution to environmental problems. (9)…”


“… The organized anti-immigration “movement” is almost entirely the handiwork of one man, Michigan activist John H. Tanton. Here is a list of 13 groups in the loose-knit Tanton network, followed by acronyms if the groups use them, founding dates, and Tanton’s role in the groups. Those organizations designated as hate groups by the Southern Poverty Law Center are marked with an asterisk (*).
*American Immigration Control Foundation (AICF) 
1983, funded
*American Patrol/Voice of Citizens Together
1992, funded
California Coalition for Immigration Reform (CCIR)
1994, funded
Californians for Population Stabilization
1996, funded
Center for Immigration Studies (CIS)
1985, founded and funded
Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR)
1979, founded and funded
1996, founded and funded
Population-Environment Balance
1973, joined board in 1980
Pro English
1994, founded and funded
1999, funded
*The Social Contract Press
1990, founded and funded
U.S. English
1983, founded and funded
U.S. Inc.
1982, founded and funded
>> Founded means a group was founded or co-founded by John Tanton. 
Funded means U.S. Inc. —
the funding conduit created and still headed by Tanton —
has made grants to the group….”

The worst part of this is the way non-Republican conservatives have pretended (let’s just say lied) about being Republicans, so they could bully the weaker-minded Republicans in the House and Senate into thinking they were betraying their districts/states if they did not turn into raving hard-core anti-immigration bullies. The irony is the fact that in doing this, Republicans in the House and Senate who act hard-line are being slaughtered at the ballot box.  Our non-GOP conservatives light up all the radio talk shows with their own special take no prisoners racist anti-Hispanic immigration reform.  They demand Republicans give in to their demands.  Republicans do and they lose. When they lose these same conservatives snicker and gloat over the party loss, making sure everyone knows they did not vote for loser “RINO” Republicans.

While all of this is going on, life-long Republicans who are turned off by all of this pandering hate either do not vote or turn independent.  It is a win-win situation for conservatives who, I swear, hate the GOP and want to see it destroyed.

FORTUNATELY – we have John McCain this year!

Malkin has made a big deal about Jeremiah Wright and his “hate.

“…What a load of pure unadulterated horse manure. Anyone with eyes can see that Wright’s performances are finely honed, time-tested acts. His anti-white, anti-American, “imperialist”-bashing shtick was not developed overnight or over the past few years. He’s been peddling AIDS conspiracies for decades. He’s been grievance-mongering about slavery for decades. He’s been flirting with the Nation of Islam, which provided security for his speeches, for decades. He’s been a shouting left-wing radical for decades.

Obama’s best-selling “Audacity of Hope” is named after the first sermon of Wright’s that he heard — decades ago — in which the pastor of racial resentment inveighed against an environment “where white folks’ greed runs a world in need, apartheid in one hemisphere, apathy in another hemisphere.” Yet, only now has Obama concluded that Wright’s sermons are “a bunch of rants that aren’t grounded in truth.”
Welcome to the Jive Talk Express….”

The problem is her little nasty little anti-immigration friends are no different from Jeremiah Wright. Last December, Lee Cokorinos penned an excellent series about the racist roots of the anti-immigration movement.

“…Brimelow, an English immigrant who runs VDARE, a website filled with white supremacist and anti-Semitic material, has called the Pioneer Fund, a foundation that has backed racial eugenics research, a “perfectly respectable institution.” Buchanan writes a regular column for VDARE, for which Tom Tancredo has also written.

In the acknowledgments section of State of Emergency, Buchanan singles out the late Sam Francis (who edited the white supremacist Council of Conservative Citizens’ paper, The Citizens Informer) and Brimelow as the vanguard of the anti-immigration movement. And while he praises the leaders of the anti-immigrant think tank infrastructure, such as Roy Beck of NumbersUSA, Mark Krikorian of the Center for Immigration Studies and Dan Stein of the Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR), he cites a slew of VDARE columnists in the book and thanks James Fulford of VDARE for help with the manuscript….”

Frankly, I don’t see where this list is any different from the “hate” Jeremiah Wright preaches.


Tom Tancredo is a perfect example of an out of control conservative who is willing to sell out the country to get his own nasty way, and that of his handler.

“…During the course of the hearing, Tancredo suggested that the congressionally authorized border fence be built north of cities like Brownsville if their local governments continue to obstruct the completion of the barrier.

“Securing the border is not a local issue. After all, what we are talking about here is not the Brownsville-Mexico border, or the El Paso-Mexico border, or the Yuma-Mexico border – it is the U.S.-Mexico border,” Tancredo said. “And the federal government’s failure to secure that has had disastrous consequences.”

Local communities have expressed multiculturalist sentiment by suggesting that “there is no border” between the U.S. and Mexico, and refusing to cooperate with federal authorities over the congressionally approved border fence.

Tancredo concluded, “This is a matter of national importance, and the American public should not be asked to sit back and allow a handful of local governments and their friends in the “open borders” lobby to exercise veto power over something that impacts not only our national security, but our national sovereignty.”…”