In an age where language is as much under assault as values, the term RINO (an acronym for Republican in Name Only) is now the target of the liberal cabalists who wear the Republican platform as a mask to hide their real agendas. The list of Republicans in Name Only is as exhaustive as the list of liberals, who also have hidden agendas but are at least honest enough to bear the appropriate label. It should be obvious why RINOs object to being called RINOs. It shatters their image as the alternative to Democrat liberals. Unfortunately, the Republicans in Name Only of today have more in common with their Democrat liberals than they have with the Republican Platform.
Republicans in Name Only v. Honest Republicans
How do you tell a RINO from an honest Republican? You have to look at what they do and what they support, not at the illusion they have created or the R after their name. It is understandable that so many believe in the Republican Party. In many instances the Republican Platform expresses support of Constitutional government and all things Conservative. However, many of their representatives have shown as little regard for the Republican platform as they have for their campaign promises. For them the term “Republican” is a means to an end – an end that protects their careers and also saddles us with atrocities like Common Core State Standards (CCSS) and Agenda 21.
The Kennedys may very well be the first family of the Democrats. The Bushes may very well be the first family of the Republicans. And like their Democrat counterparts, whose socialistic policies would be a disgrace to the President who said, “…ask not what your country can do for you – ask what you can do for your country;” the Bushes would be a disgrace to Republican presidents, like Lincoln or Reagan, who believed in American exceptionalism and national sovereignty.
With men like Karl Rove at the helm of the RINO machine, protecting the RINO illusion from exposure is paramount. If their illusion is shattered, Rove’s usefulness is non-existent. As so, every real Republican that stands up for Conservative issues is attacked from both cabals parading as a two-party system. Every once in a while, however, we get an unmistakable glimpse of the men behind the masks.
The most prominent Republicans in Name Only
The two most notable Republicans in Name Only in the spotlight today are sadly the two most likely Republican presidential candidates – especially if Mr. Rove gets his way. The biggest is Governor Chris Christie of New Jersey. Coming up the ranks is none other than former Governor Jeb Bush, member of the Bush family dynasty. Both of these Republican icons support Common Core State Standards, which is directly in opposition to the Republican Platform that takes a stand against this atrocity. Governor Christie went as far as to condemn real Republicans like Ted Cruz, et al and to appoint many liberals to high level positions – the latest being NJ’s Commission of Education, Christopher Cerf. Cerf served in the Clinton administration and was a strong supporter of Clinton’s Goals 2000, the precursor of CCSS. Of course many believe that Christie’s praises for the man now occupying the White House helped to catapult him in his 2012 bid for the presidency, and his lack of support for Cory Booker’s challenger, Steve Lonegan, for U.S. Senator is just as disturbing to real NJ Conservatives.
Then there is Jeb Bush, who is the son of Bush 41, the President that attended and supported the 1992 Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro, also known as the birthplace of U.N. Agenda 21 that forfeits our property rights to globalists in the name of sustainability. Jeb Bush has made many appearances and given many interviews defending CCSS, which is the next step in our downward educational spiral after No Child Left Behind and Race to the Top, the former instituted by Bush 43 and the latter instituted by the man now occupying the White House. There is a long litany of nationally destructive policies that the Bush dynasty has imposed upon us, which include but are not limited to the Patriot Act, unjustified wars, uncontrolled spending, and TARP – all of which paved the way for the tyrannies we are now experiencing. Can this nation really survive another Bush RINO in the White House? Hopefully we will never know the answer to that question.
As destructive as Agenda 21 and CCSS may be, it is only part of the demolition plan that will destroy America and force us into a New World Order. While many can recite the Socialistic/Communistic/Nazi agendas that are killing the American Dream, we had better start paying attention to the RINOs that comply with destruction of all things American. Men like Karl Rove, all the Bush boys, and Chris Christie may claim to be Republicans, but they are Republicans In Name Only – whether they like the label or not.
Republicans in Name Only refuse reform
Before closing, I would be remiss if I didn’t comment on many of my tea party friends who truly believe we must reform the Republican Party from the inside out. We have had four years of attempted reformation, only to be abusively attacked by those in power. The only way to reform the Republican Party – if reform is possible when those who need reformation refuse to be reformed – may be to go third party. Had we done this four years ago, today we would be in a much better position to fight the two wings of the liberal cabal.
If you find the third party option objectionable, then I hope you have saved that election day clothes pin for your nose. Surely you will need it to mask the stench of the RINOs you will be considering casting your vote for next Election Day – not because you have any confidence in them but because you didn’t have the foresight to support viable options – now – for tomorrow will surely be too late.
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