Despairing of Political Perfection

by Glenn Fairman  10/11/14

All institutions of Men are in flux — and the Republican and Democratic Parties, as they are now constituted, are mere vehicles for the distinct ideological movements that animate them. The Democratic Party has long moved away from its once strong Pro-American foundations and has unabashedly embraced: Neo-Marxism, Eco-Ludditism, corrosive Identity Politics founded on a multiculturalist worldview, and a Humanist agenda of ideological homogeneity and nihilistic secular temporality. We find increasingly that liberalism, in its contemporary virulent form, encroaches on the private sphere of human action and the negation of moral conscience in order to construct its strained vision of the City of Man.

In the meantime, the Republican Party, under the aegis of organic grass roots movements such as the Tea Party, has migrated home towards singularly American First Principles. In this reinvigorated and redeemed incarnation, the Country Club Republicans, who cared little for the tenets of Social Conservatism, and were concerned ultimately with the conservation of their coffers, are finding that their ideological potency is circling the drain.

The Party of Lincoln is, in truth, what we as a movement wish to make it. To draw back our hand in despair, waxing bitter over the internal rancor of ideological purity and pedigree, will not bring us closer to our lofty goals. It is enough to know that our political adversaries, in their mission to not only fundamentally transform the relationship of Man and State, but the personality of Man himself, does not sleep. Indeed, in the last four years the Devil’s hands have been exceedingly busy. To instill the principles of that Republican Renaissance we must remain engaged — the stakes are just too great to do otherwise as America pivots on the cusp of economic and spiritual dissolution.


Glenn Fairman writes from Highland, Ca.
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2 Responses to Despairing of Political Perfection

  1. Timothy Lane says:

    Most Republicans are mediocre, but just about all of them are better (or at least less bad) than just about all Democrats. To me, the only choice is voting Republican or not voting at all (or the equivalent, such as voting for some independent or minor party candidate with no chance of winning) — Hobson’s choice, in other words: take it or leave it. And if enough people do that, you get more Democrats, which is to say, more internal enemies of the nation and the Constitution.

  2. Brad Nelson Brad Nelson says:

    Here’s to the part of Lincoln. May it one day return. But I don’t see it happening anytime soon.

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