First things . . . Richard Falknor on 20 Mar 2016 01:47 pm
Last Friday, Rush Limbaugh told us what to expect and why from the Hard Left (today’s Democratic Party and their vast network of agitators and media megaphones)–
“You know what I told you I think’s gonna happen after this election, if a conservative Republican wins this election? Whoever the next president is, is going to be harassed and harangued every day by the usual leftist suspects. And if even element of the Obama agenda is attempted, if we try to get rid of it, Obama himself is gonna be on TV with his buddies in the media trying to defend it. It’s not going to be for the faint of heart. That’s why what’s happening in our campaign right now, this whole Republican primary, is tiddlywinks compared to what the future’s gonna be if we succeed in beating these people back.
It’s tiddlywinks, and people have got to know how serious this is.”
“You’re worried about riots right now? You haven’t seen riots until somebody tries to unwind Obamacare. You haven’t seen riots until the next Republican president takes dead aim at numerous Obama policies — illegal immigration, amnesty — until he takes dead aim at all of Obama’s executive orders. You haven’t seen riots. They’re already promising us that it’s gonna happen.
The Occupy Wall Street crowd, they’re already promising these things. They’re bragging about the biggest riots anybody’s ever seen in the summer to protest Trump. They’re gonna protest us no matter what, whoever on our side wins. And what worries me is that we do not have a Republican Party apparatus that is equipped and prepared for this. It’s a genuine concern of mine. I don’t like using the word “cave,” but it’s patently obvious they’re not much into conflict. It’s pretty clear that they are willing to compromise what they believe so that the media doesn’t call them names. Well, we don’t even know what name-calling is yet.
People are involved in this right now like it’s an academic exercise.” (Highlighting Forum’s throughout.)
Limbaugh translated: today’s GOP apparatus shrinks from the sting of battle!
If today’s Hard Left isn’t seriously attacking major GOP politicians, the Left has rightly figured that those politicians are all hat (self-styled “common-sense conservatives”) and no cattle (lacking the grit to plan successful action against the Hard Left’s agenda).