June 09, 2018

Just Walk Away, O.K.

Jonathan Dickinson

Not that we all haven't seen and heard profanity, but, because the video addresses the current Democrat Party, profanity was unavoidable. The video is about someone who's decided, like Doug Schoen, that the Democrat Party of today is no longer palatable, and that it's become frightening. I, personally, have been thinking more and more that the extreme left has taken over the Democrat Party and that the inevitable outcome has to be a fracture from which they may not recover for a long time to come. This gentleman puts it as plainly as it could be put.


My reaction to this was in the form of a question: What is your proposed alternative?

He does have a Facebook page called "WalkAway Campaign," that I have yet to visit, but he openly invites conservatives to join him. In fact, here's his statement:

"If you are a lifelong conservative or non-Democrat, please share your story, message, or thoughts on what it truly means to be a conservative. Right now, the liberal media continues to perpetuate a false narrative about the "hateful” and "bigoted” right. Use your voice to let people know who conservatives really are. Be sure to use the hashtag #WalkAway." A Word from Jack Kemp:

This guy making this powerful video appears that he might be gay. But whatever this white male's sexual orientation, he has come to the same realization that George Orwell did in "Animal Farm," namely some "righteous people" are more righteous than others in the liberal totem pole. And white males are at the bottom of the liberal totem pole, being the "neu Juden" (German for "New Jews) circa 1938.

Mr. Dickinson  REPLIES:

Yes, Jack and Tim, it appears that one of this guy's primary beefs with the Democrat Party is that the "T" in LGBT has taken over the movement and he finds his own ranking has fallen almost off the charts. A few months back I read the lament of a gay black man that his status too had fallen. Intersectionality may end up being what destroys the Democrat Party in the end (or at least sets it back significantly) because in Topeka and Hoboken and Tulsa and Bakersfield, the intersectionality chart is not hanging on the entry hall walls in the homes of Democrat voters, what they care about are jobs, their children's future, the cost of electricity, and, you know, other normal stuff.

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