Tuesday, July 25, 2017

John McCain Explaining How The Hegelian Dialectic Control Mechanism Works.

He did not intend to give us the accurate picture of how the duopoly works, but he outlined it pretty accurately. The Left, uncompromising and ruthless, crams steps in the Cultural Marxist conquest agenda down our throats by any means at their disposal, and the FAKE OPPOSITION crys, "we must compromise with it" and NOT win.  By a simple majority vote the Democrats Crammed ObamaCare down our throats, and here is John McCain saying, we dare not attempt to reverse it, to repeal it, all we can expect to do, and all that you should expect from us is to compromise with it.

Two evil steps forward, one step back, two evil steps forward, one step back.  Here is John McCain proposing the, one step back while painting VICTORY against evil as evil itself.


“Our deliberations can still be important and useful but I think we can all agree, we haven't been overburdened by greatness lately. And right now we aren't producing much for the American people. Both sides have let this happen. Let's leave the history of who shot first to the historians. I suspect they will find we all conspired in our decline either by deliberate actions or neglect. We've all played some role in it, certainly, I have. Sometimes I've let my passion rule my reason. Sometimes I made it harder to find common ground because of something harsh I've said to a colleague. Sometimes I've wanted to win for the sake of winning than to achieve a contested policy. Incremental progress, compromises that each side criticized but also accept, just plane muddling through to chip away at problems and keep our enemies from doing their worst isn't glamorous or exciting and doesn't feel like a political triumph, but it is usually the most we can expect from our system of government, operating in a country as diverse, quarrelsome and free as ours. Considering the injustices and cruelties inflicted by autocratic governments and how corruptible human nature can be the problem solving our system does make possible the fitful progress it produces and the liberty and justice it preserves is a magnificent achievement. Our system doesn't depend on our mobility it accounts for our imperfections and gives us an order to our individual strivings that has helped us make ours the most powerful and prosperous society on earth. It is our responsibility to preserve that, even when it requires us to do something less satisfying than 'winning' (he said in air quotes), even when we must give a little to get a little, even when our efforts manage just three yards in a cloud of dust while critics on both sides denounce us for timidity, for our failure to 'triumph' (again with air quotes). I hope we can again rely on humility on our need to cooperate on our dependence on each other to learn how to trust each other again and by so doing better serve the people who elected us. Stop listening to the bombastic loud mouths on the radio and television and the internet, to hell with them! (He yelled to a smattering of applause from his fellow Globalist/Cultural Marxists) They don't want anything done for the public good. Our incapacity is their livelihood. Let's trust each other. Let's return to regular order. We've been spinning our wheels on too many important issues because we keep trying to find a way to win without help from across the aisle. That's an approach that has been employed by both sides mandating legislation from the top down without any support from the other side with all the parliamentary maneuvers that requires. We're getting nothing done, my friends, we're getting nothing done. All we've really done this year is confirm Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court. Our health care insurance system is a mess. We all know it, those who support Obamacare and those who oppose it. Something has to be done.” - Senator John McCain from the Well of the Senate 7/25/2017. 

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