Democrats are very organized. I’m not just talking about their ability to whip up a rally at a moment’s notice or to elect a President with the help of a substantial voter fraud and government chicanery. (I’m referring to the IRS scandal.) Those were just the visible signs of Democrat organization. As Mitch McConnell explained in a speech he delivered at the American Enterprise Institute, the Democrat effort to squelch conservative free speech goes back many years and does indeed start with Obama — but not quite in the way you’d expect.
I have to admit that I’m not usually very good at reading the transcripts from long speeches, but this was riveting. McConnell reminds us that, when Democrats speak or act, there are no coincidences. They are the well-ordered, always-got-a-plan crowd, while Republicans just muddle through, batting at balls as they come their way.
Whenever I look at the difference between Republicans and Democrats, I’m reminded of the Germans and the British in World War I. The Germans, either because they realized early that trench warfare would last a long time, or because they were simply more meticulous, built trenches that were things of beauty: deep, secure, and comfortable (given the limits on long ditches in the ground in the middle of battlefields). The British, by contrast, simply dug slap dash holes in the ground, and then made do with them for the next several years. The men had no protection from the elements, and simply wallowed in louse-ridden mud and filth for years. That the British prevailed was due to the resources of her Empire, the quality of her fighters, and the fact that America came in and finished the war for her.
When it comes to organization versus chaos, it’s no coincidence that the Senate is set to pass another 1,200 page monstrosity that no one has read, this time on immigration. The Democrats know precisely what’s in it and they do not want anybody to read it. If the public finds out what Democrats know, they’d be screaming to the rooftops. As it is, they’re supine as a bill that destroys American sovereignty and remakes her population (without any citizen input) is rushed into law.
My suspicion is that the Senate Dems actually don’t care if the House stops the bill. In that event, all they have to do is scream that the Republicans are racist immigration enemies. The fact that the bill is a disaster that no one should pass is irrelevant. Since no one knows what’s in it, the Dems and their media can simply set the narrative.
In other words, it’s a win-win for Dems: either they get a bill that turns us into a permanent low-income, welfare economy or they get to call Republicans racists. And, with all the aplomb of the British in WWI, the Republicans will stand there shell-shocked, unable to figure out what hit them.
If you go below the fold, I’ve included McConnell’s entire speech here. You’ll see that McConnell is trying to arouse Republicans and conservatives to intelligent efficiency. Good luck to him!