Cultural Rot and (Surprise!) Liberals Who Spoke the Truth

Rush asked a great question yesterday: "After years of cultural rot, why are we surprised by the Secret Service scandal?"  But, of course, it is the Southern, backwoods, hayseed, ignorant, God-fearing Christian hicks that are causing all the problems in America today....        
And here’s from the "ha-ha-ha" department. A Democrat finally tells the truth, though the Obama administration says it was an accident. Well, that’s probably true. Democrats are such congenital liars that when they do speak the truth, they don’t do it intentionally. Anyway, David Axelrod was asked about the "choice in the coming election." Here’s what he said: "The choice in this election is between an economy that produces a -- a growing middle class and that gives people a chance to get ahead and their kids a chance to get ahead. Uh, and an economy that continues down the road, uh, we're on where fewer and fewer number of people do very well and everybody else is running faster and faster just to keep pace."

"An economy that continues down the road we’re on where fewer and fewer number of people do very well".   Nicely put.

Who’s been in charge of the economy for the last three  years—the "road we’re on"?

But, of course, it's all George Bush's fault.

And it was also funny to watch the liberals scramble to save their political hides after Hilary Rosen's contemptuous comment last week about Ann Romney--"she never worked a day in her life."  Rosen, of course, let the cat out of the bag about what liberals truly think about the family and stay-at-home mothers.  As I have written many times on this blog, liberalism hates the family and the church, two institutions that can operate independently of the state and don't need liberals controlling and directing their lives.  But most Americans still have a great respect for motherhood and those women who stay at home and raise their children.  So, the left was immediate and at pains to deny Rosen's remarks, even at the cost of their ideology.  But then, to liberals, anything can be sacrificed--for a time--in order to secure power.  Rosen spoke what liberals truly believe, and was told, in no uncertain terms, to "shut up."  Liberals depend greatly upon the ignorance of the masses to stay in power, and so statements like Rosen's, which revealed some of the true doctrine of modern leftism, caused great angst and massive panic among the secular elite.  

It will be interesting to see if Mitt Romney can make any hay out of it.  Probably not.