Absurdism: a philosophy based on the belief that the universe (conservatism), is irrational and meaningless and that the search for order (liberalism), brings the individual into conflict with the universe.
In true contrast, conservatism is the individual and the universe, or the collective being liberalism.
Never in my life have I witnessed such a blatant disregard for human dignity, in fact if anything the further degradation of a campaigns voting base by continually spreading fear. I have been on the receiving end of emails from numerous campaigns in recent years and have never gotten emails the likes of what “Organizing for Action” is sending out. Today’s email from OFA and Jim Messina fails to mention the millions NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg is spending of his own money to elicit more infringements on Americans Constitutional Rights.
Today’s email reads;
I want to make one thing absolutely clear:
We’re up against a whole lot more than just opposition in Congress.
We’re up against interest groups with money to burn — organizations willing to drop every last penny they have to stop President Obama’s agenda in its tracks. We’re already seeing it on gun violence, and immigration reform — they’re going to spend millions to throw a wrench in the works of progress.
You can be damned sure that this is not going to stop.
Organizing for Action is going to shift the balance of power in Washington back to real people. People like you have shown over and over again that no amount of spending can stop millions of Americans calling for change.
It’s going to take each of us rolling up our sleeves, getting to work, and chipping in what we can when we can.
We have our first fundraising deadline this weekend. Donate $5 or more right now to become a founding member of this organization:
This is going to be fun. If we do this right, the other side won’t know what hit ’em.
Organizing for Action
Todays picture of Liberalism
Keep your eye on both hands at all times, these magicians of misspeak are the best at what they do, deceive and divide.
by Mark Parham