Most People Know....

Exhibit #1

And Many Do Not...

Most people in the Blogosphere know I'm not a liberal. When I was very young and the Viet Nam War got under my craw I became a bit radical. You youngsters don't understand my generation but we were intent on "productive change" and not change for fundamental change's sake. Barack Obama is about a "change" that I will never accept or understand because of its destructiveness to this nation. He doesn't have a clue because, accept it or not, he grew up in a culture that most people did not nor would want to.

Along the way of life I had to grow up from the decade of discontent and violence and blood in the streets of America. I watched, and participated, as the activists of that era woke up and had to accept the responsibility of living. That didn't mean accepting LBJ'S Great Society concept and going on the government dole. I grew up poor but was taught otherwise.

As time went on and I made a career of defending this nation, and its Constitution, I came to realize how dear our freedoms are. I also came to realize the distinct differences between liberalism and conservatism. You see I have been on both sides of the fence. Some of you have not been nor seem inclined to be.

Exhibit #2

Oh how politics and morality have changed. Not the morality of the lying, thieving career politicians that are continually elected for decades on in but the morality of the electorate who seems intent on hanging itself and this nation on the gallows pole. So you don't think Obama lies or all those other political theatre players on Capitol Hill regardless of political party affiliation? Are you really that naïve. Do you think the Democrats or the Republicans have the answers to the problems they themselves have created? You surely can't be that damned stupid.

Anthony Weiner, of his wiener fame, has risen like a jaded phoenix. This is where morality starts smacking us around again after the fiasco with Bill "I Didn't Have Sexual Relations With That Woman" Clinton seems acceptable conduct by a politician. No, that was politics in action where a Democratically controlled Senate saved his bacon. That was a distinct turning point in what our society allows. Just his election was very telling with Paula Jones, Juanita Broaddrick and Kathleen Willey waiting in Bill's past harem. Not familiar with those names. Try Googling them and educating yourself. None of those women ever got even close to an apology from Quick With His Zipper Clinton. War of Women? You have to be kidding me. Clinto liked to massacre him and Hillary was a willing observer and still is.

For some strange reason deviant behavior has become acceptable in liberal Democratic circles and abhorrent if the same conduct, or worse, is discovered by one of their Republican pick pockets.

Exhibit #3

The focus here isn't Weinergate. He is but a symptom along with his power hungry wife Huma. Are there parallels between Huma and Hillary. Even Stevie Wonder sees them. Both women ended up marrying for power. That isn't exactly the ideal reason to marry but it seems to be their motivations. In Hillary's case that has been proven and I surmise that it will become obviously apparent in Huma's case as time ticks along. But there is a very close link between Huma and Hillary if you've been paying attention.

As a women, ask yourself this. Why would you suffer the public humiliation of what both Hillary and now Huma have suffered? Both are public figures and not everyday cheated on women. I am not advocating cheating as I say that so please save that comment. Is it because they have hung their star to a sleazy politician who just happens to be a Democrat?

When anyone's immoral behavior is cloaked in their political morals we have a problem Houston. If a conservative texted what Anthony texted, unsolicited so make the distinction, they would have been ostracized and maybe castrated. Why do you possibly think that may be so? Because conservatives, whether secular or not, are held to a higher moral standard. So it's okay to give our liberal breathern a get out of jail free moral pass?

And Last But Not Least...

Life is a process for most of us. We have to take on the daily responsibilities and hopefully you can manage that on your own without an aimless federal bureaucracy doing that for you.. That's what this nation was built on - individual responsibility and owning what is yours and helping your brothers and sisters when you can, not when the federal government tells you that you have to. I am NOT my brother's keeper nor are you.

I don't write as much as I use to nor do I feel compelled to do so. For five (5) years I have predicted what you are seeing which is the steady decline of our nation. It is now up to you if that continues but look at the morals, or lack of them, of all those we continually elect. If you continue to pull the levers of constant empowerment in the wrong hands - SHAME ON YOU.

As Always,

The Frog Prince

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Old Poolman 3 years ago from Rural Arizona

FP - Great seeing you put pencil to paper again, or fingers to keyboard as the case may be. Your right, the lack of morality has become so commonplace it is now ignored and accepted as a way of life. Charlie Rangel was found guilty of ethics violations and was then reelected. What the heck are people thinking?

Anthony Weiner should never have been allowed to place his name on any ballot in this country. Bill Clinton flat out lied, and still has a huge following. If Bill Clinton could run for President I'll bet he would win the election hands down.

So is it ignorance or apathy on the part of the voters? Or a combination of the two? I don't know.


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The Frog Prince 3 years ago from Arlington, TX Author

Mike - We are a nation without a moral compass at this point.


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Angela Blair 3 years ago from Central Texas

Both your Hub and your statement to Mike is right on target. We are a nation without a moral compass and when morals go and accountability is not demanded -- what's left? Best/Sis


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The Frog Prince 3 years ago from Arlington, TX Author

Sis - The founders warned us how many years ago?


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WillStarr 3 years ago from Phoenix, Arizona

Loss of our formerly high national moral standards and work ethic has devastated this country, and I lay it all at the feet of liberals or progressives or socialists, or communists or whatever they call themselves this week.


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Angela Blair 3 years ago from Central Texas

Will -- I have several choice names for those folks -- and can even spell all of them -- but probably this is not the place? Best/Sis


Stu 3 years ago

All true, and all so sad. At the root of all this is the moral relativism of progressives and centrists, which is just a nice way of referring to Machiavellianism. Only conservatives embrace an absolute concept of ethics, so the only ultimate solution is trying to get people to change their views, and try to bring up children using conservative tutelage. As long as progressives and centrists remain progressives and centrists, they will never change.


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CarolAnnHeadrick 3 years ago

Surely people are that damned stupid. They voted for him twice. Obama's elitist friends are getting richer than God, the poor are on the dole and where do they think that leaves the middle class? That's right - paying for the dole until they are broke and have to go on the dole themselves.


Mr. W.H. Braden 3 years ago

Turn off the TV. Pray, take action and pray again. God created America and he didn't make a mistake. Thank FP I always admire you foresight.


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drbj 3 years ago from south Florida

It's good to find you on Hubpages again, Jim. Your 'spot-on' analyses are sorely missed.


Ghost32 3 years ago

I understand the weariness, Jim. Feel it myself.

Heck, I don't even understand how people can manage to coop themselves together like chickens in what they call "cities" and call it living. How am I supposed to comprehend those who believe in Obama as the Oracle?


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poetvix 3 years ago from Gone from Texas but still in the south. Surrounded by God's country.

I have not been here either. This was a great article to return to. I couldn't agree more on all counts. Those who still support him are past waking up. As for Hillary and her ilk, well what can we expect? If she cared about the rights of women at all she would have had a cow over Monica and getting her face rubbed in it as you point out. But nope and why? Because she got exactly what she married for, power. She's not about to let go of it either.


Mklow1 3 years ago

Great article! You bring such precise and valid points to your writing.

Your introduction of yourself made me think of Thomas Swan's (another Hubber) article on why people get more conservative as they get older. You should check it out and tell me (and maybe him) what you think. I am sure you could shed some light on it.

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