The Left's Trail of Trash
Not only were they spewing trash talk, carrying trashy signs, but as usual the lefties at the Women's March left behind a trail of trash. They always do. They pontificate about going green, reducing carbon emissions and being responsible stewards of the earth, but they strew trash everywhere with gay abandonment.
Celebrities have the unmitigated gall to lecture we little people about climate change and the so-called global warming, but they fly private jets to get to their marches and leave a trail of garbage for others to handle. Masters at play-acting they preach from the podium asking us to get rid of our SUVs and to stop barbecuing. But it's all show. Blowhards like Leonardo and Ruffalo were at the green march in Manhattan in 2014. Do you suppose they flew in on private jets? It's reported that Leonardo DiCaprio made six private jet trips between New York and Los Angeles within one week's time.
Contrast a few left wing events with the huge Tea Party event in Washington in August 2010. The Washington Mall was left spotless. Conservatives are different. They are, well, conservative. They don't riot; they don't march around with disgusting signs and they clean up after themselves and others. They wait quietly and patiently, and then they vote. That's right; they vote conservatives into office
Conservatives do more than just pick up after themselves. During the government shutdown in 2013, Chris Cox was out at the Washington Mall with his lawnmower and trash bags, and he had company. Patriots, families including children and conservative politicians joined in to rake and pick up trash and keep the mall clean during the shutdown.
Maybe it's time for conservatives to boycott the phony bologna Hollywood rhetoric that is every bit as unpleasant and ineffective as their street trash. Conservatives will continue to pick up their trash, drive SUV's, have family barbecues and vote for conservative candidates and the left's words will continue to dissipate with the wind. Their ranting and raving are of no more importance than those dirty cups they leave on the pavement.
There is enlightenment for you adults that leave your trash behind, and it lies within the colleges. Hundreds of campuses across the country participate in competitions in which they work tirelessly to conserve and recycle tons of trash and garbage generated on campus. Their efforts have made an enormous contribution to the fight against pollution.