Ready for real change

The Washington Times Daily - - EDITORIAL -

We con­ser­va­tives fear it may be too late to be de­liv­ered from pre­var­i­cat­ing pres­i­dents, and capri­cious, sanc­ti­mo­nious bu­reau­crats who be­lieve only in the tax-and-spend pub­lic sec­tor and hold the wealth­gen­er­at­ing pri­vate sec­tor to be evil. We are sick of slo­ga­neer­ing so­cial­ists, ac­tivists who wrong­fully in­sist that rights, which ex­tend to in­di­vid­u­als only, equally ap­ply to al­legedly ag­grieved groups. We’ve had enough of po­lit­i­cally cor­rect in­di­vid­u­als who fa­cil­i­tate “safe spa­ces,” deny peo­ple of faith the right to be guided by that faith and me­dia mavens who vi­o­late their sa­cred role.

Those who claim fear of the yet-to-be-iden­ti­fied pre­da­tions of the com­ing ad­min­is­tra­tion (un­less such mean loss of free­bees) are ei­ther in­tel­lec­tu­ally dis­hon­est or bliss­fully un­aware of the de­lib­er­ate de­struc­tion of their pre­rog­a­tives in re­cent decades, es­pe­cially this past one.

GER­ARD F. HUR­LEY Gaithers­burg

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