Dark­ness

The Washington Times Weekly - - Letters To The Editor - Richard Doyle

Re­sults are in. Un­less there was mas­sive vote fraud (noth­ing sur­prises me any­more), the Kool-Aid drinkers, Chicago politi­cians, Mus­lim Broth­ers, fem­i­nists, pot-ad­dled kids, ho­mo­sex­u­als and main­stream me­dia won. It’s a sad com­men­tary on the av­er­age in­tel­li­gence. The Pied Piper’s pan­der­ing to these group­ings paid off. That sin­gle women might vote for a sur­ro­gate hus­band, free con­tra­cep­tives and abor­tions was expected. Imag­ine: 400 mil­lion on food stamps, many with obe­sity prob­lems. And the clamor for free stuff gets even louder. More want to ride in the wagon than pull it.

Wikipedia says the Dark Ages were “a pe­riod of in­tel­lec­tual dark­ness and eco­nomic re­gres­sion that oc­curred in Europe fol­low­ing the col­lapse of the Western Ro­man Em­pire.” How­ever, civ­i­liza­tion did re­vive, and a po­lit­i­cal sys­tem in­vented by our Found­ing Fathers in 1787 even­tu­ally emerged.

We must sup­port up­stand­ing mem­bers of the House of Rep­re­sen­ta­tives po­lit­i­cally, fi­nan­cially and emo­tion­ally, and not per­mit the vil­lains of Nov. 6 to pour more Kool-Aid, else we should pre­pare for the con­se­quences (Re­mem­ber Jon­estown?). Ac­tu­ally, there is an even bet­ter so­lu­tion to the prob­lem, but too po­lit­i­cally in­cor­rect to see the light of day: re­quire some min­i­mal in­tel­lec­tual el­i­gi­bil­ity to vote.

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