Eyes to See/Ears to Hear

In order to combat my annoyance over the unwillingness of media outlets to tell the truth and avoid letting their bias rule, as well as to have an outlet for my very (at times) wordy self, this blog has been created by yours truly. This will be an accounting of events in the world, my country, and my little piece of the world as best as I can see it, hear it, and relay it.

Location: United States

Thursday, October 27, 2005

Games People Play

noticed a very big difference between members of the Democratic Party and the Republican Party and that is for the most part Democrats stick together, Republicans do not. The Republican Party has the majority of the House right now but is not able to use it to their advantage, and even more importantly to use the vote given offices they hold to do right by those who put them there.

Indeed, if we are honest we must admit that the Democrats wouldn't be able to stand up to any scruitiny on their behavior as well as their associations (talk about conflict of interest issues and the like) and that they have, for many years now, even before they lost the majority advantage, forced the liberal agenda of various special interest (translated: anti-God, anti-American, pro-abortion) groups through via activist courts, clearly violating the law of the land as regards the separation of powers having to do with the different branches of our government. The Democrats have an advantage in a media that wholeheartedly supports their activities and either doesn't report them or downplays them.

But, the Democrats are united, yes, quite unlike the Republicans, who are downright fragmented and scattered all over the place. And because of that they are even more of a target than they might have been had they determined to band together. The politically motivated case against Mr. Delay is laugable in the face of what so many Democrats are doing which can be misconstrued, twisted, and used against them as easily as is being done to Mr. Delay. In some cases far worse.

As I said, the media is a party to all this, though they turn a blind eye to what could make the Democrats look as bad as the media and the Texas Prosecutor are laboring to make the Republicans via Mr. DeLay look.

Hey, I am all for standing against wrong, but this DeLay thing smells bad, just as bad as the Schiavo case smeiled. The judge and the lawyer for Michael Schiavo had clear cut conflicts of interest, but the newspapers refused to play it up as they play up what they want to manipulate what they believe in and want to make happen through their selective reporting. Too many American citizens are led like sheep who are not only blind, but want to be. The reason being that they have their own anger and spite driven agendas that the media feeds by their reporting and trashing of various men and women in Washington and elsewhere who get in their way; so they clamor and shout "Justice! Mr. DeLay Committed A Crime!' and as many shocking headlines as they can come up that make it seem like their concern is ethics and integrity when it is as simple as highschool spite games!

Hopefully and before it is too late, our citizens will put their petty complaints aside and be a part of uniting our country instead of further dividing it.