While it’s too early to say who will be nominated to run for the Republican candidate for president, two names are emerging: Jeb Bush and Scott Walker. The former is a RINO in the worst sense (and would betray American with his illegal immigration stance) while the later has a successful track record of running a state. Liberals would rather see one of the men run and are terrified the other will and thus are tearing into his with great fury.
Jeb Bush is the one who said illegals came to America “out of love.”
- The way I look at this is someone who comes to our country because they couldn’t come legally, they come to our country because their family’s dad who loves their children was worried that their children didn’t have food on the table, and they wanted to make sure their family was intact. And they crossed the border because they had no other means to work to be able to provide for their family.
- Yes, they broke the law, but it’s not a felony. It’s kind of, it’s an act of love. It’s an act of commitment to your family. I honestly think that’s a different kind of crime that should be, there should be a price paid, but it shouldn’t be — it shouldn’t rile people up that people are actually coming to this country to provide for their families.
This statement, right there, should disqualify him. The corporate money is flooding into Jeb’s arms and the old Washington power brokers are circling. After all, his father and brother were elected president so the network is there, waiting.
Liberals have should distaste for Jeb Bush but it is Scott Walker for whom they reserve their outright anger and contempt. Not only has Walker been re-elected (twice) but he went after the all powerful Democrat-backed “Big Union” and came out on top. He is well liked by voters in a Liberal state and Conservatives applaud him for his take no prisoners approach.
In short, Walker is the biggest threat to retaining the White House.
The current line of attack is that because Scott Walker never secured a college degree he should not be president. The “logic” goes that without that degree he’s simply not qualified to run the United States because he is anti-intellectual. As evidence of this Liberals cite Walker’s response on whether he believes in evolution or not:
Scott Walker Still Doesn’t Want To Say A Whole Lot About Evolution
“I think God created the Earth,” Walker said. “I think science and my faith aren’t incompatible.”
Liberals want people to think of Republicans as anti-reason, anti-science, anti-modernity. Things like asking about evolution and “global warming” are standard fare.
Here’s a typical Liberal reaction:
- My faux conservative heart sank. My pretend hero is either an ignoramus or a coward. It is simply not possible to contest evolution, since it is the basis of all the biological sciences. The issue is closed, not debatable, and while I am obliged to say something nice about those who prefer the biblical story of creation, I have to point out that countless people somehow manage a practical synthesis and believe in both — evolution and religion. It can be done.
- Walker is a religious fellow, so it is possible he rejects evolution. If he does, that would be worrisome. It shows a mind-set, a predisposition to ignore evidence. This could enlist him in the army of don’t-worriers who deny the Earth is on a slow boil. As for evolution, he might be one of those people who insist that it’s a mere theory, purposely misrepresenting the word to mean something like a wild guess. Nay! Evolution is not a stab in the dark.
Fact is, Walker doesn’t want to alienate Evangelical Conservatives in the same way Democrats don’t want to alienate abortion supporters. Republicans are hardly “anti-science” anymore than you can say Democrats are because anti-vaccine supporters tend to be Liberal, high income urban dwellers.
Liberals are scared of Walker… scared because of his success. Whether he has a college degree or not shouldn’t be how he is judged. The job he’s done, results he’s obtained, and support he’s won are what should be the criteria but were Liberals to look at those they’d be forced to admit Walker is a formidable candidate.
And that’s why they’re so scare.