The Stupid Party And The Evil Party
As a conservative Republican, I am sick and tired of seeing our Republican “leaders” in Congress letting us down at every oppportunity. A recent example came to my attention when Congress voted an amendment to the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) that would give amnesty to the children of foreign visa workers. Unsurprisingly, over 60 House Republicans voted for this pro-amnesty amendment—including Madison Cawthorn, Mayra Flores, Garrett Graves, Kay Granger, Tony Gonzales, Nicole Malliotakis, and more.
The sad reality is that large swaths of the Republican party are complicit in the destruction of the traditional American society.
Nevertheless, the Washington “uniparty” that we are dealing with was long foreseen by the astute political writer Sam Francis.
Decades ago, the late, great conservative writer popularized a pithy summation of both the Republican party and the Democrat party. Here’s the quote:
“In America we have a two-party system. There is the stupid party (i.e. the Republican party). And there is the evil party (i.e. Democrat party). Periodically, the two parties get together and do something that is both stupid and evil. This is called—bipartisanship.”
I can’t think of a better way to describe the current state of affairs in American politics.
As a registered Republican, I can’t help but completely agree with Francis’s sentiment. Time and time again, we find Republicans and Democrats linking arms to further the destruction of traditional America. How, might you ask?
Well, where do we begin? Just recently, Democrats and Republicans have recently supported gun control, sending $40 Billion to the Ukraine, sending billions of American taxpayer dollars to foreign nations, and giving amnesty to the children of foreign visa workers. All of those bills are just from 2022. That doesn’t even include how large parts of both parties have supported mass immigration and the endless “Forever Wars” for the last 30 years.
Now, the Democrat party and the Republican party have different roles to play in the Washington “Uniparty.” As the “evil party”, Democrats have pushed for the leftist, globalist agenda that is wrecking the country—from open borders to ceaseless wealth redistribution to “defunding the police.” Then as the “stupid party”, Republicans either give into the Left’s demands immediately or play the role of “controlled opposition” for a brief time before giving into the Left’s demands years down the road (e.g. how the Republican party supported gay marriage once the Supreme Court legalized gay marriage in the 2015 Obergefell v. Hodge decision).
This tango between Democrats and Republicans is a tale as old as time—at least for my whole life as a member of Generation Z. For years, Republican politicians, particularly in Washington, have foolishly played the role of “controlled opposition” as the minority opposition party and then do essentially nothing as the governing party. We’ve seen the constant carousel between Republican and Democrat-led federal governments since the 1990s, and in truth, with the possible minor exception of Ronald Reagan’s eight years, since FDR’s inauguration in 1933, and particularly since Reagan the result has been more of the same—a declining traditional America. More specifically: an America that is less prosperous, an America that is less healthy, and an America that is less Christian.
Unfortunately, the reality is that a “Uniparty“ has existed in Washington DC for decades. Thankfully, a political outsider finally disrupted this political arrangement in 2015.
A brash businessman named Donald Trump finally found the “chink in the armor” of the DC “Uniparty.” His MAGA agenda spoke to the Middle American populists, the conservative Christians, and the America First nationalists across the United States.
President Trump started the movement to revive the “Traditional American Society,” and he is still the undisputed leader of the movement. However, it’s our job to continue carrying the torch of the American Revival in the decades to come after President Trump’s political career ends.
We don’t want to have to go through another iteration of the Washington DC “Uniparty” after President Trump’s expected 2nd presidential term. So, let’s keep on electing America First conservatives to Congress, to our local school boards, and every political office in-between.
The American Revival begins now!