Today marks the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall.
And I see that the Revisionists have taken the opportunity to rewrite history again.
Yes, the same people who rewrote the history of WWII, giving the victory to Stalin rather than the American led Allies (and the H-bomb whose name we dare not mention), are back.
This time they have handed credit for the fall of the Berlin Wall not to the policies of Ronald Reagan, Margaret Thatcher and St. John Paul II (Correction h/t: JD from New South Wales) butt rather to Mikhail Gorbachev.
Okay, I see how you can make that case; it’s like the Republican’s policies didn’t really win the midterms,the policies of Barack Hussein Obama lost. Except that’s not how Debbie Wasser-name sees it:
“We know we’re right on the issues,” Wasserman Schultz said. “The American people believe in the causes we’re fighting for. But the electoral success we have when our presidential nominee is able to make the case to the country as a whole, doesn’t translate in other elections.”
So, good idea Debbie; stick with those policies that America likes so much! And keep telling us how racist, sexist, homophobic we are and I’m sure that will guilt enough butts into getting off the couch and into the voting booths to ensure a progressive victory in 2016. (TIP: you might want to clarify why your “presidential nominee” for the last two presidential elections wasn’t “able to make the case to the country as a whole” before doubling down.)
Although - even Barry himself prophesized way back in 2007 that sometimes it comes down to something more than the color of one’s skin (or, presumably, your sex or sexual orientation):
KROFT: You think the country's ready for a black President?
KROFT: You don't think it's going to hold you back?
OBAMA: No. I think if I don't win this race, it will be because of other factors. It's going to be because I have not shown to the American people a vision for where the country needs to go that they can embrace.
So see how easy that was? You step up to the mic, take a deep breath, and take responsibility. It’s called “leadership.”
“I import, you decide.”
“I transform, you decide”
So, yes policies…I guess they might be important and with a little tweaking they’ll be good as new. Butt as you’re tweaking, if you keep hearing voices of Americans who don’t want “fundamental immigration reform” maybe this will help you get over the notion that good fences don’t make good neighbors: remember the Berlin Wall was not constructed to keep people out of the Soviet sector of East Berlin, it was built to keep them in. Big difference.
Cross-Posted on Patriot Action Network