Sunday Thoughts: Thank Goodness I am NOT Like Those EVIL Democrats

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One of the critical issues driving the political discourse is the far Left’s woke ideology in the ongoing culture wars we see all across America. On the Left, Democrats and, more specifically, Progressive Democrats lead the charge, labeling any that opposed a plethora of “phobia” names and silencing their opposition with “cancel culture” tactics.

Many Republicans and conservatives oppose these new Leftist cultural agendas, calling them pure evil. See three recent stories below that exemplifies this feeling.

Gender youth transition for profit – Journalist Amber Athey with The Spectator World told Tucker Carlson that her recent reporting exposing how transgender ideology has seeped into Georgetown University’s School of Medicine is evidence of “deep demonic influences” in American culture. Amber describes how the university is promoting dangerous youth gender transition medical procedures for profit. See this shocking report below.

Encouraging economic abortions – A recent Democrat candidate for Governor of Georgia, Stacey Abrams, suggested that we need to abort babies to solve our economic inflation problem. Can one sink any lower into evil than this?

Senseless violence – And, oh yes, then there is this all over America as a product of Democrat evil woke culture. The video below shows a wild brawl raging inside a Missouri Walmart – just one event of many. Do you remember scenes like this all the time when you were young? Me neither, but they are commonplace now.

As the journalist Amber Athey said, these kinds of stories have “deep demonic influences.” Even calling these ideologies “evil.” For sure, these descriptions seem to fit. However, sometimes I get the feeling that, as Democrats do, it could be considered virtue signaling by Republicans and conservatives.

Leading some to say, “Thank Goodness I am NOT like those EVIL Democrats.”

Do Republicans and conservatives have the high ground on morality? Perhaps. For sure, one could compare and say Lefty Democrats are further down the path of immorality. Often blaming the younger generation as leading this decent. But one does have to ask – who taught these evil Democrats to do what they do? We could hide from any responsibility and blame the media, academia, and the “thought” leaders of our time.

The continuum from morality to immorality can be a slippery slope. Take a brief tour to see how our society, over time, has descended into immorality.

First, take a look at imagery over the decades in the music industry. Go back to the mid-1960s when Nancy Sinatra hit the charts with her song “These Boots Are Made for Walking.” Beautiful photo of a woman, a bit sexualized with the then-new mini-skirt, but one can remember our parents were aghast as over the top at the time. Seems rather funny today. Moving onto the 1980s, Madonna came onto the scene with her provocative lude portrayal of what modern sexualized women should be. In more recent times, take a look at Lady Gaga. Her music videos would be considered pornography in the 1960s. This once pornography is now the mainstay of music videos today consumed by our youth.

It’s not just the imagery in the music but in the lyrics as well. Music can be a powerful medium to power change in society.

Hollywood movies, with their various genres, have tremendously evolved over the decades. In its early days, most moves were largely family-oriented and had themes consumable for most people. This began to change in the late sixties and seventies when Hollywood had to implement a rating system to account for new storylines that began to push the envelopes of norms.

The norms of explicit violence, sexual content, and just downright bizarre themes to titillate every unwholesome thought that the masses may be able to absorb. More recently, every social justice, antisocial, and anti-patriotic storylines, have come out – all efforts to tear down society into a numbing sense of decadence.

Today the traditional American family is all but gone. The man in the family is tangential at best. When he is there, he is often the dufus that is merely tolerated. The kids rule the roost while the exploits of women are the only thing that holds it together, whether that be by being a super mom or the career-seeking successful executive changing the world.

The male son is typically gay or a “soy boy.” The female daughter is soon to be a Hollywood star or more intelligent than Einstien. On the television set, there seems always to be an LGBTQ character floating around to keep it all questionable.

The point here is that being higher on the morality continuum may not be enough. After all, as society slides into decay, though we may think we are higher on the morality continuum today, eventually, we can slide or cause others to slide to the same point at the bottom. One must consider carefully before we call others evil.

As a Sunday Thoughts, or even simply good advice, consider this Parable of the Pharisee and Tax Collector in Luke 18:9-14.

Then Jesus told this story to some who had great confidence in their own righteousness and scorned everyone else: 10 “Two men went to the Temple to pray. One was a Pharisee, and the other was a despised tax collector. 11 The Pharisee stood by himself and prayed this prayer[a]: ‘I thank you, God, that I am not like other people—cheaters, sinners, adulterers. I’m certainly not like that tax collector! 12 I fast twice a week, and I give you a tenth of my income.’

13 “But the tax collector stood at a distance and dared not even lift his eyes to heaven as he prayed. Instead, he beat his chest in sorrow, saying, ‘O God, be merciful to me, for I am a sinner.’ 14 I tell you, this sinner, not the Pharisee, returned home justified before God. For those who exalt themselves will be humbled, and those who humble themselves will be exalted.”

More simply put, perhaps focus less on the faults of others and more focus on our own, regardless of where we are at on the morality continuum. Are all Democrats evil? Or simply misinformed and/or too lazy to understand the truth – which in and of itself can be considered evil? For certain, one can and should call out evil deeds. But calling out whole groups of people as evil is often virtue signaling and is the same tactic Democrats do that further divides the country and is not often useful. Consider the following quote when making a useful debate.

“A man convinced against his will is of the same opinion still.”

Give us your thoughts in the comment section below on whether it is useful to be calling our political foes evil – will it yield results?

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By Tom Williams

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