Liberals morph into progressives, though actually regressive

The big con word game

As Americans watch the incoming Harris/Biden administration systematically dismantle the U.S. Constitution and abandon its principles, we are told this is the awakening of progressivism. In today’s vernacular, they have “woke.”

Liberals, like cicadas, have gone underground and progressives have emerged making equally loud noises. The metamorphosis has been aided by the media’s warm embrace of the word “progressive.” The term sounds forward thinking, belying the fact that it is actually ‘regressive,’ which is the proper term for deviant thinking and corrupt actions.

The English language is unusually descriptive and is said to contain more than a million words, excluding those related to specific areas of study such as science, medicine and the law, though adult English speakers use far fewer, with democrats leading the pack of language misusers.

Their term of the moment is equity, replacing equality. Equality is based on a universally assured fairness. Equity is a concept newly contrived by the Harris/Biden* administration that imposes a vague, illogical concept of “fairness” now based on the amount of melanin in your skin pigment. For an enlightening insight into the scheme read, “Equality vs. equity in Joe Biden’s America,” by John Leonard.

With radical “progressives” in charge and dedicating their time to waging a second impeachment war against former President Donald Trump, we are witnessing overkill. Impeaching someone who is not an office holder is an exercise in futility. But remember this: Those “progressives” not only want Trump’s head on a platter, they are coming for ours next. There is nothing progressive about bitterness and raw hatred. It’s time to call dems by a more appropriately descriptive title: “regressive.”

 *Declining Joe Biden is widely regarded as her interim placeholder.

6 Responses to Liberals morph into progressives, though actually regressive

  1. StetsonXXX says:

    Another spot-on observation, SRAZ. We’re going to be under the boot of the repressives (great identifier!) for the foreseeable future, which sickens me. In the interim, I’m going to be calling the dems “repressives” and explain why. It’s an ideal description

    The linked article by John Leonard included here is excellent. Thanks.

  2. Hometown Guy says:

    Proof that my dad was right. He always said, “Words matter.”

  3. Kathy says:

    Question, has the GOP brought forth legislation to rein in Uniparty Ducey’s powers? If not why?

    • Realist says:

      Neither political parties nor the legislature have the authority to control state governors. Imagine the chaos if opposing parties were able to “rein in” governors. That would be an ongoing consumption of time, money and energy regardless of who the governor was. State business would come to a standstill.

      Citizens can initiate recalls which require collecting thousands of petition signatures to get it on the ballot, which usually run between $2 and $5 a signature the closer you get to the election. They also have the ballot box, although Ducey is termed out. Impeachment proceedings require more than disliking an office holder. There needs to be evidence of a crime. Read the AZ Constitution. This section deals with recall:
      https://www.azleg.gov/arsDetail/?title=19

  4. D.B. Cooper says:

    Republicans in the home states of Sens. Susan Collins (Maine), Lisa Murkowski (Alaska), Mitt Romney (Utah), Ben Sasse (Nebraska), and Pat Toomey (Pennsylvania) need to remember the names of these showboating demoncrat colluders who voted for the second and clearly unconstitutional impeachment of Pres. Donald Trump. These five broke with their fellow Republicans and joined the always unified dems. They need solid challengers. The only problem is senate terms are 6 years long and too many memories are short.

    Before that, U.S. Reps. Peter Meijer (Michigan), Tom Rice (South Carolina) and Liz Cheney (Wyoming) broke with their Republican colleagues in the House and voted for impeachment. They all have announced challengers!

  5. jake sez says:

    The universal idea that republicans’ should not cast dispersions upon another republican has come and gone in this one election. There are republicans whom I don’t always agree with but I feel that most of them are worthwhile at their base core. They believe in decency, equality and that all people are free to do what they feel is correct and try to boost this country along on it way as a bastion of freedom. However, during this past election I have become aware that there are many whom call them selves republicans who would sell us and others out for a seat on the power wagon. Many of these RHINO’s support the impeachment, the power of the big tech to control thought and speech as long as they are a part of the elite. I for one, will cast stones at these people as long as I have a hand and a stone. I am looking for strong leader and great ideas . If you have one or both I will support you.