A Tribute To Lukewarmers

A number of commenters kept insisting that it didn’t make any difference if Obama or Romney were elected.

So then because thou art lukewarm, and neither cold nor hot, I will spue thee out of my mouth

Revelation 3:16

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24 Responses to A Tribute To Lukewarmers

  1. Traitor In Chief says:

    The argument is understood, but it assumes Romney remained a “believer”. Since he chose Ryan, who was never roped in by the Klimate Kult, I think instead he was coming around. A number of RINOs in particular, mistakenly believed that Left wingers are rational, and were supporting a scientific argument. I think their lunacy has become far more understood in the last 5 years.

    • To me, the global warming fraud is just one piece of the larger puzzle to destroy personal freedom. I was referring to lukewarmers in a bigger context.

      • suyts says:

        Exactly right. If it wasn’t global warming they would have invented another cause/alarm which would require humanity to turn over control of some essential need to a global governing concern. The solution to the imaginary problem would always entail taxes and a loss of liberty.

  2. tckev says:

    What the lukewarm fail to realize is the price that these AGW religious wackos will/have/are costing us in loss of business/employment, and extra fines (taxes) leveled on us all for living in an (historically) economically successful country.

    • Lukewarmers are in a sense the most opposed to AGW because we see the mild warming as economically and environmentally beneficial. That’s the exact opposite position of the alarmists.

  3. savebyj says:

    Elections have consequences. We are about to get ours.

  4. johnmcguire says:

    Steven , are you trying to say that Romney was God’s champion ? If God had a champion in the election it was more likely to have been Ron Paul . Ron Paul aligned himself with the forefathers and I think they were far more likely aligned with God than Mitt Romney . I will not vote for a republican unless they come around to the forefathers way of thinking . And the same goes for a democrat . I am hot for a constitutional canidate and cold for anything else .

    • I’m trying to say that Obama is wrecking the US, possibly intentionally.

      • johnmcguire says:

        I certainly agree with what you say about Obama and his cohorts .

      • johnmcguire says:

        Say Steven , We just did a second racking on some excellent peach wine Christmas day and possibly in a month it will be ready to bottle . I haven’t forgotten my promise to you , it just takes time for the wine to properly finish .

      • Bush was incompetent but Obama has so far been an order of magnitude worse. It is unlikely to be intentional though. He just does not understand what is going on. And when things get much worse, I have my doubts he will be able to acknowledge how his policies contributed to the worsening. You don’t have to be a genius to be a US president but there is one requirement that you must possess otherwise your governance will be fatal: the ability to select smart advisers.

      • nigelf says:

        It’s intentional. I used to think he was just in over his head but after four years of choosing terrible people to hold important posts like Van Jones, Carol Browner, Lisa Jackson and Tim (turbo tax) Guitner, among others, it becomes clearer that these choices couldn’t be more appropriate if your ultimate goal was to put the US in the place that your ideology thinks it should be placed.

      • Your description applies to intentional acts as well as stupidity in general.

      • LLAP says:

        @Will: I used to think Obama was incompetent. Over 2 years ago I asked a friend of mine, a medical doctor who had lived in Georgia for years, if he agreed with my assessment and he said “no”. I then asked him what he really thought of Obama. His response was, “Pure evil”. My friend (now deceased) was one of the founding members of the Department of Homeland Security and was once named “Republican of the Year” in Georgia. He was very astute and I trusted his judgement.

      • If you’re measuring results it is nearly impossible to distinguish between malice and ignorance. As for intent, nobody can know that for sure.

      • LLAP says:

        @Will: If you look at how much Obama’s upbringing and college years were steeped in radical communism, I would tend to think it is more malice than ignorance. It may even be both … malicious incompetence!

      • I’m sure even Hugo Chavez sees himself as doing the right thing and being a savour of his country, although he has damaged the middle class and set his country back a generation.

  5. Will they lament when the bills come due, and payment is required? When their children are delivered into slavery, will they throw a party?

  6. peterh says:

    Don’t forget the Congress and the Supreme Court…destroying America is a group effort!

  7. Andy DC says:

    We have basically had a long line (with maybe an exception or two) of incompetent and/or mentally unstable Presidents going back to LBJ. It is no accident that we are in the mess we are in. I would like for once in my life to not hold my nose going into the voting booth. My feeling is that elections are little more than a contest to see who can get their hands into the cookie jar.

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