"The welfare of humanity is always the alibi of tyrants" - Albert Camus

Tuesday, July 17, 2012

A Tale of Two Campaigns

Obama and Romney campaigns are symptomatic of the ideologies that they represent.  According to a New York Times article on Sunday, Obama campaign not heavily censores what gets printed by the media outlets following them, but also is downright vulgar.  Romney campaign, on the other hand, is far more accessible, polite, and highly intellectual.

As amazing as this admission is from a progressive lapdog like the NYT, it should come as no surprise to the readers.  Obama campaign represents the same collectivist ideology around the globe that is tyrannical (and downright violent as is the OWS movement), propagandizes constantly using lies, and strictly controls the message that gets out.  Romney campaign, on the other hand, represents an ideology centered around individual freedoms and, thus, is philosophical and honest in its very nature (based on Western classicism).

Just as the Clintonistas trashed the White House when they found out that G.W. Bush had won the 2000 election, Obama campaign has degenerated in to new lows that are anything but befitting of the highest office in the land.  Apparently the decency of the Romney campaign, on the other hand, is not earning them any brownie points with the shamelessly biased media.  Afterall, there aren't too many forces in nature that are stronger than ideology!

This clear distinction should be - but sadly won't be - noted by all Americans.  It is yet another occasion when the collectivists among us are telegraphing their true colors to the rest of us.

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