Mehlman’s gay revelation outs GOP elite’s charade – ALAN KEYES
As a matter of public policy, the issues on which Ken Mehlman exerted his retrograde influence within the GOP are not about his personal behavior. They are about the truth or falsity of the great principles, the self-evident truths, from which the liberty of the American people derives. If there is no natural right, no natural family, no ways of God reflected in the nature of mankind, then there are no unalienable rights; no principle of justice that requires their security; no authoritative basis for the rightness of government based on consent; no claim to self-government, of, by and for the people.
By treating these gravely serious issues as purely personal, leaders like Steele prove that they are blind to the crisis such issues portend for the nation’s conscience, heart and life.Or are they? By purposely corrupting, confusing or discrediting the moral ideas on which the people’s liberty is based, an ambitious elite can prepare for the day when, of its own accord, democratic liberty succumbs to dissolution. That is the day on which untrammeled elitist power will replace the constitutional sovereignty of the people.Months ago I wrote about the fruitless ‘running-in-place’ that characterized even the best of the locust eaten years of the Bush dynasty’s predominance over the GOP. The Party’s well intentioned but mercilessly deceived voter base must awaken to the real source of the GOP’s treacherous ineffectiveness.
It is not Ken Mehlman’s sexual proclivities but the Party elite’s complete abandonment of the moral basis of the constitutional republic. If the people they continually betray do not wake up, a Republican Party victory in November will do little to help America avoid the fate spelled out as I have said before by the Party’s purposeful charade of insincere and ineffective action- R.I.P.Excerpt Read more at loyaltoliberty.com …