Here are two columns in the same vein, discussing how our culture has turned upside-down. See David Limbaugh's Don't Give Up on America, and Ken Blackwell's War on The Truth: It's a Progressive Disease.
Here's an excerpt from David Limbaugh: "But what troubles me more than the court's betrayal of its duty to
safeguard the Constitution and the rule of law is the apparent
complacency among the public about these decisions and the radical
shifts we are witnessing in our culture. Why do some seem resigned
to the transformation of our society? Why have they surrendered? Do
they strongly believe in anything anymore? Do they not understand the
implications for the future of this nation -- if not for themselves, for
Is our side asleep? Have they given up? Are they numb? Do they care?
Are they cowards? Would they rather be thought of as wonderful and
tolerant by these intolerant people than stand up for what they believe
in? Or do they believe in much of anything anymore?
I find it
inconceivable that in the past five years Americans' opinions concerning
same-sex marriage have changed as drastically as certain polls and
commentators suggest. It's as if because President Obama came out and
admitted he favors same-sex marriage, everyone else is compelled to
agree. Even if the polls show this, I don't believe a majority yet
accepts, in its heart of hearts, that same-sex marriage is the way to
go. My suspicion is that it's more a reflection of the bullying and
propaganda than a societal change of heart.
Could I be wrong on
this? Could society be that fickle -- so apathetic about serious issues
that they can turn on a dime? I'm not buying it. But I do believe people
increasingly lack the courage to voice dissenting opinions against the
politically correct position.
But I haven't given up hope. We
can't give up on America. I don't believe American conservatism and
traditional values are dead, but they are very, very sick. They need a
doctor -- in the form of a fearless proponent of our ideas, which
spawned the greatest nation in history and can help to bring it back.
During this chaotic GOP primary process, hopefully a leader will emerge
who believes in America and can inspire like-minded people toward a
political revival. In the meantime, a spiritual revival in our culture
is long overdue."
Well, that sounds wonderful, but with the media on the side of Democrats and liberals, will any GOP candidate get a fair shake, especially if he's not promising freebies? I doubt it. But this country can't endure 4 more years of Democratic destruction, either.