An awfully unpopular GOP blog has this subheader valiantly emplaced on it's website:
"Wanna Join the Brooklyn GOP Hate Blog?"
Here's a picture of it for posterity:
So what does this tell us about the Brooklyn GOP? It has evidently gone mad. A political party, an entity that is supposed to uphold principles and fix government, has successfully prostituted itself into... a "hate blog"?
Is this how they want to be remembered as Republicans? The colloquial "leaders" of the Brooklyn GOP are essentially self-professing hate and malice to the people of Brooklyn. I don't care if you're a political party or an individual, I think it's abhorrent to publicly profess "hatred" or any kind to anyone. "Hate" is such a strong word to use in a such a fragile society and again, these Brooklyn GOP "leaders" have prostituted politics into malice.
Republicanism and conservatism at heart are the epitome of individualism, civil liberty, and societal tolerance. Read William F. Buckley's Flying High: Remembering Barry Goldwater, and George H. Nash's The Conservative Intellectual Movement in America. You'll find that both books recognize libertarianism as being the root and cornerstone of modern conservatism. Both of these writers were also conservative 'godfathers'. In fact, Nash's book begins: "Chapter 1: The Revolt of the Libertarians".
The point I'm trying to make here is that conservatism goes beyond mainstream blogging by GOP, hate-induced racists. Conservatism and Republicanism are philosophies and principles of governance. And now that the Brooklyn GOP's mantra is officially, "Brooklyn GOP Hate", then we, as concerned citizens should want nothing to do with an ignorant platform of degenerates destroying American values.