Well, as you may have surmised, the Republidrone is a worker-bee for the Republican Neocon Establishment. It’s the person who does whatever it takes to get others to vote for the Neocon, even when it’s absolutely not in the best interest of the drone, to do same. It’s a person who will fight, tooth and nail, even engage in hand-to-hand combat, lock reasonable and well-reasoned individuals out of “his” party, in order to keep in the “ONE GUY” the RNC says is what the country or party, state or county, want them to support. It’s a person who does not listen to the person he’s voting for, because he doesn’t need to. The RNC, of course, has “his best interest in mind”, when it tells said drone to fight to WIN.
I came across such a Republidrone, yesterday. He seemed like a nice enough guy, but Republidrones know how to get what they want. They are well-mannered and well-indoctrinated to vote for and get others to vote for the Neocons when doing so is against their own best interests.
Republidrones are the worker-bees in the Republican party who do what they are told to do and only what they are told to do. They get their news from the television newzz. They are lulled to sleep by the MSM. When they do go online to gather other information, their searches start and end with the emails sent to them via their local, city, and state Republican Party. The Republidrone is not a thinker. He’s a do-er. And this is what makes this worker-bee the most dangerous. Just as in real bees, the worker-bees are large in number, and they all do the same thing. And, as you would find it difficult to engage a worker-bee guarding his own nest lest you be stung (repeatedly) by the many Republidrones, inside, you will find it next to impossible to engage one of these Neocons. In general, we cannot make them think, as they now fight by instinct. The bigwigs, as would the queen-bee, do their thinking for them
Yes, there are Demodrones, too (just as there are plenty of Democratic Neocons), but that would be another post. Let’s just stick to the Republidrones, who have been following the RNC, especially this year.
Funny, and I mean by this, ironic; I received a call from a Republidrone yesterday, as it turned out, this was more evident the further along we got into the conversation. This drone was in my area (my precinct, even) and wanted me, as a true conservative Republican precinct chair, to help him win his race for Texas State Legislature. *yes; he called me a true-conservative, and it’s funny, since no true conservative can vote for a Republican of this ilk.
So my initial thought was, let’s see if this guy will answer a few questions, and I asked whom he voted for in the recent primary race for president (I thought I asked which candidate he supported, but he argued I had said, “voted for”; Republidrones love to argue, but they don’t like explaining their own actions.) His response was, “of course, I voted for Romney”. I buzzed him. (You know, “Ahhhhk- wrong answer!”)
That was not the end of the conversation. As he’s only about five years younger than me, I asked him why the GOP/RNC/TRP/TCRP was so willing to vote for or install (by going so far as to commit fraud and assault others) yet another Neo-con (emphasis on con) as our president. We also had discussed how bad all Neocons are for the party. I asked if he would not want the party back to what it was when he and I were children. He used the “Reagan” buzzword.., with that tired line, “I most closely align myself with Reagan”, so I had to ask; “Reagan in 1980 or Reagan in 1984?” (He thought it was a trick-question.) If you’re not aware of the difference, ask Dr. Ron Paul. Reagan, in 1980, appeared to be a real libertarian conservative. Fast-foward to 1984 (or, more likely, 1982), Reagan was a complete and utter Neocon. I’d almost argue it was him who was the father of the Neocon movement in the USA. Reagan, following his election, was the reason for Dr Paul leaving the Republican party. And, I soon followed suit.
The whole conversation left me thinking, once again; as I cannot go with the long-time, too-many-termed-legislator who’s currently/still installed, and this guy didn’t really get it, that the Republican party used to BE the liberty party (or, the party of true libertarians) which means I cannot vote for or support him, I will most-likely abstain from that portion of the ballot, OR, I will go with whomever the Indy is, in that race. My vote will be one against the Neocons, either way.
WHY do these people, who actually believe they are running because they, “want to do some GOOD, for a change”, so quickly and completely align themselves with the Neocon-garbage?
WHY did this man, who really wants my help, vote for Romney?
Guess what? He never did answer this question.
And this is all I wanted from him; the WHY.
How can I spend my hours and my time or tell the people who count on my opinions when making their own decisions (as did I count on Ron Paul when it came to Ron Paul’s support of Reagan in 1980), give my support to someone who will not answer the only question I want answered?
Simply put; I cannot. And, I will not.
I cannot abide the Republidrone. I cannot abide their master, the RNC, either. Perhaps I should do, as I was advised by my County Chairwoman, Rosemary Edwards, and remove myself from the party. Yes, I sent Rosemary an email, to explain why I cannot just jump in head-first to support Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan, for POTUS and VP, as I cannot support what they both are; Neocons and higher-level Republidrones. Her response was, essentially, if I don’t like it I should leave.
How that’s for, “Unity”? What kind of party is this? (more…)