John Daniel Davidson #wingnut #transphobia #homophobia #sexist

[From "We Need To Stop Calling Ourselves Conservatives"]

Conservative project has largely failed, and it is time for a new approach. Conservatives have long defined their politics in terms of what they wish to conserve[…]In America, conservatives and classical liberals alike rightly believe an ascendent left wants to dismantle our constitutional system and transform America into a woke dystopia[…]
They have lost much: marriage as it has been understood for thousands of years, the First Amendment, any semblance of control over our borders, a fundamental distinction between men and women[…]
Western civilization is dying. The traditions and practices that conservatives champion are, at best, being preserved only in an ever-shrinking private sphere[…]
What kind of politics should conservatives today[…]adopt?[…]They should stop thinking of themselves as conservatives[…]start thinking of themselves as radicals, restorationists, and counterrevolutionaries[…]
Willingness to embrace government power has been a topic of fruitful debate on the “New Right”[…]
If conservatives want to save the country they are going to have to rebuild and in a sense re-found it, and that means getting used to the idea of wielding power[…]Accommodation or compromise with the left is impossible[…]
To stop universities from spreading poisonous ideologies will require state legislatures to starve them of public funds. To stop the disintegration of the family might require reversing the travesty of no-fault divorce[…]
Wielding government power will mean a dramatic expansion of the criminal code. It will not be enough[…]to reach an accommodation with the abortion regime[…]
Conservatives need to get comfortable saying in reply to people like French that Drag Queen Story Hour should be outlawed; that parents who take their kids to drag shows should be arrested and charged with child abuse



So were we! You can find all of this, and more, on Fundies Say the Darndest Things!

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