The Great Chinese War Philosopher Sun Tzu taught, “In peace prepare for war, in war prepare for peace.” The Republican Party ignored this Sun Tzu tenet of war. They declared a new political war against President Barack Obama following his win in the 2008 General Election.
The rise of the Tea Party movement gave the Ku Klux Klan the opportunity to overrun the Republican Party shifting its direction towards an ultra-right-wing lily white agenda. The Tea Party’s ability to take the Republican Party hostage was tantamount to taking America’s middle class economic hostage through encumbering any legislative ideas brought forth by President Obama. It was as though the Tea Party Movement (KKK) threw even the proverbial kitchen sink at the president.
I must give the Tea Party movement (KKK) credit for keeping unemployment high hoping to precipitate recent college graduates defections from President Obama and forcing the middle class to ignore social issues in the 2012 General Election. Furthermore, the atmosphere will be charged where it made business sense for the oil speculators to gouge the American people at the pump.
However, the right-wing Republicans ignored the remainder of Sun Tzu’s teaching, “The art of war is of vital importance to the state. It is matter of life and death, a road either to safety or to ruin. Hence under no circumstances can it be neglected.” Therefore, it is disingenuous for the Tea Party (KKK) Republicans to aid in pushing the United States of America onto an economic precipice where Great Depression 2 would cripple the global strength of the nation from a political implosion kindled by white racists.
A President Barack Obama second term win must be accompanied by the Republican Party finding backbone to learn that compromise is no longer a charged word that the Tea Party Movement (KKK) may want to vilify. Republicans must approve other words like moderate, liberal, African-American, Hispanic, gay, and Muslim. They must also stop attempting to strip US Citizenship from nonwhite children born in the United States.
Do the Republicans have a plan to operate in peace or can we expect a second round of racist tomfoolery when President Barack Obama wins a second term?