Published: February 3, 2022 Noon EST
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During his gubernatorial campaign, Reagan popularized the phrase, “Thou shalt not speak ill of any fellow Republican;” also commonly known as “The Eleventh Commandment.” This attitude and sentiment has been adopted by the Republican Party, which led to its moral bankruptcy and inefficacy.
In an effort to adhere to the Christian ethics of Reagan in a world of politics, Republicans have become weak and disorganized. Their political naivete has been exploited, and is now the means to a Marxist end.
The truth is, the Democrat party is no longer the party of John F. Kennedy who was pro-life, or of Bill Clinton who was against open borders; it is a dumpster fire of Marxism and perversion.
Max Horkheimer, a German philosopher who drew on Karl Marx for his studies stated, “The Revolution won’t happen with guns, rather it will happen incrementally, year by year, generation by generation. We will gradually infiltrate their educational institutions and their political offices, transforming them slowly into Marxist entities as we move toward universal egalitarianism.”
That is exactly what has happened.
“Republicans” who obstruct protection of innocent life, or encourage sexual mutiliation of children aren’t Republicans, they’re Marxists; and gullible, unthinking conservatives still embracing the Eleventh Commandment are the problem. Holding to Reagan’s motto, they fail to hold their own accountable to a standard of morality.
Dr. Oz, a prominent supporter of the militant gay agenda, recently announced a run for a federal seat. He labels himself a “conservative Republican,” and found quick approval from several Republicans like Lindsey Graham and Kevin Cramer. Chief GOP strategists joined his campaign, and news sources allege President Trump is “a fan.”
The book of perfect Truth says, “Have no fellowship with the unfruitful works of darkness, but rather reprove them.” The mission must be accountability to a platform of objective, Christian morality.