Chapter Thirty of An Ecstatic Loneliness: American Suicide
By Michael Moriarty
Both Ernest Hemingway and the Republican Party have always loved to bear arms, and define American manhood. Yet one blew more than a single hole in his head with a 12 gauge shotgun while the other, The Republican Party, appears to prefer exiting the stage with an increasingly shameless hypocrisy.
A Suicidal American Manhood
The legendary American author's life might read like a great tragedy; yet there's something so pathetic about Hemingway's end, particularly his last wife's claim that the weapon which killed him had gone off by accident. Such a deception may get him past the Vatican's cardinal rule against suicide; however, Hemingway ended his life with the same secret formula he applied to his writing: "I lie!"
The failures of the Republican Party, following Ronald Reagan's heyday, seems profoundly more embarrassing than even Hemingway's collapse into catatonic depression.
The Republicans lie to themselves!
The Hemingway-style self-delusion culminated in the Republican Party with Nixon and Kissinger. Their Real Politik sell-out to Mao Zedong, Red China and that Communist coalition's satellites in both North Vietnam and North Korea may well have begun when Richard Nixon looked at China's Great Wall and called it "a great wall". The lame witticism foretold the fateful "Peace Agreement" that Kissinger had finally agreed to in Paris on January 27, 1973.
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When the opening narrator, Herbert J. Suerth Jr., narrates his near death experience in World War II. He mentions saying The Act of Contrition.
Herbert Suerth was a member of Easy Company, 506th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division.
There are no longer any acts of contrition within the Republican Party's mainstream leadership.
Now what do we have?
Harry Belafonte, while praising Marxist puppet, Hugo Chavez, advises President Obama to imprison all political opposition.
With the American Far Left… going that Far Left… what and where are the Republicans?
A little over four years ago, the Republicans tried to follow John McCain into the White House and are now following him into hell.
Here is the John McCain/Lindsay Graham contribution to Conservative Unity. A smarmily elitist's attitude, worthy of the French Revolution's "enlightened despots", toward the entirely justifiable concerns of Rand Paul.
When should we have seen this coming?
When John McCain put Roe v Wade last on his list of obstacles to a renewed America?
I finally understood how unrepentantly "Progressive" the Republican Party had become.
Here is McCain's real position on abortion.
Here is the essence of that report:
This was Vision Ministries' conclusion in 2008, just before that year's election!
Who or what nominated John McCain?!
The pro-choice, pro-abortion lobby within the Republican Party that thought Sarah Palin as VP candidate might throw the Conservative Fundamentalists "off the scent" of where the Bush Family had always been heading: A Progressive New World Order.
The Bush/McCain Coalition misled us by using Sarah Palin as their "running backs'" feint to Pro-life.
Obviously the McCain ruse did not work. This may have proved to be a blessing in disguise!
The radically Left Democrat Party is now allowed a two-term rampage to reveal its true intentions.
What must American Conservatives realize to regain their Republican Party?
The Bush/McCain Progressives are worse than the Neville Chamberlain Appeasement Policies with Hitler.
The Progressive Republicans' approval of Roe v Wade is a virtual legalization of murder and therefore the equivalent of surrender to the Third Reich's Final Solution.
Chamberlain never did that!
Caught in the "Bush Crush", both McCain and Conservative America still cannot extricate themselves.
As for Henry Kissinger?
Despite the Bush family's 12 year regime in the White House, an ex-officio President of the United States, Henry Kissinger still rules the so-called Republican side of the aisle. The "Grand Old Party" has been an obedient little classroom before the imposing intellect and European savoir-faire of Harvard's Professor Henry Kissinger.
With each new revelation about McCain, the former hero of the Vietnam War has become the essence of cookie-cutter, Bush Progressivism's surrender to the suicidal course for America first charted by the Nixon/Kissinger Regime.
On top of defeat in Vietnam, Nixon/Kissinger helped bring us the legalized murder of the Supreme Court's 1973 Roe v Wade Decision.'
No Republican President, including Ronald Reagan, has seriously challenged the Supreme Court's legalized murder.
Which is worse? The shameless, Progressive Evil of the Democrat Party or the bottomless hypocrisy of Republicans?
There is something so ultimately pathetic about the histories of both Ernest Hemingway and the post-Eisenhower Republican Party.
As I review not only the life and death of Ernest Hemingway but the history of the Republican Party in post-Dwight D. Eisenhower America, I expect there will be an astounding relationship between the male self-image of most Republicans and that of Ernest Hemingway.
Why would I come to such a conclusion?
Our Sixteenth President of the United States said:
"As a nation of freemen,
Nothing has brought America closer to suicide than the Supreme Court's forty-year-old Roe v Wade decision, institutionalizing infanticide.
The implacably inevitable
and suicidal self-loathing
The Republican Party's only hope?
The black Dwight D. Eisenhower: Allen West
No other contender for the Presidency of the United States except Allen West is up to the job that faces the next President of the United States.
He's the American David facing a New World Order Goliath.
Michael Moriarty is a Golden Globe and Emmy Award-winning actor who starred in the landmark television series Law and Order from 1990 to 1994. His recent film and TV credits include The Yellow Wallpaper, 12 Hours to Live, Santa Baby and Deadly Skies. Contact Michael at firstname.lastname@example.org. He can be found on Twitter at https://twitter.com/@MGMoriarty.