John Corson's Blog

for April 22, 2021


I haven't truly ranted in a couple of days, so I guess I will blow up with contempt and spew it out. Hold on to your hats folks!

I just read that a civil engineering student from the University of California, Los Angeles, had penned an op-ed in the school newspaper The College Fix, that several WOKE students there are complaining that automatic soap dispensers are racists! I swear for all good ness sake!

So this Sullivan Israel shares that he recently took part in an online debate about "systemic racism" sponsored by the Bruin Republicans — and that some UCLA students complained during the debate that automatic soap dispensers are racist.

Yup. You know, the contraptions in public restrooms all across the fruited plain that magically emit gobs of liquid soap soon after you place your hands underneath them?

Anyway, Israel said one student said the dispensers "don't see her hands" because of her skin's dark pigment.

Umm, okay.

Oh, but it gets better. He added that another student said the dispensers force "black and brown bodies" to show their palms — which are "the only light areas of the skin" — before the soap will come out.

This world is sick beyond healing.

What get's me is that the Democrats fall in lock step with this kind of thinking. They kowtow to these people. Silly emoting nonsense like this is what the Democrats savor, for non-thinking folks are those they seek as voters.

And speaking of Democrats, about whom I can go on forever in contempt, the Republicans are certainly no better. The only thing they do, however, is sit back and shut-up. They are cowards, and won't stand up to their opposition for the evil bastards that they are.

As expected, the Democrats are moving to radically alter the United States Supreme Court. This move would give Joe Biden four justice positions to fill, in addition to whatever vacancies occur during his term.

Democrats are also moving toward abolishing the filibuster in the U.S. Senate and adding Washington, D.C., (and possibly Puerto Rico) as states for the purpose of increasing their representation in the House and cementing a permanent majority in the Senate. The House Dems voted to make D.C. into a state just today without one single Republican vote, but Republicans, by and large, won't speak out against it beyond a little squeak. At least they quietly vote against Democrat proposals.

None of these foundational changes in our government are unexpected. Democrats have promised these changes over the past few years as goals for when they resumed political control over the federal government.

Ultimately, these are examples of GOP weakness over the past several decades. Democrats are fully willing to destroy any institution, demolish any tradition and tear down any obstacle to achieve and hold political power. They have transformed universities into leftist training centers, mass media, Hollywood and social media into Democratic propaganda tools and corporate America into the thought-enforcers of liberal dogma.

On the other side of the aisle, Republican leaders spent their time in the majority by handwringing over how to get major media to stop talking bad about them, or how to show everyone they are gracious winners by sharing power with Democrats. They did this by honoring the traditions and checks and balances that ensure minority party representation. It never worked. No matter how much Republican leaders, including President Trump, sought common ground with Democrats, they were portrayed as villainous totalitarians.

Democrats play to win, and take every advantage to lock in their power. We saw this in 2013 when then Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid ended the Senate tradition of a 60-vote requirement for presidential nominees. A move they came to regret – as promised by then Minority Leader Mitch McConnell – and portrayed themselves as victims when Republicans held the Senate majority and President Trump's three Supreme Court nominees were confirmed.

If Republicans were serious about using and preserving their power, they would have taken these threats by the left for massive changes, and countered those changes before the 2020 elections – when they could have been implemented on their own terms.

When Democrats began talk of packing the court when they came back into power, Republicans should have immediately taken them up on their offer to expand the Supreme Court and given President Trump several new SCOTUS seats to fill. When Democrats promised to end the filibuster when they regained power, Republicans should have taken the opportunity to end it themselves and push through every agenda item of the Trump administration. When Democrats and their media began calling for statehood for Washington, D.C., and Puerto Rico – and the additional presumptive Senate seats Democrats would reap – Republicans should have taken them at their word and immediately begun initiatives to divide California, Colorado and other states into several new states, increasing GOP Senate seats from those large conservative areas in otherwise Democrat-controlled states. Anything Democrats loudly demanded should have been taken seriously and acted on accordingly.

The Republican establishment, though, is not serious. They do not play to win. They squandered their majorities, joining Democrats in attacking President Trump, believing the Russian collusion hoax, the Ukrainian phone call hoax, the Russian-bounty-on-U.S.-troops hoax and every other "outrage du jour," anonymously sourced conspiracy theory Democrats and major media could manufacture.

Until the GOP establishment is purged or sufficiently marginalized, and replaced with candidates and officeholders committed to fighting to win with the same ferocity as Democrats, there will be no point in winning elections – which is another task that will become increasingly impossible if Democrats are successful in ramming through legislation taking elections away from the states and giving that control to the federal government.

I guess I am in a cranky mood today. I can't help it at times. Someone throws dog manure in my direction I tend to throw it back. That always happens when I hear the word "Democrat." Not only are they manure, they stink like it too.

Blog for April 21 Blog for April 23


Blogs are about the blogger. It's as if he or she merely toots their own horns about the things they do, say and love.

My life is boring. I read, I watch Glenn Beck and Mark Levin. I listen to Andrew Wilkow. I engage in some conversation with those who are willing to listen (they being masochistic and enjoy killing themselves with my banter).

I plan on just laying out the things that bother me and the things I love. Nothing in-between. I hope you find whatever I put here amusing.