What should be the proper conservative response to Dylan Mulvaney, the trans activist?
I ask this because many stars who cater to conservatives have criticized companies, such as Anheuser-Busch, who support Dylan Mulvaney.
Kid Rock recently shot up a six-pack of Bud Light.
That will get people’s attention, but will it answer the question?
What should be the proper conservative response?
Well, to begin with – and it’s always best to begin in the beginning – we should ask questions, not take action. Measure twice, cut once.
What do we mean by conservative?
A conservative generally is defined as an individual who wishes to preserve an existing order or set of principles.
In contrast, a liberal is generally defined as an individual who wishes to be open to new ideas.
But which principles and which ideas are we talking about?
Are we talking about religious principles and ideas, or are we talking about constitutional principles and ideas.
If we’re talking about constitutional principles and ideas, then conservatives should embrace the idea that Dylan Mulvaney has every right to voice her opinion. As an individual Dylan Mulvaney enjoys all the rights to the Constitution that you do, as do the advertisers at Anheuser-Busch.
If we are talking about religious principles, then again conservatives should embrace the idea that Dylan Mulaney has every right to voice her opinion, as do the advertisers at Anheuser-Busch. Tolerance is the first rule of Christianity.
Other words for tolerance are charity and love.
This does not mean that conservatives must embrace trans behavior, or trans activism.
What it does mean though is that conservatives should quietly tolerate Dylan Mulvaney’s right to be trans and a trans activist.
And her right – and Anheuser-Busch’s right – to promote beer.
Consequently, conservatives should remain quiet and not engage in a fight.
This is particularly so because it is these side issues which are preventing conservatives (and liberals) from making a real change in the United States of America.
These side issues are a distraction.
Moreover the fight gives these issues life they would not otherwise enjoy.
This is what the elites want.
Elise wants conservatives and liberals to be fighting over these minor issues.
Divide and conquer is the credo of Caesar.
When people are fighting over minor issues, they fail to agree to attack the real issues. What are the real issues?
The real issues are the constant wars that our elites fight. These wars rob wealth from the middle class.
The real issues are the healthcare system that fails to provide adequate and affordable healthcare insurance for average middle-class people.
The real issues are the run-away inflation in the United States fueled by a lackey Fed, college chums of the immoral ruling elite.
The real issues are the massive immigration on our southern border caused by our elites’ corporate raping of the people of Central America.
The real issues are the massive polarization of wealth in society caused by outsourcing of jobs and corporate greed.
The real issues are the skyrocketing homelessness in our major cities.
As long as Americans are fighting over Dylan Mulvaney, they will never be able to solve real problems.
Consequently, conservatives should quietly tolerate Dylan Mulvaney while not engaging in a fight.
It is a loser’s game to do so.
Shooting a six pack of Bud Light is theater designed to amuse – not solve problems.
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