[N]eocons or mainstream Republicans are the most politically correct of all those on the ‘right’, and the most prone to condemn and name-call those to their right. They often have a classroom snitch attitude, and love to catch people out in some transgression of political correctness, the better to position themselves as enlightened and non-bigoted.
This has got to stop if we are ever to make any headway against our common enemies. The fact that America and the West in general are so divided is a factor in the seeming success of the assault of the West. If we had any degree of unity, kinship loyalty and integrity, we would not be such easy prey for would-be conquerors. […]
Let’s be honest: the words ‘fascist’ ‘nazi’ ‘bigot’ are just like the overused and devalued word ‘racist.’ They have been used to describe anybody right of center, anybody who bucks the politically correct system. The people who use these words have cried wolf one time too many. Do they listen to themselves? Do they realize how they are discrediting themselves with this hyperbole and name-calling?
I suppose there are real ‘fascists’ and Nazis out there somewhere, but their numbers are insignificant; they hold no power. So where do we get this idea that there are fascists under the bed waiting to get us, or conquer the world? I don't know of any, and I read many different media sources. So while we in the West are busily calling anybody to our right a ‘fascist’ and Nazi, there are real totalitarians, mostly on the Left, destroying our countries and cultures. […]
What it all boils down to, again, is that many of the blustering neocons, despite their hawkishness on the Middle East situation, are themselves ‘surrender monkeys’ at home, […] I don’t think the gap can easily be bridged, but can we not at least call a truce, if we really are all on the right, and if we understand that we have common interests and common enemies? It only helps our enemies, whoever they are understood to be, to have us calling each other names, attempting to strike a self-righteous PC pose at the expense of those to the right of us. […] This is no time to be playing the more-PC-than-thou game.