When I first got on Twitter, I was a big fan of conservative Talk Radio. I knew several people who became huge advocates for conservatism only after listening to Rush Limbaugh.
I doubt there were many converts from Hannity or Levin (despite L & T being one of my favorite books), but I assumed it was always a good thing to have people with large audiences promoting conservatism.
However, over time, I started to notice a theme: These hosts were often more dedicated to promoting outrage than conservatism.
Sometimes the outrage was justified and helped bring about necessary action, but it was the other times that started to bother me. It seemed the more victories conservatives won, the more these hosts preached despair.
The Republican Party was adopting conservatism to a greater extent than ever before, but these hosts constantly tried to make it seem like things were worse than ever.
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The Code monkey as been busy and I have not been able to post here as often as I llke.
I will try and get back to posting more here again. Also I am going to try and get back into the political realm of posting. I know i it is absilutely insanity in almost everything political now, but I will try and advise you all what is all gong on.
Right now it is all insanity, and it will be all insanity.