Collaboration In Wartime: The GOP As Modern Quislings
More proof, if any was needed, that the GOP are like the Quisling [puppet] Government of Norway in World War II…
From Breitbart, Jonathan Strong reporting, we learn [tip of the fedora to Mark Levin][emphasis mine]:
House Republicans responding to President Obama’s State of the Union vow to move forward on a “year of action” with or without Congress say they agree and want to partner with him.
“We heard the president say this should be a year of action and that is our goal. We join the president in this effort to make this a year of action,” GOP Conference Chair Cathy McMorris Rodgers [Bob: You remember Lady Haw-Haw] told reporters here.
The top four House Republicans also sent Obama a letter this morning outlining areas of agreement where the two can collaborate.
The letter notes, “Of course, under our Constitution, most action requires the Congress and the President to work together.”
The letter does not include any language on immigration….
The Left In America is the enemy [the Nazis, in this comparison] because they desire to crush and destroy everything we stand for [for the Nazis it was The West]. They have declared war on The American Republic and are now moving swiftly in a terrible Blitzkrieg designed to bring us all under the heels of their jackboots.
These modern Fascists have even made a pact with a Totalitarian entity, the Mohammedins, like the Nazis did with the Soviets.
We, those who are fighting to restore our freedoms and liberties, are like the British before 07 December 1941 — alone, confronting a formidable and relentless foe determined to enslave us.
One of the ways to bring this war to a speedy end is to convince the enemy, not by words, but by deeds, that we have both the will and the means, not only to go on indefinitely but to strike heavy and unexpected blows. The road to victory may not be so long as we expect. But we have no right to count upon this. Be it long or short, rough or smooth, we mean to reach our journey’s end.
…We are still toiling up the hill; we have not yet reached the crest-line of it; we cannot survey the landscape or even imagine what its condition will be when that longed-for morning comes. The task which lies before us immediately is at once more practical, more simple and more stern. I hope – indeed I pray – that we shall not be found unworthy of our victory if after toil and tribulation it is granted to us. For the rest, we have to gain the victory. That is our task.
—Winston Churchill, 20 August 1940