Star Parker would have us believe that Obamacare flowed from the fatal conceit of socialists. But Obamacare is not the kind of socialism she says it is, or the kind that Americans really need. And Barack Obama is hardly the only man embodying fatal conceit.
The Walton Family is worth $116 billion. The average Wal-Mart associate makes $8.81/hour. For corporate shill Star Parker, this inequality is a cause for celebration.
The Republican Party has degenerated into an American Taliban. It claims to value life, yet exhibits callous indifference to the victims of America’s imperial wars and the suffering of billions of animals in industrialized agriculture.
The conviction of Kermit Gosnell has been a god-send for the right-to-life movement, of which Star Parker considers herself a leading light. Sadly, her understanding of reality is warped beyond belief by her hypocritical misogyny and plutocratic pandering.
Defending Todd Akin, Star Parker posits an economic argument for banning abortion. As usual, her case advances the self-interest of the plutocracy at the expense of everyone else.
On Martin Luther King Day, the Leesburg Daily Commercial chose to insult Dr. King’s legacy by printing the ridiculous capitalist propaganda of Star Parker. We must reject their arrogant attempt to gloss over the teachings of one of the greatest Americans who ever lived.
Star Parker continues to insult African-Americans by attempting to sell them an ideology that is hostile to their best interests. If she actually understands what the Republican Party really stands for today, then she is a traitor to her race.
Star Parker sells the dangerous myth of American Exceptionalism by misrepresenting America’s true ranking in the world. We’re not number one; we’re number ten – or worse.