Many people don't notice this, but liberals always speak of people by the group they belong to - African Americans, gays, whites, Hispanics, women, poor people, etc. They talk about the rights of people as a function of belonging to a group - gay rights, women's rights, etc. They don't speak of people as just people in general. The liberals are not color blind. Far from it. They are keenly aware of race and gender and other group statuses because they are the ones promoting separate factions and pitting groups against each other for their own ends. If you don't believe me, just listen to them sometime. They can hardly talk about anything without making it all about special groups. And in the irony of ironies, they have somehow managed to convince a lot of people that it's the conservatives who are racist and sexist.
Liberals don't really care about gays or women or
children or poor people. They just want votes and to be thought inclusive and
tolerant. It's all part of their image. But they don't actually want to help
anyone or stop hatred. In fact, they're very good at promoting hatred
(especially against Christianity and conservatism) and drumming it up where it
doesn't exist. They survive on the hatred and misunderstanding between groups.
They want the country splintered into different groups that all have grudges
against each other. That way, they can pretend to commiserate with all the
separate groups and promise them help in exchange for votes and money. They
need people to be riled up and upset so that they can swoop down with their
promises of change and trade people a "government solution" in
exchange for their freedom.
How do we know liberals don’t really want to help? Because they don’t actually
help. Liberal policies don’t produce good results. They don’t cure poverty or
stop racism or protect rights. Their policies are carefully crafted to look
good on the surface, but not stop the evils of society, because it is the
existence of those evils that keeps everyone coming back to liberals for “solutions.”
To cover this failure of their policies, liberals are very good at turning the conversation away from the actual results
of their policies and talking instead about all their good motives.
On the other hand, the conservative emphasis on freedom and personal
responsibility and equal rights for all does help reduce poverty and racism and
treats people as equals, but without taking freedom or money away from one
group to give it to another. Conservatives don’t have to whine and pander to
special interest groups and tell them all how terrible they have it to get
votes. So we have no interest in keeping people down or making them hate one
another. We want people prosperous and free, not dependent on us. A healthy,
free, and productive society is better for everyone. A society of separate
factions that hate each other is bad for everyone – except liberal politicians.
Conservatives, unlike liberals, see people as just people. We realize
they belong to different groups, but conservatives see the humanity of other
people first. We recognize our similarities as being more important than our
differences. And so the idea of special gay rights or women's rights or
minority rights are a foreign concept to us. All human beings have the same
rights by virtue of being human. Rights don't come from group membership. There
are no special rights that some groups have and others don't. We conservatives
aren't for gay rights or women's rights or any other special rights based on
group status, but not because we're against gays or women or blacks or any
group (as liberals like to claim). We're against these special rights precisely because we see all people as
being inherently equal. There are only human rights, and all humans have them.