The Spearhead Goes Beta

Marc A. Thiessen, and the Republican Party of Beta Males

As vulgarity is revolting, I rarely read conservative publications. Thankfully someone reputable reads the mouth breathers at the National Review, or I'd never realize the extent of conservative pussydom. The conservative standard bearer, the National Review, presents this timid article

In the coming days, millions of Americans will travel to celebrate the Thanksgiving holiday with family and friends. May I pose a novel idea? As we go through the airport screening line, let’s stop and say “thanks” to the men and women of the TSA who give up time with their families during the holidays to keep us safe from terror.

Who is this coward, and why is he writing at the National Review? Can't the magazine of pseduo-masculinity find someone who doesn't lose sleep over ghost stories?

How defective must one's brain be in order to even fear terrorism? It is a low-probability event. Unless you fear driving your "manly" SUV to the grocery store for "Paleo diet" food, fearing a terrorist attack is retarded.

Even if terrorism is a threat, what is it like to live in fear of cave-dwelling, 150-pound savages? Have you seen the average Muslim terrorist? Terrorists are laughable, and any male who couldn't single-handedly kill three with his bare hands...should be writing at the National Review.

Conservatives are a joke. They live in fear of terrorism, and demand that Big Government protect them from the scary terrorists. The Republican Party is the Party of Beta Males.

Indeed, the GOP is beta by definition, as the sine qua non of betaness is abdication. A beta male does not take responsibility for his life, but instead seeks the protection of some Other. Just look at Thiessen's concluding words:

They may very well be planning something equally spectacular for the tenth anniversary. So when we stop to give thanks for all our blessings this weekend, let’s give thanks for the people who spend their days and nights working to stop the terrorists from succeeding — including the men and women of the TSA. 

Wrong, motherfucker. The last terrorist attacks have been prevented by passengers - passengers who, unlike Thiessen, were willing to stand up against evil. Those who would say, "Enough!"

No self-respecting man can associate with the GOP. Nor can any self-respecting male can have any respect for the National Review. Until that piece of shit rag hires someone who doesn't piss his pants at the sight of undersized cave dwellers, NR is unworthy of anyone who walks with dignity and pride.

If you think I'm being unfair, ask yourself this question: If shit were about to go down on an airplane, would you want Marc A. Thiessen sitting next to you?