“Since the Congress can now command citizens to do anything the Congress wants, since America as a republic under a government of limited powers is now officially dead, therefore conservatism, which if it means anything means support for that republic of limited powers, is now also dead. For conservatives to continue to support the constitution means supporting a leftist government with unlimited powers. Therefore the only meaningful form that conservatism can now take is counterrevolution, which means: opposition to the lawless regime that America now is, and the declared intent to overthrow it. Any “conservatism” short of counterrevolution is simply subscription to, loyalty to, patriotism to, obedience to, a leftist unlimited state.”
It has been officially dead since 1865. This is the same despotism in Washington that made “Georgia howl” and “broke South Carolina.”
We have just been reminded of it this week with Arizona and Obamacare. The Supreme Court voted to integrate public schools in Brown and uphold affirmative action in Grutter. It upheld the Civil Rights Act of 1964 in McClung and Heart of Atlanta Motel and struck down every anti-miscegenation law in Dixie in the Loving decision.
Conservatives deluded themselves into thinking that Washington was on their side. They have been living in a fantasy world where America is coextensive with their country. For a brief moment, a large number of them have been jolted back into reality.
This is another way of looking at Washington: