The erosion of Republican values
Max Horkheimer, a German philosopher prominent during the early 20th century, wrote:
The Revolution won't happen with guns, rather it will happen incrementally, year by year, generation by generation. We will gradually infiltrate their educational institutions and their political offices, transforming them slowly into Marxist entities as we move towards universal egalitarianism.
Horkheimer's chilling statement laid bare Marxian intentions to infiltrate the political sphere, incrementally working toward an end goal of radical transformation. It goes without saying that the conversion is fully realized in the Democrat party, but some are slow to acknowledge that the same forces are at work in the Republican Party as well. However, the treachery is overt in Arizona, and Pima County in particular.
Sherrylyn Young, an official candidate in a legislative race as a Republican, was, until very recently, a lifelong Democrat. During the Reagan years, she entered a political race to oust a Republican from a county government board. Most horrifically, she spent a lifetime committing abortions: sacrificing children at the altar of wealth and militant feminist ideology, remaining unrepentant for her actions. She clearly does not believe in the Arizona party platform tenet of "Life at Conception."
Her presence as a representative of Republican values proves that the strategy of Horkheimer and his ilk is at work in two ways. First, Young's vocal opposition to the ideals of the Republican Party brands her as an infiltrator. But the second fact to consider is that she isn't an anomaly. Registered Republicans put her on that ballot.
Abortion is a hot-button issue, and rightfully so, because people should be enraged over the wholesale slaughter of those not yet born. The apathy toward, or worse, the approval of such a barbaric act by those who claim to support innocent life details a sad reality that Republican values are decaying.
During this legislative session, both Massachusetts and California introduced bills to legalize infanticide. The obvious fact to note is that these states are run by Democrats. But eventually, as the revolution of which Horkheimer speaks continues to occur, it won't just be Democrats pushing the envelope to legalize murder. It will be Republicans, too.