So-called Democrats are actually Democratists, adherents to the religion of Democratism. The doctrines of Democratism are anti-industrialism (Marxism), anti-exceptionalism (Socialism), and government imperialism (Fascism). In the Democratists' fervor to impose their Marxist-Socialist-Fascist utopia on the American Republic, they employ numerous and nefarious subterfuges. One of the most insidious of these is aggressive hypocrisy.
Democratists are intolerant of people who make money. They think that if you make too much, the government has the right to take it away form you. They are intolerant of my children not being queer, and they try to teach them in grade school that homosexuality is preferable to normal sex. They are intolerant of my children being Christian, and they try to indoctrinate them with the religions of Islam and Atheism. They are intolerant of patriotism and Americanism, and they ridicule anyone who stands for the Constitution or stands when the flag passes by. They are intolerant of my views on abortion, miscegenation, and the value of marriage in the raising of children, and they harass me, call me names, and sic the IRS on me if I don't believe as they do. And how do they defend their vicious attacks on Christianity, morality, and ambition? They assert that they are protecting us from the "intolerance" of these institutions.
Democratists spend millions of our own dollars on advertising campaigns and propaganda and perception control initiatives to convince us of everything from the advisability of killing our unborn children to the necessity of replacing our doctors with clueless government goons. Yet when we remind them that the Constitution is the law of the land, they accuse us of "having an agenda."
Precincts in Ohio, Florida, and Pennsylvania recorded up to 20% more people voting for Obama in the 2012 elections than there were registered voters in the precinct, even as Democratists were railing against States for trying to "rig the election" with common sense voter identification requirements.
These are all examples the psychological ploy of hiding nefarious activities behind a smokescreen of aggressive hypocrisy. The technique has its roots in Saul Alinsky's 4th rule for radicals, "Make the enemy live up to its own book of rules," and it consists of loudly accusing your opponent of doing something that violates his principles in order to distract attention from the fact that you are doing precisely the same thing yourself.
The tactic has the effect of insulating yourself against attacks for your misconduct and at the same time putting your opponent on the defensive – while depriving him of his most effective means of defense. If your opponent points out the obvious, it sounds like a "you too" defense, which not only blunts his attack on you but is seen as an admission of his own guilt. Thus your opponent has been weakened by your attack while being prevented from effectively attacking you for either your duplicity or your culpability.
How do you defend yourself against such an attack? First, never apologize. Apology is an admission of guilt, and admitting guilt is precisely what your attacker wants you to do.. Paula Deen apologized for something she didn't do and she was ostracized. Phil Robertson stood tall and said, "What are you talking about? I didn't do anything," and Jesse Jackson and the sodomy lobby backed off.
Second, borrow a page from the Democratist playbook, Rules For Radicals. Saul Alinsky's fifth rule for radicals is, "Ridicule is man's most potent weapon." When Paul Ryan was recently accused by Democratists of being "racist," instead of mumbling something about being more specific, he should have relegated the attack to absurdity by loudly and proudly pointing out that as Vice Presidential candidate in 2012, he coerced Mitt Romney into holding more campaign events in minority neighborhoods. He should have lauded his annual pilgrimages to Edmund Petus Bridge, the 1965 site of "bloody Sunday," in Selma Alabama. Nothing defuses foolishness more than pointing out its foolishness.