"It is the common fate of the indolent to see their rights become a prey to the active. The condition upon which God hath given liberty to man is eternal vigilance; which condition if he break, servitude is at once the consequence of his crime and the punishment of his guilt." -- JP Curran, 1790

Wednesday, September 17, 2008

The Hollow Empty Shell of Liberalism

Why is it that every time the DOW has a down day, liberals are ready to paradigm shift us from a free market economy to communism?

Why are they so interested in disarming us?

Why is it that liberalism's "big tent" doesn't apply to traditional families? (try to fill out a marriage license in California and put husband and wife in the blocks, and see what happens)

Why are liberals adamantly opposed to a homeowner defending himself/herself with lethal force against an intruder, while staunchly advocating for killing babies who are "partially" born?

Why do they fail to realize that the police do an excellent job at investigating crimes, but not at any actual prevention, which is the responsibility of the citizen.

I had the 'pleasure' of listening to an Obama radio ad on the way home from work where young people were proclaiming that they were voting because they want to make sure they can retire, among other reasons. What exactly is Obama supposed to do about an 18 year old's retirement plan? Are we electing a national financial adviser?

Here's a little suggestion for the moron in the radio ad: get a job, live WITHIN your means, save money, and then retire. If you want more money, increase your skills by going to school, learning a trade, or through an apprenticeship. Consider a career in the Armed Forces. Get 2 jobs, invest in some smart stocks, and do not waste your time with credit cards. It's not that difficult, but don't sit there with your freakin' latte at Starbucks on your laptop (as if you are somehow more of a 'writer' if people can watch you write?) and try to vote yourself some extra tax revenues out of my pocket, lazy a-hole. Sphere: Related Content

1 comment:

  1. Amen Brother!!! There is not one point that is arguable there. Common sense, most definitely.


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