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It’s Never Enough: Why the American Left Won’t Stop Until It Has Ruined Everything

Posted by on Nov. 20, 2012 at 7:39 PM
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Such as it is that most leftists do not realize that the freedoms they have so vocally and stridently advocated for so long — the social freedom to say and do whatever you want, and the economic freedom to avoid meaningful employment — are about to be obliterated. The useful idiots will be astounded to find themselves in a full-fledged police state and bound in a state of serfdom to the demands of the central government.

“Comply or starve. Submit or face elimination,” will be the government’s refrain. The masochistic, subhuman degenerates will be all too glad to grovel to their Democrat Party masters.

When all is said and done, what will the leftists have rebelled against? A nation where forty hours (1/4 of the week) of the worst employment provides a standard of living higher than that of 95% of the world’s population? Where twenty minutes spent mindlessly slinging burgers and fries at McDonald’s can buy you enough calories to last the day? Where one of the ubiquitous public policy crises is not starvation, but obesity?

This is a country where we are being economically oppressed?

  • Where 80 percent of “poor” households have air conditioning?
  • Where 92 percent of “poor” households have a microwave?
  • Where nearly three-fourths of “poor” households have a car or truck?
  • Where 31 percent of the “poor” have two or more cars or trucks?
  • Where nearly two-thirds of the “poor” have cable or satellite TV?
  • Where near two-thirds of the “poor” have at least one DVD player, and 70 percent have a VCR?
  • Where half of the “poor” have a personal computer, and one in seven have two or more computers?
  • Where more than half of “poor” families with children have a video game system, such as an Xbox or PlayStation?
  • Where more than 43 percent of the “poor” have Internet access?
  • Where one-third of the “poor” have a wide-screen plasma or LCD TV?

This is an economic system that needs to be “fundamentally transformed”? This is a country we are supposed to be so damned mad about?

And why? Because there is inequality? Of course, there is inequality, you fools! If I sit here and blog instead of sacking coal in a mine, then do I deserve to be paid as much as a coal miner? No! If I lay on my couch eating bon-bons and watching Judge Judy should I make as much money as the grease monkey who just expertly fixed a broken-down Volvo? Again, no!

So why in tarnation is everyone up in arms about Mitt Romney’s “gifts” comment? Why do people lose their collectivist minds when Romney talks about the 47% of takers, whom he accurately predicted would never vote for him? His comments hit a little too close to home, that’s why, they touched a nerve of truth, and they outraged those who feel entitled to the fruits of other people’s labor. Good!

But Mitt Romney was wrong when he said that too many Americans were taking “gifts” from President Obama and that’s why he lost the election. When someone gives a gift, generally, he has to make it or pay for it. The president did neither; he just looted the private sector and redistributed Obama money to his voter-clients, who excused his theft with a shoulder shrug and the amoral rejoinder “well, that’s democracy.”

So what about America’s imperialist foreign policy, you say?

  • Like when the U.S. entered World War I to defeat the initiators of the war in Europe?
  • Or when GIs were plunged into WWII by Japan, whom we roundly defeated and rebuilt even stronger than before?
  • Or when we helped defeat the Nazis and saved much of Europe from Nazi and Soviet domination?
  • Or how about fighting for South Korea, which is a virtual paradise compared to its communist neighbor to the North?
  • Or maybe Vietnam, which saw tens of thousands of people killed or made refugees when the North Vietnamese finally conquered the South?
  • How about the Cold War, which saw the vilified Ronald Reagan proven correct about the moral and economic rot of the USSR once and for all?
  • Or what about Saddam Hussein, a genocidal madman who personally oversaw rape and torture rooms, and who used wmds on his own people?
  • And what of the Taliban, whose sick medieval atrocities defy polite description?

American foreign policy may be misguided at times, but it is far from imperialistic. The U.S. doesn’t enslave nations it fights for or against, it liberates peoples and does its best to protect and improve their lives. That doesn’t make the U.S., or any nation, perfect.

Of course, opposing the evils of communism and fascism, as well as the economic misery of socialism, makes Americans belligerent warmongers out to conquer the world, correct? Good little Leninists take note that the warmongers in each case cited above were not liberal democratic nations. And for further counterfactuals to the left’s insipid imperialism narrative, just ask the Canadians and Mexicans how unashamedly expansionist we are.

The left’s hunger for a perfect world can never be sated. That is why the shining beacon of liberty that has been the United States is derided as culturally imperialist or hegemonic – because freedom frustrates utopian totalitarians. There always has to be more demands. There’s never enough to quell their envy and dissatisfaction with life.

But there won’t be anarchy and chaos if capitalism is crushed, says the unblinking leftist; you see, for some magical reason a spontaneous new order will arise and we will all be “new” human beings and we will all love each other equally and there will be peace forever and ever. Amen.

There will be peace – the peace that comes from the desolation of all that gets in the way of the left’s diabolical machine. The peace that comes from the absence of resistance to socialism. The peace that comes from assimilation to the Borg. And following that peace will come stagnation, societal and economic decay, alienation, apathy, and a ruling class entrenched above the whole tragic, despicable mess of it all.

But this is the left’s paradise, removed from the sappy, sanguine figments of their overactive imaginations. This is the brave new world of Barack Obama and his ilk. This is the eerie “transformation” of America that the Democrats were talking about.

The signs of collapsing societies throughout history were everywhere for everyone to see. Yet paradoxically, people were always baffled when their misery and destruction came upon them like a thief in the night.

The lazy, the ignorant, and the ideologically corrupt, naively believing empty slogans like “Land, Bread, and Peace,” wake up one day to find themselves deprived of all property, starving, or in a constant state of war — with other nations, against their own government, amongst each other, or even versus nature itself.

Soak up the misery, lefties. But never say we didn’t warn you.

(conservativedailynews. com)

by on Nov. 20, 2012 at 7:39 PM
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imamomzilla
by on Nov. 20, 2012 at 7:40 PM
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 Perfect summary:

"The left’s hunger for a perfect world can never be sated. That is why the shining beacon of liberty that has been the United States is derided as culturally imperialist or hegemonic – because freedom frustrates utopian totalitarians. There always has to be more demands. There’s never enough to quell their envy and dissatisfaction with life."

 

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_Kissy_
by on Nov. 20, 2012 at 7:40 PM
Lol.
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Peanutx3
by Silver Member on Nov. 20, 2012 at 7:47 PM

Meh

samurai_chica
by Bronze Member on Nov. 20, 2012 at 7:48 PM
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I get it, poor people should live in cardboard boxes...lol...this person probably has a super low IQ,

Pretty crazy stuff...not surprised though. I think i heard someone talking about something similar on that creepy show "doomsday preppers" or whatever it's called.

This is poorly written with typical right wing paranoia. This article is clearly for the unintelligent, as they are suckers for scare tactics.

samurai_chica
by Bronze Member on Nov. 20, 2012 at 7:50 PM

Did i mention that it is also very tasteless? I could find a right wing article that is much better written & is in better taste than this one. Crap like this just makes the right look even worse...

timeforprogress
by Bronze Member on Nov. 20, 2012 at 7:55 PM
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Stupid liberals wanting to make the world a better place without the use of force.~

How dare they?~

Mommy_of_Riley
by Just Jess on Nov. 20, 2012 at 8:00 PM
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I stopped reading when the author started calling people "idiots"...

Not worth reading past that. If you can't write an article without reverting to Kindergarten name-calling you shouldn't be a journalist.
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jadedcynic
by Nerdilicious on Nov. 20, 2012 at 8:01 PM
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We are a better nation because we have a higher standard of living. We don't have hundreds of people dying from malnutrition and exposure each day. 

Because our standard of living is so high, many of the things your list considered luxuries really aren't anymore. You can buy a cheap dvd player for $20 new and a microwave for a little bit more. Internet is no longer a luxury, as many employers and schools put most of their information online. Job applications are generally online, rather than the paper ones that you used to fill out.

I don't see your statistics as a sign of things gone wrong. I see them as a sign of what is right with this country. Poor people may have trouble making ends meet, but what is poor in our country is considered wealthy in third world countries.

gsprofval
by Gold Member on Nov. 20, 2012 at 8:18 PM
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I work for a living and I don't have

  • Where 80 percent of “poor” households have air conditioning?
  • Where nearly two-thirds of the “poor” have cable or satellite TV?
  • Where more than half of “poor” families with children have a video game system, such as an Xbox or PlayStation?
  • Where one-third of the “poor” have a wide-screen plasma or LCD TV?

So hell's bells, what does that make me if the "poor" have so much more than I do?

 Oh ya, the WORKING Poor; i.e. I work so the "poor" can sit home and play games and watch cable tv all day.

Carpy
by Platinum Member on Nov. 20, 2012 at 8:31 PM
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Love it.  What a brilliant piece.

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