Thursday, March 31, 2011

Re: You work and toil and earn bread, and I'll eat it

History is indeed simple: leasons can be learned from behavior that works, and behavior that does not work.
Capitalism mostly works, if let be free. Socialism always fails.
So you support Obama and The Democrat's solution: shared misery?
According to them: Let's bring everybody down so we are all miserable: shared misery, that's social justice for you - ha!
According to me and the Republican Conservatives: Let's bring everyone up!
Without jobs there is no bringing people up.
Without economic freedom there are no jobs.
Without huge cuts in government spending there is no economic freedom (taxes will have to be increased, which kills capitalism).
Socialism is shared misery.
Capitalism is shared prosperity.

On Thu, Mar 31, 2011 at 11:12 AM, dude wrote:
typical R rhetoric....emotively-loaded words and expressions to describe simple differences. At least the losing Republican for the 2012 election will know that unsupported ultra-conservative politi-babble will not answer the woes of the country, though it may address the needs of those who are not in need. The battle is between care for the country as a collection of individuals with needs and NOT the mindless government sponsored protection and support of right-wing initiatives.

From D:

This is a great article! Well worth the read.
Whosoever doesn't understand the difference between liberty and tyranny, accepts tyranny dressed as liberty like a wolf in sheep's skin.
Patricia Harrison and the 2012 Republican Divide

By Jeffrey Lord on 3.29.11 @ 6:09AM

"They are the two principles that have stood face to face from the beginning of time…. The one is the common right of humanity and the other the divine right of kings.… It is the same spirit that says, 'You work and toil and earn bread, and I'll eat it.' No matter in what shape it comes… it is the same tyrannical principle….[This is] where the struggle really is… [and we must] get rid of the fog which obscures the real question."
-- Abraham Lincoln in the Seventh Lincoln-Douglas Debate, October 15, 1858, Alton, Illinois


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