Monday, February 1, 2010

Leftist Lunacy: "Smaller Government means Bigger Corporations"

As I was reading through the online version of the local Kitsap Sun, I ran across an interesting article comment from an obvious lefty, which read "Smaller Government just means Bigger Greedy Corporations"...

After cleaning up the milk that was sprayed from my nose (interestingly enough I was not drinking milk), I began thinking about the fear tactics and lies used by the left to encourage mindless nuts to actually endorse this kind of thinking. How insane does an individual have to be to NOT recognize the difference in taking on a corporation for intrusion on liberty versus taking on the government for intrusion on liberty? Not to mention the old "if we don't do it first, they will" defense is nothing more than juvenile!

Is this what the leftist recruiting tool has been reduced to? Fear of corporation is worse than fear of government intrusion?

I can see it clearly now... 'the warm embrace of government protections will keep you safe from the evil and greedy corporate monsters'...

When the government assumes total authoritarian control over you and your family, there is but one outcome... read your history books - not the Liberal PC crap they have in schools - but actual accounts released into print by those who were there - like "Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee" or "Ruby Ridge - The Truth and Tragedy of the Randy Weaver Family"... Let's take a look at historical accounts of the government keeping you safe and warm...

As we read through our papers, write our blogs, or simply as we are living our lives - keep in mind that there are those all around us who truly embrace the idea that we would be better off submitting willfully and dutifully to the government overlords... and those people vote.

1 comment:

  1. We are truly two peoples with diametrically opposing ideals, sharing a common border. Americans - patriots who believe in the Republic our founders codified - and socialists who want cradle-to-grave governmental supervision.

    I don't know what the future holds, but I fear it will be violent. The question of how we go into the future will not remain rhetorical for long.