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Where Is John Galt?

Elisabeth26 Wrote: Jul 30, 2012 1:12 PM
Dear Dr. -- you'd best look at your history. I'm not so sure about the 100,000 laborers and 20 years. But be that as it may -- without Imhotep, the innovator, there would be no pyramids. At some point, his vision would become reality -- but 100,000 sheep never would have designed the pyramids.
RayTheAnarchoCapitalist Wrote: Jul 30, 2012 8:20 PM
Slaves didn't build the pyramids.

http://news.discovery.com/history/pyramids-tombs-giza-egypt.html
wiseone Wrote: Jul 30, 2012 5:01 PM
If libs didn't do this all the time I would be amazed that a good union man like Roy is touting a construction project built with slave labor as a "team effort."

If Roy and his union buddies were told to work under those conditions they'd have stolen some key pieces of equipment, set up a picket line outside the gate, and had themselves a barbecue complete with cold beer until 'management' agreed to extend their 'coffee breaks' to 1/2 hour and increase their pay.

Where is a man who can save us? A man of virtue and action who can rebuild our economy and culture? We must find a true-to-life John Galt.

I think America’s best shot at economic recovery and restoring constitutional freedom is to nurture men and women who emulate the virtues of John Galt, a hero in Ayn Rand’s magnum opus novel, Atlas Shrugged. Galt is a man of unparalleled virtue, intelligence and action in a fictional U.S. economy that is eerily identical to the present-day U.S. economy.

Galt is an American inventor who lives and breathes his philosophy: “I swear—by my...