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Obama's Orwellian Inaugural Address

FletchforFreedom Wrote: Jan 23, 2013 1:17 AM
The greatest lie used to enslave the ignorant is the inherently contradictory concept of "positive liberty" which is not liberty at all. the pretense that liberty can be "provided" to anyone is too stupid for words as, by definition, it can only be provided by infringing on the liberties of others. The Foundres understood the concept of liberty (the absence of EXTERNAL restraint) and didn't confuse it with means. In the absence of government coercion, the wealthiest man in the country and the poorest man in the country are equally free.
Nee2 Wrote: Jan 23, 2013 8:44 AM
The money quote:
"In the absence of government coercion, the wealthiest man in the country and the poorest man in the country are equally free."

On Monday, President Barack Obama delivered a monumental address to the nation. It wasn't monumental in terms of rhetoric -- in fact, it wasn't even memorable. It was monumental because it signaled for the first time just how grand Obama's ambitions for the left are. No longer is the left content to wage a war against Constitutional principles on behalf of a Marxist philosophical system. Now they will attempt to convince the American people that Constitutional principles dictate Marxism.

Obama opened his address by quoting the Declaration of Independence: "life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness." The Declaration of Independence...