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A Victory for Creatures of the State

Grandpa/Hank Wrote: Nov 09, 2012 12:21 PM
I'm 63 and planning on retiring in the next year or so. And up until this election I actually worried about the debt that is piling up and its impact on future generations. But now that the majority of younger voters (because they know everything) voted to support the Progressive path (Obama). I will retire with a clear conscience. And when the country takes that proverbial ride in a handbasket. I doubt that I will be here to worry about. Oh, and for those of you presently living in Mommy's basement, guess what, Mommy won't be there to wipe your nose or other posterior parts. Good Luck! Laugh all you like now, but when America has transformed into a second rate Greece, it won't seem nearly so funny.
Larry in Texas Wrote: Nov 09, 2012 4:41 PM
Absolutely correct Hank46. I'm very close behind you. The young idiots that voted for this fraud, dare I say dictator, again are indeed going to get it stuck to wholesale. My sorrow is my kids were not raised as parasitic imbeciles, but independent and self reliant. They'll be fighting these fools the rest of their lives.
We let the Left creep in over the last 100 years. Fifty that I have observed and fought against.
The teachers and schools were corrupted. I don't have a better answer than that.

The Progressives won on Tuesday.

I don't mean the people who voted Democrat who call themselves "progressive." Though they won, too.

I mean the Progressives who've been waging a century-long effort to transform our American-style government into a European-style state.

The words "government" and "state" are often used interchangeably, but they are really different things. According to the founders' vision, the people are sovereign and the government belongs to us. Under the European notion of the state, the people are creatures of the state, significant only as parts of the whole.

This European version of the state can be nice. One...