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Republicans Must Reject Crony Capitalist Efforts to Avoid the Fiscal Cliff

MoreFreedom Wrote: Nov 19, 2012 1:25 PM
I agree that Republicans (and politicians in general) should reject government regulation/legislation that corrupts the free market. But Borelli is deluded if he thinks Republicans will reject this. Even less than 30% of the 2010 Tea Party class voted to end corporate subsidies in their votes for funding the Import/Export Bank, the EDA, and the Dept. of Energy "green investment" program that gave us Solyndra and other government business failures. And RINOs like the campaign cash from farmers and the military industrial complex. There are but a handful of Republicans who believe in free markets. The rest are statists, and like to meddle in commerce. There's lots of money to be made in using government force to meddle in commerce.

Following his re-election President Obama wasted no time in rallying his progressive and crony capitalist allies to address the fiscal cliff.

Just one week after the election Obama met in successive days with progressive activist groups including labor organizations and advocacy groups such as Moveon.org and then with a select group of twelve CEOs representing a broad spectrum of industry sectors.

Some mistakenly believe Obama organized these meetings to solicit ideas to find a consensus solution to the emerging fiscal deadline.

Don’t be mislead. With his progressive base energized about the legislative prospects during Obama’s second term, the...