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America’s Fatal Conceit

pinenee Wrote: Nov 25, 2012 6:11 PM
Mr. Thorpe, Mr. Romney debated that he could manage Mr. Obama's program better than Mr. Obama. Perhaps, sir I missed the decisions and actions made by the Reagan Republicans for the last 30 years. That world that you write about don't exist anymore. Man, America just can't lead, contribute, and participate using the industrial age work skills, curricular, romance, society, economics, and politics. What has new work skills got to do with your old fashioned values? What has the a more modern romance got to do with your old fashioned values? What has guys in congress spouting off about the new players in Asia, Africa, and South America? First time in 10,000 years women are free from religious mumbo-jumbo. The industrial age is dead, RIP

This year’s presidential election was a history-altering event for America. The nation chose, for its future, a course in diametric opposition to the core principles on which it was founded.

The reelection of President Barack Obama is the result of a wide-spread rejection of individual liberty in favor of a virulent strain of collectivism that seeks a more expansive role for central planning by the federal government and, ultimately, will liquefy America’s traditional, once indomitable, liberty-centric institutions.

One can reasonably question why the Obama’s reelection reflects even worse judgment on the part of the American people than their initial decision...