It seems as if the current generation responsible for Obama's dictatorial control of the Executive and the Legislative powers of government either failed to get educated on Hitler, Mussolini, Stalin and especially Karl Marx, or else they have forgotten.
Their cultural illiteracy is mind boggling. They apparently have never heard of George Orwell's "1984" and "Animal Farm", Aldous Huxley's "Brave New World" or Ayn Rand's "Atlas Shrugged" and are strangers to political and economic dialectics.
Those who would impose Marxism, or any form of Socialism onto us use "double speak" to seduce us. They use great terms and phrases like "The people's this" and "the people's that" and "for the greater good." Their definition of Liberalism is the opposite of the classic Liberalism of Thomas Jefferson and Thomas Paine.
The Obama "toadies" are repeating his new talking points, which are distortions of truth and confuse young minds. In their word-war against Capitalism, they keep referring to how important it is to get away from the "boom and bust cycles" of the past. They do not realize that in a free-market economy, competition breeds excellence, allows for the best goods and services, and the lowest price.
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When there is open, active competition, the economy "booms." When supply and demand levels out, there is a natural lull in market activity. When these successful results take place,everyone benefits, ergo, "boom bust" cycles are normal and good; not as the Socialists imply.
They speak of wanting a "bigger slice of the pie." They assume a large pie is just magically sitting there with no effort involved. They never mention the true source of the wealth they want to re-distribute. The only true, monetary wealth comes from private citizens earning salaries or making a profit. Every cent government spends can be traced to private earners.
History will record who answered the call when our nation was threatened with ignorance. Wake up, Democrats. Pay attention to what's happening to our country -- for our children's sakes, if not for ours.