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« on: July 26, 2013, 04:22:51 PM »

Big government always seems to be about stealing more money.  Can't steal enough through taxation?  Borrow.

Making big global banks bigger and unaccountable...make it easier for them...

You’ve probably read that the series of speeches President Barack Obama started giving Wednesday are a “pivot” to the economy designed to rev things up. Well, they’re not. Obama’s speeches will be no less than the manifesto of a leftist president who plans to spend his remaining time in office installing as much of his big government “project” as possible by whatever means he can get away with.

If you got the wrong message, it’s because Washington reporters too often have a poor understanding of people who have a systematic philosophy and truly believe in what they are doing. Reporters,  focused on who is up this day and who’s down the next, have difficulty discerning the intent of someone like Obama — who is thinking much more long term.

Obama, with his speeches, is intent on laying out the rationale and building public support for “fundamentally transforming America” — as he promised five days before being elected in 2008.

Speaking Wednesday at Knox College in Galesburg, Illinois, Obama presented a statist vision that should send chills down the spine of anyone who believes that free markets, not government, create wealth.

He told America that 'you didn't build that' - he and his big government did. 

Why do we have welfare?  If big government built a business, why isn't everyone self-employed?

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If you earn a dollar, you should take a dollar home.  No one should steal your labor.  If it was wrong to enslave people years ago, it is wrong today.  The freedom to prosper and keep the fruit of your labor should be the first human right.

just my humble opinions

All my posts are just my humble opinions.  Please take with a grain of salt.  Smile

It doesn't do any good to hate anyone,
they'll end up in your family anyway...
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