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Liberty - Liberal Regression


It was the best of times, it was the worst of times. If you want to see the results of liberalism, look no further than Detroit or Chicago - at the crime, destruction, and blight that is.  Yes it really is that simple.
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There is a definite cause and effect. This is why liberalism, communism, socialism, statism for sure, just never work. If you reward people for not working through food stamps and welfare, you will have more people who just don’t/won't work.
If you punish people for working hard through taxes and regulation, you will have fewer people working hard or even trying.  Where is the incentive?  We already have a welfare state in the economy and an administration Federally that wants it bigger.
The real crime lies in the fact that the Democrat leaders and rinos know this full well. They just don’t care and thrive off of it. They’re pretty much thugs out to enrich themselves and they could care less about their effects on our country.  They skim off of the top and reap from what they sew.
So why would anyone in their right mind vote like a democrat? Three reasons:
1. They don't know any better.
2. They are getting part of the pie from their leaders despite the cost of the big picuture where society gets hurt.
3. They fear that the social conservatives will take away their other "rights" or privelages.
Blame the social conservatives easily for 1/3 of all democrats even existing. Way to go!

It does not take a rocket scientist to see this.  It's simple math folks.  SIMPLE.

1 comment:

  1. Anonymous10:04 AM

    You missed the leading reason for liberalism ..........
    STUPIDITY!! Common sense (something that is no longer common) says you can't give away what you don't have, but these idiots do. Shoot 'em all and start over. (the actual fear behind the real reason they want to disarm the citizenry)

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