Great piece out by Howie Carr of the Boston Herald that shreds the prevailing theme of the modern Democratic Party today – namely that nearly everyone should willingly give up their individual rights in order to be part of an allegedly safer, government controlled collective. Work is to be avoided, while dependence is to be embraced.
Today’s Democratic Party has fallen a long ways downward since the days of JFK…
(via Boston Herald)
…Let’s face it, in the modern Democrat party, the dirtiest four-letter word of all is “work.” Granted, Obama’s dismal economy is responsible for tens of millions of Americans on the sidelines — 92.5 million now out of the workforce, according to Friday’s numbers, up 525,000 just last month alone. And doubtless millions of those unemployed would like to return to productive life.
But c’mon … what about the 9 million plus on SSDI? It’s so out of control the Democrat district attorney of Manhattan uncovered a $400 million ripoff centered in the NYPD and FDNY. Husbands and wives, brothers and sisters, a 32-year-old — all being coached by shysters how to dress shabbily, misspell the simplest words and stare off into space when asked questions — they were, in short, being trained to behave like Obama voters.
Everything free in America! Who cares? It all comes out of “Obama’s stash,” as two of his most loyal voters in (where else?) Detroit once laughingly described the welfare-industrial complex.
…I watch Obama pandering to his shiftless, lowlife base, and I wonder if during his years with the Rev. Jeremiah Wright, he ever delved into the Bible, specifically 2 Thessalonians 3:10.
“If a man will not work, neither let him eat. LINK
With every bit of expansion of the welfare-industrial complex, the modern Democrats add another voter. Barack Obama has become the Moses of the uninspired, the unwilling, the downright irresponsible hordes within the United States. Their promised land is a place of handouts, freebies, and days that demand nothing of them.
It is plantation politics of the worst kind, enslaving millions, with the progressive socialists slashing the whip of conformity and lost hope across the backs of any and all who might oppose them. -UM
When it comes to women, I learned long ago to live by the mantra of “no hard feelings.” Women are gifts, and any man who doesn’t understand that, and treat them accordingly, has no place in my universe. I like to think I’m a pretty even keel fella, but a man who puts unkind hands to a woman, makes me capable of most anything in retaliation.
And I mean anything.
I’d say to ask the congressman about that, but he’s dead. Yeah, that’s what most would probably call a not-so-subtle hint.
My father used to beat the hell out of my mom on a regular basis, leaving her covered in scratches and bruises, all things she dismissed as, you guessed it, just another little “episode”. Even as a young boy I was evolved enough to know those beatings were all kinds of not right, and promised when I was big enough, my mom would never have that happen to her again.
My dad tested that promise.
After that, as best I know, he never laid a hand on my mother again, and ever since that time, I’ve tried to do my best to protect the women I know as best I can, even if I was a drunken, selfish, self-loathing asshole while I did it.
If that sounds like some kind of contradiction to you, well that’s ok.
I’m nothing if not a walking, talking, mess of contradictions. Call it the Irish side of me if you like– or not. Fact is, I could give a shit.
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LUST. POWER. POLITICS.
Colin O’Shea thought he had been given his dream job working inside the legendary power corridors of Congress. Instead he finds himself immersed in the corrupt and sinister world of Washington D.C. trying to protect a dangerously beautiful call girl from a powerful congressman intent on becoming President of the United States.
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