Tag Archives: Socialism

Comrade Bush Watch: A New Kind of Deal

Every generation has brought us at least one leader who has broken with the status quo and offered us something completly different.

In my grandparents time there was FDR and his “new deal”. My parents generation witnesed LBJ and his “great society”.

And not to be outdone we are this summer seeing  unfold, GWB and his “offer you cant refuse”.…

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O’Reilly vs Obama II: Socialism Is Neighborliness

 Obama Voted to give Social Security benefits to illegals   John McCain..No     Barak Obama..Yes   CAPITAL GAINS TAX  MCCAIN  0% on home sales up to $500,000 per home (couples). McCain does not propose any change in existing home sales income tax.   OBAMA  28% on profit from ALL home sales. (How does this affect you? If you sell your home and…

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Was the seizure of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac a socialist act?

The last time I recall major corporations being seized it was by socialist governments, seizing oil companies in Latin America. Bush did not “bail out” Fannie and Freddie, at least not yet.  He nationalized them.  In the process, both preferred and common stock were essentially wiped out.  A short while ago, the stocks were worth more than $25.00 a share.…

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Community Organizing

Did the Dems properly vet their Presidential candidate?  What is a community organizer, and what does it say about someone’s politics? Saul Alinsky’s is considered the father of Community Organizing, and wrote Rules For Radicals a year before his death in 1973 for the new generation of radicals.  Here is its dedication: Lest we forget at least an over-the-shoulder acknowledgment…

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Who is John Galt?

It appears that Ayn Rand may have been correct in her novel Atlas Shrugged.  If people were to live by the motto “from each according to his abilities, to each according to his needs” then society will eventually fail when those with the “abilities” will refuse to work beyond their pay or leave for Galt’s Gulch, a free-market paradise.…

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