America Gets a Wake-up Call
Reading the unemployment numbers for May — can you imagine what the real ones would be? — your lefty-liberal friends should be ashamed of themselves. At least those that aren’t committed, Cloward-Pliven style, to the fall of the U.S. You know, those who wish to bankrupt our country so that it can be rebuilt as a glorious socialism … like, say, Czechoslovakia circa 1962.
But what we have may be worse than Cloward-Piven. It’s accidental Cloward-Piven. Cloward-Piven out of ineptitude.
I don’t need to see Obama’s hidden college grades. I know he’s a nitwit.
I don’t need to read “The Amateur.” I know he’s an amateur.
The sad thing is we are all paying for it — not to mention our children, but our children’s children.
We’re not about to become Greece. We are Greece. Those of us who live in California are already Greece squared.
Liberalism is not only dead, it’s decomposed. We’d better inter it this November, or we are all fools.
The thing about modern liberalism that most liberals don’t see is that it is so unbelievably square and conventional, so hopelessly old-fashioned. It is the most unexamined of unexamined wisdom. It’s not even an ideology. It’s a pose.
And leftism is just a massive form of social sadism that leads to the totalitarian state.
Meanwhile, according to White House Dossier, our president is off to hold six fundraisers in one day. Who are these people that are still giving money to this charlatan? What is their motivation? Cultural suicide? Or are they simply Solyndra-style gangsters looking for a billion-dollar handout? Or are they waiting to hear the president’s new plan to “save health care” in his second term? (Can you imagine what that will be? Maybe someone will read it this time.)
If I were one of those people, I’d be too humiliated even to show up. And if I were Obama, I would resign.
If it sounds, like I’ve had enough, I have. I love this country. I never dreamed I would see it go down the drain in such an extraordinarily rapid fashion.
Get out your pitchforks, citizens. It’s time to throw these clowns out.
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