Tom Harkin: No Spending Problem, Just a Misallocation of Wealth
The CPUSA can disband. It is obsolete, now that the morphing of the Democrat Party into the Communist Party is nearly complete:
Sen. Tom Harkin (D-Iowa) said on Thursday that U.S. government does not have a spending problem, but America suffers from “a misallocation of wealth.”
“I look at it this way,” Harkin said at a Senate Appropriations Committee hearing on the Budget Control Act of 2011 (the law that includes the automatic spending cuts referred to as “sequestration”). “We’re the richest nation in the history of the world. That kind of begs the question doesn’t it? If we’re so rich, why are we so broke?”
That is, just because we have already spent the next two generations into debt is no reason to slow down the explosive growth of government, because there are still people out there we haven’t looted into bankruptcy yet. “Misallocation” is when people who create wealth don’t have it stolen from them.
Harkin sits on the Appropriations Committee. Most lowlifes have to wait for a riot to go looting, but Harkin does it for a living.
The debt has passed $16.5 trillion. But Democrats have only just begun to waste money. The spree won’t stop until the economy collapses. Then a population conditioned to turn to government for solutions will collapse into Democrats’ collectivist arms — or at least, that’s the plan.
Despite being softened up by decades of propaganda relentlessly inculcated by our socialist media and schools, not everyone is on board with this plan. That is why our society is preparing for war.
On tips from Lyle and IslandLifer. Cross-posted at Moonbattery.
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