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February 4, 2009

Aaron’s Ease at Giving up on ‘Rugged Individualism’ (Neo-Marxism is the call)

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Aaron wrote to me to take me to task about a previous post. I found his basic premise too instructive to not share. It says it all…there is not a bit of doubt in my mind that Aaron knows and approves of the Neo-Marxist underbelly to Obama and his entourage.

Aaron wrote:

I find it very compelling that you blame Democratic mayors for the problems that were created by the Regan Administration. It has become increasingly difficult for Federal Money to make it to the cities, due to the shift of grant forms. No longer is the government writing the blank checks that helped cities prosper after the Great Depression. I find it appalling that you believe that people want to depend on the government. But when you think about this idea it is not so bad. In Germany the socialist principles make it easy for families to put their children through college, afford health care, and have a decent retirement package. To me that’s not such a bad thing. Besides is the government here not supposed to be of the people, by the people, and for the people. Rethink your stance on Rugged Individualism.

I do not believe there is a better example of the casual acceptance of socialism without regard to the consequences. Yes, we have seen capitalism has its consequences but capitalism has not, even in its most selfish mode, enslaved and caused the death of tens of millions of followers. Yes, Euro’s seem quite contrite and satisfied with their Nanny State…but they are bankrupt and frankly declining in power, weatlth, productivity, freedom, and most importantly individualism.    

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