The Summer of Recovery "unexpectedly" continues not to be a recovery, unless it really is a "recovery", because your motives are to install a socialist government
Housing equity lost; tens of thousands under water on mortgages; no economic growth; a shrinking private sector; thousands of Americans disappearing from the workforce — even as unemployment continues to climb.
And yet the administration continues to push for higher taxes and more regulations while weakening the dollar by printing more paper.
Why? Because the plan is to destroy the private sector, to make more people dependent on government, to increase the client state base of Democrat voters, and to “transform” society into a socialistic “new normal,” wherein unions and community organizers rabble-rouse for wealth distribution, government is run largely by a massive bureaucratic apparatus and its enforcement arms, unemployment stays constant at European levels, and the real classes are finally teased out — limousine liberals (and Rockefeller Republicans) as the ruling class, buoyed and supported by corporate cronies; and the rest of us, who are to be managed as drones, and so not upsetting the balance of socialist nature, whereby the upstart bourgeois and the nouveau riche start making vulgar appearances in the “good” clubs and restaurants.
Some of us told you this was coming. Some of us refused to hoodwinked by a man who’d struck up friendships with Bill Ayers, Jeremiah Wright, Rashid Khalidi; who was groomed by the Chicago machine and taught by Marxists. We refused to pretend that America had done anything but get duped in 2008 — and that the “historic” President we were all supposed to celebrate in a great national moment of healing was anything more than a left-wing radical who, because he enjoyed a super majority, would work to break down the system of government our founders and framers left us. And for our efforts we were marginalized, demonized, blacklisted; called Visigoths and pseudo-intellectual “extremists”; accused of crimes we didn’t commit, psychoses we don’t have, or violence we never displayed; mocked for advocating a break from the establishment GOP, whether as OUTLAWS or TEA Partiers; became targets of a backchannel campaign to pick and choose who gained purchase and respectability delivering the “right-wing” message and who must be kept out.
And yet we persevered, because we had no choice: everything is at stake.
We have surrendered our liberties to these people, on both sides of the political divide. But that’s all they are — people. And we should rise up and demand our liberties back, no matter what the cost.
I am not fit to be “ruled.” And if there’s anything left of America, there are millions more out there just like me.