Welfare libs and many libs in general are in terrible trouble if USA is fiscally ruined. The government that they depend upon will be unable to provide, no one will want to help them, and years of welfare has left them helpless with no basic skills of any sort. They will have no choice other than to resort to violence to survive.
Oh please. Like some HR person who used to hire people based on who daddy was got layed off, or "team" leader, or "boss in disguise" has actually any skills outside of corporate Scamerica. I'd take someone who has scrapped on the outside than one of these worthless oafs anytime.
Please listen to John Voight's speeches. He reminds me so much of Ronald Reagan. He's a former actor, soft spoken, and very patriotic. He freely gives credit to others, unlike Oilbummer, from which all Socialist things come from. When elected, he like Reagan, will follow the modern day's worst President. Think of Carter, then Oilbama. Only difference, Carter was a man of his word. Carter had Amy go to DC Public Schools. Oilbummer, The Education President, has his kids in DC's best private school. At the same time, he is closing DC Charter Schools that give poor Blacks a chance at a quality education. Also this year you will no longer be able to deduct tuition interest off your taxes. Also gone is the business deduction for employee tuition assistance plans. Barrack should be renamed as the anti-education President. A more fraudulent man may we never have in the Presidency.
Article has great historical comparisons to:
the French Revolution,
the collapse of the U.S.S.R.,
the collapse of Weimar Germany (which was followed by Hitler).
So, if you think things are bad now... just wait...
it will be much worse if history is any guide.
I love this paragraph:
Before his healthcare bill passed, the president said he would turn to the deficit next,
that if it passed he would "own" it and personally undertake to fix any problem it created.
History buffs will be forgiven for a little head-scratching over that one.
There's a striking image in Tolstoy's "War and Peace" of Napoleon aboard the coach of history
drawn forward by its racing steeds.
The great man imagines himself in control, when in fact he is a like a child hanging helplessly to the straps.