Wednesday, January 28, 2009

Socialist Jump Start

No detailed line for thinking, just some peices.
Be carefull these are the ones in charge.

The people are working to hard to notice?

WSJ A 40-Year Wish List:
"Another "stimulus" secret is that some $252 billion is for income-transfer payments -- that is, not investments that arguably help everyone, but cash or benefits to individuals for doing nothing at all. There's $81 billion for Medicaid, $36 billion for expanded unemployment benefits, $20 billion for food stamps, and $83 billion for the earned income credit for people who don't pay income tax. While some of that may be justified to help poorer Americans ride out the recession, they aren't job creators."
WSJ 'Atlas Shrugged': From Fiction to Fact in 52 Years

"Ultimately, "Atlas Shrugged" is a celebration of the entrepreneur, the risk taker and the cultivator of wealth through human intellect. Critics dismissed the novel as simple-minded, and even some of Rand's political admirers complained that she lacked compassion. Yet one pertinent warning resounds throughout the book: When profits and wealth and creativity are denigrated in society, they start to disappear -- leaving everyone the poorer."

Social engenering peice by bigger peice.

"The Democrats are being who they are. They're producing 32 new affirmative federal programs. That's part of what they do."

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