- Where 80 percent of “poor” households have ?
- Where 92 percent of “poor” households have a microwave?
- Where nearly three-fourths of “poor” households have a car or truck?
- Where 31 percent of the “poor” have two or more cars or trucks?
- Where nearly two-thirds of the “poor” have cable or satellite TV?
- Where near two-thirds of the “poor” have at least one DVD player, and 70 percent have a VCR?
- Where half of the “poor” have a personal computer, and one in seven have two or more computers?
- Where more than half of “poor” families with children have a video game system, such as an Xbox or PlayStation?
- Where more than 43 percent of the “poor” have Internet access?
- Where one-third of the “poor” have a wide-screen plasma or LCD TV?
Thursday, November 22, 2012
The left’s hunger for a perfect world can never be sated. That is why the shining beacon of liberty that has been the United States is derided as culturally imperialist or hegemonic – because freedom frustrates utopian totalitarians. There always has to be more demands. There’s never enough to quell their envy and dissatisfaction with life.
By Kyle Becker on Nov 20, 2012 i
Such as it is that most leftists do not realize that the freedoms they have so vocally and stridently advocated for so long — the social freedom to say and do whatever you want, and thefreedom to avoid meaningful — are about to be obliterated. The useful idiots will be astounded to find themselves in a full-fledged police state and bound in a state of serfdom to the demands of the central government.
“Comply or starve. Submit or face,” will be the government’s refrain. The masochistic, subhuman degenerates will be all too glad to grovel to their Democrat Party masters.
When all is said and done, what will the leftists have rebelled against? A nation where forty hours (1/4 of the week) of the worst employment provides a standard of living higher than that of 95% of the world’s population? Where twenty minutes spent mindlessly slinging burgers and fries at McDonald’s can buy you enough calories to last the day? Where one of the ubiquitous public policy crises is not starvation, butobesity?
This is a country where we are being economically oppressed?
This is an economic system that needs to be “fundamentally transformed”? This is a country we are supposed to be so damned mad about?
Posted by giveusliberty1776 at 5:43 PM