[ExI] Who are the "leftists"?
protokol2020 at gmail.com
Sun Jun 16 07:09:54 UTC 2013
> Give me a link to the best one, I am curious.
On Sun, Jun 16, 2013 at 4:39 AM, spike <spike at rainier66.com> wrote:
> >... On Behalf Of Rafal Smigrodzki
> >...### Hey, this is a very vague statement - depressive because it's so
> left or depressive because there may not be a more leftist one
> coming?...Because of all that, it is not only unsurprising but rather
> completely inevitable that the administration using more traditionally
> leftist rhetoric ends up being even more authoritarian than their junior
> partners in the scam (the Republicams, in case you don't get my drift).
> 99.9% of government employees are unelected, and most of them are
> leftist but in practice conventionally power-grabby hacks, just like their
> spiritual predecessors since ancient Babylon's first clerics. You let them
> work with a few elected, arrogant, narcissistic, hypocritical social
> strivers steeped in commie rhetoric, and the sky is the limit (at least as
> far as the budget deficit goes)....Rafal
> EXCELLENT post Rafal, me lad. I don't have any problem with the fed being
> leftist, so long as it stays within the strict constraints of the
> constitution, something it has not wanted to do for a long time. The
> constitution describes a federal government that doesn't really do much
> other than military, some infrastructure such as interstate highways, and
> on, but not very so far on. The founders had in mind the real political
> power at the state level, so we have a number of competing states.
> gets to choose their favorite form of government, everyone wins.
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