Rebirth of Reason

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Sunday, June 8, 2014 - 11:36amSanction this postReply

From the beginning Chapter 6 of  Luskin and Greta, "I am John Galt"


"In a December 2006 article from the Congressional Quarterly Weekly entitles "A Roof over Every Head," Congressman Barney Frank of the 4th District in Massachusetts is quoted proclaiming, "The problem is that the market is producing too much inequality." The solution? Use government leverage to provide affordable housing as one way to bridge the widening gulf of U.S. income disparity. A new approach to housing policy can be a hallmark of the Democrats' efforts to redistribute wealth, he says."


Not afraid to retread old failed arguments, the Dems are again beating the inequality drum as their means to bring the nation to its knees. They can do so with impunity, because America truly is Mr. Amazing No Short Term Memory Man. The Dems, and explicitly that stumbling muttering fool Barney Frank, completely succeeded in shedding the blame for this shared federal government fatfingering onto 'Bush' and the GOP. I am not saying Bush and the GOP are blameless; I am saying a pox on both their houses, including the GOP, but including the stuttering fool Democrats like Barney Frank as well who actively court this activist government complete nonsense. And now, Obama et al, still beating this dead horse.


The nation learned nothing in almost ten years.


What am I saying? The nation learned nothing in over eighty years.


Oh well.




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Sunday, June 8, 2014 - 8:20pmSanction this postReply

You know how hurricanes are usually named with female names and occasionally one has a male name?  If ever there is one that destroys an unprecedented amount of property and or human lives lost they should call it "Hurricane Obama"......... 

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