Friday, July 28, 2006

Land Purchase Reveals

Cindy Sheehan’s duplicitous purchase of land near President Bush’s ranch in Crawford, Texas reveals a character trait of left and ultra-left thinkers: they are inherently dishonest when it comes to achieving their goals.  This is true from Cuba to Venezuela, to Brazil, and to Argentina.  It will be true in the United States if the crowd is ever able to obtain power.

The ultra left loves Castro, Chavez and the like and will emulate them if ever they come to power.  These countries have no economic life to speak of; yes Venezuela has petro-dollars but not much else.  In Argentina the new regime is perverting the courts in much the same way the left has done in the United States for decades.  The result is false imprisonment and the welcome mat for Fidel Castro; one of the world’s premier communist dictators.  Only Kim Jung IL can be considered worse.

The left in America promise to eradicate poverty, they have doing so since 1933 and redoubled their efforts in 1965 when LBJ launched the war on poverty.  Like all other wars on social ills it has been a spectacular failure.  Poverty is listed as the number one problem facing children who are “at risk” in the public schools.  The real problem is too much administration, disinterested instructors, apathetic parents, and cultural resistance.
All this is courtesy of political correctness; a euphemism for a scheme to prevent criticism on the basis of fairness.

The George Soros’ of the world show their deceitfulness everyday and proudly demonstrate their intellectual dishonesty when they compare anyone who disagrees with them as Nazi’s.  They are so caught up in their dreams of power and self-importance that they cannot do anything simply for the good of all.  If after 73 years poverty programs continue to enrich the vendors and administrators, leaving out the poor, why should the left is trusted to get anything right?

In the United States the right wing politicians continue to miss opportunities to get the job done.  They are cowed by political correctness and the enjoyment of the perks of power.  They too are intellectually bankrupt caring only to be re-elected and increase their personal net worth if possible.  George Bush is undoubtedly a good person, but for a 59 year old man he is pretty naïve and trusts the judgment of cynics a little too much.

There seems little to expect from these two groups somehow the average American will soldier on despite the Susan Sarandons, the Nancy Pelosis, the Anne Coulters, and the rest of those who would divide and destroy civil society.

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