The liberal mob

Bill Clinton with porn stars Tasha Reign and Brooklyn Lee
Bill Clinton with porn stars Tasha Reign and Brooklyn Lee

Demonic

I recently read a book by Ann Coultre entitled "Demonic" which systematically broke down the history of, and the continuing mentality of liberals and their mob style tactics which attempt to suppress conflicting ideologies.

The largest act of mob violence in history was during the French revolution. In her book Coultre breaks down the diametric differences between this unconstrained uprising in Europe filled with massacres, false accusations, and beheadings, and the uniquely constrained revolution which occurred in America.

Another trending theme of the progressives is hero worship. Just like their socialist counter parts abroad, they build up for themselves smooth talking false idols using iconography to sell the idea of a future with promise, unity, and social justice. But the end result is a room full of gutless cowards who thrive on divisiveness, and moral levity.

OWS Rape free zone
OWS Rape free zone

The OWS mob

It seems a little overwhelming at times to attempt for discussions with liberals without being ganged up on and shouted down by people armed with wide spread misinformation. The tea party for instance was characterized by liberal talking heads as a group full of racists, bigots, and rabble rousers despite the overwhelming lack of evidence to the contrary. I recall seeing MSNBC's Melissa Harris-Perry asserting that the Tea Party was more like the confederate side of the Civil War, claiming that they were seperatists and dancing around the ideology that would associate conservatives with the notion of racism, and a pro slavery agenda.

The fact that the opposing movement of Occupy Wall street has bucket loads of evidence of racist people targeting Jews, and wide spread mob violence against shop owners, and female rape victims escapes liberals all together. We hear excuse after excuse as to why it's ok for it to continuously happen in their group while the tea party comes under constant character assassination for nearly nonexistent or fringe at best racists in the crowd.

The real reason that OWS needs rape free zones is that in order for their voices to be heard the people who fund the movement need to bus in protesters from all over the country in order to beef up their numbers. Then they stay there for an absurd amount of time, pitch their tents, deficate in the streets for lack of sanitation funds, they get hungry, they get bored, they party too much, and they leave a giant mess in their wake.

The Hubpage mob

When entering the forums at Hubpages or any other public political forum, those who express conservative views are immediately ganged up on, ridiculed, demonized, and shouted down for their beliefs. The ideology is thus; if they are consistently driving their points down peoples throats, and ganging up on people with conflicting viewpoints they will inevitably drown out the competition and the conservative crowd will give up.

The solution to the liberal agenda of aggression in the forums is perseverance. As the apostle Paul once wrote; "fight the good fight of faith", don't be discouraged by the bombardment of contempt, label making, and race baiting. If you truly love your country then stand up for morality! It is an undeniable fact that this is what all laws are based on!

No true American wants to see our country brought to its knees by the tentacles of tyranny, and the path of economic destruction that we are currently headed towards. This is the real issue that is facing us today; the collapse of our society through the guilt ridden assertions of wealth redistributing, class warfare inciting, liberals. And they need to know that underneath the skin of every God loving, red blooded American beats a heart of determination. That this land is a beacon to the world, that there is a place for those who wish to see their dreams fulfilled by their own merits and through their own desires. That hard work and determination enables those dreams to come to fruition, not through victimology, and government handouts, but through blood, sweat, and tears.


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Onusonus 4 years ago from washington Author

JSChams, Thanks for reading. I don't always have much time to write, but I try to speak my mind when possible.


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FitnezzJim 4 years ago from Fredericksburg, Virginia

In addition to being ganged up on, voted down, demonized, ridiculed, and being called names, are conservatives the only ones who have to deal with comment spam, or this that site-wide?


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Onusonus 4 years ago from washington Author

I've been getting a lot of spam too. I think it's all over the sight. But I think you are right. My hub score never went below 85 before I joined in forum discussions.


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John Holden 4 years ago

Funny that, I belong to a conservative forum where I am ganged up on, ridiculed, demonized, and shouted down for my beliefs.

I'm frequently referred to as a lefturd and a tall forehead and those are just a couple of the more repeatable ones.

I don't think demonising and name calling can be confined to one side or the other. Both sides have, lets say, less aware people who's actions are somewhat regrettable.


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Onusonus 4 years ago from washington Author

Wow john that must be terrible for you. You know being called a racist and a misogynist are probably two of the worst accusations one man can throw at another and that is undeniably the reigning theme of the left.

Those names along with Koch suckers, tea baggers, and all the other vial crap that goes unfiltered throughout the Hubpage forums in the direction of conservatives in far outweigh the few conservatives who I have yet to see make a single lewd comment. And I would expect none of them to engage in such activity because the conservative side is governed by a moral standard whereas progressives are not.


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John Holden 4 years ago

Moral standard! Don't make me laugh.

Conservatives think that people living in poverty should be forced to live in even deeper poverty.


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Onusonus 4 years ago from washington Author

That's a complete lie. In fact the opposite is true. We believe in the free market, private ownership of property, small government individual freedom, and financial responsibility.


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John Holden 4 years ago

Then why are conservatives by and large opposed to the minimum wage and opposed to welfare whilst supporting a system that relies on the unemployed to keep wages down?

And whilst paying lip service to the idea of small government are actually most in favour of totalitarian government?


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Perspycacious 4 years ago from Today's America and The World Beyond

I appreciated the basics of this Hub, and hope we can all work to keep Hub forums and Hub comments respectful and appreciative of the variety of views which make the USA a place where everyone can exercise their freedoms.


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Onusonus 4 years ago from washington Author

Minimum wage and welfare are not what a government is for, and it is not in the constitution. The government is in place to secure the defense of the nation, and provide for the general welfare of it's citizens. That means building roads (because everyone uses them), not providing for special interest groups, or buying people cars or houses, or providing them with jobs.

Now a totalitarian government would run along the lines of ideology opposite to the tenants of individual liberty, and that usually falls under the category of socialism/communism, or the nanny state.

You can certainly say that you think they are in favor of totalitarianism, but the fact is most laws that encroach on individual freedom are almost always from Democrats. unsurprisingly their biggest encroachments are against freedom of speech:

They impose speech codes in college,

they tell our kids what they can and can't eat in school,

they tell people what they can and can't say in public in some towns,

they have even tried to keep people from being allowed to protest the government within a prescribed distance of the president or any government officials.

they redetermine the meaning of what a life is by advocating pro-abortion laws,

They encroach against churches with pro homosexual laws, all the way down to something as insignificant as contraception.

And if a Republican lawmaker is in favor of one such law then shame on him/her.


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John Holden 4 years ago

JS, I don't particularly think that raising the minimum wage would help the needy but lowering it would definitely not help them.


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John Holden 4 years ago

Onusonus, In what way is protecting the lowest not providing for the general welfare of its people?

It protects the haves from the have nots to a certain extent, but, I am in general agreement, give a man a job before you give him welfare. The trouble is that the capitalist system requires the unemployed to keep the employed down.


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Onusonus 4 years ago from washington Author

It does no such thing. In a capitalist system the unemployed are afforded the ability to create wealth. Hence so many people from so many different country's escape from their cast to come to America. People are rewarded with wealth by their abilities and their desires, and that would be a much easier thing to do if there were less laws that the government places on them to operate.

The underlying premise is that economic freedom is the prerequisite to any other freedom. It cannot be the freedom from economic care that the socialists promise us which also relieves us of the freedom of economic choice. It must be that freedom of economic activity which, together with the right of choice, carries also the risk and responsibility of that right.


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John Holden 4 years ago

Oh, if you say so!

How do you reconcile that with the fact that your government is essentially capitalist?


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Onusonus 4 years ago from washington Author

Well as we can see the government is not completely capitalist, hence we have socialist programs running up a disastrous deficit.

You can not blame that on the free market, because the government out spends the free market by leaps and bounds.

All the money that the government spends in one year would completely destroy every business in the country in order to pay off that deficit should we decide to "eat the rich". Then what happens the next year? Where will they get the money to pay off the trillions of dollars that they will spend the next year when all the businesses are gone? It doesn't work, and that's why entitlement spending needs to be curtailed not added to.


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John Holden 4 years ago

How do you define entitlement spending?

Your socialist programmes are no more than bale outs for capitalism, real socialist programmes would not see over 10% of the work force idle and dependant on hand outs from other workers for their sustenance.


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Onusonus 4 years ago from washington Author

Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid, and Welfare. That is nearly half of the nation's spending, and they have nothing to do with the free market.


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John Holden 4 years ago

So you'd throw a good percentage of the population to the wolves!

Nice kind conservative.


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Efficient Admin 4 years ago from Charlotte, NC

Wow what a shocker - Bill Clinton is standing with 3 porn stars! And they got it on camera!


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Onusonus 4 years ago from washington Author

Not at all. It would be a long weaning process to get people off the government dole, but once it is accomplished the free market and the charitable could easily provide for the poor because there would be even less poor people out there, people could pay for their own medical based on the needs of supply and demand and their standard of living would actually rise.


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Onusonus 4 years ago from washington Author

Efficient Admin, only Clinton could get away with that one and still have the respect and admiration of the left.


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Perspycacious 4 years ago from Today's America and The World Beyond

Good government is like a good family budget. Yes, there are times to borrow: sickness and medical bills is one such time, education is another. But families plan to pay off their debts. Governments should do the same. Incentives and bonuses have to be tied to real worth not phoney figures. Government has to be tied to real and lasting good. The party is clearly over. While promising new goodies at no cost to 51% of the population can be very popular and win elections, families, individuals, and governments have to face reality sometime...or fail. We have to get Americans back to work. If not, a system based on workers working won't work much longer than it already has. Funds intended for the elderly who have worked (and paid into the fund) all their lives, and to protect citizens who are unable to work, depends on not spending those funds willy-nilly for other grand projects or for buying votes with unfunded promises. Rational reasoning is required. If we can't face reality, we will surely have to face it anyway...more likely sooner than later. This is late already.


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Onusonus 4 years ago from washington Author

Perspycacious, Well said. It's all about financial responsibility. If the government can't balance their check books the people are going to follow suit.


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Skarlet 4 years ago from California

Great Hub! The picture with Clinton made me laugh.

I was thinking about reading Ann's book. She really is something.

You are so right about the liberals. I am telling you, here in California it is down right disgusting. They are exactly guilty of what they accuse the right of being. Prejudice, narrow minded, and unwilling to consider a point of view outside of what they are being fed by the mainstream media.

Voted up!


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John Holden 4 years ago

Onusonus, but first you would have to convince businesses that they wanted to sacrifice low wages in favour of full employment, and somehow I don't think they would bite.

As for charity, if you think governments are inefficient with money, well put the charities in charge of welfare and you'd soon see what inefficiency really is.


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John Holden 4 years ago

Skarlet, why should liberals be guided by a conservative main stream media?


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John Holden 4 years ago

JS, there are plenty of calls for it to be lowered or even abolished.


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Skarlet 4 years ago from California

@ John Holden-Interesting..... One of the things I have always noticed when talking to a Liberal is that they somehow hear things that are not really there.

This is because one of the main differences between Liberals and Conservatives is that Liberals think, and perceive things emotionally, while conservatives review facts.

When did I say that Liberals should be guided by a "conservative main stream media?'

I said that liberals accuse the right of being narrow minded,ect. when in they refuse to look at facts and even consider that there is another point of view that has some validity. I live in liberal mob land, and have seen conservative people say absolutely nothing political, and when the libs discover that these people perhaps did not vote for Obama, they go all out, trying to get them fired from their jobs, ect.

I see this all the time, and I was referring to that kind of behavior.


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John Holden 4 years ago

Skarlet, you said - " Prejudice, narrow minded, and unwilling to consider a point of view outside of what they are being fed by the main stream media."

The main stream media is conservative, so logically you were saying that liberals are unwilling to consider a point of view from outside the right wing media!

I can't accept your claim that conservatives review facts. The fact is that unemployment benefit is a right wing move to keep wages and inflation down but how many conservatives accept that, beyond the instigators?


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Perspycacious 4 years ago from Today's America and The World Beyond

Unemployment Compensation (UC) does not keep wages down, it diminishes the labor market by having some of the unemployed content to sit at home with something coming in for doing so. If they were out there like the other 15 million still looking for work, the wages would stay low, or lower from supply and demand. Let's start by prosecuting the cheaters who take the extended UC but work under the table, the employers who pay under the table, and the fraudulent claimants who take disability but do work under the table that they are supposed to be too disabled to perform. Taxpayers shouldn't be paying for any of those cheaters (just a conservative's point of view.)


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Skarlet 4 years ago from California

Hahahhaha. The main stream media is extremely liberal and has been proven numerous times.

And NO! I meant what I said. No hidden message.

When talking to a liberal about the economy, and what is really happening as evidence of my business, I get responses like, "MSNBC said that the economy is getting better than ever."

My paperwork is FACT. The gobly goop they keep arguing with me on is liberal media propaganda.

That is exactly what I mean. Its hard to see it any other way when all your associates are struggling to hold onto their business, and then some California liberal politician decides that they need something to do, and they declare your hamburger joint a "tourist attraction" so that they can charge you a tourist tax.

When you pay way to much in Taxes in the first place, and are going without a paycheck while keeping your 87 employees in their job, and the libs come up with "well we need regulations". Having someone like I pay a tourist tax when the business is absolutely not a tourist attraction is obvious robbery, but rather than look at these facts, they stand up for the liberal agenda.

That is narrow minded, and dangerous.

All the while they are keeping their jobs because a conservative (I) is looking out for them.


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John Holden 4 years ago

Perspycacious, only a conservative could fly in the face of reality! People looking for work has no direct affect on wages if they are unable to find work. Think about it, you advertise a job and get ten applicants, each one of those will be willing to work for a little bit less than the others, or, you get one applicant who has got ten other job applications. How are you going to get him? Why, by offering him more money than the others offer him.


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John Holden 4 years ago

Ah yes, that well known liberal, Rupert Murdoch!


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John Holden 4 years ago

It was a sarcastic comment JS.

Murdoch seems to control much of the press in the western world and there is no way I would describe him as even slightly liberal.


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Onusonus 4 years ago from washington Author

John, earlier you said "first you would have to convince businesses that they wanted to sacrifice low wages in favour of full employment, and somehow I don't think they would bite."

there is no guarantee for full employment and no government can provide that. After all a claim to equality of material position can only be met by a government with totalitarian powers.


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John Holden 4 years ago

JS, Oh sorry, I related your comment to my most recent one.

Not exactly an answer to your question but . . .

http://www.balancedpolitics.org/minimum_wage.htm

And I'm sure that as you seem to contribute to many of the same forums here that I do you must notice quite a strong feeling for abolishing the minimum wage.


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John Holden 4 years ago

Onusonus, I don't quite understand your point! What has government got to do with it? I'm talking about your free market that does not want full employment.


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John Holden 4 years ago

Well I could give you a pretty meaningless list of UK politicians but that wouldn't really help you would it?


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Onusonus 4 years ago from washington Author

John, what you seem to be suggesting is that some entity has coerce business' into employing everyone, and they shouldn't have to do that.


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John Holden 4 years ago

Onusonus, nothing of the sort! I'm saying that business has decided that unemployment is a price worth paying for lower wages, especially when the tax payers pay and not them.


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Onusonus 4 years ago from washington Author

Sure, why not do that if they can afford to run their businesses and have people on unemployment. I'm not much of an economist but I don't see how this would be very profitable.


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John Holden 4 years ago

What, you don't see how keeping wages as low as possible could be profitable!


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Onusonus 4 years ago from washington Author

Skarlet, Even the president said that the public sector is doing just fine. he took it back though.


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Onusonus 4 years ago from washington Author

No that wouldn't be profitable at all.


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John Holden 4 years ago

Why not?


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wba108@yahoo.com 4 years ago from upstate, NY

Interesting observations! They say liberals are group oriented and conservatives are individual oriented, this certainly fits their perspective ideologies! I've also observed this leftist "mob" phenomena you speak of.

In Jonah Goldberg's book "Liberal Fascism", he mentions the mob mentality and hero worship of the left as being tied to fascist idealogy although he stops short of calling them fascists. Goldberg mentioned the idolization of JFK and MLK as examples dead hero worship of the left similar that in fascist movements. Liberals tend to idolize government leaders because they look to government as their savior wheras conservative with true American values look to God and themselves for solutions.


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Onusonus 4 years ago from washington Author

wba, It's always interesting to me to see that liberals idolize a Republican MLK.


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John Holden 4 years ago

Yes, it rather blows away some of your preconceptions of liberals doesn't it?


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Onusonus 4 years ago from washington Author

Not in the least. It's inconsistent, as his message of equality goes against their basic platform of victimology and inferiority of non-white races. Pretty typical.


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John Holden 4 years ago

Whose basic platform of victimology and inferiority of non white races?

That sounds very much like the extreme right wing ultra conservatives in my country.


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Onusonus 4 years ago from washington Author

Well in my country, the extreme left require a race based quota for employers. They also want federal grants for college and housing to be distributed based on race.


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Onusonus 4 years ago from washington Author

Oh yeah and they like to set up abortion clinics in black neighborhoods to cut down on blacks in the nations population.


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John Holden 4 years ago

Whereas I suppose the right do not require any employment at, better left on welfare, uneducated and homeless!

And as for your next comment it does not deserve any response at all.


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Onusonus 4 years ago from washington Author

“I am for doing good to the poor, but...I think the best way of doing good to the poor, is not making them easy in poverty, but leading or driving them out of it. I observed...that the more public provisions were made for the poor, the less they provided for themselves, and of course became poorer. And, on the contrary, the less was done for them, the more they did for themselves, and became richer.”- Franklin


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John Holden 4 years ago

Do you honestly think that welfare payments make life easy! They are set at a level just about enough to stop men rioting and no more.


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Onusonus 4 years ago from washington Author

Yes they do, and they create a false sense of entitlement.


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John Holden 4 years ago

Would you like to live off the level of welfare payments?


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Onusonus 4 years ago from washington Author

Not at all. It is much more honorable to work for money. I would rather have my honor.


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Onusonus 4 years ago from washington Author

Besides welfare programs have an insidious effect on the moral fiber of both the people who administer the programs and the people who are supposedly benefiting from it. For the people who administer it, it instills in them a feeling of almost godlike power. For the people who are supposedly benefiting, it instills a feeling of childlike dependence. Their capacity for personal decision-making atrophies.

The result is that the programs involve a misuse of money. They do not achieve the objectives which it was their intention to achieve. But far more than this, they tend to rot away the very fabric that holds a decent society together.


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Perspycacious 4 years ago from Today's America and The World Beyond

There is entitlement until that runs out. It creates "false entitlement" as well as promoting a very dangerous idea, when the original entitlement is extended over and over again.. The dangerous idea is this: "If we want something, anything, all we have to do is vote for it and it appears out of nowhere. It's ours simply because we were smart enough to vote for it!"

How much of the now burdensome National Debt did we simply vote for with "the full faith and credit of the United States of America" to back it up? Somebody (a lot of somebodies!) voted and China and the Banks said "Sure. Here it is." What happens when they say "No. Not this time. But you still need to keep paying us back." We will all be "entitled" to do so, including our children, our grandchildren, and very soon our great grandchildren. Meanwhile, China is building a handsome nest egg at our carefree expense, not to mention their own modern infrastructure while our own decays.


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Onusonus 4 years ago from washington Author

Perspycacious, well said.


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Perspycacious 4 years ago from Today's America and The World Beyond

Frankly, I would rather pay Americans to work, rather than pay them to nominally look for work "x" number of times each month. Let government be "the employer of last resort" because I think we are reaching that point. For those who refuse to work in jobs America needs to have done, let's teach the willing to do jobs we presently import workers at all levels to do. For those who refuse work and refuse retraining they are capable of, there might be no "Option C" once entitlements come to an end, other than to create their own jobs and work at that in the marketplace.


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Onusonus 4 years ago from washington Author

I agree, the situation of welfare recipients in america actually encourages people to stay on welfare rather than doing a job. It's all for votes, it has nothing to do with the benevolence liberals have with other people's money.


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John Holden 4 years ago

Onusonus, you say it's much more honourable to work for money, that wasn't an answer to the question that I asked!

I asked how you would like to live off the amount of money paid in welfare , I didn't ask if you'd like to live off welfare, just live off that amount of money .


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John Holden 4 years ago

I agree that welfare has an insidious effect on the givers and receivers. That is why it is essential that socialism should be implemented so that there is work for everybody and an end to treating people like commodities to be used or discarded as the market dictates.


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John Holden 4 years ago

Perspycacious, how many people do you think genuinely don't want to work?

Why do you think this figure changes according to the economic climate?


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Onusonus 4 years ago from washington Author

John the only problem with your idea is that all socialist country's always wind up being totalitarian regimes. They have to force people to accept the notion that the money they earn doesn't belong to them, and most people won't go for that. And the only cure for that kind of distention is mass murder.


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John Holden 4 years ago

All socialist countries! Mass murder! What planet do you live on?

There is nothing socialist about totalitarian regimes, nothing.


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Onusonus 4 years ago from washington Author

it absolutely is. The two come hand in hand, the most effective way of making everybody serve the single system of ends toward which the social plan is directed is to make everybody believe in those ends. To make a totalitarian system function efficiently, it is not enough that everybody should be forced to work for the same ends. It is essential that the people should come to regard them as their own ends.

The beliefs of the people in such a scenario must be chosen and imposed on them by the planners in order to meet their ends. Thus the rule of law that is present in a free market society is inherently incompatible with socialism.


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John Holden 4 years ago

A bit like capitalism then really. Everybody serves it and believes in it and believes that they are working for their own ends!

As there has yet to be any truly socialist country so too has there never been a truly free market country either.

Capitalism seems to do a much better job of pulling the wool over peoples eyes than socialism ever has.


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Onusonus 4 years ago from washington Author

Except the ends of socialism are totalitarian regimes, followed by gulags, extermination camps, labor camps, massive genocides of the poor, and false famines.

While capitalism produces technological innovations, advancements in medicine, an all together higher standard of living, and Disneyland. Which is by no means a perfect world, it's just the happiest place on Earth.


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John Holden 4 years ago

No,the ends of socialism are not as you state them to be, that is just right wing propaganda.

Capitalism brings benefits to the few, not the many. With socialism everybody would benefit from the best health care, not just the wealthy, all would have a better standard of living, not just the wealthy, and everybody could afford to go to Disneyland not just the wealthy!


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Onusonus 4 years ago from washington Author

Well, I'm not wealthy and I've been to Disneyland a couple times. I've gone on numerous vacations in my lifetime. and I'm just a middle class American. It is the same with most Americans, you can not deny that fact. I remember last year on Christmas a couple of OWS protesters were in my town with signs that said the 1% has all the money. This was amid a flurry of commerce. thousands of cars zoomed by to get presents for their families from all the big nasty corporations that they bought toys and trinkets from, the wealth that has been created in this country by the free market is anything but destitution.

We are a melting pot of cultures because people escape their crappy countries on a daily basis to come to this country so they can pursue the American dream, because there is no Disneyland in socialist countries. And if there were a Disneyland in a socialist country there would be no roller coasters, no refreshments, no Mickey Mouse, no adventure land, and you can forget about future land.


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John Holden 4 years ago

Onusonus, many people accuse France of being a socialist country and they have Disneyland!


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Onusonus 4 years ago from washington Author

I know they have been inheriting some socialist programs as of late but were they even remotely socialist when Eurodisney opened in the early 90's? I couldn't tell you. Pretty funny though.


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John Holden 4 years ago

Much more so in the early 90s than they are now.


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Onusonus 4 years ago from washington Author

Are you sure? Didn't they just elect their first socialist president?


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John Holden 4 years ago

Yes, François Mitterrand was a Socialist, in fact the first and he served from 1981 to 1995. Followed by a string of other socialists.


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Cody Hodge 4 years ago

Crazy.....

1) Ann Coulture is not anyone to be taken seriously

2) OWS is not just some "liberal mob". They are no better or worse than the Tea Party. Perhaps if we cared more about the people instead of the businesses, we could see that both sides want the same thing: Jobs! Don't let the propaganda fool you.

I sincerely apologize if bringing up this argument makes you feel like I'm ganging up on the poor ol' GOP.


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Onusonus 4 years ago from washington Author

Cody which parts of Anns book are untrue? I'm sure your analysis is based on your own research and not just your own personal bias.

And one can hardly compare the OWS movement, which is relpeate with overtones of liberalism, moblike violence, and socialist tendencies, whereas the teaparty has consistantly gathered peacefully and demands the prevelamnce of free market capitalism without cronyism.

You don't seem to understand that the two movements are diametrically opposed in ideology. Yes both sides want jobs, but OWS wants the government to provide them whereas the Teaparty asserts that this is not the function of governemnt.


Shtegara 4 years ago

Monica Lewinsky's tell-all has been snatched up by a publisher, for a cool $12 million book deal.


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James A Watkins 4 years ago from Chicago

I came over to look for your Hub on the French Revolution but I couldn't find it. So, I read this article of yours instead and I must say it is fantastic! Thank you very much for the good read. You are, as always, spot on. Well done! God Bless!

james


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gmwilliams 3 years ago from the Greatest City In The World-New York City, New York

Onusonus, FANTASTIC article on the Lieberal mentality. I am a Liberal but a discerning one. Let's not digress. This article is SPOT ON. I could not said it better myself. Liberals, or rather Lieberals, are oftentimes MORE virulent than Conservatives.

Conservatives, I have found, are reasonable people. They don't go into attack mode when they are disagreed with. I cannot say the same with so many Lieberals. Oh no, DON'T YOU DARE DISAGREE, if you do, you are deemed to be ignorant, distorted etc.

I as a Liberal had more attacks from Liberals than I do Conservatives because some liberal ideology is just plain asinine. When you mentioned forums, this resonated with me. I have been attacked by some insipid Liberals for calling them out on their stance on welfare and other socialistic policies.

You have NAILED it and CALLED it! Excellent Onusonus, excellent. So many Liberals hate Conservatives.

I have found many Conservatives to be some of the most reasonable and logical people to be around and to have an intelligent conversaton with. Sadly, I cannot say the same for my "fellow" Liberals. Yes, a lot of Liberals, or rather Lieberals, have arrested development! Liberals, if they OPEN their minds, can learn A LOT from Conservatives.

GMW


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Onusonus 3 years ago from washington Author

GM, thanks for the comments. I personally prefer classical liberalism to the curent status quo. Of course Republicans are not without fault. I expect liberals to engage in expansion of government, however when a conservative does it it goes against their very core principles.


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wba108@yahoo.com 2 years ago from upstate, NY

This is a great Hub and spot on! I agree that liberals represent what is wrong with America. The Godless left can't handle true freedom because their afraid of it. You know them by their fruits, the OWS crowd typifies the leftist mob. They think their message will become truth the more they scream it, but a lie is still a lie!

I like David Howowitz's description of the liberal left- " inside every liberal is a totalitarian screaming to get out". And he should know he was one of the worst of them.


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Onusonus 2 years ago from washington Author

Briliantly stated wba! I love that quote. Thanks for reading.

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