Wednesday, November 7, 2012

We're All Socialists Now

     This is not the blog that I thought I would be writing this morning, nor was it the one for which I  had the least bit of preparation. The words do not flow easily from this heavy heart. The re-election of Barrack Obama extinguishes the flames of hope and optimism I had that the United States of America was not lost, and that her people would once again choose to live by the principles and values enshrined in their founding documents. The shackles of leftism, at this moment, seem too strong for the forces of liberty to break.        
     The re-election of Barrack Obama means that a majority of the people in this country have resoundingly said they no longer want the unalienable right to pursue their own happiness, but want  an all-powerful government to dole out happiness in amounts they have determined to be fair. The re-election of Barrack Obama means that a majority of the people in this country support the destruction of the best health care system in the world and replacing it with government rationing and less individual choice. The re-election of Barrack Obama means that a majority of the people in this country are not interested in employment or economic growth but rather in undeserved benefits paid for by some magical government money that doesn't depend on a growing private sector. The re-election of Barrack Obama means that a majority of the people in this country think that a man who wants to reduce American strength and refused to protect the lives of Americans serving abroad, is going to somehow provide protection for them and their families. The re-election of Barrack Obama means that a majority of the people in this country accept the victim status attached to them by the left and want to give the Federal government the authority to redress their perceived grievances. The re-election of Barrack Obama means that a majority of the people in this country have lost faith in themselves and their communities and instead have foolishly invested their faith in big government.
     There is going to be much analysis of last night's election in the coming days and weeks. But analysis won't change the reality that things are going to become much more oppressive in this country over the next four years, as they have over the last four. This President is hell-bent on punishing his enemies and rewarding his friends, both actions will deplete us even more as a nation. Expect new edicts from the President that will regulate free speech out of the Internet and radio, as well as yet undetermined areas of our lives. Expect the world to become more chaotic as President Obama weakens U. S. military strength, and the forces of evil in the form of radical Islam become stronger. Expect even more debt and higher and higher taxes to pay for the President's ever-expanding portfolio of social programs. And finally, when there is no more wealth to squeeze out of the producers and give to the non-producers, expect Greece-like insolvency and riots. And the once great nation of the United States of America will no longer be exceptional, which is the true dream of Barrack Obama senior and one which the son will bring to fruition, thus making the father very proud indeed.

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7 comments:

  1. Damon,
    You are so right..I agree with you 100%. If I may sum it up metaphorically, Our Country's moral compass was broken with some chance for repair. With yesterday's result, I fear we may have thrown said compass overboard.
    Still me must continue our struggle and do the best for our families.

    Regards,
    Matt Newman

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    1. Thanks, Matt. I appreciate your comment and I hope and pray that somehow we can survive as a free country.

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  2. Well said. There's all that & so much more, a massive volume of literature could be written to say all there is to say about how bad it's gotten with this POS fraud impersonating a President getting re-elected. It reflects all that is wrong with our society & it's hard to watch fellow citizens commit national suicide taking all of us down with them. Idiots.

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    1. It shows that the Democrats have been successful at creating a majority comprised of takers.

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  3. Mr.Koch,
    It's providential I happened upon your blog the day after the election. I've been struggling to find words describing what happened and how I felt at our lost opportunity to staunch the bleeding of national common sense. Reading your posts helps me understand.
    At the time of our nation's founding, John Adams made the prescient observation that the form of government they were creating, a constitutional republic, was suitable only for a moral and religious people. Since we now appear to be neither, 11/06/12 sounded the death knell for America as we have known it. And while God is still sovereign in all matters, He has proclaimed that a man (a nation) will reap what he/it sows. God help us!
    It was a pleasure reading your site--keep up the good work and thank you.
    George Mason

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    1. Thanks George. I appreciate the comment.

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  4. It is becoming apparent to me that the data generated by the following equation, which describe world population are beginning to play out: Pf=Pp(1+g)^n In my lifetime world population has increased from 2.5B to 7.0B, a mere 61 years. At the present rate of 1.1%, world population double again in another 63 years.

    It is my firm belief that this planet cannot sustain 14B people and that the tipping point was reached somewhere around the time of my birth. While I will no longer be around to see the endgame, it is here and that is becoming more and more apparent every day. Short of cosmic devastation or nuclear holocost, I see no mechanism to reduce these levels. I wish future generations a better life than this equation bears but I'm not optimistic. Pretty forboding, I agree.

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