Sunday, May 5, 2013

Digging to China

Democrats think that the best policy for growing employment is government spending.

This policy is best understood as 312 million people standing in a large hole in the ground.  From this 300 million,  about 4 million step forward (federal employees, including postal service and military forces), take shovels, and begin digging as a way of getting out of the hole.  As they dig, they can't throw the dirt out of the hole, it's too big, so they throw it on the other 308 million.

The hole gets deeper.

As the hole deepens and the dirt is being tossed, some of the 308 million get covered by the dirt.  Eventually some of those folks actually disappear.  According to publicly reported information, some 90 million of those remaining 308 million folks have been buried to the point of invisibility.

The hole gets deeper.

When will the madness stop?

When the number of those not yet buried shrinks to the point that those remaining can no longer support those with shovels?


Because, outside the hole, there are others, who are happy to lend their moral support to the madness.  Folks who will lend to the endeavor.  Folks who know that if they can convince the diggers to keep digging, the hole will be, eventually, so deep that there can never be an exit to level ground, to the sunlight, to life, to prosperity.

But because Democrats only know taxation and government spending as the solution to a weak economy and high unemployment (hole digging), they readily accept the cheer offered from Red China.

When will enough Americans be so insulted by the tossing of dirt on them by Democrats and their taxing and spending that they will understand that this life or death struggle cannot be won by toleration, by a friendly disposition, and by "taking it."

Here is a truth from the framers of our Independence:
Prudence, indeed, will dictate that Governments long established should not be changed for light and transient causes; and accordingly all experience hath shewn, that mankind are more disposed to suffer, while evils are sufferable, than to right themselves by abolishing the forms to which they are accustomed. But when a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same Object evinces a design to reduce them under absolute Despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such Government, and to provide new Guards for their future security.
You see, so long as the Democrats (and their RINO fellow travelers (John McCain, for example)) seem apologetic for the dirt that gets tossed on folks, there is that natural, human, tendency to "suffer, while evils are sufferable."  Not that such apologies are sincere, for we know that the faking of sincerity is the politician's gift.

But the time comes when the evils are NOT sufferable.  There comes a time when those who suffer understand those whose sole aim seems to be economic enslavement through confiscatory taxation.  And in that day, the great will rise, if necessary, by force, and throw off the tyranny of those whose economic compasses point only to the wallets of others.