“The American people will never knowingly adopt Socialism. But under the name of ‘liberalism’ they will adopt every fragment of the Socialist program, until one day America will be a Socialist nation, without knowing how it happened.”

Socialist Party presidential candidate Norman Thomas

Wednesday, January 11, 2012

Greece demonstrates why they are swirling down the toilet and why the US is soon to follow

In a move that sounds eerily similar to something the Obama justice department or NYC mayor Bloomberg might hatch, Greece has decided that pedophiles are disabled because of their perversion. For that disability, Greek child molesters will now be paid handsomely by taxpayers to sit at home and plot their next molestation. And we wonder how Greece got into the mess they're in.

What should outrage you is that through the International Monetary Fund, US taxpayers have contributed to this funding of pedophilia. Of the $110billion Greece received to bailout its banks, $40billion came from the IMF, and of that the US kicked in 20%. Now, unless you went to dreadful public schools you should have calculated already that 20% of $40billion is $8billion US tax dollars that went to underwrite the comfortable lifestyles of Greek pedophiles.

Is this the kind of foreign policy boondoggle the US needs to be involved in? Unfortunately, if a republican wins the presidency, none of this will change. All the candidates who're left are center-right statists who embrace the idiotic, paradoxical concept of big-government conservatism. Once again, the US taxpayers get hosed by our feckless government, regardless of party.


Isaac A. Nussbaum said...

@Ed "All the candidates who're left are center-right statists who embrace the idiotic, paradoxical concept of big-government conservatism."

Eau contraire!

Ed said...

Isaac, may I assume you are referring to Ron Paul. When I mention the candidates who're left, of course I meant those who stand a chance of nomination. Paul does not.

Look, I like Ron Paul for the most part. I'd love to see the FED audited and toil under a little independent,non-governmental oversight. He just can't get enough support nationally to stage a legitimate run. What he can do is drive the discussion so that his points become real issues that perhaps the nominee will have to take a position on and therefore have to act on as President.

Isaac A. Nussbaum said...

I think Dr. Paul has an excellent chance of getting the nomination. His chances would be even better if those who claim to like him (as you do above) would start acting like it.

Isaac A. Nussbaum said...

Speaking on Freedom Watch, GOP strategist Jack Burkman said that Dr. Paul can beat Romney. He is right.

http://revolutionarypolitics DOT tv/video/viewVideo DOT php?video_id=17319

Isaac A. Nussbaum said...

"Polls Show Ron Paul Does Better Against Obama Than ANY Of The Other Republican Candidates" ~Matt Taibbi, Rolling Stone Magazine

Ed said...

Isaac, if Ron Paul is still in the race when they come to Alabama, he'll get my vote and certainly I'll gladly vote for him against Obama. I can see how Tea Party country likes Ron Paul, but will the rest of fly-over country? That's the question.