“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

Monday, February 20, 2012

Judge Napolitans exposes the charade, gets fired

Here's the last-straw that got libertarian-leaning Judge Andrew Napolitano fired from FoxNews....

This is what I've been saying for months. The fix is in my friends. The presented struggle between democrat and republican ideology is just an illusion to convince gullible voters that we can make a difference with our votes.....we cannot!

It doesn't matter what you do, who you vote for, or who wins the election, the same people will be making policy behind the scenes in Washington regardless. I've reached the conclusion that we are useful, easily-manipulated tools that our political overlords use to cling to power.

Nothing changes in Washington, not really. The government gets bigger and more intrusive into our lives regardless of which party holds the Presidency. Judge Napolitano is right....we are duped simpletons who care more about who attended Whitney Houston's funeral than how our lives are being stolen by the paternalistic charlatans we freely elected. Our liberties, freedoms, and choices are for the most part, manufactured illusions that we accept without question like stupid children.

We are powerless against the political ologarchists. Short of emigrating to another country, all we can do is become as financially independent as possible and minimize their effects on us. But that's much easier said than done when they intentionally create for us a system that compels us to be dependent on them.


david said...

Wow! You'd think that monologue was ripped from the pages of "Atlas Shrugged".

He is right. That's how I've felt for the last 3-4 Presidential elections.

Ed said...

Yeah, he's right. He's asking what if, but we all know that's how it actually is for the most part.