Unfinished essays and spontaneous eruptions on radical politics and popular culture
posted by Wally Conger @ 2:43 PM
"(Statists) make sure we all share our toys, just like Mommy does."I don't remember my mommy seizing my box of 64 crayons, keeping 28 of them for herself and distributing the remainder among the neighborhood children.Are you sure it's not an April Fools joke?
I don't think so ... if it is an April Fool's joke, it's been a long time in the making.
So liberals see government as just a giant "Mommy" in kevlar vest and gas mask. Or as Stromberg put it, "the body of Leviathan and the head of a social worker."What's really infuriating is the kind of corporate swine these gullible goo-goos have been taken in by. I'm sure when GE president Gerard Swope helped FDR hammer together an Americanized version of fascist corporatism, sharing of toys was the first thing on his mind. That's why every Democratic administration reserves an endowed chair for the Goldman-Sachs Secretary of the Treasury. When Hillary sat on the Wal-Mart board of directors, did she make sure Mr. Sam shared all his toys?Shee-it.
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