A government big enough to give you everything you want, is strong enough to take everything you have. -Thomas Jefferson
I think calling him a dumb-ass would be an insult to dumb-asses all over the world
argggggggggg! Have a beautiful weekend despite the insanity my friend!:)
You're right. I'm picking up my jaw off the floor right now. Arrgggg!!!!! These people make me so mad I sound like a pirate!!!
USA: Yes, even those with the IQ of a sack of hammers is saying WTF right now. Angel: You, too!Cube: They make me so mad I start swearing like one, too. ;)
My take on this video is that we are operating in two parallel universes. In the first universe, we define goodness as a triumph of government over the people; it is where government rules, lies are simply spin, personal agenda trumps what is good for the nation, and the end always justifies the means.In the second universe, the God-given rights of mankind take precedence over government preferences. In this dimension, elected representatives obey the will of the people.Our problem today is not that two dimensions exist. No, our problem --our challenge, is to know which of these conspires against the will of God. We may think that a government-controlled society most benefits the people, but this is because our socialist education model has been poisoning the minds of people for close to 100 years. We pass this poisoned fruit from one generation to the next. We do so without asking, “Who is least enslaved? Is it the man or woman who gives up their freedom in exchange for a government benefit, or is it the man or woman who has to fend for themselves in a rough and tumble world?” I’m not an overly religious person, but I wonder … if citizens are so willing to accept scraps from government’s table, will they just as easily accept the mark of the beast? And isn’t it so much easier for Gibbs to lie when he thinks of it as no more than mere political spin? This, I believe, is the real work of political correctness. It will help the first dimension achieve a completely corrupt society; a corrupt society best serves the interests of government.Mustang out
I like this kid...for 26 years old, he's got a sharo head on his shoulders.
I'm still laughing about the "do you ever feel dirty" bit. He's a moron, he's not going to feel anything
Mustang: I agree that the school system has definitely been indoctrinating each generation to accept the gov't that we now have. Batman: Yes, he does! :)Chuck: Gibbs could have answered "No, not at all". That would be believable.
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