It’s no secret that a lot of people suffer from a logic deficiency, but only liberals seem to regard it as a virtue.
For instance, when it’s pointed out to them that of the millions of gun owners in America, only a tiny percentage will ever use them for criminal purposes, they continue to call for the abolition of the Second Amendment. At the same time, they ignore the obvious fact that, as solutions go, that would be as idiotic as dealing with drunk drivers by confiscating all the motor vehicles and turning us into a nation of pedestrians.
Or consider the nutty notion that’s been floating around for a long time called universal basic income. Because it’s so absurd, it should come as no surprise that it is being championed presently by Sen. commie-Bernie Sanders.
Becausecommie-Sanders apparently never took a math class, he believes that the federal government can fund any fantasy he can come up with, whether it’s free college tuition or $15,000-a-year to every American.
When people who still have a connection to reality point out that the amount required to fund his pipedream would be larger than the entire federal budget,commie-Sanders, who sees the world through the eyes of a child, an extremely backward child, would say we can always print more money. After all, that’s what they say over at the Hasbro Corporation when there’s a sudden demand for more Monopoly games.
The basic idea behind the universal basic income scheme is that once you provide a financial floor for people, they will decide to get off their duffs and find a job. That might be the case on Jupiter, but here on earth when you give people money they haven’t worked for, we call it welfare, and there has been no indication over the years that those who receive it suddenly feel motivated to rush out and earn even more by the sweat of their brow. And why would they when the Democrats aka Socialists are always around promising to give them more in exchange for their votes?
The basic failing of socialism even before it morphs into communism is that it requires that the laws governing human nature be repealed.
Whereas there are certain flaws in capitalism that allows villains to use it to cheat and even subjugate their fellow human beings, at least it doesn’t require that we have to act in ways that are totally incompatible with our very nature.
For instance, in demanding that we all share equally, even with those we dislike and those who don’t work as well as we do or who don’t work at all, it’s asking that we behave in a way that would tax even the patience of saints.
Competition is second-nature to most of us. We compete with siblings for our parents’ affection; we compete for grades; we compete on the athletic field; we compete for promotion; some compete for fame, while most compete for mates. But those like Elizabeth dinky-Warren, Chuck clown-Schumer andcommie-Bernie Sanders, who themselves compete for power and influence, would have us believe we shouldn’t even compete for a living wage.
The kindest thing you can say for them is that they’re hopelessly delusional. The truest thing you can say about them is that they’re blankety-blank hypocrites.
⦿ On over 200 college campuses, you will find “bias response teams” to investigate thought crimes perpetrated by those who still don’t understand that campuses these days are not merely gun-free zones but are also First Amendment-free zones.
In these leftist enclaves, students are encouraged to snitch on their schoolmates if they overhear something that offends their infantile ears.
Clearly, these bias response teams are based on similar groups that were encouraged to act as censors in Nazi Germany and the Soviet Union. The chief difference is that the American college students who run afoul of these bullies only face expulsion; in the cesspools ruled by Adolph Hitler and Joseph Stalin, the victims faced death.
⦿ I was sent a cartoon in which President Trump is explaining to a cobra identified as Iran: “America only makes deals it can shake on.”
Speaking of which, when you pause to realize how beneficial Trump has been to the nation’s economy through his tax policies; his de-fanging of the EPA with its oppressive regulations; and his demands that American companies bring their factories and their offshore profits back to the homeland; and couple all of that with the progress he has made in neutering North Korea and Iran, and letting our trading partners understand that we will no longer be played for suckers; one can only imagine how well off we would be if the Democrats hadn’t sworn a blood oath to stop him by all possible means.
Any conservative who fails to vote for the Republican candidates next November because they fail to pass some sort of imaginary litmus test should change his registration to Democrat because he will be helping to ensure that Chuck clown-Schumer and Nancy Pulosi will be calling the shots in 2019.
It’s strictly a numbers game. If the Democrats wind up with 51 members in the Senate and 218 members in the House, Trump would not only have to give up any hope of passing his agenda items, it will mean that if Ruth Bader Ginsburg, 85, Anthony Kennedy, 81, or Stephen Breyer, 79, retires or dies, Trump will have no chance to replacing them with a juror who actually believes the Constitution means what it says.
You can complain all you like about RINOs, but as Dan Bongino, appearing on “Life, Liberty & Levin,” pointed out: “A number of Republicans in Congress are actually Democrats, but not a single Democrat in Congress is a Republican.”
That shouldn’t be interpreted as suggesting that one might as well vote for someone with a (D) after his name or stay home on Election Day. It means that even a couple of phony Republicans like rino-John McCain and rino-Jeff Flake serve a purpose. If they had jumped to the other side, Chuck clown-Schumer would be the Senate Majority Leader, and the tax reform bill would never have been passed.
⦿ Proving that James Comey, Robert Mueller, Andrew McCabe, Peter Strzok, Lisa Page and liar-Hillary Clinton, aren’t the only creeps in Washington running around with law degrees, it seems that Michael Avenatti, mouthpiece for the sluttish Stormy Daniels, somehow got his dirty little hands on the bank records of Michael Cohen, Trump’s lawyer, and illegally released them to the media.
If Attorney General Jeff Sessions were doing the job that Americans are paying him to do, a lot more creeps would be indicted and standing trial. I’m glad the Justice Department takes MS-13 seriously, but local police departments can take care of those punks. It doesn’t require the federal government to deal with a bunch of teenage gangbangers, no matter how vicious they are.
Far more lasting damage is being done to America by creeps with federal badges who have the power and authority of the FBI, NSA and the Justice Department, behind them.
Democrat Sen. Chris Murphy: ‘The Real Second Amendment Isn’t Absolute
Sen. Chris Murphy (D-CT) tweeted Saturday there is a “real” Second Amendment and an “imaginary” one and he believes the real one is “not absolute.”
Murphy, “I support the real 2nd Amendment, not the imaginary 2nd Amendment. And the real 2nd Amendment isn’t absolute.”
The statement was a precursor to his call for banning “assault rifles” in the wake of the Santa Fe High School shooting, even though “assault rifles” were not used in the attack.
Murphy said the “real 2nd Amendment…allows Congress to wake up to reality and ban these assault rifles that are designed for one purpose only – to kill as many people as fast as possible.”
Gov. Greg Abbott (R-TX) said the Santa Fe High School attackers used a .38 revolver and a shotgun to carry out his heinous acts. Therefore, a ban on “assault rifles” would have done nothing to prevent the attack from occurring or the tragic loss of life from taking place.
It should be noted that Saturday was not the first time Sen. Murphy called the essence of the Second Amendment into question. On August 6, 2013, Breitbart News reported that Murphy told MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow that “The Second Amendment is not an absolute right, not a God-given right. It has always had conditions upon it like the First Amendment has.”
Murphy did not grapple with the words, “Shall not be infringed.”