Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Russ Feingold, the Senate's True Maverick \

Russ Feingold, the Senate's True Maverick | The Nation

Or, we could elect another millionaire who will look after his own profits ahead of the public interest.


Kevin Scheunemann said...

Is this what Russ means by government health care?

Disgusting. When anyone argues government is more efficient, all one has to do is just point to this story! $160 billion in Medicare fraud.

How does something like this get past the first $1 billion?

This is the net result of "progressive" health care schemes...a centralized system that has no responsibility for anything!

sofa said...

Feingold = Communist
Look at votes for 'the recent agenda'.
Look at votes over the years.

Feingold supports transferring your wealth to others, at gun point.

Only in doublespeak, would a collectivist who follows the herd be associated with the phrase 'maverick'.

Him and McCain both.

Mpeterson said...

This would be a lot more compelling, Sofa, if there was any reason to believe you knew what communism was.

You've been drinking the Ayn Rand Kool-aid that equates altruism with being a sucker and a parasite, rather than being a good Christian.

sofa said...

Interesting that you didn't refute my statements based on facts or reasoning; but chose instead to leap tangentially into attacking Ayn Rand. News flash: I am not Ayn Rand.

What has not been disputed is that
Feingold supports the forced re-distribution of wealth, making him a communist. One could argue facist, but that applies to others in his party. Russ is a collectivist.


Regarding communism: We know it well enough. Stalin, Mengistu, Castro, Mugabe, Che, Pol Pot, Chavez, Mao. Over 150 million killed in the 20th century, of their own people, within their own country, 'for their own good'. And more in surrrounding countries.

My family knows communism: My grandfather killed tens of commies, and my mother 5. Father killed 5k to 8k with arty, many at close range. An uncle designed jets that killed many commies. Half the family was stuck in eastern europe after WW2 and lived communism. They killed rural mayors and party bosses and their families. Another portion was in western europe and lived the socialism. And a bunch were here and more came over to live the American dream and to be free. Everyone of my generation served in the US military, visited foreign countries, embedded in their culture and society, and killed commies. We've killed facists and commies for generations. Lived history. Our children have all visited Russia and eastern europe, and one went to China for 6 weeks to teach 'self resilient capitalism' in rural communities. And everyone, from 10 to 80 year olds, can hold 1 moa at 800 yards.
Because we know communism.

This recent communist coup is being repulsed by an angry nation. But communism always digs in; and the next step, inevitably, is a few Wacos and then Holodomor.

But this time we've got 300 million rifles and a country of rifleman trained in insurgency fighting (thanks to GW1, GW2, and AQ). The Tea Party is a last slim chance. Now, if judges and voting don't restore the Constitution, then 'we the people' will.

A previous government of this place made war upon the people. After suffering a long train of abuses (far fewer than ours, today), Americans constituted a new government to protect their life, liberty, and property.

As the Torries found out, America is slow to anger, but resolute in not being enslaved. 20% fought as Torries, to support their jobs and businesses and mortgages and positions. Only 3% ever fought as Americans; but another 25% supported the 3% with intel and logistics.

The next twenty years will be interesting times. Our grandchildren will ask how many commies we killed in the great war. And as we teach them marksmanship, fieldcraft, and tradecraft; we'll pass down the history of Liberty...

sofa said...

Is Madison a town in Wisconsin? Do they teach economics or history up in there? Is there any reason to believe that anyone there knows what an American is?

"All that seems indispensible in stating the account between the dead and the living, is to see that the debts against the latter do not exceed the advances made by the former."
- James Madison

"A well regulated militia, composed of the body of the people, trained in arms, is the best most natural defense of a free country."
- James Madison

"Do not separate text from historical background. If you do, you will have perverted and subverted the Constitution, which can only end in a distorted, bastardized form of illegitimate government."
- James Madison

"As a man is said to have a right to his property, he may be equally said to have a property in his rights."
- James Madison

"The rights of persons, and the rights of property, are the objects, for the protection of which Government was instituted."
- James Madison

"By rendering the labor of one, the property of the other, they cherish pride, luxury, and vanity on one side; on the other, vice and servility, or hatred and revolt."
- James Madison

James Madison knew what communism was!

May everyone in the vicinity of "Madison" re-awaken to what communism is.

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