Skip to comments.These Things I Deny
Posted on 07/07/2011 12:24:00 PM PDT by Sen Jack S. Fogbound
These Things I Deny
We hold these falsehoods to be evident through history.
by John Hayward
We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.
So says the Declaration of Independence, among the greatest documents ever produced by the human race. It is time to declare our independence again, this time by listing the falsehoods made evident through the past century of our history.
I do not believe the government can accomplish any given task more efficiently than the private sector. The awful record of our bankrupt State argues conclusively to the....
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Well Duuuuuugh!.. (persona: arrogant glancing talk to the hand, hands on hips “look” of teenaged girl)
OUTSTANDING article by John Hayward! Thanks very much for posting, Sen Jack S. Fogbound.
Raise an army.
Other than that, though, I agree.
This point from the article fits with my tagline:
“Except in cases of the most dire emergency, I dont accept the moral authority of todays politicians to place unbearable obligations on the taxpayers of the future. Taxation without representation is wrong. Who represents the children of tomorrow? Were their voices heard, when they were assigned to pay off fourteen trillion dollars in debt? Its one thing to engage in emergency deficit spending when wars or natural disasters threaten the very survival of the Republic. Using the same techniques to encourage dependency on government, or fund the weird obsessions of bureaucrats, is an outrage.”
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