There is no more frightening word in the American English lexicon than the word ‘socialism.’ Socialism destroys freedom. Under a socialist system, all color will be drained from life. Individuality will be lost and creativity will be squashed. Life will be unrecognizable. Well, at least that’s what we are told.
A day after Mitt “Moneybags” Romney stated his lack of concern for the economically disadvantaged (an old school Republican touchstone), President Obama shot back by finally using the right-wing’s bullets against them.
A Republican lawmaker, like Republican lawmakers in many other states, introduced a bill requiring mandatory drug testing of welfare recipients. The bill was withdrawn after Democrats amended the bill to cover lawmakers as well as welfare recipients.
I had the pleasure of chatting with the writer and director of The Last War Crime, The Pen, and he had some very startling things to say about his fight with Viacom and Youtube over the promotion of this film.
Since the beginning of the Republican primary season, one fact has remained steady, it’s Mitt Romney’s to lose. That’s not saying he’ll absolutely win. There’s a chance that as more and more is revealed about Mittens Antoinette, voters will look elsewhere, but that’s far more likely to happen in the general election than in the primaries.
I am in favor of the Rosemont Copper open-pit mine because despite the incomplete environmental impact draft study by the U.S. Forest Service, I am sure that we can trust corporations to do what is best for the people in the region.
Once the covers have been pulled back from the anti-ethnic narrative of the basic, White-male-dominated-society rhetoric of the Republican Party, it’s easy to see where Republicans like Gingrich are coming from when they make statements about President Obama being a ‘food stamp president’ or the Democratic Party being the party of welfare checks and even more food stamps.