Sunday, May 16, 2010
I agree with Newt Gingrich
Gingrich said that he stands by his arguments that the "secular-socialist machine" represents as great a threat to America as Nazi Germany or the Soviet Union, not in the sense of the immorality of those deadly regimes, but as a "threat to our way of life."
I agree with Newt's statement. We see Obama's czars wielding more power and taking more and more of our liberties and freedoms away everyday (or trying to), there is an anti-religious bias in the media with which they attack traditional religion while accepting those who dissent from various teachings of churches, there has been government expansion at an alarming rate, secularism challenging traditional values, judges trying to erase the religious roots of our country with rulings like proclaiming the National Day of Prayer unconstitutional, and then we have a pay czar who wants to limit our success by limiting the amount of money a productive hard-working person is able to get paid. Hmmm... What would happen to America if all of the hard-working people who pay taxes and don't receive any money from social programs like welfare and medicaid decided to take a stand, say that we aren't going to take this thievery and our governemnt wasting our money anymore, revolted, and quit their jobs? Just where would the government go to get the "needed" money? who in this country would our government turn to to help us? Some people on the Left think that money just grows on trees and that Obama's just handing out his stash of money but they have no idea how the financial system in this country works- where the government gets its money from-well, its from hard-working taxpayers and not from sleezy democrats planning to spread the weealth with other peoples money. The threat of this Socialist regime in the White House now is trying to destroy our Republic and our way of life as we know it. Socialism-- communism-Marxism has harmed lives around the world. I would like someone to show me how any of these economic systems have helped the individual without taking away certain freedoms and liberties.