Obamanomics: auction on the sale of stolen goods.
Folks, we have a spending problem. The reason we do, we have a Marxist occupying the White House supported by leadership in the House and Senate. They are actively redistributing the wealth of this country. Not from rich to poor, but from young to old. From the unborn to the present. It is making us all poorer. We are creating a worse future for our children. And it is all to support a ruling class that lives by different standards. Obama talks about ‘people like me’ that can afford to pay more in taxes. How many people do you know have tax payer funded living, travel, housing, healthcare and retirement expenses? The ruling class lives above the system. They are insulated from the very policies they make that destroy your wealth and quality of life.
The President, who has never worked a day in the private sector. Who lied about his citizenship to get into ivy league schools and have that education paid for by others – lectures about fairness. Mr. Schiff has a reply:
Peter Schiff, American investment broker, author, financial commentator, and CEO and chief global strategist of Euro Pacific Capital, holds a different view. “After the tax hikes go into effect, more than half of my total income is going to the government,” said Schiff recently. “Now you tell me, what’s ‘fair’ about that? I don’t care what the majority voted to do. They don’t have a right to steal our money just because they voted for it.”
This Video is Brilliant. It should be required viewing for all members of Congress: The Nortax, How to explain entitlements to an 8 year old:
The left loves to hide behind the moral arguments for wealth redistribution. But their definition of social justice is warped. They work to anger 51% of this country into voting to take away my personal property and liberty. That isn’t justice. It’s theft. Your need is not a claim on my life. I submit as evidence quotes from our Taker-in-Chief:
Those on the left will look you straight in the eye and profess they defend liberty and property; but one need only to read the words of the president in regards to his definition of “social justice.”
“I think when you spread the wealth around, it’s good for everybody”
“I actually believe in redistribution”
“Spreading the wealth around is good.”
‘Bring about significant re-distributional change”
“Actual coalition of powers through which you bring about redistributive change”
“I do not believe that those two things — fair distribution and economic growth — are mutually exclusive”
“I’m not optimistic about bringing about major redistributive change through the courts”
“The Supreme Court never ventured into the issues of redistribution of wealth, and of more basic issues such as political and economic justice in society.”
“I think there was a tendency to lose track of the political and community organizing and activities on the ground that are able to put together the actual coalition of powers through which you bring about redistributive change.”
And of course the classic lines “You didn’t build that” and “those who do not pay their fair share” underline the president’s belief that private property is available to be confiscated while ignoring the unalienable rights defined in the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution.
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