THE TEA PARTY IS WRONG- OBAMA IS THE ULTIMATE CAPITALIST
I had an experience. It was like I was going through a tunnel—then I saw a bright light, and then I had a revelation. The Tea Party is wrong—Obama is the ultimate capitalist.
Capitalism n. noun
A supporter of capitalism.
An investor of capital in business, especially one having a major financial interest in an important enterprise.
A person of great wealth.
Obama meets every facet of the definition. He is a person of great wealth, accumulated in his job running an enterprise. He is a supporter of capitalism. He stated this in every debate. If that is not enough for you, consider that he has grown the capital invested in government more than all the other presidents in the history of the United States—combined.
He is an investor of capital in business, having a major financial interest in Solyndra, GM, mortgage companies—he just did a start-up of an affordable healthcare system that has cornered the market on healthcare.
Criticisms of Obama and the democrats for not being capitalistic are misguided.
The proper critique of Obama and the democrats is that they are evil.
They are evil, immoral, and hell- bound. They are looking to send us on ahead.
Don’t tell me I am not supposed to make moral judgment. I am not being politically correct? I don’t care.
Obama is an investor of capital in business—other people’s money. Your money, my money, borrowed money from China. This is money taken by tax, by force, at the point of a gun. This is immoral. Even drug dealers give you a choice to take their drugs and pay for them or don’t take them and not pay for them. Taxes themselves aren’t immoral, when they aren’t spent on speculation and influence peddling—which is where most of it goes.
Obama has accumulated great wealth running an enterprise. That enterprise is the government, and most of the money he has accumulated has been through contributions, through barely legal means of getting money to peddle influence.
Obama has cornered the market on healthcare through a dictatorial fiat no one really understands.
Capitalism is like gravity. It is a force of nature. It cannot be stopped. You just change what is being bought and sold. Is it value? Is it productive? Or, is it influence.
It is really simple. If you produce something and sell it, you create wealth. If you are a salesperson, you create wealth by connecting the producer with the need. If you produce nothing and deprive others of what they produce, you are a parasite. It is piracy.
Charity is not something you do with other people’s money. Charity is productive— it produces treasure in heaven.
As Ayn Rand explains in “Atlas Shrugged,” The aristocracy of money is replaced by the aristocracy of “pull,” of influence. It is no longer what you know, but who you know.
Ayn Rand had it right– but sort of by accident. Rand claims the collectivists are immoral. She is an atheist. She claims it is self-evident. Look at Obama and his followers. Apparently not self evident.
They compete for favors and political advantage, and all becomes politics. It is at it’s root immoral and evil. Bill Clinton famously said that his personal life didn’t matter. Evil doesn’t matter? Forest Gump famously said—“stupid is as stupid does”
Evil is as Evil does.