I like this situation of the two cows in the hands different political economic thinkers. From my perspective, I see the two cows a little different under Democrat. During those years, I did not feel guilty. I was not monetarily rich, but I was able to support myself. I did think it was the government’s top priority to get people out of destitution, because I cared in the wrong way. Therefore, I did vote for people who believed in heavier taxation to keep and grow entitlements. Now as I grow as a Republican conservative, I see the errors of my liberal Democratic thinking. The situation of the two cows come out the best under the Republican political economic thinker.
Really now, what accomplishments can the Obama administration really tout other than the demise of Bin Laden under the President’s watch? The administration cannot even tout the Affordable Care Act. For the time being and until the Obama camp can come up with a spin, the administration will not be touting it, because of the tax nature through which the Affordable care act received its constitutionality.
The Obama camp can only go on the attack against Mitt Romney by trying to discredit his Bain Capital business dealings as the most evil against the working man. Well, the above comparison lists are rather telling and do their part to puts things into the proper perspective. Romney and Bain are not evil by doing the free market thing through investing private money into businesses, while the Obama administration did the government (Socialist way is best) thing by investing taxpayer money into solar/green energy businesses that went bankrupt and helped to push our downed economy further into the ground. Well to my surprise, according to a couple of polls. the Bain attacks are not hurting Mitt Romney.
When I started reading the numerous postings of a black female conservative blogger, I grew to see the Republican Party in its true light. The GOP is not perfect, but then neither is the Democratic Party. The racial prejudice tag continues to dog the Republican Party, while with main stream media assistance, racial prejudice goes unchallenged in the Democratic Party. You can be sure that the Obama presidential re-election campaigners will be promoting the racists Republicans into the stratosphere in 2012.
Family members in the generation ahead of me also firmly believed the Republicans were the party of the well off and against the everyday working person. The following is a primer to dispel these kinds of misconceptions about the Republican Party. Those on the liberal/leftist side in the pro socialist camp, take heed to the mention of Fascism, and Nazis socialists connections.
Oh, what to make of this liberal, leftist groundswell to occupy Wall Street! All this solidarity! I heard the word, solidarity mostly used with socialist and communist spoutings. It is spreading to cities across the country. Some are just angry at the wealthy getting wealthier during these downed economic times. Some are saying this is the liberal leftist answer to the right-wing TEA Party. Some are not only protesting against those on the right, but the Obama administration, due to being too timid with those deemed the rich fat cats. Listen to actress and Occupy Wall Street protester, Susan Sarandon. And then, there are some who really do not know why they are there. They joined in, because they like seeing young people rising up and coming together, but cannot tell you exactly why there is a rising up and a coming together.
I hear on the local Philly urban talk radio station which is the only talk station that promotes liberal leftist perspectives in the city and the surrounding areas, excitement from some of the talks show hosts. They really think the Occupy Wall Street crowd and occupiers in other cities are showing the right-wing and wealthy crowd that they are coming out swinging to do class warfare. I wonder, out of all the protesters I see on TV, who is registered to vote?
Unlike the TEA Party gatherings, there is a destructive mob mentality with the Occupy whatever/wherever folks. I saw enough on TV and on Internet video using foul language to express their political beliefs. Those who know why they are protesting are pretty much anti-capitalism. I heard a few say they are socialists/communists. I wonder how that makes some of the old guard Democrats feel about the socialist/communist connection I wonder how do those on the Democratic side feel about some of the leftist occupiers protesting the Obama administration! I leave you with this video and this video with Andrew Breitbart. You will see some cannot tell you why they are protesting, while others use a weak generality and then others let you know they are anti-capitalism and pro socialism/communism.