Sunday, 27 February 2011

The Noise Of American Probosci

"In Denver, Colo., Leland Robinson, a gay, black tea-party activist and entrepreneur who criticized teachers’ unions at a capitol rally, was told by white labor supporters to "get behind that fence where you belong.”"
Michelle Malkin cites many more such examples (some worse) of recent gratuitous and obscene incivility from the Left in Wisconsin. Far more disgusting however, is their parasitic principle of demanding - and in public - that the State mine other people for the extraction, liquidation and transfer of value to them. The same criticism can of course be made of many incorporated entities also.
"The state is the great fiction by which everybody seeks to live at the expense of everybody else."
- Frederic Bastiat.

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