7 Questions For Millennials Who Embrace Socialism

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7 Questions For Millennials Who Embrace Socialism

In the past several years it seems that socialism (the ever-increasing control of a strong central government over the means of production and distribution) has become much more appealing to younger people in the United States. Many now proudly call themselves socialists.

So, since socialism (including its more tyrannical forms: communism, fascism, nazism) has become more appealing to young people in the United States today, I have a few serious questions to ask them. These questions are to incite serious thought, not invectives or slogans or platitudes (which is what I get in response much of the time when I have debated committed socialists). Kindly think about these questions, and if you think it is worth it, pass them on to your friends.

7 Questions For Millennials Who Embrace Socialism



“Liberalism does not improve the lives of the majority. It improves the lives of the elites. It improves the lives of the chosen, the selected few who are acknowledged to be at the upper strata of society. It is they who are taken care of; everybody else experiences worsened and declining existences.” -Rush

Reason TV Talks To DNC Conventioneers About “Choice”


Even my kids were stunned at the hypocrisy in this video! Children! Which makes it kind of sad in a way – if even kids understand how unreasonable the explanations are, why can’t these adults?

Here’s how the VodkaPundit described it, quite fittingly!

Stunning, jaw-dropping, belly-laugh-inducing hypocrisy on display at the DNC.

via Vodkapundit » Vile Progs Being Vile.

Thanks for the video go to: iOwnTheWorld.com » Blog Archive » Reason TV Talks To DNC Conventioneers About “Choice”


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Liberals hate …

A great article over on RWN, with a good definition of Liberal ideology.  Here’s a taste!

"Liberals hate real Americans that work and accomplish and achieve and believe in God." — Robin Hayes


Politics is about ideologies to me, not so much about candidates.  The candidates are supposed to represent the ideologies of the party.  Things like race, gender, age – those things are irrelevant, or should be, in the political race.  I am categorically opposed to Liberalism because I disagree with their ideologies.  I am, for the record, committed to Conservatism because its ideology closely matches my own personal beliefs. 

In a nutshell, this is how I define them:

  • Conservatism – Government of the people, by the people, for the people. 
  • Liberalism – Government of the people, by the government, for the government. 
  • Conservatism – Government getting out of your way so you can live your life how you best see fit.
  • Liberalism – Government telling you what you can do, when you can do it, and how you can do it, as it best sees fit. 
  • Conservatism – Letting you keep most of the money you worked hard to earn.
  • Liberalism – Taking most of the money you earn so it can give it to others who will vote for more government.
  • Conservatism – Being responsible for yourself.
  • Liberalism – Making the government responsible for you.

Government is not our parent, it is not our master.  Its job is not to take care of us, that’s our job, to take care of ourselves.  It’s not the government’s job to provide for you – that’s our job.  Government is supposed to be our servant. 


My reading of history convinces me that most bad government results from too much government.
Thomas Jefferson

That government is best which governs the least, because its people discipline themselves.
Thomas Jefferson



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