Just Let Me -- G -- Indoctrinate You!

Wednesday, October 12, 2011

It's the Freedom to Make It or Break It Kind of Thing

Dear America,

the condition of being free from restraints

liberty of the person from slavery, oppression, or incarceration

political independence

possession of civil rights; immunity from the arbitrary exercise of authority

exemption from unpleasant or onerous conditions

the capacity to exercise choice: free will

-- all found in the American Heritage Dictionary --

and THIS is just the beginning; this is just the start of the discussion of freedom and liberty for all.

You know what freedom looks like?

You know what freedom feels like?

You know what freedom sounds like?

Freedom, in and of itself, is a full spectrum of ideals and experiences unique to each and every one of us. We just know when we're feeling it, loving it and living the dream in it and when we are not.

As the Occupy Wall Street protestors live on to ring in another day of chanting, 'this is what democracy looks like' -- I would like to think that most of us watching the spectacle are just thinking to ourselves, ah, like, no.

The protestors seem quite keen on explaining and protecting their personal freedoms (even if the convoluted message as to the why gets totally lost in the crowd) -- but just how is it possible that these freedom-lovin', bull-horn tootin', loquacious libertarians can't seem to grasp the incredible and incalculable essential missing link?

WE CANNOT TAKE THE FREEDOM FROM ONE PERSON SIMPLY TO GIVE IT TO ANOTHER. America was not designed that way; while the free market doesn't work that way; and this goes without saying, it is not a commodity to trade, give, sell, lose, or barter in any way.  You just wouldn't know it by looking at us right now, now would you?

The protestors seem quite keen on believing that their personal freedom should be shored up, building their rationale upon what seems right and fair in their favor -- but the freedom marker stops right there.  Wall Street, however -- and anyone connected to those dirty, greedy bastards -- should have their freedom cut off at the knees.  &*$% 'em.   Lock 'em all up... or how about this one...something to the effect of  'let's just eat them' [oh and you doubt me?  go here].

and I bet you all wouldn't hurt a flee...probably escort spiders on a magic magazine carpet to safely shoo them out the door...dripping of sweetness and light protecting the dolphins, the whales, that special lizard found only in the northwest quadrant of Texas...  but look out when it comes to certain fellow human beings, real people with a heart beat, a mom, and perhaps a family of their own.  sure, ya love your guns and ammo then, now doncha?

ya know, this just might run counter to what you all assume to be the truth of conservatives everywhere and often -- and directing my thoughts to the roaring props for peace with the rising socialist sun -- but I want you to have your freedom just as much as my own.

I want that for you.
I want you to be happy, healthy, inspired in your daily life to earn a living and grow your own -- whether that is a family, a company, a hedge fund, or a garden of weed(s).  I want that for you. DO you want that for me -- and for all the rest of us you share this land?

Peaceful protests are apart of the fabric of our lives, our history, giving us a snapshot to look back on and say, this is what democracy looks like (then); there is that.

But just think about what you are saying. Think about the hypocrisy underwriting the very platform for which you chant.  Currently, your so-called organic movement is being funded and supplied and made possible with the very money/organization of which you want to annihilate and beat into the ground.   yeah, just move on dot org, nothing to see here...

We could start with the biggest ingrate in the world, George Soros -- given that his brilliant liberal ass made billions off of playing with other people's money and investments, destroying currency, and building up a left-wing empire off of the beauty of the free market, using Wall Street all the way.  We could start there.

But I am having too good of a morning to go there, to dwell on the new King George, any further than that.

Are these kids really that dumb?  Are they really that ignorant of the hand that's played them (the youth) over and over and over again?  Are they really that incapable of connecting all the dots?

As my link above outlines a certain level of absurdity -- given the context of 'we are, after all, dealing with America here'  -- Alex Newman's first sentence says it all:

"Labor unions, communists, “community organizers,” socialists, and anti-capitalist agitators have all joined together to “Occupy Wall Street” and protest against “greed,” corporations, and bankers."
since when has the majority of every day Americans been okay with this "fundamental transformation" -- akin to socialists, communists, anti-capitalists in any way?  just how could even one democrat in office think these kids have their head on straight, endorsing them to carry on [thanks bloomberg], as if deserving to be enshrined in perpetuity as the voice of reason? [God bless 'em, right, Nance...]

Thinking this "redistribution" thing all the way through, is that really where we want to go?

Let me ask you -- picturing a brand new socialist regime ....even more hard core than the one we've got now, if you can imagine that -- would we have more or less personal freedom?

it's a simple question.

If we let "the protestors" have there way and let "Wall Street" -- "Bankers, in general, and many in particular" -- and all evil corporations large and small --  extinguish into thin air -- what kind of real world would we have, besides the spontaneous combustion of total chaos?

Nancy Pelosi has already pulled in over a half a million dollars from Wall Street since the last election; while it has been reported, that Obama has made more money from Wall Street than any other politician over the last twenty years!  Hold up ...let me find some back up for you...here you go.  Here's even more.

ahh sunshine on my shoulders DOES make me happy.

is a philosophy of failure, 
the creed of ignorance, 
and the gospel of envy, 
it's inherent virtue 
is the equal sharing of misery."  

Winston Churchill

and worse,
it feels like slavery,
while to the naked eye,
it looks like 
Occupy Wall Street 
but on steroids,
and smells like
the freedom
to live,
but in ruin

just G

"...Eisenhower built the Interstate Highway System.  Previous generations built the Hoover Dam.  Our researchers developed the Internet.  These people didn’t make it on their own who are now in Silicon Valley.  The reason they’re successful is not only because of their extraordinary work, but it’s because they’re building on the collective effort of America.

Nobody makes it on their own.  That’s what this country is about.  We have always been a land of opportunity and self-reliance and rugged individualism, but we’ve also looked after each other.  We’ve also said we’re in it together..."
Barack Obama,
remarks at a DNC event,
designed to reel in the money...
where it comes from, who really cares, right?

"Nobody makes it on their own. That's what this country is about."  nobody.
so on that note -- tomorrow -- we just might have to start there.

Make it a Good Day, G

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