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Democratic Party: Now a Party for Royalty?

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President Barack Obama raised $86 million last quarter in fundraising- and over 40% of that was from bundlers. Twenty-seven big-donor bundlers each collected more than $500,000 in contributions- the list of these donors demonstrates that Obama finds most of his support with celebrities and the well-connected. Another 200 people scooped up tens or hundreds of thousands of dollars each in contributions for the president, collectively amounting to at least $35 million, and these ranks are filled with lawyers and lobbyists.

You see, the Democrat Party has increasingly become a divided party- super rich politically connected elites who have already made their wealth, and those who they want to control. It is a party of elites who deliver goods to others and others who receive goods from elites- the modern day Democratic Party has become exactly the sort of thing that our nation rebelled against.

This probably explains why the ‘Tea-Party’ movement has exploded and is marked by symbols and discussions of our founding- the direction that the Democratic Party has lurched under Obama and Pelosi and the other liberal Democrats is a direction that goes directly against the traditional nature of our nation and attacks everything that our nation was born into.

The modern-day Democratic Party seeks to rule over us as lords and nobility- for our own good, we are told. But they are not lords and nobility- those don’t exist in America- and so they need to take this following advice from Billy Hollis in his post Eat my peas? Screw you, Obama – I’m not a child for you to raise:

  • We need to be responsible for our own retirement. We don’t need to be treated like children who don’t understand the value of money, can’t see the future, and don’t have the self-discipline to save.
  • We need to be responsible for our own healthcare. We don’t need to be treated like children who must be told what to eat, when to exercise, and what treatment they are to get when they are sick, without any thought to how to pay for it.
  • We need to be responsible for our own businesses. The vast majority of business owners are adult enough to know what safety precautions to take, and what accounting standards to use. The small minority that doesn’t understand safety should have their butts sued off and lose their businesses when they are negligent. The tiny minority that commits accounting fraud should be put in prison.
  • We need to be responsible for our property. That starts with allowing us to keep our own money, and spend it as we like. It also implies some stability that is not currently in evidence, so that we don’t lose huge sums in real estate and stock investments because of governmental incompetence and cronyism with the executives of large companies.
  • We need to be more responsible for our own safety. Sure, there’s always a need for law enforcement, but it can’t be the first resort for personal safety. Any law enforcement that could do that would be indistinguishable from a police state. Therefore, we need the right to buy, possess, and use the weapons that provide that safety.
  • We need to be responsible for raising our own children. We need to have more influence over their education, and we particularly need to stop wasting our time reversing the indoctrination they suffer at the hands of the educational bureaucracy.
  • We need to be responsible for treating other people appropriately. If we are stupid or obnoxious in our treatment of others, we need to suffer social consequences, not legal ones.
Original Post:  A Conservative Teacher
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  • http://www.hookersandbooze.com LC Aggie Sith

    Liberals have made sure to teach to this new voting generation that they ARE children that need to be taken care of by the government. Years of public school indoctrination and media enforcement, along with parents who didn’t see/ understand/ ignored the dangers contributed greatly to this dependent class.

  • http://easternright.com Karen Howes

    Nanny-statism is a horrible thing. As C.S. Lewis observed, it would be better to live under robber barons than omnipotent moral busybodies. The latter will “torment us without end, for they do so with the approval of their own conscience.”

  • http://www.ldjackson.net LD Jackson

    It is sad that our country has drifted so far that so many people believe the liberties for which we fight need to be controlled, so that we do not “hurt” ourselves. So many people do not want to take personal responsibility for their actions. It is much easier to blame the government or someone else.

  • http://americaswatchtower.com Steve Dennis

    The Democrat leadership has this arrogant, condescending attitude; they are statists who feel they know what is best for us. I never thought of this as a nobility attitude before, but that certainly sums up their mentality perfectly.

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