The United States of America, Inc.

What is a Democrat? I’ll tell you what he is. He’s a seven-year-old unleashed at the mall with your wallet. You tell him before he goes in what you expect him to buy with your money and then you come back later to see how he did. I’ll tell you what he did. That seven-year-old did better than just spend all your money. He not only spent all the money in the wallet, he also maxed out all your credit cards. Then he applied for credit in every store at the mall after which he maxed out every credit line every store extended. He’s got a whole lot of stuff! He gave most of the stuff away. Some he threw away because it wasn’t what he thought he was buying. Some of it was stolen and some just went bad.

Okay, so obviously we can’t take the credit card away from the seven-year-old. We tried that and all the other shoppers at the mall voted no. It turns out that they like the seven-year-old. He gives them free stuff—stuff that he paid for on credit—credit you’ll have to make good on one of these days. So the seven-year-old gets to keep the credit card, and he gets to stay at the mall. Hey everyone! They’re having a party in the food court. Orange Julius for everyone! You’re paying for it. You might as well go have one.

I spent some time listening to Bill Whittle’s plan—the pay for everything twice plan. I love Bill Whittle; I think that usually he makes a lot of sense. I love most of his ideas. I love his private enterprise space program. But they’re already doing it. It’s called Space-x. Okay Bill is adamantly advocating strict adherence to the law. He counsels everyone to absolutely obey every law, pay those taxes. Don’t engage in civil disobedience. Do what you’re told and don’t stick your neck out. Here’s the video:

Please understand I look up to Bill Whittle. He’s good people and he makes sense 99% of the time. He’s that kind sensible conservative that people feel comfortable and safe with. Me? I’m a hothead and there’s no doubt about it. Governor Romney is also a kind and sensible conservative. Risk averse is the term I believe you used, Bill? Risk averse. Romney never once really attacked. He nipped here and there. He feinted once or twice, but he never once really went for the jugular. I was waiting for it. I was waiting for the grown man in the room to school the child about Benghazi, to scold the child about Fast & Furious. But like Bill Whittle said, there’s no sense spending time talking about might-have-beens and crying over spilled milk.

Mr. Whittle, your plan doesn’t solve the problem. You’re feeding steak to the wolves at the door while tossing scraps to the wife and kids. Sorry Bill I call ‘em like I see ‘em. I’m not risk averse. You hate these guys as much as I do, these barbarians, these thugs, these small virtueless totalitarian Hitler Mini-Me’s. Your plan Mr. Whittle—and please correct me if I’m wrong—is to voluntarily submit to these vampires and offer up your daily liter of blood. Meanwhile you suggest we eat lots of Flintstones chewables and drink plenty of water? Sorry for the sarcasm but your plan isn’t a battle plan it’s a surrender plan. Every sensible American should be doing everything he can to cut expenses and also income to the bone. Barter whenever and wherever you can. Heckle a reporter. Turn your mailbox around backwards. Put out the Not Welcome mat. Cut the heads off your roses and sharpen the thorns!

Read the entire post at Vantage Point of the One-Eyed Jack


3 thoughts on “The United States of America, Inc.

  1. I watched the entire Whittle pitch. I read the entire One-Eyed Jack posting. Can you believe that I agreed with both of them? That’s not easy. Whittle’s bedrock principles and One-Eyed Jack’s bedrock principles both amount to SURVIVAL during the sinking of the Titanic. Both agree the Titanic is sinking.

    In the meantime, parents must improvise to get their children an education. Also, parents must put food on the table and a roof overhead. The half that are still asleep below deck have voted for the government to fund and define these necessities. But the conscious half want to be self-reliant and independent and will use ingenuity to accomplish these tasks on their own terms.

    The issue on which I agree a little more with Whittle is the necessity of obeying the law with exactness. This is necessary to remain free of government interference in your ingenious schemes. I fear One-Eyed Jack will find that his best efforts at survival will catch the attention of government watchdogs, and drones will be deployed and remain at the ready for signs of resistance.

    Alexander William Doniphan is quoted as saying, “OBEDIENCE TO LAW IS LIBERTY.” Under Whittle’s plan, Whittle’s liberty is probably a little more secure.

    Posted by Linus | November 8, 2012, 6:28 pm
  2. It is going to get more and more difficult to find ways to survive.

    Posted by Cucciolo | November 14, 2012, 11:28 am

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