Rip it up!

One of my high school classmates, a pretty woman but a rip-roarin’ liberal, shared this picture from the Lost Kos:

And my response is, yes, please, please! shred that social contract! Tear it all to pieces! Why should those of us who work hard for a living have the government take food off of our tables to feed people who won’t work?

The social contract to which the esteemed Mr Moyers refers is one which has enabled millions of able-bodied people to sit on their lazy asses, with a roofs over their heads, food on their tables, cars in their driveways, cell phones in their pockets, and cable for their televisions, while the rest of us have to work harder, for less, so that those able-bodied people can keep doing that! The fact that we are basically importing Mexicans to do what are entry-level, low-skill jobs tells us that those able-bodied Americans could work, but won’t work.

18 Comments

  1. Show me where the “Social Contract” that Progressives (actual regressive to that of a one year old child who is dependent on adults for everything) so love to make a dependent (as in will always vote for those who promise more goodies) is in the Constitution.

  2. Two other things bug me. Progressives are always talking about the Enviroment and show a concern for wild animals. Wild animals once they raise their offspring, release them to the wild to fend for themselves. (Think the NJ Brat suing her parents). I pay a lot in taxes to support Public Education. This education is supposed to prepare the under 18 dependents for the future. Why do I then have to pay for those who squandered that opportunity to have me pay for their sorry asses on welfare.

    And a bonus third, where is health insurance in the Constitution? And for those with steam coming out of their ears saying we could use all that military money for welfare, well, support the military is in the Constitution. Sorry, but you will have to do the work and find it.

  3. Bill Moyers was LBJ’s press secretary and has the blood of thousands of Americans killed and wounded in Vietnam on his hands, he’s the one who lied about the Gulf of Tonkin incident, and he’s the one who stood up at the WH podium and made one excuse after another for the serial escalation of US troops sent into that killing zone.

    Moyers was also the WH official who ordered the removal of the bubble top from JFK’s limo on November 22, 1963 in Dallas Texas. Ask yourself what business the Vice President’s press secretary had involving himself in making arrangements to expose the President to sniper fire. Then scroll up and take a look at the face of evil.

  4. Moyers is a self-impressed, elitist left wing PIG! That evil look on his face is the look of a guy who wants to be Orwell’s Big Brother.

  5. Mr. Editor, it just ain’t right to link us to that site. That said, the slimy un-American pinko notes your comment:

    The social contract to which the esteemed Mr Moyers refers is one which has enabled millions of able-bodied people to sit on their lazy asses, with a roofs over their heads, food on their tables, cars in their driveways, cell phones in their pockets, and cable for their televisions, while the rest of us have to work harder, for less, so that those able-bodied people can keep doing that!

    Then, as usual, totally ignores the fact that you have shown in the past that what you say is true by providing government statistics on home ownership, car ownership, refrigerator, air conditioning, cell phone, computer and more ownership by these so-called poor. We have all seen Walter William’s articles on the same. He then states, and I quote: “Though challenged on this alleged fact many times, The Editor, Dana Pico, has never provided evidence for this gross assumption.”

    You have provided evidence and I’m sure you could again but why bother when it seems no evidence is enough evidence. Now this fool can go around “demanding” evidence of this or that but I would say: Hey ass-hole, look around. Any idiot can see when these so-called poor are buying cigarettes, booze, drugs, $200 sneakers, gold chains and a whole lot more unnecessary shit, why do you insist we owe them a living?

    If this commie idiot needs “evidence” to prove what observation and experience shows us daily then he is too far gone to be helped.

    By the way, I’ve been told by a Romanian that the poverty line in Romania in American dollars is about $5200 a year. So Moyer’s a damn liar and so is the resident comrade. They are NOT comparing the same thing. Do those in poverty in Romania own homes, cars, cell phones, computers etc., etc. as those here do? NO! There is no comparison , kiddo. And part of the reason Romania’s poor is because they’re still trying to pull themselves up from the depravity of communism, the same communism these two nut jobs are directing us toward.

    But if comrades Moyer and Perry are correct, we can save a shit load of money by sending those on welfare to Romania. I’m all for that. And you can send the two comrades with them.

  6. Dana, as regards Perry’s “Site”, please, let’s keep the pig shit in the pig sty where it belongs. There’s no need to shovel it over here. Perry’s bilge is literally a case of plopping a turd in the punchbowl. Indeed, why not just abolish his site entirely? By letting it continue, you’re not only rewarding a freeloading mooch, but a mooch who would burn your house down if he got the chance.

  7. Hube, don’t be so hard on Perry he’s a communist not an anarchist. He wouldn’t burn down Dana’s house, he’d steal it in the name of inequality of course. Along with Dana’s bank account, retirement account, investments, assets and then send Dana and his family to re-education camps.

    But burn down Dana’s house? Not while it’s useful to “the state”.

    I can visualize a true believer like comrade Perry at the front of a long line of conservative subversive Americans with a riding crop in his hand directing some to the right and the gas chamber and some to the left and the labor camp. Then retiring each evening to his gated home and loving family to have a nice glass of stolen brandy and thinking what a great job he’s doing for AmeriKa. Just like Eichmann.

  8. Hube, I too call him Bill Moyer because the “s” indicates the plural and the thought of more than one of him is repellant.

  9. I was watching the News this morning. Instead of using Diblasio’s name for the Commie in charge of NYC, they referred to him as Oblasio since he parroted the same words and party line of BO’s on Income Inequity, unfairness, and all the Leftist marxist buzz words for them against us, and “us” is getting screwed. Hey Oblasio, give all your money away first as a good example.

  10. “I can visualize a true believer like comrade Perry at the front of a long line of conservative subversive Americans with a riding crop in his hand directing some to the right and the gas chamber and some to the left and the labor camp. Then retiring each evening to his gated home and loving family to have a nice glass of stolen brandy and thinking what a great job he’s doing for AmeriKa. Just like Eichmann.”

    The individual mandate is fascism. Perry is in favor of it. He is in favor of it , as he admitted on Dana’s site, precisely because of the cost shifting burden it imposes on others; and in his case, as he also admitted, because of the benefit he expected it to bring to his daughter. It therefore requires no extrapolation to conceive of the son-of-bitch as a self-serving fascist enemy of liberty, who wishes to impose onerous liberty killing burdens he never had to experience, on innocent others, and recognizes no intrinsic moral limits in doing so.

    This dog presumes that your life belongs to him? On what basis?

    There is no moral fellowship between the fascist or the collectivist on the one hand, and the free man on the other. Because their aims are irreconcilable and antithetical in principle, they can only be what in politics and society are termed enemies; for there is no way to compromise with someone whose determination is to take an in-principle unlimited position of control over your life.

    Social compact? How can there be a moral contract then between men and these termite-wannabes?

    This brings us back to Eric’s constant refrain: “Rather than complain, what is to be done?”

    1. Going Galt, the conceit of libertarians, will not and cannot work. It impoverishes your own life while leaving the momentum with the collectivist who knows no moral limits or boundaries himself. In world where every square foot of earth is mapped in detail, where cameras see through houses, where the law can control what food stuffs may be grown on your own property, and where the fascist social solidarity and sacrifice legal predicate has been enshrined in statute, the notion of refraining or holding back is simply comical. You don’t get to demur and refrain from participation. “Failure to denounce” or participate, is a crime in itself in the Perry Hood system of social control.

    2. People are already doing valuable things. Join up. Starting Universities, and schools is one and has been ongoing for some years now. And we know how grievously those projects rend the soulless souls of the collectivist. Hospitals would probably be another place to start. The majority of Catholic hospitals, run by leftist-infiltrated and subverted religious orders won’t do anymore. But that does not mean that new ones cannot be started.

    One instructive phenomenon I was unaware of until recently is that Catholics have been starting private non-diocesan Catholic schools. If the bishops are occasionally themselves subversives intent on undermining the Catholic faith from within, the laity in some instances seem to have decided that they would run schools on what they consider to be a sound doctrinal basis outside of the usual framework. That way, when say, the homosexual bureaucrat in charge (Rembert Weakland for instance), is sued by his seminarian lover, and begins to pillage the diocesan coffers in order to pay damages, the education of 2nd graders is not put at risk.

    In addition, and on another note entirely, genetic medicine probably holds the promise of gutting the “justificatory” core right out of the collectivist rotten apple. Of course easy access to contraceptives has not done much to end abortion.

    3. We will have to do in respect to intrusive governments infested by collectivist non-men, what our ancestors did to protect themselves from casual social predation – make use of private civil institutions which can exclude these types yet render significant support to their voluntary members. We know these institutions have been targeted by the left for years, but many of them had already – in my opinion – degenerated from their original serious purposes into beer drinking fraternities for the stupid.

    4. Tell it like it is socially, whatever the cost. Leftists, and modern liberals have been doing this for years. We are now confronted with a fascism that has struck at the very heart and concept of political liberty; one that unlike social security, or Wickard v Filburn cannot be evaded or ignored, or minimized. Everyone you know and deal with must know your thinking on this matter and the implications of their personal complicity. No nervous laughter response at the party is allowed as adequate. Your friends are either in favor of fascism, or they are in favor of the individual man and those principles of self-governance and liberty all Americans once took for granted as their birthrights. I for one have had enough of “emotionally underwriting” the psychic well-being and presumption of good will and fellowship of acquaintances whose moral agenda is actually the destruction of everything that makes a political structure and social life worthwhile in the first place.

    There’s more, obviously, but those are the small things. I doubt that people who won’t tell their own brother-in-law or next door neighbor to go to hell, will have need of further suggestions, anyway.

  11. By the way, I don’t like and I don’t watch Fox News. I find the tone irritating, and hyperventilating excitability and emotionalism annoying in general. But you can see how the project has absolutely scalded the organisms of the left.

    The point: much of the question as to what to do, is already being done. Tom Monaghan and Roger Ailes, Ted Nugent and Charlton Heston have already stepped up.

  12. On a lighter note, I just looked again at the Ole Yap Digger’s web site and his puling posting. I clicked the link he provided to the Editor’s offending entry, and wound up … elsewhere.

    I almost feel guilty for feeling the negative way I do about a bumbler who, on occasion, unwittingly provides so much outstanding comic relief .

  13. 1. Going Galt, the conceit of libertarians, will not and cannot work.

    As a practical matter, probably not. The idea itself, as proposed by Ayn Rand, was brilliant, but more as a way of using fiction to make a point than as an actual, real world, plan of action. In the book, it required the heads of all of America’s major industries, steel, railroads, oil, coal, etc., to be willing to make a great personal sacrifice on behalf of principle. It could work, at some point in the future if things got much worse, but a more practical answer in such a scenario might simply be for individual states or groups of states to simply declare their independence and then dare the collectivists/central planners to do something about it.

  14. You don’t get to demur and refrain from participation. “Failure to denounce” or participate, is a crime in itself in the Perry Hood system of social control.

    To which I say “So what?” Commit the crime anyways and call it civil disobedience. This is part of what I’ve been saying. At some point, merely complaining about the collectivists becomes meaningless unless you are willing to take action, to take real risks, to defy them. No guts, no glory, and all of that.

  15. I doubt that people who won’t tell their own brother-in-law or next door neighbor to go to hell, will have need of further suggestions, anyway.

    Exactly one week ago, I did just that on Facebook against my left wing uncle. He was bragging up Obamacare, and I pointed out that my private insurance of 10 plus years had just been CANCELLED thanks to Obamacare. He tried to claim I was lying, at which point I very publicly called him a boot licking Obama toady and added that, if I wanted the government to control my health care decisions, I’d move to Cuba or Norh Korea, thank you very much. He didn’t like it and I didn’t care. The time for conservatives/libertarians to roll over and surrender in the name of “Being nice” is OVER!

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