China knows how to deal with Koranimals
Steven Crowder of louderwithcrowder.com gives his take on Obama’s so-called “poverty summit” at Georgetown University. He makes some interesting observations and counters the typical redistributive socialist crap that the Marxist in the White House is dispensing; identifying those he shares half of his ethnicity with as the ticket to the destruction of America’s representative government.
He addresses the Obama decree that anyone who has more than $300 thousand dollars has more money than they or their family would be able to spend and should therefore give it to the government to redistribute to lazy hood rats that want to sit and watch Oprah all day and have multiple kids, all with a different father. The absurdity of rewarding bad behavior on the part of both parents is not lost on Crowder.
The video was originally over twelve minutes in length. I cut it down to less than three minutes to make it a little more user-friendly. If you’re interested in viewing the original, click here.
Obama says there’s a fairness issue, that it is unfair for people to keep what they’ve worked hard to build, attacking the basic fundamental protections to the right to acquire property enshrined in our both our Declaration of Independence and the Constitution. Those people who they’ve never met, including the dregs of society, somehow deserve, solely as a consequence of their existence, half of our stuff or more. Not because they’ve done anything to create it or deserve it, but simply because our dictator decrees it to be so.
He also takes justified exception to Obama’s portrayal of successful people as “lottery winners,” undeserving of their success and having contributed nothing to it. As a career-sponge, Obama might not understand what it’s like to actually work for a living, and to the extent he’s had to earn the money he’s being paid now in crafting America’s destruction, he may have had a rude awakening when he became America’s illegitimate faux-president. Working long days, seven days a week, in pursuit of success is the antipathy of winning the lottery.
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