The Smallest Minority on earth is the individual. Those who deny individual rights cannot claim to be defenders of minorities. - Ayn Rand
I'll try to remember, this weekend, to put a Che hat on a picture of him.
That says it all, right there.
"We should own the refineries. Then we can control how much gets out into the market."
The real fear of the totalitarian left is the fear of there being anything they don't control.
Guys, don't forget.
Neither system is better or worse than the other.
Fascism/Communism and Capitalism are just different, and they're essentially identical to .....
OK, I can't do it with a straight face.
The big problem with Fascist-Communists is that they *think* they understand Economics, but only in the same way a bank-robber thinks he understands Finace...
The worst part is this, we aren't getting rid of those pests.
We can't vote them out (for many, and obvious reasons), and even if they are, they'll be replaced with someone who is either facile in their "solution" or maybe even worse than the predecessor. Voting just doesn't work, and the populace is too stupid to know the sham that's being perpetrated unto them.
Tar and feathers is what this is coming to.
The Gottlieb-Tartaro Report
An Insiders Guide for Gun Owners
Rep. Maurice Hinchey (D-NY) pleaded no contest Jan. 5 to a charge of carrying a loaded handgun in his baggage at Washington National Airport and was given a "suspended imposition of sentence."
Hinchey's lawyer, David Lenefsky, said, "We did not plead guilty to anything because we had no intent to violate any statute."
Lenefsky said that by his plea Hinchey acknowledged the hand gun was his and that he had a license to carry it in New York, but not in Virginia.
"The handgun was inadvertently in a piece of luggage I took from my upstate New York home when I drove back to Washington for the late-November congressional session, and it was still in that piece of unopened luggage on Dec. 1 when I decided to fly back to New York, "Hinchey said in a statement.
Hinchey, who voted for the anti-gun Brady Bill, appeared before Judge Joseph Gwaltney in a county district court. The judge's slap-on-the-wrist ruling means sentencing was suspended and will be lifted automatically in a year. You know what would have happened if it had been you instead of a Congressman -you'd get out of prison sometime in the Twenty-Third Century.
I'm shocked, shocked I tell you!
Another of the Anointed!