I’m Having a Galt Moment

May 24, 2008

Filed under: Old Posts — John Galt @ 1:44 am

Ok, I admit it I’m grumpy. Agitated. Freaking steamed.

The “Ms. Maxine Waters” moment first triggered a furious reaction inside my system between vomit, revulsion and then pounding my head into the wall until my forehead is a bleeding mess.

Then of course I catch wind of Representative Retardo er Kanjorski’s (D-PA) idea of “Reasonable Profits Board” outlined in HR 5800.

I can’t make you act.

I can’t teach anyone how to vote.

I can yell at the top of my lungs and scream about the outrageous efforts to confiscate the hard work and profits of corporations and individuals.

But few listen outside of the exceptional audience of the Q-Files.

So be it. Get ready gang. The wealthy will leave. They will go on strike. The government will achieve nirvana and think they can manage and run everything.

Soon.

Say buy-bye to America.

Say hello to 1861.

2 Comments »

  1. The remarks from Ms. Waters show a certain amount of desparation in regards to a government that has lost control of this economy as a whole.Comment by Chewy — May 24, 2008 @ 9:29 pm
  2. The entitlement mentality is so entrenched that this nation is ripe for a more socialistic society than already exists. And the current socialist society is much more advanced than is generally perceived. Inwardly I weep for my country with inner tears, fueled by the realization that this grand experiment with freedom is gone and is in process of being replaced with the failed policies that have virtually guaranteed continual breakdown of society and the work ethic so necessary for an advancing, truly progressive society. Farewell America.Comment by Dave — May 28, 2008 @ 8:22 am
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