Some Tough Questions for the Left – in Pictures

You tell the Right that this nation would never arrest people as political prisoners:


So you say the U.S. government will never put American citizens on trains (as in, to the concentration camps):


OK, we already did.  But you say the U.S. military will never shoot civilians, especially women and children:


Have you noticed that the Congress has been passing gun control laws, but they and the rest of the government’s officials are exempt from those laws?  Do you know who else did that?


And have you seen the video of Obama announcing those laws while surrounded by children?  Well, at least no one else has ever used that technique before:


Do you remember President Obama telling you he was going to build a “civilian military force,” as equally well armed and trained as the U.S. Military?  Well, we have it now.  It’s called the DHS:


But even after all of this, you tell me I am paranoid for worrying about gun control.  Really?  Have you stopped to look at the people Obama is historically aligned with on this issue?


Do you know what is special about the second group in that picture?



But you say Obama isn’t a Marxist:


And that you still refuse to think Obama could possibly be as dangerous as any of these men?  OK, then explain this:




Well, excuse me, but:


Now, about that “progressive” personal income tax:


11 thoughts on “Some Tough Questions for the Left – in Pictures

  1. Are you seriously calling Obama a socialist?
    1. He hasn’t collectivised the means of production
    2. He hasn’t organized the workers
    3. He hasn’t seized the property of the bourgeoisie

    • Utah said:

      As with almost everything else, things change and as they do the definitions should change to match them. When this definition of socialism was coined, to own and central plan an economy actually meant that a government had to have ownership of the “means of production” which would have been the physical raw materials, manufacturing facilities and employ the people. Today, as we have shifted away from the need for many of these physical means of “production” and toward more of an electronic society, the “means of production” has come to be more related to capital and fungible currency than a smokestack. If you control the flow of money, it is not necessary to own the physical assets because you can control the asset through money flow. I call this “checkbook socialism”.

      Or maybe you would prefer him to be called an “economic fascist”.

        • It always amazed me that people like Karl, the dictatorship of the proletariat crowd, only think that behaviors of those that THEY disagree with will be restricted or changed…but by the time they realize that limits are also put on them, it is too late. When a government starts defining how much income they can retain, it is a short trip to telling them what they can do to make it and then how they have to live. One inch of liberty given up is an inch that can never be recovered…without revolution.

    • Well, if you check out his Executive Order on Rural Councils….he can take any land he so wishes to…all he has to say is you are not using it in a manner that helps the nation….and any one of his minions in his administration can come onto your land and remove you from it and take possession of it…..he needs to disarm the people before he can actually do it because he knows he will meet resistance…!

      • On March 16, 2012, on the White House’s own website under National Defense Resources Preparedness, particularly Sec, 801 (e) of the Executive Order, it defines Food Resources as:
        “……… all commodities and products, (simple, mixed, or compound), or complements to such commodities or products, that are capable of being ingested by either human beings or animals, irrespective of other uses to which such commodities or products may be put, at all stages of processing from the raw commodity to the products thereof in vendible form for human or animal consumption. “Food resources” also means potable water packaged in commercially marketable containers, all starches, sugars, vegetable and animal or marine fats and oils, seed, cotton, hemp, and flax fiber, but does not mean any such material after it loses its identity as an agricultural commodity or agricultural product.”

        And under 104 (d)(2), why is there even a discussion of international competitiveness in the same paragraph as national defense? Is that like having people work to support a police state when there’s really no imminent emergency; they just keep us believing there’s one?

    • Does that mean that you need to wait until it’s all in place before someone has to tell you “I told you so?”

      The clock is ticking, it’s 11:30, and you’re still asking questions?

      God help us.

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