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Monday, January 2, 2012
Fredd's so evil, he wants old people to die...
Yep, that's me. Can't stand old people. They should all just die. And don't make me come by and pick up the bodies, as that is simply a bother I can't stand to contemplate, as I have many evil doings in the works that I have to attend to, and don't need such distractions.
Of course, this is nonsense. All of this is the spin that most liberals would have everyone believe, when I suggest that the enormous transfer of wealth from the young to the old via the brute force of a huge and malevolent government is unsustainable. When I merely suggest this disastrous national policy needs change if we are to survive in the long run as founded, then the liberal long knives are flailing away at evil ol' Fredd. What a monster I am.
One liberal moonbat referred to a piece I wrote last September titled 'We all know old people are parasites, but what about teachers?' (http://freddsez.blogspot.com/2011/09/we-all-know-old-people-are-parasites.html). Of course the title is controversial on its face, and subsequently the moonbat takes that one sentence and runs with it, without reading a single word of the piece. Based on that one title, this numb nutted idiot declares me a 'sick (f-word)' and accordingly discredits any opinion coming from my evil keyboard as thoroughly wicked, insidious and malicious.
Old people and teachers are very well aware that they are the beneficiaries of a public largess over the last 75 years that is boundless, or at least if they are being honest with themselves. For me to suggest that this largess simply must end if we are to sustain our way of life as founded by the Constitution is not evil or uncaring. It is an inarguable fact. We can't continue to confiscate huge amounts of money from productive people and give it to unproductive people in perpetuity, especially when faced with a $15 TRILLION DOLLAR NATIONAL DEBT. To continue this transfer, we must borrow 40 cents of every dollar spent to keep it up.
We can't keep it up. It's impossible.
And of course saying this makes me an evil monster, according to any liberal asshat you talk to. And I am not the only one saying this. Take Governor Scott Walker (R-WI): he ran on the very campaign that I am pointing out, and won the governor's seat. He enacted tough austerity measures (which were actually quite mild, if the truth be known), and the entrenched liberal 'takers' went nuts. Absolute nuts. They tried to stack the Wisconsin Supreme Court with some of their fellow judiciary moonbats to block his legislation. That didn't work. They tried to overturn the Nov. 2010 election results with recall election after recall election of Republican victors: that didn't work. Now they are canvasing the state with petitions (signed repeatedly by Mickey Mouse, Al Capone and Michael Jackson) to force a recall election on Gov. Walker.
This will not succeed, either. When you take away the money from these slacking non-producers that was confiscated initially from the producers, there will be hell to pay in all manner of skullduggery and thugishness on the part of the left.
But I am the bad guy, you see. I point out the cold, hard reality of this unsustainable transfer of wealth from the haves to the have-nots and I am labeled as the devil incarnate, me and Governor Walker.