Wednesday, November 3, 2010

Think Prosperity

We all either work for rich people or we sell stuff to rich people. So just punishing rich people is as bad for the economy as punishing anyone. Let’s not punish anyone. Let’s keep taxes low and let’s cut spending.
Go read what The Other McCain has to say about this video.

To the extent that we've thwarted statism in this country, there are no "privileged classes" in America (except, perhaps, the public assistance class).

Economic freedom can be a little scary for faint-hearted progressives, but in the long run, freedom leads to phenomenal prosperity for everyone.

A big infusion of Dr. Paul's conservative libertarianism is exactly what the U.S. Senate needs. Go Paul!

Cross-posted at Left Coast Rebel


LandShark 5150 said...

Mr Right Klik-- first off my apologises to you and my other conservative bloggers for not doing as I said by visiting your sites! The excuse isn't worthy of the action.
Now on to the other big story, I take it something special happened last night. Something we all can agree on.
Your statement of prosperity is dead on. But I would like to add to it, please. I believe that Ron Paul should be placed at the Speaker of the House, not Boehner. He is still (in my eyes) is deceptiCon at best.
With Paul, I would tend to think he would begin the de funding of entitlement programs (all of them). Sun setting Medicare, Medicaid and S. S.. Yes all of them. Getting control of the military spending to defense spending required of actual U.S. defense.
And the number one item - audit of the Fed Reserve.
The centralized bankers that control ever inkling of or prosperity needs to be brought to task and ended.
The party battles of election promises, the act of caring to adhere to constitutional values and social justice, is nothing more than the chest beating "Pro Rasslers" heal/baby face roles.
They beat the snot out of each other with chairs and tables. One is victorious, the other is helped from the ring. Then off for beers over dinner, discussing the next role swap, that the promoter believes will draw them in the next night.
When the voters discover this act of entertainment, the sooner we can make our money, ours again. With real value and not an "inflation/intrest" controlled ledger at the mercy of World Order Bankers.
So I hope with leary eyes and heart, still thankful of America's choices. If only for the prospect of gridlock for two years.
here's a link to our looming problem --
Judgment Days: November 2 and 3 or found over at mine.

Again, Thank you for your daily fight!

Gorges Smythe said...

Anything other than a flat tax is simply a matter of jealous little people crapping their own bed.