Progressives Have Been Running ‘Murica For 100 Years, Where’s Paradise?
Mandeville, LA – Exclusive Transcript – “I will take the Machiavellian machinations of 100 oligarchs over the madness of a democratic mob, see: French Revolution. I don’t prefer either of them and neither should you, but if I had to choose, I’ll have oligarchs for 100, Alex.” Check out today’s transcript for the rest….
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Mike: I will take the Machiavellian machinations of 100 oligarchs over the madness of a democratic mob, see: French Revolution. I don’t prefer either of them and neither should you, but if I had to choose, I’ll have oligarchs for 100, Alex. This is a joke that we had going on in the chatroom last night, which is why you should show up for these things. There’s only a couple thousand Founders Pass members, and I think we crossed almost 30 chatters at one time last night. Perhaps that’s related to the fact that no one cares what the Dumbocrats have to say. If you were watching the television show Jeopardy and you had the five candidates competing for Jeopardy, the game may have been played something like this.
Anderson: Yes, Mrs. Clinton, to you.
Hillary: Yes, Anderson. I’ll have Bombing Countries without Declarations of War for $1,000 of Jim Webb’s dollars. Or you could substitute Jim Webb for $1,000 of that wealthy guy in the third row’s, seat 3C, dollars.
It really is, though, quite depressing to watch grown people agonize over and haggle over how they’re going to spend the spoils of war, the war waged on the American citizenry, to force us into this social experiment that they have concocted. In order to pay for the social experiment and the social engineering, to concoct and contrive these vainglorious tax schemes and policies and other sordid scams, extricate as much money out of us as is possible without us actually revolting, and then to watch them argue over who gets to spend it and how it gets spent really is an indication, a great indication of just —
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Bernie Sanders: Well, we’re going to win because first we’re going to explain what democratic socialism is. And what democratic socialism is about is saying it is immoral and wrong that the top one-tenth of one percent in this country own almost 90 percent, own almost as much wealth as the bottom 90 percent; that it is wrong today in a rigged economy that 57 percent of all new income is going to the top one percent; that when you look around the world, you see every other major country providing healthcare to all people as a right except the United States. You see every other major country saying the . . .
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Mike: Let’s go over a couple things here as we listen to this socialist claptrap here. I don’t even think he knows what a socialist is. Government control over the means of production, classic socialism. He is describing oligarchy. That’s what he’s describing. He’s describing that there is a system that has been put in place that benefits a very elite few. Whatever is left over is divvied up amongst the rest of us poor schmoes. That’s the first thing.
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Note the use of the words “every other country.” Okay, so if it’s every other — [mocking] “Mike, why do you have to nitpick on this?” Because this stuff matters. How you use words matters. It ought to matter, otherwise why do people lose their jobs when they use words improperly or in what we say is an improper use? See: Brendan Eich, former CEO of — he didn’t even use any words. I’d say see: Jimmy the Greek or Howard Cosell or Rick Sanchez formerly of CNN, etc., etc. What is “every other?” Every means all. Other, what does that mean? Is it all or is it others? You might say that “of the” — he said “all the other major countries in the world.” You might say properly, if you wanted to actually make a point about this, you might say that of the 50 countries, 50 largest countries by population according to the UN — and they do collect statistics on this . . .
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