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Friday, May 31, 2013

By Michael Mccune: The Rant (government auditor for 16 years) - Americans Dismiss Their Heritage, Imperil The Nation - - (( to Have Michael send you the Rant to your Email contact Him Here (( memccunewyo@yahoo.com ))

Americans Dismiss Their Heritage, Imperil The Nation
From time to time I find the ability to easily remember what I read or heard comes in handy. Today's Rant is an example.
 
"As we enter the 1980s, we are witnessing preparations for what can only be described as the 'final solution' to the alleged evils of the private economic sector; the manipulation of our energy supply as a tool for social economic change to bring about the restructuring of American society"--Jeffrey St. John, journalist, December, 1979.
 
Of all the evils from the Progressive movement in this world, none has been more destructive than the false global-warming-is-caused-by-man hysteria. This mania is the cornerstone of every horror the American society and its shaky economy have had imposed on it for the past three decades since Mr. St. John summarized it so nicely just before the onset of the 1980 presidential campaign.
 
He saw the vast expansion of an over-zealous EPA even then along with the growing concession of national power to the global community crowd and the inevitable destruction of the most efficient economy man had yet devised through the use of that power. That is truly an awesome foresight when one looks back to where we were in December 1979 to where we have descended to today through the EPA's war on economic principles.
 
Most American businessmen shunned St. John's warning with the typical "it cannot happen here" shrug. The few that heard the wisdom of his warning were quickly drowned in a chorus of pro-Progressive rulings from the judicial bench which effectively legalized the expansion of the EPA's power base.
 
The effects, minimal at first, built slowly until the numb, dumb masses elected a socialist as President in response to the first economic crisis in more than 70 years.
 
The EPA now had an unrestricted free hand in converting America from the world's most efficient economic structure to one based on inefficient, more expensive alternative-fuel options which only prolonged the recession's misery while effectively destroying the economic engine so painstakingly built for 140 years under a mountain of red tape designed to enforce the change no matter what the financial consequences are.
 
Thus the leadership role for a sound economic policy shifted from Main Street's entrepreneurs to Washington's political morass in a rapid series of Executive Orders and Congressional missteps based on doctored 'scientific' studies.
 
The final demise of Main Street has not yet been accomplished but the strangling regulatory rope is still at work, intent on choking the final breath fro the once-vibrant private sector so the transformation from a elite nationalist state to global governed mediocrity can be completed.
 
It is a travesty of what was intended when this country was founded.
 
In effect our country has penalized the energy companies for getting us to the top of the food chain at the same time it rewards the auto companies for performing so poorly. This is totally unacceptable for a "free" economy but is entirely justified by every socialist state.
 
If you need further proof, all you need to hear is the words spoken by our country's leader seven decades after the Constitution was adopted. I am not a fan of this man, he violated many Bill of Right Amendments and was the originator of federal rights superseding state rights. But he had things prioritized right in 1864, things which we would do well to remember now.
 
Abraham Lincoln said: "You cannot bring about prosperity by discouraging thrift. You cannot strengthen the weak by weakening the strong. You cannot help the wage earner by pulling down the wage payer. You cannot further the brotherhood of man by encouraging class hatred. You cannot help the poor by destroying the rich. You cannot keep out of trouble by spending more than you earn. You cannot build character and courage by taking away a man's initiative and independence. You cannot help men permanently by doing for them what they could and should do for themselves."
 
The two quotes I relied upon here are 'on the record.' When you place them together against the backdrop of the stated aims of the current Administration and in light of current events, the descent into socialism should disturb all Americans, regardless of political belief or allegiance.
 
The current Administration is attacking the very roots of this country and not doing it subtly. It has turned a blind eye to history's lessons in favor of currying political profit. The ghosts of Benghazi are at the door and demand payment. But our pockets are empty and our moral fiber has been discarded into in the mists of time.
 
Alas! for we have nobody to blame but ourselves.
 
"I have sworn on the altar of God eternal hostility to every form of tyranny over the mind of man." --Thomas Jefferson
 
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