The “Quit Work” Movement is a Cheap Campaign Ploy by Desperate Democrats

The takers outnumber the makers. It used to be only landowners were allowed to vote. Maybe we should consider only allowing taxpayers to vote.
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Look, I don’t want to spend too much time on this, but this does light my fire. These attacks on the traditions and the institutions, which have not only made the country great, but define human greatness — and permit it and promote it and inspire it — make me livid. This actually gets my juices going. It may be just a campaign technique, and it probably is, but I’m not going to rule out the possibility that this is what they would like our society to be: a bunch of people not working, depending on them.

I don’t have any doubt about that. They look upon “urine” — European socialized democracies with envy like you can’t believe. (Maybe urine, too, for all I know.) But it’s disturbing, folks. It is profoundly disturbing, ’cause they’re not gonna stop. Chuck Schumer is not gonna stop working. Barack Obama’s not gonna stop working. Well, he may. He never really started. But, I mean, they’re not gonna do this. These leftist Hollywood rich, they’re not gonna stop working.

They’re not gonna take their own advice on this.

This is simply about dumbing down the people they claim to be helping and supporting and all that, and they’re ruining people’s lives. Whether it’s a campaign ploy or whether they really mean it, it doesn’t matter. It’s just something to me that has to be fought on the educational front. Now, this whole thing… I’m telling you, this whole notion that work is a punitive thing and that not having to work is a liberating thing, freeing you from bunch of rotten choices and still being able to have your health care, that’s what this is really all about.



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