The Hilldebeast..............

Ray Thomas raythomas101 at HOTMAIL.COM
Wed Oct 3 13:20:24 MDT 2007


John:

I love your reference to HIllary as "The Hilldebeast."

You might want to read my "The Evita Factor" article at 
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Unarmed Citizen."

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>From: "John A. Quayle" <blueoval57 at VERIZON.NET>
>Reply-To: Open discussion of current events <RUSHTALK at athena.csdco.com>
>To: RUSHTALK at athena.csdco.com
>Subject: The Hilldebeast..............
>Date: Tue, 2 Oct 2007 02:36:17 -0400
>
>
>Henry Lamb
>
>
>WND Exclusive Commentary
>
>
>Hillary and Karl Marx
>
>Posted: June 9, 2007
>1:00 a.m. Eastern
>
>In a 
><http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20070529/ap_on_el_pr/clinton_economy>recent 
>speech, Hillary Clinton described the Bush administration as a "government 
>of the few, by the few and for the few." She's wrong; the Bush government 
>is bigger than the Clinton government. Nevertheless, the government she 
>described might be the government Thomas Paine had in mind when he 
>observed: "That government is best which governs least."
>
>Hillary doesn't agree with Paine's observation. She says she prefers a 
>"we're all in it together" society where "government can once again work 
>for all Americans," with "opportunity for all and special privilege for 
>none."
>
>This could be scary. If, in the world Hillary prefers, one person achieves 
>greater success than another from an equal opportunity, does the result 
>constitute a special privilege that should be denied to the more 
>successful?
>
>Hillary believes in "pairing growth with fairness." This must be one way 
>"government works for all the people" – by keeping track of the success 
>achieved by all the workers to make sure someone doesn't get a "special 
>privilege" as the result of greater success than another. No wonder she 
>doesn't like a government that governs least; it takes a lot of government 
>workers to work for all the people.
>
>Hillary's rhetoric and voting record reveal a philosophy that penalizes 
>success by taxing the rich and rewards failure by expanding the work 
>government does for other Americans. Hillary's description of the 
>government she prefers is one that takes "from each according to his 
>ability," and redistributes "to each according to his need." In fact, she 
>told a San Francisco audience: 
>"<http://www.signonsandiego.com/news/politics/20040629-0007-ca-clintons-sanfrancisco.html>We're 
>going to take things away from you on behalf of the common good."
>
>Thomas Paine's observation, which succinctly describes the government 
>designed by the U.S. Constitution, could not be further from the Karl Marx 
>vision of Hillary's preferred government. The great disappointment in 
>America is that. increasingly, more people seem to prefer government to do 
>more "work for the people," and thereby move further toward the Karl Marx 
>vision than the Thomas Paine vision of government.
>
>There is a direct correlation between the freedom people have and the 
>"work" government does for the people; the more there is of the latter, the 
>less there is of freedom. For government to prevent "special privileges" to 
>some, it must know about all, and it must place active constraints upon 
>some to advance others.
>
>Economic growth, according to Hillary's philosophy, must be governed by 
>rules that "protect our workers and give all people a chance to succeed. 
>Fairness doesn't just happen. It requires the right government policies."
>
>Hillary's vision is not of a free market, nor of a free people; it is a 
>vision of government control, enforced "fairness" and limited opportunity.
>
>Hillary's philosophy is not exclusively hers, nor does it belong 
>exclusively to any political party. It is a philosophy that prevails 
>throughout Europe and has grown steadily in the United States for most of 
>the last century. It is a philosophy that empowers government to impose its 
>will upon the people in the belief that the opinions and theories of 
>professionals are certainly better than the self-seeking whims of ordinary 
>individuals.
>
>The definition of freedom is: the self-seeking whims (and responsibility) 
>of ordinary individuals. Or, put another way: "... the pursuit of 
>happiness."
>
>Under the leadership of Democrats and Republicans who share Hillary's 
>philosophy, government is constructing an all-encompassing web of rules and 
>regulations. This web is formulated not by elected representatives of the 
>people, but by appointed professionals who work throughout government 
>agencies. Self-appointed, so-called professionals who represent special 
>interest groups, often funded by government grants, lend their expertise to 
>the hard sell of the philosophy that government-enforced fairness makes a 
>better society than does individual freedom.
>
>Hillary's philosophy continues to permeate public policy in education, 
>economic development, health care, land use, environmental protection, 
>international affairs and every other corner of society. The solution to 
>this problem, and the salvation of America, lies not in the elimination of 
>rules of behavior, but in the method by which those rules are developed, 
>adopted and enforced.
>
>The genius of the American system of government is the idea that government 
>power is limited by the consent of the governed. This consent is conveyed 
>when representatives are empowered at the ballot box to enact rules of 
>behavior. When the rules these representatives adopt do not receive the 
>consent of the people, then the representatives can be sent packing and new 
>representatives elected.
>
>When the rules of behavior are developed, enacted and enforced by people 
>who are not elected, the people have no way to convey or deny their 
>consent. Government usurps the power from the people and imposes its will – 
>as it wills.
>
>This is the kind of government Hillary and a great many others want. This 
>is the kind of government they describe as the government they will 
>continue to build. It is the kind of government in which freedom will 
>continue to diminish, and eventually fade into oblivion.
>
>
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>
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>
>
>
><mailto:henry at freedom.org>Henry Lamb is the executive vice president of the 
><http://www.eco.freedom.org/el/>Environmental Conservation Organization and 
>chairman of <http://www.sovereignty.net>Sovereignty International.


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