Who Says Republicans Don’t Love Socialism?

For the wealthy. . .

It is said democracy dies in the dark.

Wentworth wouldn’t directly say whether he signed a non-disclosure agreement, preventing him from discussing a potential project that could benefit from the new incentive. Sen. Ken Horn, R-Frankenmuth, said Tuesday he signed a non-disclosure agreement.

“I won’t get into exactly what I signed or didn’t sign,” Wentworth said.

How ‘bout them apples? Now we have Michigan’s elected public officials signing gag orders on legislation they’re working on for specific corporations. Simply repugnant. At this point it wouldn’t bother me in the slightest if a meteor struck Lansing, eliminating our corrupt government from the face of Earth.

Oh, and do read that article on The Foxconn, because maybe, just maybe, one will rethink the meddling into China’s internal affairs before spilling more of America’s blood, and treasure, on lies.


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  2 comments for “Who Says Republicans Don’t Love Socialism?

  1. maidintheus
    December 19, 2021 at 6:24 am

    The habit of calling our Constitutional Republic a Democracy has been developed from many years of referencing the USA as such in the course of conversation and debate, primarily incubated in the political and educational fields. These fields are where most intentional error is incubated. The reason why the founders did not build a Democracy was to avoid the real problem of mob rule. The mob having a monopoly on education, many do not even realize what it is I'm referencing and how this is directly why we have (are supposed to have) an electoral college. We tend to think of a mob rule as the largest group of people ruling over everyone else. This is not the only way. Our biggest problem is comparable to how the mafia accomplished mob rule: a smaller group exercises dominion over a larger group by force and threat of violence and the larger group is stymied by fear., this is mob rule regardless of the size of the mob. Our Constitutional Republic has a Constitution that is the supreme law (not a living thing but laws like the speed limit and not rioting) and representatives voted into office by the citizens. Even wanting democracy is foolishness, that is how dictators and such are developed.

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    • Corinthian Scales
      December 19, 2021 at 3:15 pm

      All that went out the window with the creation of the Federal Reserve Bank, and by the 1940's with tax-exempt foundations. The Constitution is wholly unfit to survive our "diversity" society of today. And another thing, if you believe Republicans are not fighting just as hard for mob rule then I've got some oceanfront property in Michigan, I'd like to sell you.


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