Thursday, April 09, 2009

President Obama and his buddies consider themselves “the good guys” and they seek power over our lives and income for the best of reasons

President Obama and his buddies,
like presidential teams before them, says Devid Keene
consider themselves “the good guys” and they seek power over our lives and income for the best of reasons. They want to protect us all from a falling economy and are as convinced as anyone can be that they can make wiser decisions than individual Americans in order to accomplish their mission. They don’t want to simply “stimulate” a sluggish economy, but to take control of what Lenin once called the “commanding heights” of the economy, so that they can make the decisions they don’t believe we can be trusted to make wisely.

Rush Limbaugh told the CPAC attendees that while we all hope the economy will recover quickly, we should hope at the same time that President Obama’s plan to fundamentally change the nature of our free market economy will fail. The free market has enabled generations of Americans to make this nation the freest and most prosperous in human history. Rush was absolutely right.