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Jul 30 2017

Charlie Kirk Crushes Socialism With One Question

Do you trust the government? If not, why would you want it to become still more powerful and intrusive? If so, how did you manage to get your shoes on the right feet? Turning Point USA’s Charlie Kirk offers an unassailable argument:

On a tip from Torcer.

  • Occam’s Stubble

    Democrats campaign on the 1% but do nothing about them.

    Republicans campaign on smaller government but do nothing to shrink government. On a good day, they maybe can slow government growth by a bit.

    Perhaps one day we’ll have political parties that actually do what they say they’re going to do.

  • Mr. Freemarket

    People want to be lied to. They don’t want the truth.

  • The LIEberal Media ☆ ᵀᴿᵁᴹᴾ

    And here’s what we will have to look forward to with Single Payer.. Massive Hormone Sex change Treatments for our kids:

    How 800 children as young as 10 have been given sex change drugs:
    Huge rise in puberty-blocker jabs revealed as transgender 17-year-old
    who was born a boy claims the NHS treatment saved her life

  • The LIEberal Media ☆ ᵀᴿᵁᴹᴾ
  • Take The Red Pill

    Anyone who wants to have the government run the healthcare system, should:
    1) talk to any veteran who has used the VA’s healthcare ‘system’, and
    2) investigate the history of the VA.

  • ramrodd

    youtube and facebook are the worst places to fall back on.

  • MAS

    Bartender, I’ll have what Mr Stubble is having…

    Political parties that actually do what they say they’re going to do…made my sides hurt.

  • MAS

    Seems all too true for far too many. Perhaps it’s easier than prying their eyes of the boob tube long enough to exercise some critical thinking to vote the bastidges out…

  • Dst1964srq

    How bout one day won’t have ANY POLITICAL PARTIES AT ALL? That sounds much better to me!

  • Daniel Barger

    This type of response is rational, it’s logical. And it’s doomed to failure. Because the quintessential leftist in love with socialism is an idiot lacking in the ability to reason.
    They are the type of people who believe in what they WANT to believe in based on their feelings and NOT on evidence or facts. There is NOTHING you can say to them to sway them because they are NOT AMENABLE TO RATIONAL THOUGHT. The ONLY thing you can do with this type of person is to sequester them from functional society to prevent the harm they invariably cause. And it’s TOO LATE for that. We have not just allowed these mental midgets to wander loose in society we have been forced to SUBSIDIZE THEM via welfare etc. so that they have bred in MASSIVE NUMBERS and now they outnumber the intelligent functional portion of society.

  • Mr. Freemarket

    Of course the trouble is that by the time it goes to a vote, the choices have been severely restricted. Similar to the choice between Trump and Hillary, it is the lesser of two evils.

    Plus, once elected, no one keeps track of the promises made.

    Take my wonderful senator Orrin Hatch, for example. I was at the State Convention in 2012. Orrin was running, he said, for the last time. (Hey; I supported him in 1976 for his first run, but he is hardly the man now he was then).

    2018 is just around the corner…and guess who is running AGAIN!!!

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  • MAS

    And that friend is why one should not vote for people with no principles and vote out those who lie about it or get corrupted by the swamp. Hillary and The Donald was just another pragmatic election cycle, folks voted against Hillary in the hopes that Donald would be at least marginally better. We shouldn’t be surprised when we elect the lesser of two cretins and end up with a cretin…

  • Mr. Freemarket

    And yes; I voted for the lesser of two cretins. At least The Donald hasn’t killed nearly as many people….

  • Torcer

    Please pardon my interruption into your conversation, but it would seem that the best solution to these problems would be a third [or second party] and term limits.

    There is nothing like a little friendly competition to improve everybody’s game. Lack of it leads to complacency and the results we are presently witnessing.

  • MAS

    I refused to vote for either…just couldn’t bring myself to knuckle under to the pragmatism tidal wave. I am MUCH more concerned by what God thinks of my choices (even in the ballot box) than what the world does. What works for me isn’t necessarily what works for others, vote your way I certainly will…

  • Mr. Freemarket

    If you don’t vote, you really aren’t justified in griping about the results of the election.

    Personally I yearn for a country where the federal government has such little power that it doesn’t matter who is elected president.

    As for standing before God on judgement day, I’ve got a lot bigger things to worry about than how I voted.

  • Mr. Freemarket

    The GOP is demonstrating for all that it is not the opposition party. That may end up being a good thing.

  • MAS

    I disagree on justification to gripe, it’s my 1st amendment thing you know. Seriously if the choices are so smelly that I can’t bring myself to vote for either and there’s no NOTA what else is there to do?

    My list of falling short is long enough to require the torturous death of Jesus Christ to propitiate it. That, however, doesn’t give me the excuse to ignore any act of gratitude based on my perceived or real greater ones. I try to deal with them as they present. 😉

  • Mr. Freemarket

    When we stand before the Judgement Bar, we can either receive justice or mercy. I, for one, believe in doing whatever is possible to allow God to give me mercy rather than justice.

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