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The more people are frustrated with higher taxes and bigger government, the greater need Obama and his cohorts has to tax you to distribute among his friends and pay those that are to suppress the resistance, enabling Obama to plunder at his pleasure.
Under Ruler's Law, problems are always solved by issuing more edicts or laws, setting up more bureaus, harassing the people with more regulators, and charging the people for these 'services" by continually adding to their burden of taxes. ~ from The 5000 Year Leap
Hitler in concert with a cooperative media issuing propaganda, 1933: If I give you jobs, some food and talk about improving Germany's global image will you support me (or at least not complain...)? Would you be OK with getting rid of Germany's democratic government?
Obama today, in concert with a cooperative media issuing propaganda: If I give you *free* birth control ('cause the jobs thing hasn't really worked), *free* health care ('cause the jobs thing hasn't really worked), food stamps and some extended unemployment benefits, will you support me (or at least not complain)? Would you be OK with becoming anti-Constitutional?
There are two ways to get a donkey to move. One way is to hit it with a stick, the other is to dangle a carrot in front of its mouth. At first, Hitler dangled a lot of carrots.......
He promised jobs
He used propaganda
He promised a transformed Germany
He manipulated education and German youth
He worked to control religion
He found a villain to blame all of Germany's ills on
Hitler convinced about 70 million people to go along with or at least not complain about his agenda. And we all know that for people Hitler couldn't persuade, he got out the stick.
Obama, like Hitler, has used carrots.
He has promised jobs, or income replacement such as food stamps, extended jobless benefits
He has worked to control religion (supports the ACLU and their efforts to getting religion out of the public square, and then there's the forcing the Catholic Church to provide birth control thing)
He found a villain to blame all of America's ills on (the GOP, the Tea Party, conservatives)
Obama has convinced about half this nation to go along with or at least not complain about his agenda. And for people Obama can't persuade, will he get out the stick? Why do you think he's trying to take away our guns (Just like Hitler did)?
The manager of a movie theater in Jefferson City, Mo., is defending himself after a publicity stunt resulted in a police response last weekend.
KMIZ reports that management of Goodrich Capital 8 Theaters hired an actor to dress in full tactical gear (complete with a fake gun) and walk into the movie theater during the opening weekend of "Iron Man 3."
The only way to make finals week any worse is to have a roommate that just won't stop bugging you while you try to work. Even though these two may just be having fun, the problem of bothersome roommates is far too real to many others.
Angry lion lovers have threatened both a Tampa, Fla. restaurant and its employees after the establishment added recently added the king of beasts to its menu for customers looking to try more exotic Mexican fare.
Since Taco Fusion, a Mexican restaurant known to offer unusual game meats like ostrich, camel, and bison in its tacos, added lion meat to its menu of "Safari Tacos" on May 2, the restaurant has had to field hostile calls from critics who are up in arms over the menu choice.
A 20-year-old man was pulled over early Thursday morning for failing to drive in a single lane. Bryan Zuniga stopped his car, jumped out, kicked through a vinyl fence, and escaped pursuing sheriff’s deputies.
Like a recurring nightmare, the return of O.J. Simpson to a Las Vegas courtroom come Monday will remind Americans of a tragedy that became a national obsession and in the process changed the country's attitude toward the justice system, the media and celebrity.
His 1995 trial is the stuff of legends, the precipitous fall of a Hall of Fame football player from the pinnacle of adoration to a murder defendant who, although acquitted of killing his ex-wife and her friend, was never absolved in the public mind.
The flying car has long tantalized the imaginations of people everywhere. And a recent successful test flight by a Massachusetts company came with the promise that their prototype could go on sale to the public beginning sometime in 2014.