17 Feb 17
“I choose not to be a ‘common’ man. It is my right to be ‘uncommon.’
I seek opportunity, not ‘security.’ I do not wish to be a ‘kept citizen,’ humbled and dulled by having the state ‘look after’ me.
I want to take the calculated risk; to dream and to build; to fail or succeed: to daily breath the blessed air of freedom. I refuse to barter incentive for a dole. I prefer challengers of life to ‘guaranteed existence,’ the thrill of fulfillment to the calm of ‘utopia.’
I will not trade freedom for beneficence, nor my dignity for a handout. I will never cower before any master, nor bend to any threat.
It is my heritage to audaciously stand erect, proud and unafraid, to think and act for myself, to enjoy the benefits of my creation, and to face the world boldly and say:
‘This I have done’”
You can’t be free, so long as you have your hand out! You’ll never experience fulfillment when you’ve traded your dignity for a pitiable government dole, when you filch off the productive labor of your fellow citizens, while contributing nothing.
This incentive-killing “parasitic existence” is relentlessly promoted by leftists/Socialists in Europe and Socialists, masquerading as “Democrats,” over here. Their only goal is the maintenance and expansion of a permanent “underclass,” forever dependent and unproductive, that keeps them in power. And, it is sounding death bells for all of Western Civilization, begun by our courageous ancestors in ancient Greece who threw-off the bondage of slavery so many centuries ago.
Now, leftists are inviting us all to become slaves once more. They want to “bring us together” into common bondage!
Just as these Socialists are deathly afraid of audacious, productive, and independent citizens, they are even more afraid of us when we’re armed! How can they presume to “take care” of us when we’re convinced that we don’t need them?
We finally have a president who does not cater to losers and who does not suffer seedy prevaricators, and liberals are having to reluctantly confront the disturbing fact that some of us don’t want to be slaves.
They’re scared to death!
“I prefer dangerous liberty to peaceful slavery.”