Posted on | March 26, 2010 | 19 Comments
Now Fabius is playing a equivalency card, pointing out historical warnings about major legislation. Fabius, have you seen the national debt? Have you seen that the Congress is willing to tamper with Article I of the Constitution, if necessary, continue the deconstruction and impoverishment of the country?
Fabius sorts quotations going back over a century in your post with a “what, me worry?” attitude. Sure. Those that have sufficient resources now may live out their lives comfortably, but don’t we care about future generations?
The final descent into a soft despotism (even this Judas Congress wasn’t brazen enough for DemonPass) may take a little longer, but your complacent attitude saddens. Possibly Fabius should consider changing pseudonyms to Elric of Melniboné, to capture better that sort of bored, decadent air. Yours is not the passion that drove the Apollo program, Fabius.
Those who, in emulation of the Founding Fathers, retain a passion for individual liberty will fight and win this battle against creeping Socialism, and its enfeebled, debt-laden results that we see in Europe. See also Bill Whittle.