Posted on | May 11, 2010 | 42 Comments
The biggest problem with waxing poetic about our beloved founders and the great love of country that conservatives think is lost on “the liberals” is that they’re nostalgic for a myth.
No, Alan, you’re the myth-head: there was indeed a time before the Progressives, when the country was not on a debt-slavery course.
Things like math, history, and economic may hurt your feelings, but they matter. Utopia is unavailable at any price, no matter how many unrepresented generations are taxed before their grandparents are conceived.
The common-sense demand for a Federal government and sober management is common sense, not a ‘Constitutional fetish’. Your quasi-religious belief in Progress, coupled with a systematic refusal to admit the utter failure of the Left’s ideas, renders your pronouncements laughable, where not sad.
No, the necessary course correction for the country is the Constitutional one. The bulk of the major problems besetting the country can be traced to the departure from the principles in the document. The Federal government wants to do State and local things, except where votes may not be delivered, e.g. Tennessee.
It’s going to be a long, painful, expensive ride recovering from your nonsense, Alan.
Thanks for less than nothing.