Hillary and others on the Left get especially nervous when conservatives spend their own money to promote their own candidates.
Totalitarian nations, dictatorships, and police states don’t happen overnight. They start out as supposedly good ideas with support from the citizenry.
In President Obama’s own words, a “fundamental change” is taking place. Like many tyrannies of the past, it’s been a gradual process. And like many tyrannies, much of the population can’t see it coming.
When it comes to obsessive-compulsive micromanagement, the nanny-staters could fill the case loads of every therapist in Washington. And they never run out of ways to inflict their neurosis onto their victims.
The Obama administration’s blissful altering of reality would be comedic if it weren’t so destructive. Even so, sometimes you just gotta laugh.
I think it could be a healthy exercise in individual self-reliance if we were to actually shut down the government, let’s say one month out of every year. Thirty days of roughing it without the benefits of government services. It would be like a camping trip and a civics lesson rolled into one.
We have an impenetrable bureaucracy that’s expensive to run and difficult to control. Sadly, it’s a trend that neither side seems interested in changing.
By his own words, NYC’s Mayor Knows Best has admitted that he believes he knows better than his citizens as to what’s good for them.