It takes a lot of money to run a police state
by Jeff Fullerton
Attribute to L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise
A follow up to my first article in this journal submitted way back in 2013: “A Little Tobacco with your Tea” Featuring then life choices control freak progressive Republican mayor of New York City: Michael Bloomberg who was gaining notoriety at the time for his disdain for tobacco and personal crusade against Big Gulp soft drinks that were surely destined to be the ruination of the country. Who went on to become a notorious anti gun crusader trying to jinn up hysteria in the wake of every mass shootings before fading into obscurity.
Well, just when you probably thought you’d never hear much from him again—Heeee’s Back!
Good old “Bloomturd” as some liked to call him. The picture I included is from sometime in the second Obama presidency the same year I wrote the article.
Saw his commercial earlier this week as I was passing by the big screen TV in the ER waiting room. He was making his pitch to be the man who will beat Trump and restore fairness and save the planet —he’s got a pretty scary platform—gun grabber, Green New Dealer and soft drink control freak all rolled into one and a little class warfare thrown in for good measure. He’s worse than the crackpot lineup of the Democratic Party for the same reason Hillary would be and I wouldn’t be surprised if she entered the race too.
Maybe they could be running mates. And make Chris Christy the director of Homeland Security or at least the EPA or Drug War Czar. They—the establishment Republicans—ie: RINOs and power hungry center left Democrats like Hillary and her husband Bill Clinton are definitely birds of a feather. Statist tyrants who run and govern on the Plea of Necessity that the Younger Pitt warned us about in the late 18th Century—who remain an eternal threat to Life, Liberty & The Pursuit of Happiness. They are the reason Maintaining these things requires eternal vigilance.
Even more than the clown car entourage of Marxist crackpots who’ve been entertaining us the last two years or so. Frankly I think they may be more entertaining but time will tell and the coming year is going to be interesting to say the least.
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