Friday, April 1, 2011

Operation Social Justice

In 2007, a little known Imperial Senator from Mentally Illinois named Barack Hussein Obama introduced the S.2433, The Global Poverty Act, whose introduction is shown below:


"To require the President to develop and implement a comprehensive strategy to further the United States foreign policy objective of promoting the reduction of global poverty, the elimination of extreme global poverty, and the achievement of the Millennium Development Goal of reducing by one-half the proportion of people worldwide, between 1990 and 2015, who live on less than $1 per day."

[To read the rest of the bill, which is actually fairly short,]


As was reported by WorldNetDaily, Cliff Kincaid of Accuracy in Media estimated that this insanity would redistribute 0.7% of the GDP of the United States to hell holes all over the world. This would have increased foreign aid spending by $845 billion in 13 short years. Luckily for us Proles, this stinker died in committee and never became law. (For more on this, check out:

Now, I know what you're thinking: Thanks for the trip down Memory Hole Lane, professor, but this is now a dead issue. John Boehner may be a major disappointment as Speaker of the House, but even he isn't stupid enough to give crap like this the time of day.

Are you sure about that ? Do you really believe that Obama's Marxist/internationalist program is a dead issue ? Do you really believe the Republican Panty (no typo) is immune to this type of insanity ? On March 30th, the Weeper of the House said this statement about Chairman Obama's Libyan Adventure:


"The United States has a moral obligation to stand with those who seek freedom from oppression and self-government for their people. It’s unacceptable and outrageous for Qadhafi to attack his own people, and the violence must stop. "


A moral obligation, Mr. Weeper ? Try as I might, I can't seem to find that in the Constitution. Wasn't your first act as Speaker of the House to read the Constitution (edited, might I add.) ? In that document, did you find a section that deals with the responsibilty of the United States to get involved in every civil war on the planet ? No, Mr. Weeper, that section is not in the Constitution because it does not exist. The funny part about all of this is the fact that Boehner's statement came after Chairman Obama said this in his rambling speech attempting to justify the involvement of the United States in the Libyan civil war:


"That is not to say that our work is complete. In addition to our NATO responsibilities, we will work with the international community to provide assistance to the people of Libya, who need food for the hungry and medical care for the wounded. We will safeguard the more than $33 billion that was frozen from the Gaddafi regime so that it is available to rebuild Libya. After all, this money does not belong to Gaddafi or to us - it belongs to the Libyan people, and we will make sure they receive it."


Is that not social justice ? Is that not taking wealth from the American tax payer and giving it to Libya, which is not even America's ally ? Is this not the federal "government" deciding that Libyans need American wealth more than the Americans who earned it ?

Where does this end ? If the new war in Libya escalates (and there's no reason to believe that it won't, especially since the CIA is currently in Libya gathering intelligence, much the same way they did in Iraq. Oh yeah, there's 2500 Marines waiting on a ship off the Libyan coast.) the spending on this utter nonsense will be epic. (And, not to mention horribly unfair to the brave men and women of the US military who should not have to risk their lives to support an al-Qaeda led coup. This rant on this is coming soon, so stay tuned.) This will wipe out any cuts made to the bloated federal budget, leaving us in the same nightmarish fiscal position we started with before the Midterm Massacre.

 I'm not denying that there is genuine suffering in Libya. However, there is also genuine suffering in Yemen. And Rwanda. And Bahrain. And Syria. And the Ivory Coast. And...well, you're a smart cookie True Believer. I don't have to spell it out for you. The United States cannot reasonably assume the role of the world's social worker. The United States didn't cause the world's suffering, therefore its people should not be responsible for paying for it. Any belief otherwise is taking American sovereignty and flushing it down the toilet, regardless of whether Chairman Obama and the Weeper of the House believe it or not.

God help us all.

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