To the Editor:
The liberal elitists have failed to inspire their constituency for so long that they are banking on scaring and embarrassing them with existential threats of a world-ending apocalypse.
Liberals want to rule like medieval kings and queens. The royals are trying to balance social and economic inequity by blending the populace into a single class of commoners that they, the nobles, can exploit. Behind a mighty military guard, these elitists will kindly rule over the commoners that they think are unworthy of thinking for themselves.
How noble. Government is failing at its primary mission to serve and protect the public. After ruining America’s largest cities, elitists are reaching for new victims to squander, plunder and torture to a painful death.
Do you believe that an elitists government ripe with incompetent pseudo-intellects and corrupt indifferent protagonists can effectively manage a multitrillion-dollar health care industry? Can politicians that refuse to confer and pass legislation forcibly invade and manage private sector businesses – the likes of Walmart, Apple, Exxon, CVS Health, GM and Ford – without dooming them to failure and collapse? As appropriated businesses decline, our tax dollars will be infused to slow down the collapse.
The liberals’ initiative is to save what they portray as an inept population in need of their magnanimous superiority. Their euphoric vision of socialism is a homogeneous commune that follows a scripted existence void of dreams and ambition. The socialist regime muster abdicate all individual faith and spirit before it can ascend to control. The socialist pitch to redistribute wealth to bring equality to the commune is a regenerated, never-successful nightmare. If, in fact, wealth could be redistributed without a bloody rebellion, the holdings would be depleted in short order and anarchy would reign.
America has transformed itself from a rural existence into a free enterprise nation of specialized professionals knowledgeable and comfortable with the barter system that uses currency to exchange services. Our intradependence has led to a healthy interdependence. Natural diversity, not conformity, is at the core of our independence.
If one prefers the consequences of my own free-will over becoming a victim of liberal socialism.