How Liberals See ‘Racism’ PERFECTLY Explained [MEME]


How Liberals See ‘Racism’ PERFECTLY Explained [MEME]

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A racist black congresswoman claimed that President Obama needs to fill former Justice Antonin Scalia’s Supreme Court seat with a black person because there aren’t any on there right now.

Rep. Karen Bass (D-Calif.) basically said that because Justice Clarence Thomas strays from the plantation, he can’t be considered truly black.

Bass was speaking on Al Sharpton’s Sunday morning show PoliticsNation. The Rev. Al asked Bass about a replacement for Scalia.

“I think many people would like to see an African American on the Supreme Court,” Bass said. “We don’t really need to go into Clarence Thomas’ background or his behavior on the Court, but I think to have an African-American voice that has definitely not been there since Thurgood Marshall would really be an incredible contribution to our country.”

Thurgood Marshall, who was the first Black justice on the Court, was considered one of the most liberal judges to sit on the high court.

“I think many people would like to see an African American on the Supreme Court,” Bass said. “We don’t really need to go into Clarence Thomas’ background or his behavior on the Court, but I think to have an African-American voice that has definitely not been there since Thurgood Marshall would really be an incredible contribution to our country.”

Thurgood Marshall, who was the first Black justice on the Court, was considered one of the most liberal judges to sit on the high court.

It was a comment so shocking, so incredibly racist that even Al Sharpton had to issue a caveat after Bass’s comments.

(Let that sink in for a moment – Someone said something too racist for Al Sharpton.)

“I might note neither you or I is suggesting Clarence Thomas is not African American,” Sharpton said. “We just may [disagree] with how he has used his–”

“It’s an African American voice,” Bass said.

“That’s right, I just wanted to clarify that,” Sharpton said.

Bass was giggling through Sharpton’s “clarification” because she knows how demeaning Thomas considers it to be labeled an “Uncle Tom,” which is precisely what these two race-baiters were doing. Thomas has repeatedly said he has been mistreated more by liberals than conservatives.

“The worst I have been treated was by northern liberal elites,” he said. “The absolute worst I have ever been treated. The worst things that have been done to me, the worst things that have been said about me, by northern liberal elites, not by the people of Savannah, Georgia.”


Cartoon Brilliantly Exposes Liberal Hypocrisy on Gun Violence

Cartoon Brilliantly Exposes Liberal Hypocrisy on Gun Violence

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The Obama Administration budget request for 2017 contains billions in gun control funding.

More than $1.3 billion in extra funding goes to to the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives for investigations and operations.

Most of this money is directly connected to Obama’s “executive orders” on gun control from last month. He said he plans to push funding in “smart gun” technology, add hundreds ATF agents and investigators and strengthen the background check system.

Under Obama’s new background check requirements, millions of Social Security recipients could have their firearms seized.

Of the hundreds of new federal ATF agents, The Hill is reporting, 200 will be focused on “reducing gun violence,” whatever that means. Another 230 will be employed to speed up the background check process for gun sales.

Last month, in a weepy announcement, Obama announced early January that he wasn’t particularly interested in Congress and was going to impose new gun control rules via executive fiat.

Among the rules – requiring background checks at gun shows being one of them – is the requirementthat Social Security keep tabs on recipients’ finances. If they’re unable to manage their own benefits or display any sort of “incompetency,” unspecified “condition” or “disease,” they won’t be permitted to buy a gun.

Pushing “smart gun” technology is another veiled attempt at gun control. In New Jersey, lawmakers have passed a bill that requires gun stores to stop selling “traditional” guns.


Capitalism vs. Socialism Brilliantly Explained For Dummies

Capitalism vs. Socialism Brilliantly Explained For Dummies

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Townhall shares 7 reasons socialism will make you poorer than capitalism:

1) Socialism benefits the few at the expense of the many: Socialism is superior to capitalism in one primary way: It offers more security. It’s almost like an extremely expensive insurance policy that dramatically cuts into your quality of life, but insures that if worse comes to worse, you won’t drop below a very minimal lifestyle. For the vast majority of people, this would be a terrible deal. On the other hand, if you’re lazy, completely incompetent or alternately, just have a streak of very bad luck, the meager benefits provided by socialism may be very appealing. So a socialist society forces the many to suffer in order to make it easier for the few. It’s just as

Winston Churchill once noted, “The inherent virtue of socialism is the equal sharing of miseries.”

2) Capitalism encourages entrepreneurship while socialism discourages it: A government in a capitalist economy can quite easily give everyone equality of opportunity with a few basic laws and regulations, but socialism strives to create equality of results. This should frighten people who value their freedom because ultimately, as F.A. Hayek has noted, “A claim for equality of material position can be met only by a government with totalitarian powers.” You can see this happening in America as our efforts to reduce “inequality” have led to an ever expanding government and a vast regulatory tangle that is almost unexplainable despite the fact that it is certainly enforceable. Capitalism encourages people to start a business and build a better life for themselves while socialism lays in wait with IRS agents, nooses made of red tape and meddling bureaucrats looking for businesses to control and loot.

3) Capitalism leads to innovation: Coming up with new products is often time consuming, expensive and hit or miss. Nine ideas may fail before that tenth one takes off. The less the creative people behind these ideas are allowed to benefit, the less time, money and effort they’ll put into developing new concepts and inventions. Put another way, the bigger the risk, the bigger the reward has to be to convince people to take it. Capitalism offers big rewards for productive people while socialism offers makers only a parade of bureaucratic leeches who want to take advantage of their “good fortune.”

4) Capitalism produces more economic growth: Capitalism produces considerably more economic growth than socialism and as John Kennedy said, “A rising tide lifts all boats.” A fast growing economy produces more jobs, more wealth and helps everyone. Many people assume that capitalism isn’t working if there are still poor people, but that misses the point. In many parts of the world, poverty means living in a hut with a dirt floor while in America, most poor Americans have TVs, refrigerators and cell phones. The rich may take home a larger share of the pie in capitalism, but the poor also benefit tremendously from living in a growing, thriving economy.

5) Socialism is too slow to adapt: Capitalism is extremely good at allocating capital to where it’s most valued. It has to be. Either you give people what they are willing to pay for or someone else will. On the other hand, socialism is slow and stupid for a variety of reasons. Because the government is spending someone else’s money, it doesn’t get particularly concerned about losing money. Political concerns about appearances often trump the effectiveness of a program. Moreover, even if politicians and bureaucrats are intelligent and competent, which are big “ifs,” they’re simply not going to have the specific knowledge needed to make decisions that may impact thousands of different industries. This is why capitalism may have its share of troubles, but when there are really colossal economic screw-ups, you’ll always find the government neck deep in the whole mess.

6) Socialism is inherently wasteful: Milton Friedman once said, “Nobody spends somebody else’s money as carefully as he spends his own. Nobody uses somebody else’s resources as carefully as he uses his own.” This is very true and it means that the more capital that is taken out of the economy and distributed, the more of it that will be wasted. The market does a considerably better job of allocating resources than the government because there are harsh penalties for failure. A company that makes products no one wants will go out of business. A poorly performing government program that wastes a hundred times more money will probably receive a bigger budget the next year.

7) Capitalism works in concert with human nature while socialism works against it: Ayn Rand said it well, “America’s abundance was created not by public sacrifices to ‘the common good,’ but by the productive genius of free men who pursued their own personal interests and the making of their own private fortunes. They did not starve the people to pay for America’s industrialization. They gave the people better jobs, higher wages and cheaper goods with every new machine they invented, with every scientific discovery or technological advance—and thus the whole country was moving forward and profiting, not suffering, every step of the way,” but Adam Smith said it better, “It is not from the benevolence of the butcher, the brewer, or the baker, that we expect our dinner, but from their regard to their own interest.” A man will work much harder to take care of himself, his family and his friends than he will to make money for the state, which will then waste most of it before redistributing it to people who aren’t working as hard as the man who earned it in the first place.

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