Sunday, April 06, 2014

Outrage? AWOL

You and I get caught up in the daily grind of watching what the Liberals Progressives Communists are doing.  We're mad, but we continue to ride it out on Obama's slippery slope.

Where is the outrage?

ObamaCare won't have Death Panels, then it does.  We whimper.  ObamaCare won't subsidize abortions.  Then we're hit with a $1/month by the IRS specifically for abortion.  Refuse to pay and you'll see the business end of an IRS gun.  Stimulus will create jobs.  It didn't.  Oh well, just another Trillion.

Where is the outrage?

It is there.  We meet at Tea Parties.  Nobody buses there, we arrive on our own.  We carry the flag because we have an emotional attachment to the same dream our founders had.  That American dream that is diluted, ignored, and mortgaged.

Where is the outrage?

The media is part of the conspiracy to "transform America" into a European socialist state.  Because that system works, apparently.  When it fails, we'll hear how we need to 'struggle' further.  "Embrace the consciousness of the proletariat" we'll be told.  Just read any of the books in my Library list to the left to see where we are headed.

Where is the outrage?

Some more recent examples:

MoonBattery: A CEO loses his job because he supports marriage between a man and a woman.

MoonBattery: Prop 8 is overturned by a judge.

MoonBattery: A judge releases the names of Zimmerman jurors.

FRC: Sportscaster fired for his Christian beliefs.

Foundry: Duck Dynasty.

NRO: NM Supreme Court forces photographer to work at gay marriage.

Christian News: Baker faces discrimination for declining gay wedding cake.

USA Today: Chick-Fil-A.

And coming soon to an IRA or 401k near you (ZH), a "Bail In" where you get volunteered to save your country:

Did you know Poland confiscated retirement savings last year?

You can also see a list of ACTIONS taken by those-more-equal-than-us at Obama's Checklist - a list we maintain. 

You can also click the "Slippery Slope" link below to see other Slippery Slope posts.  We are keeping track regardless of the public outcry, or lack thereof.

So, any ideas on if or when we'll see the outrage?  

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