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Seen on the internet: “I couldn’t understand the debate. It was all in Spanish and communism.”

6 Responses to “Speaking of the debate”

  1. pkoning Says:

    Yup. When Robert Francis O’Rourke started babbling in Spanish, I tuned him out. I guess he never heard of Teddy Roosevelt’s statement that there isn’t any such thing as a Hyphenated-American.

  2. Lyle Says:

    Foreign languages and communism are quaint and Progressive, whereas being pro-American is racist and backward.

    So we actually have people running for office on an anti-American platform. That would mean they’re actively conspiring against the United States.

    Rather than arresting them for conspiracy against the U.S. constitution, we treat them like legitimate candidates, and subsidize them. Thus we are in the process of failure, with no solutions.

  3. JTC Says:

    For given value of “solution” as ending the current process, there’s a solution all right…

    Whether we or anyone survive it is another question.

  4. Ron W Says:

    Communism is regressive…poverty, slavery and death. Today’s “useful idiots” (as Lenin called his followers), dumbdowned by their government schooling, don’t know that–yet.

    “Democracy is indispensible to socialism. The goal of socialism is communism.” –Vladimir Lenin

    “We must hate. Hatred is the basis of communism. Children must be taught to hate their parents if they are not communists.” – Vladimir Ilyich Lenin

    “Accuse the victim of what you do.” –Karl Marx

  5. Tirno Says:

    There is a necessary minimum amount of government power needed to implement the Glorious Revolution to True Communism. In chemistry terms, think of it as an ‘activation energy’.

    To extend the chemistry analogy, however, with the same components (people, institutions, etc) and a lower amount of (still high) government power, you have the activation energy necessary to implement a variation of totalitarian neo-aristocracy. One has to say one is still striving for the goal of True Communism, but in the meantime you’ve swapped out dukes, counts, knights and serfs for Chairmen, Directors, Commissars and ‘comrade-citizens’. Oh, and jus primae noctis makes a reappearance.

  6. Ken Says:

    Nah, sounds like you understood it fine.