Wednesday, March 22, 2017

GOP Fine With Uninsuring 24 Million People But Remains Twitchy That Anyone Gets A Freebie

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Alan: In the following article notice how Rep. Lou Barletta argues agains Trumpcare because it might give illegals tax credits. 

First, ask yourself: "How many illegals will pay taxes?"

Then ask: "How many illegals make enough money for tax credits to have significant impact on the amount they pay?"

Republicans are insane.

GOP Fine With Uninsuring 24 Million People But Remains Twitchy That Someone, Somewhere Might Get Help

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The Hard, Central Truth Of Contemporary Conservatism

The hard, central "fact" of contemporary "conservatism" is its insistence on a socio-economic threshold above which people deserve government assistance, and below which people deserve to die. 

The sooner the better. 

Unless conservatives are showing n'er-do-wells The Door of Doom, they just don't "feel right." 

To allay this chthonic anxiety, they resort to Human Sacrifice,  hoping that spilled blood will placate "the angry gods," including the one they've made of themselves. 

Having poked their own eyes out, they fail to see that self-generated wrath creates "the gods" who hold them thrall.

The Evangelical Persecution Complex (Projection's Finest Hour?)

Almost "to a man," contemporary "conservatives" have apotheosized themselves and now -- sitting on God's usurped throne -- are rabid to pass Final Judgment

Self-proclaimed Christians, eager to thrust "the undeserving" through The Gates of Hell, are the very people most likely to cross its threshold. 

Remarkably, although they are prone to belief all manner of Trumpeted nonsense, none of them are tempted to believe in their own spiritual peril. 

"The Hard, Central Truth Of Contemporary Conservatism"

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