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The way to crush the middle class is to grind them between the millstones of taxation and inflation. – Vladimir Lenin

Video: Tea Party Philosophy vs Progressivism

If you want to know the difference between the two in just a few short minutes this video is what you need. When done watching the videos please examine or “Summer of Recovery” and “ObamaCare” roundup posts! Who is it that’s Extreme?

BREAKING – November 1, 2010 It has happened: ObamaCare results in local lay-offs




Natural Law & Economics:

Gun Rights insure popular sovereignty:

Illegal Immigration:

American Exceptionalism, Why America Works:

Christian Philosophy, our rule of law, and society:

Reagan vs the “Central Planners”

2 Responses to “Video: Tea Party Philosophy vs Progressivism”

  1. Jerry Gills said

    Transcript Wanted. Video is excellent but is there a transcript for us FAST readers who are visual learners and grasp ideas more quickly in written form.

  2. Rosie Dragicevi said

    Americans think the rich don’t pay enough taxes (photo: bright strangely)
    The American people don’t subscribe to the conservative position about why our nation has a deficit. Most people blame our deficit not on excessive social spending but instead on low taxes for the rich or the huge military budget, according to this National Journal poll.

    As important, the survey found Americans unconvinced that safety-net programs represent a major source of the deficit problem. When asked to identify the biggest reason the federal government faces large deficits for the coming years, just 3 percent of those surveyed said it was because of “too much government spending on programs for the elderly”; only 14 percent said the principal reason was “too much government spending on programs for poor people.” Those explanations were dwarfed by the 24 percent who attributed the deficits primarily to excessive defense spending, and the 46 percent plurality who said their principal cause was that “wealthy Americans don’t pay enough in taxes.” While minorities were more likely than whites to pin the blame on the wealthy avoiding taxes, even 43 percent of whites agreed.

    That is basically 70 percent of the country that holds a progressive opinion about what is driving federal deficits, while just a tiny fringe minority of 17 percent primarily blame excessive social welfare spending.

    This is important to keep in mind when you see polls ranking how important the deficit is as an issue. Just because some people might be concerned about the deficit doesn’t mean they support the Republican party on the issue. By far the most popular ideas for cutting the deficit, raising taxes on the wealthy and cutting military spending, are completely opposed by the GOP.

    IUSB Vision Editor Responds:

    Oh really?

    The taxes Democrats propose to “soak the rich” always seem to miss those who they demagogue for not paying their fair share. They have been “soaking the rich” for decades and keep missing the target. Why? – LINK

    Washington State overwhelmingly votes down new tax on wealthy – LINK

    Obama: Largest Wall Street Money Recipient, Hands Out Jobs to Contributors – LINK

    Top 20 Industry Money Recipients This Election Cycle – Who is in the back pocket of Wall Street? – LINK.

    Top All-Time Donors, 1989-2012 – Hint: Most goes to Democrats – LINK.

    Wall St. Made More Money In 2.5 Years Of Obama Than 8 Years Of Bush – LINK.

    Corruption You Can Believe In: Failed Sub Primes and Mortgage Fraud Lenders Funneled Money to Dodd & Obama the Most. Fannie & Freddie Gave $200 Million to Partisans-Most Went to Democrats! Dodd, Obama Among Top Recipients. Republicans Attempted to Pass Reforms-Blocked by Democrat Leadership! – LINK.

    Hypocrite! Elizabeth Warren Takes Wall Street Cash! – LINK.

    Corruption: Most Stimulus Funds Spent in Democrat Districts – LINK.

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