When you start writing a political blog you meet new faces and new places. You see things you’ve never seen before and run into ideas you never thought possible. After the Acorn scandal that seemed to only be covered by the right-wing media. I came across an article that spoke of the beginnings of ACORN. Wade Rathke began his career as an organizer for the National Welfare Rights Organization (NWRO) in Springfield, Massachusetts. After working with the NWRO, he left for Little Rock, Arkansas to found a new organization designed to unite poor and working class families around a common agenda. Working with Gary Delgado, Rathke was a co-founder of ACORN.
The name of the organization above is a clear indication of how these people think. National Welfare Rights Organization. Since when is Welfare a right? I personally don’t think it is nor should be. In the Bill of Rights nowhere does it say the Right to Collect Welfare. This is only a small indication of what’s planned.
If you’ve never heard of the Cloward-Piven Strategy your not alone. The Cloward-Piven Strategy seeks to hasten the fall of capitalism through deliberately planned crisis achieved largely by Overloading the system.
By 1975 New York City was in bankrupcy. In that year Mayor Rudy Giuliani cited Cloward and Piven by name as being responsible for an effort at economic sabotage. By that time, implementation of the Cloward-Piven Strategy had accomplished changing cultural attitudes toward welfare from a temporary expedient to an end-in-itself.
Notice that Overloading of welfare rolls was the cause. In 1960 there were 150,000 welfare cases, by the 70′s, there were 1.5 million cases. One person on welfare for every two working people.- http://www.danielpipes.org/comments/141413
These stats are very funny to me. Socialists and communists love to scream how unjust the American Capitalist society is. Yet this same society is funding Welfare, Unemployment, Medicaid, and Medicare. Doesn’t sound like a true capitalistic society to me. Sounds like a quasi-socialist society. And that leads us to what the name of their game is. And that is to break America. Financially pure and simple. They want America to go broke. Which we are.
According to that article we have ALL the money in our future committed already to future programs for the next 50 to 100 years. We are in the red on our commitments and now the President wants to call a pay as you go rule similar to the 90′s. Don’t be fooled. He’s already raised spending by 30%. Now he wants a freeze.
Obama plays right into this strategy of bankrupting America. It appears that the left wants to break Capitalism in America the same way a jilted lover will destroy their significant other. Cutting off the nose to spite its face. I have to admit I came into this nieve. Not understanding the hatred that some people have to America and the opportunities it provides to its citizens. Where else can a minority become the unquestioned leader of his country? Why does everyone who doesn’t live in America pray for the chance to come here. For the opportunity. Plain and simple. Most people will tell you. I don’t want charity. I just want an opportunity. Give me a chance to make things happen. There are people who want to destroy America from the inside out. They hate America’s military so if they can destroy the budget they can undercut the Armed Forces. They can undercut the power of America and turn her from a champion into a has- been. Why? It appears America is not fair. They want America to go broke. The left wants to bankrupt America. And by bankrupting America they can do something no one or country has ever done. They can destroy America.
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