Tuesday, December 11, 2012

Hey, Americans, start getting use to the idea of communism

Bold is mine

The chairman of the President Barack Obama's Council on Jobs and Competitiveness, Jeffrey Immelt, the CEO of GE, praised China this morning on CBS: 

"China is changing," said CBS host Charlie Rose. "It may be being stabilized as we speak. What does that mean for China and what does it mean for the United States? Should it change expectations?"

"It is good for China," said Immelt. "To a certain extent, Charlie, 11 percent is unsustainable. You end up getting too much stimulus or a misallocation of resources. 

They are much better off working on a more consumer-based economy, less dependent on exports. 

There it is, folks, the mark of a genius lib.  "They are much better off doing as I say."

Hey, Immelt, how about you stay out of it, jackass.  What's the matter?  The Chinese people aren't enslaved enough for your liking?  You want to put some more restrictions on them?  For their own good, right?

The one thing that actually works, state run communism a bit– may not be your cup of tea, but their government works." More here:

And Obama LOVES this guy.
So communism "works?"  Really?  

And by "works," do you mean individual freedom for the people?  What exactly do you mean?  What good is a thriving economy to a slave?

And let me guess, if I say that you can go ahead and be a communist (live in communes/do as you please) as long as you leave me out of it, that won't sit well with you, will it?  Answer: No.

That's because "communists" know what's best for everyone.  They are your intellectual betters.  You'll do as they say, and if you disagree, they'll toss your ass in jail.

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