Friday, June 30, 2017

Greece, Venezuela, Illinois

What is the endgame of the left's big government program?  The ingredients are all in place:  more rules, more regulations, demonizing the rich, physical intimidation of opponents, eliminating free speech, claiming to speak for the poor -- these are all things that we have heard in Greece, in Venezuela, and in Illinois.

Using tactics like this, the left has thoroughly implemented their economic and political programs in Greece, Venezuela and Illlinois.  How are things going now?  How are the poor doing?  How is anyone doing?

In Greece, garbage piled up in Athens threatens the health of all, but especially the poor.  There are no longer any real public services in Athens.  In Venezuela, people fight daily in the streets for food to feed their children.  Civil war has effectively broken out in Venezuela.  Illinois, currently at an earlier stage of disaster, no longer pays routine bills to hospitals and schools.  Soon, these facilities will close.  Already the murder rate in Chicago rivals third world statistics.  Violence in Chicago is common place among the poor.

So, how is the Sanders-Warren-Obama-Chavez-Papandreou  program working out?

When free people are put in straightjackets, free speech suppressed routinely on college campuses, political language used to incite fierce anger against the business community, the end result is always and inevitably the same.

If you want a glimpse of America's future under the left, visit Athens or Maracaibo today.

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