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Congress Brings Socialism To America With This Proposed Law

 

 

 

” Sadly today I am reporting to you yet another development that seems as if we are all living within the pages of Ayn Rand’s seminal work Atlas Shrugged.

  You may recall from the book that John Galt, the enigmatic protagonist, started off as a young engineer at the Twentieth Century Motor Company.

  When the owner of the company died, the heirs decided to run the business according to the new enlightened principles of the time.

  Primarily, they let all the workers vote on how the factory was supposed to be run and how much everyone should be compensated.

  And it was soon decided that “everybody in the factory would work according to his ability, but would be paid according to his needs.”

  Naturally, bright hard-working employees soon left; they found themselves working around the clock for the benefit of others who felt entitled to contribute as little as possible.

  John Galt was among the first out the door.

  And not long after, the once successful company went bust. No surprise.

  Unfortunately this is no longer fiction. Because in the Land of the Free, the United States Congress is striving to make Atlas Shrugged a reality.

  Their latest brainchild is to set up a new government bank, stuff it full of taxpayer funds, and loan the money to American workers for the exclusive purpose to help them form collectives and buy the companies they work for.

  It’s called the United States Employee Ownership Bank Act.

  And, straight from the bill, they aim to provide “loan guarantees, direct loans, and technical assistance to employees to buy their own companies. . .”

 

Read the rest at Zero Hedge

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Welcome to Washington, D.C.: Like The Hunger Games, But Without The Laughs

 

 

” Glenn Reynolds’ latest column in USA Today notes the striking (read: depressing) similarity between the fictional universe of The Hunger Games and today’s landscape:

You know the story: While the provinces starve, the Capital City lives it up, its wheeler-dealer bigshots growing fat on the tribute extracted from the rest of the country.

We don’t live in The Hunger Games yet, but I’m not the first to notice that Washington, D.C., is doing a lot better than the rest of the country. Even in upscale parts of L.A. or New York, you see boarded up storefronts and other signs that the economy isn’t what it used to be. But not so much in the Washington area, where housing prices are going up, fancy restaurants advertise $92 Wagyu steaks, and the Tyson’s Corner mall outshines — as I can attest from firsthand experience — even Beverly Hills‘ famed Rodeo Drive. ”

 

 

All your earnings are belong to us .

“If you were successful, somebody along the line gave you some help.”

Video at the link . View it and puke .

The man’s true colors are really starting to show through . Add to this sort of statement his skyrocketing foodstamp enrollment and the current effort to gut welfare reform , oh and let’s not forget  “Julia” and  his list of accomplishments reads like something Oren Boyle and Wesley Mouch would have attempted .

  “The Occupy Wall Street protesters
ultimately cannot entertain arguments about the value of the free market because they seek out and embrace a culture of dependency, where advocating for more benefits for themselves and others fulfills their deepest values.”