Democrat Socialism/Nationalization

From THIS article:

Yesterday, in response to Bush stating that we should open up more areas to drilling, the Communist, I mean the Democrats, came out and showed their true colors when they bluntly stated that the government should nationalize the oil industry. No, I’m not talking about Hugo Chavez. We’re talking about mine and your elected officials here.

In fact, Representative Maurice Hinchey stated that “we (the government) should own the refineries. Then we can control how much gets out into the market.”

Folks, if the government starts nationalizing industries, it’s time to follow this part of the Declaration of Independence:

“That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed, — That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government, laying its foundation on such principles and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their Safety and Happiness.”

IF the government nationalizes industry, I may just have to dust off the old SKS and Ak-47.

Update: Hat tip to “trillville” for this video:

Published in: on June 19, 2008 at 12:35 pm  Comments (3)  
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  1. That video isn’t even funny. This is what we’re looking at over the next 8 years of Obama—a fulfillment of Marxism in the abolition of property rights.

  2. […] with nationalization of private industry. (See the video of a very scary Obama Supporter here at The Old Right blog.) But how am I supposed to support McCain? How am I to breach the conscience that God has given […]

  3. Dust off not one but two assault rifles? Gotta give one to your 3-toothed step-brother Jeb? Time to get in some good lynchin’? BTW I’m allowed to say this because I’m white, so don’t start the race card with me. Do you own a refinery? If not then STFU, and if so then FU for posting record profits while the rest of us struggle to afford our commute in order to pay our taxes in order to get the oil companies more tax breaks. We should have been freed from our dependance on oil (Yes, even domestic oil)long ago. The oil special interest groups are the reasons we’re still dependant on dirty, obsolete internal combustion for transportation. Bet they all donate to democrats. The first electric cars came out over a decade ago. Wouldn’t you like to be able to buy an affordable, used electric car? Say about 100k miles on it, plug the batteries into solar panels and wind generators on your roof? Drive to work for free? Well too bad, you can’t, and I hope you realize who’s fault it is that you pay $4/gallon for gas, and when it gets closer to $10/gallon, I hope you remember reading this. If you didn’t even know about the first gen electic (not hybrid) cars than thank you for proving my point and go google their demise. How’s that for smaller government? The special interest and oil companies put their dirty hands into our political process and now, go figure, we’re in security AND energy AND ecological crises?!? Really? Keep up the hate mongering assault rifle speech, republicans, just remember you’re talking to a gullable, fearful, hateful bunch of sheep and to a demographic with a history of assasinating those who they disagree with. Let me use an example to prove my point. Pharmaceutical companies can cure herpes. They won’t. Why? The allmighty dollar. Why cure someone with one pill when you can supress their disease and sell them a pill every day? Will we ever be free of all (foreign and domestic) oil if we continue to let these people rape our political process (lobbyists), and our free markets (demise of a product with a VERY HIGH DEMAND) to artificially create a demand for their product which, lets not forget, will mean the death of us all after x ammount of time? The issue shouldn’t be how can we get cheaper oil or what’s best for the oil industry, or even what’s best for America. The issue should be freeing ourselves from oil dependance in such a way that all our interconnected crises (energy, national security, and enviornmental) are simply solved and we can go on working and prospering like we have in the past. In a perfect democracy, I would have a say as to how much pollution I inhale with every breath. That isn’t happening without some oil regulation. Some time in the future, if you live long enough, you will be wishing we had some regulations, just like we do now with the banks.

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