Sunday, July 19, 2015

Hillaroama Comes Clean : Economic Plan of Sharing

Nothing new here in that to most of us that have been paying attention to the decline of the American dream, this can be seen as a consequence of  a progressive socialist liberal democrat power grab, and Hillary is just one stalwart advocate for more of the same. Keeping the handles of power in the hands of the few that know what's best for everyone.

It's so obvious to me, and of course many others that Hillary is campaigning to the progressive liberal base that will support her no matter what she has done or is saying she will do. She believes. and rightly so, if she can retain the brain dead to stay the course, they will go out into the trenches and gather others to the flock that might have been begun to see the light of progressive corruption and failures.

It seems in light of her rhetoric for more of the Obama ideology of income redistribution and more spending on 'infrastructure', roads and bridges, shovel ready jobs and Mr Obama lied about that, and she is lying, what he and she means is more tax dollars for "social infrastructure", more food stamps, more special housing and more subsistence for anyone that believes they have a right to other peoples money. A bed rock plank in the progressive agenda for social change and upheaval.

The roads and bridges thing are just 'dog whistles' to fool the ignorant and slow witted sitting in the front row of the church of liberalism ready to drink all the Koolaide they can get.

What the Hillary economic plan comes down to is no different then what has come and gone for generations over seas, especially the old soviet union, "each according to ones needs and each according to ones abilities". Doesn't Hillary's plan have the same ring tone from passed attempts at government as god? Doesn't her few personal contacts with the outside world and the media sound like the same old song and dance the democrats roll out every election?

Hillary Clinton's Economic Plan
Source: Allen West, "Clinton Economic Plan: Allen West Intvw Op," Texas Insider, July 14, 2015.

July 17, 2015

Former Secretary of State and Democrat presidential candidate Hillary Clinton's economic policy speech provided nothing more than liberal progressive talking points. It could easily be a movie sequel called "Hope and Change II," says Allen B. West, president and CEO of the National Center for Policy Analysis.

Mrs. Clinton took great pains to assault the industry (Wall Street) that has been a major contributor to her political efforts in the past. At a time when we are trying to kill the corporate welfare financial institution called the Export-Import Bank, Mrs. Clinton wants another one called the American Infrastructure Bank -- both carried by the American taxpayer. Mrs. Clinton has obviously abandoned the successful policies of her own husband -- whose praises she sings -- who once stated, "The era of big government is over" and worked with Republicans on welfare reform.

Americans do not mind higher taxes if they can see better economic growth and smaller government intrusion, but Mrs. Clinton offers neither. For some inexplicable reason she believes it is the mission of government, not that of American entrepreneurs, to raise wages.

It is duplicitous that Mrs. Clinton argues against the ruling in the Citizens United case viewing corporations as individuals, yet she wants corporations to share profits. Sadly, she advocates for destructive economic and tax policies that preclude Americans from doing exactly that -- by way of investing and receiving capital gains and dividends.

Mrs. Clinton is just another one of those who believes that only the government "invests." Too bad Americans cannot share in those profits since it is their hard earned resources being wasted by the inane rhetoric offered today by Mrs. Clinton.


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