Tuesday, December 04, 2012

The emerging progressive police state

Daniel Greenfield believes we have "an emerging progressive police state." He describes it in his blog Sultan Knish. Who is in this breed that is emerging?

Some are dogmatically of the left. Many more are cluelessly so, mouthing dogma that they do not really understand and that has been boiled down for them into simple terms. These don't see politics, just a nebulous compassion that requires forcing everyone to pay for the good of the less fortunate, even if that money incidentally goes to line their own pockets.

Greenfield writes of the government lower class, those living on welfare, food stamps and free medical care. He writes of the government middle class, living on the hopes of one day cashing in on fabulous retirement benefits. And he writes of the government upper class.

There is an endless crowd of them, all dressing down, embracing what they think is authenticity, their voice frozen into a lecturing tone, their bookshelves crowded with inspiring tales of white people helping others in the Third World and finding their deeper soul in the process. They all have too many degrees, too many plans and too much power.

Go here to read all about it: http://sultanknish.blogspot.com/2012/12/how-government-class-lives.html

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