You should know by now that I am never wrong (99.8% accuracy rating--higher than Rush Limbaugh). What have I been telling you about the Obama/leftist attempt to from a PARTNERSHIP with Wall Street and big business? I have been telling you that is the "new' philosophy of the left, and that Wall Street (The Stupidest People on Earth) and Big Business have pretty much bought into the idea (bailouts and all of the rest). Wall Street and Big Business have, of course, never really believed in free markets and individual liberty. Just like Big Government leftists, these people believe in CONTROL. It should scare you to death that the Big Government types and the Wall Street types want to form a partnership, and have been forming a partnership, to control your live, and everyone life. Yes, Wall Street expects (I told you they were stupid) to be the dominant partner (and has halfway succeeded the past four years or so, including under Obama). And the Big Government types expect the government to be the dominant partner (ultimately, they will be right, provided the whole thing does not collapse first--as is likely). What both types agree on is that ordinary citizens should not be free to live their own lives, but should be under CONTROL, with this partnership completely in control of the economy (including who prospers and who does not; who is bailed out and who is not). (Yes, this is one of the many ways I am superior to Limbaugh, who skates around this point when he is not talking about how great Wall Street and Big Business are--Limbaugh being unwilling to face up to what I am willing to face directly).
There is an OLD term for this philosophy, which is not at all new: ECONOMIC FASCISM. No, I am not talking about Hitler. This idea of a central planning partnership between Big Government and Big Business predates Hitler. Hitler merely appropriated it because it fit into his authoritarian plans. It is, after all, a philosophy of control, and not of freedom. But you should not make the mistake of believing that I am talking about Nazi political "philosophy, or about Hitler.
"Economic fascism" is defined exactly the way I have described: a pa central planning partnership between government and big business to run the economy. It has been described this way: "socialism with a capitalist veneer". This is the correct term to use for what Obama has been pushing, and the approach the left is embracing (especially after they have realized that the American people don't want complete government control; the left believing--maybe correctly--tha many of the American people are willing to be DECEIVED into the idea that a government-business partnership is better than central planning from government politicians and bureaucrats alone).
Doubt me? Don't. That is what I meant above, when I said I am always right (in foresight--not hindsight). Today (Saturday), there is a leftist "rally" in Washington featuring "labor", "civil rights" groups, and other leftist groups (one sponsor being the Communist Party--lol). What is the philosophy of these people? What do they want?
Well, I heard two organizers on O'Reilly. There was the usual stuff about the government providing jobs (mainly direct government jobs), and otherwise waving a magic wand and taking care of us all with infinite spending But O'Reilly asked about what they expected of business. What was the answer? Right. ECONOMIC FASCISM. No, that term was not used, but he answer was that these people want a "partnership" between government (meaning the Federal Government) and business to run the economy to benefit the peoople (meaning the people those in control want "benefited").
Q.E.D. This is economic fascism, and it is the "philosophy" being now pushed by the left, by Obama, AND by Wall Street and Big Business. As I state above, if this does not scare you to death, then you are hopeless.
Is not this prospect alone enough that you should vote for every "anti-establishment candidate out there Including Christine O'Donnell--bite me, Karl Rove, establishment guy and closet economic fascist)? Of course it is. If voters do not keep these dual establishments from taking over the country, the country is lost.
P.S. Why do I keep mentioning Karl Rove in these articles? I just want to keep reminding him that I despise him, and do NOT consider him a genius. I have about quit watching Fox because of him. Nor is this a recent thing--just because of his despicable conduct regarding Christine O'Donnell. It has been true since at least 2006 (when I disowned President Bush), and I have said so in print over all of that time. Thus this message to Karl Rove: You and I are NOT on the same side, even if we may support many of the same candidates.