Thursday, January 9, 2014

Time to pull out of LBJ’s War On Poverty

The Daily Haymaker, by Brant Clifton • 
I think it was Albert Einstein who once said the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again, expecting different results.

Statists in Congress are arguing — in the current unemployment insurance debate — that the government needs to spend even more money we don’t have to “help” those in economic distress.  Democrats in Raleigh’s General Assembly — aided by their media allies and The Round Rev’s Moral Monday rabble — are attacking Republicans for trying to get the state’s fiscal House in order and not turning the welfare spigot on full-throttle.

Liberals almost immediately protest any conventional military action by the United States. Yet, they have stuck with this so-called “War on Poverty” for 50 years.

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