Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania – May 23, 2012 –
The November election is a battle between Marxism and Capitalism. The Marxists may win in the short run, but the Bolsheviks lost in the Bolshevik experiment of Marxism in Soviet Russia. That battle started in 1917, and ended in 1989.
The Bolsheviks got free health care, equality, and government control of the means of production. They got an economic system that didn’t produce products. Grocery items were scarce or non existent. Manufactured products were inferior. If you spoke wrong, had religious beliefs contrary to Marxists, et cetera,…you ended up in a gulag. This sad economic system ended in 1989.
Marxists have an obsession with a Utopian dream. President Obama and Democrats dreamed of having the government take over health care in the United States…just like Lenin did in Soviet Russia. They succeeded, and the outcome is: Obamacare is being decided by the US Supreme Court.
The Marxists have succeeded in saddling Catholics and others with a contraceptive mandate. Forty three additional suits have been filed opposing the contraceptive mandate.
The Marxists have succeeded in intruding into how our economic system works. They are badmouthing Bain capital. We had a bankruptcy system, which worked well. The Marxists succeeded in having a bailout of General Motors…instead of a declaration of bankruptcy. In essence, property was turned over to unions, and property was stolen from bondholders. Property of auto franchise owners was stolen. Bain capital was active in recycling failed businesses. Now, the Marxists are whining about how unfair Bain capital was.
The battle is good. Marxists may win the election in November…but I will do everything within my power to prevent it. The Bolsheviks lost in about 70 years. I hope it doesn’t take 70 years to remove Marxists from power in the United States.
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