A Dependent, Entitled America: The Lefts’ Fondest Dreams Come True

Written on Monday, January 7, 2013 by

In the future, Americans will look back at 2012 as the year in which liberals finally realized their fondest dream: a dependent, entitled America. It has been said that once voters get their hands in the federal treasury they will always vote for the party of big government, a maxim borne out by the re-election of Barack Obama. In 2012 Americans re-elected a thoroughly incompetent president with a consistent record of missteps, failures, and embarrassments. Under Barack Obama, the gage on America’s misery index pegged at its highest point and stayed there, while America’s prestige abroad tanked. Yet on Monday, January 21st he will be inaugurated for another term as President of the United States. Why? Because he understood the just stated maxim about using federal handouts to buy votes and took full advantage of it. Read more…
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