Thursday, January 17, 2013
ROMNEY AND MLK: BLOOD BROTHERS
MLK day is coming! It's the 21st. MLK wanted people of every color to hold hands and play together.
Obama on the other hand is factional. He hates the whites of western PA who want to cling to God and guns. He hated Zimmerman and Crowley because they didn't look like him. Trayvon did, so Obama was cool with Trayvon (imagine a white president saying Zimmerman looks more like me, so he must have been innocent).
MLK stood for color-blindness!
He also stood for plagiarism and adultery!
Obama is for faction on color lines, like Mugabe!
In Mississippi they celebrate MLK along with Robert E. Lee. Oh the sense of humor in Mississippi! Gotta hand it to those confederates! But MLK has nothing to do with Robert E. Lee. Robert E. Lee is more like Obama. Obama wants us to be good slaves, working for him as he turns America into one big plantation.
If you go back to JFK he asked us not to ask what the country could do for us, but what we could do for the country. But did he mean we would be slaves? He stood AGAINST Cuba and was shot by a communist dirtbag named Oswald.
In other words, he meant country first, not faction. JFK was no communist. BHO is all about faction. He is out of the Tammany tradition in which you divide up the pie, and give all of it that you can to your voters. You redistribute the pie to your voters. That's Tammany for you. It's also Marx. "Workers of the world unite!" Sayeth Marx in the Communist Manifesto (it's also on his tomb). This means unite AGAINST the employers, and take over the "means of production," or in the case of Marxist-feminists, the "means of reproduction." Black Marxists use it to argue that blacks should combine against others, or Native Americans against others, or what have you hyphenated creep of groupthink roiling in the scrum, uses it to unite, and now it's everybody against the white male. But Romney didn't want WHITE MALES to stand against ANY group: he wanted the business community to stand together with the religious community.
Romney, like MLK, stood for inclusiveness. He stood for universalist ideals in which we were first and last AMERICANS. (It was difficult for him to vocalize what he meant as he was such a wooden stick, so I am helping him along.) Business has to do well AS A WHOLE. You can't have a raise unless the company is doing well. We are part of larger economic ecosystems.
Nazis used law to discriminate against Jews and divide up the pie and give it only to Aryans. Law actively discriminated against the owners (esp. if Jewish) and seized goods and factories for the state, even allowing the state to pick gold out of the teeth of the newly dead. Stalin had similar laws in which the state owned all and any private holdings including a cow that a kulak might try to hold onto was repossessed and the kulak sent to Siberia to learn her lesson. Equality came in the form of a scythe wielded by the death panels of the State!
Not everyone is an entrepreneur so we will never be equal. Entrepreneurs are more rare than great poets which they resemble! No two poets are equal or even similar. More rare than artists! No two artists can be ranked alike because each has a different calling and the State cannot plan for this individual any more than the state can decide which poems we can write! Equality has nothing to do with quality. Under liberal capitalism under Romney this would have been understood. Quality was Romney's litmus test not equality. Liberty to follow one's calling. There is a time and a place for everything but only we can decide. Marx tried to END history by killing the lions and serving lamb. Obama is similar. He's against guns! He's against business! He's against the Constitution! He doesn't like anybody who doesn't look like him! He's all faction, and scapegoating and he tries to plan for others! He is a mistake who thinks he's always right!
MLK would have accepted Romney and Romney would have accepted him. Obama is cut from a different cloth. He is more akin to Stalin and Hitler, more akin to Marx, more akin to Mao, more akin to Sharpton and Jesse Jackson and to Robert E. Lee. We must unite under universal laws that discriminate against no particular faction and that are good for each individual. Tammany has never understood this. It is the Lincoln group that did, and the W. group that did. We must unite around universal human rights based on the sovereignty of the individual.
MLK's crusade was not for equality but for quality.
OBAMA is something else: a carpet bagger, an opportunist, a good for nothing, someone with big ideas that nobody wants, but that are so vaguely and charmingly put, that no one can resist. I alone have remained awake, and am dedicated to the individual. Long live Lutheran Surrealism!