Monday, August 01, 2011

Why We Fight: Extraordinary times require extraordinary measures and lots of courage

Daniel Horowitz writes for Red State and also has his own blog, Red Meat Conservative.  He has a worthy post out that describes how dire and late the hour it is in America's collapse.  The post, "Why We Fight" says:
Historically, the growth of government statism has been irremediable. For every “100 yards” that they have advanced, our most successful counteroffensive has only slowed their rate of advance by a few yards. Now, after 80 years of soft-socialism, and 2 1/2 years of hard-Marxism, if nothing drastic is done, the government will control our healthcare sector, financial sector, and many other large components of our once proud free market. In other words, we are down big in the Super Bowl of socialism.
Horowitz doesn't just preach doom and gloom, but sees Obama's coming electoral defeat to be a major opportunity to fulfill some of Ronald Reagan's dreams, e.g. a balanced budget amendment, a 2/3 vote requirement for raising taxes, and a constitutional ban on price and wage controls.

Read it all here.   I have added "Red Meat Conservative" to my blog roll.

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