NEXT UP: THE TYRANNY CLIFF
Exclusive: Robert Ringer says those in power have taught people ‘to love their servitude’
by ROBERT RINGER
Jan 2 2013
Surprise, surprise ‚Äď the phony ‚Äúfiscal cliff‚ÄĚ negotiations have once again resulted in higher taxes and no serious spending cuts. But it doesn‚Äôt matter, because, the truth be known, the U.S. went over the so-called fiscal cliff long ago and is now in free fall toward the fiscal abyss that lies at the bottom of that cliff.
How will we know when we hit bottom? Easy. It‚Äôs when the government‚Äôs obfuscation and chicanery tactics no longer work and people finally discover that their paper money is worthless, their 401ks are worthless, and their income is worthless.
Now, the question is, does any politician ‚Äď tea party? conservative? libertarian? ‚Äď have the honesty and courage to talk openly about the really important cliff, the one we‚Äôre still hanging onto by our fingernails? The cliff I‚Äôm referring to is the tyranny cliff.
Sam Donaldson‚Äôs recent rant about the tea party was a reminder that the far left is doing everything in its power to marginalize anyone who dare suggest that Americans are being tyrannized by their own government. Graybeard Sam‚Äôs diatribe, which had a ‚Äúlove it or leave it‚ÄĚ ring to it, included, in part:
‚ÄúThe greatest slogan that I hated during this last campaign was ‚ÄėWe want to take back our country.‚Äô Guys, it‚Äôs not your country anymore ‚Äď it‚Äôs our country and you‚Äôre part of it, but that thinking is going to defeat Republicans nationally if they don‚Äôt get rid of it.‚ÄĚ