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First and foremost, by advocating for the remedy of social ills by statutory action Bishop Robinson immediately contradicts his own moral objection. The only way for the state to attempt care for any class of persons under any set of circumstances–moral or otherwise–is to use the force of law, under threat of punishment, to extract the necessary income from whomever it chooses. (A sacrifice perpetrated on the weak by the strong–under force of temporal law–is not also social abuse?)
Vicious ignorant bullies with badges. Every government employee in this mess who abused his power should be fired, and never allowed to hold any government job again. It appears that some of them should go to jail too. h/t to Instapundit.
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Is there any one of us who hasn’t heard the argument from the idiots on the Left that goes like this: "Well if you don’t believe in Social Security, then you shouldn’t take any money from it! Nyah! Nyah!" Or "If you don’t like everything the government is doing, then you shouldn’t use the roads! Nyah! …
So is John Lynch’s ‘recovery’ built on a foundation of one time money from Washington to expand the role of government? That would be a yes. The Norelli/Larsen/Lynch combine took the company credit card, bought a bunch of goods and services from themselves in the form of more government, and are now left with more mouths to feed and a huge recurring annual bill for which there is no revenue.
…and here’s a fitting rebuke to all those who worship government and the power of the State while striving to stamp out Christmas and Christ from the public sphere. Merry Christmas to you all! —Tim Condon
From Mark Steyn’s excellent blog: "The other day The Washington Post previewed one aspect of this Saturday’s Jon Stewart rally – a march by government workers: Organizers of the ‘Government Doesn’t Suck March’ (their choice of words, not ours) were inspired in part by last week’s Washington Post poll that revealed widespread negative perceptions of federal workers. …