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Here is a song (youtube link) to our Obamaville future. Enjoy you all as the government destroys all happiness in our lives.

As H.L. Mencken’s description of health care professions in his day…”A certain section of medical opinion, in late years, has succumbed to the messianic delusion. Its spokesmen are not content to deal with the patients who come to them for advice; they conceive it to be their duty to force their advice upon everyone, including especially those who don’t want it. That duty is purely imaginary. It is born of vanity, not of public spirit. The impulse behind it is not altruism, but a mere yearning to run things.”


“The whole aim of practical politics is to keep the populace alarmed – and hence clamorous to be led to safety – by menacing it with an endless series of hobgoblins, all of them imaginary.”


…”By the mid-1930’s, thanks to the New Deal, all that self-reliance had changed, prompting Mencken to declare: ‘There is no genuine justice in any scheme of feeding and coddling the loafer whose only ponderable energies are devoted wholly to reproduction.  Nine-tenths of the rights he bellows for are really privileges and he does nothing to deserve them.’ Despite the billions spent on an individual, ‘he can be lifted transiently but always slips back again.’ Thus, the New Deal had been ‘the most stupendous digenetic enterprise ever undertaken by man…. We not only acquired a vast population of morons, we have inculcated all morons, old or young, with the doctrine that the decent and industrious people of the country are bound to support them for all time.  The effects of that doctrine are bound to be disastrous soon or late.’
When someone asked, “And what, Mr. Mencken, would you do about the unemployed?”  He looked up with a bland expression.  “We could start by taking away their vote,” he said, deadpan. Mencken was not surprised when the majority disagreed.  “There can be nothing even remotely approaching a rational solution of the fundamental national problems until we face them in a realistic spirit,” he later reflected, and that was impossible so long as educated Americans remained responsive “to the Roosevelt buncombe.”

If only I can bring H.L. Mencken’s name and his just wonderfully awesome quotes to the forefront of American Politics. You’ll never hear is name in any American Government School, I know I didn’t and that is why I can trust him today, because he was a bad boy that told the truth. God rest your soul you atheist, but I think the Big Man has a sense of humor and you are doing fine.

The Kansas Kracker