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A Nation of Slave Owners


I said a while back that I can tell whether you're an American by asking one simple question:

"How hard will you defend the private property ownership of others?"

But I err. There's a second question I need to ask:

"Do you like to work and be rewarded for it?"

The answer, I fear, for the majority of those living in America today is "No."

Instead, they want others to work and to receive the benefit of the labor of others.

Which makes this a nation of wannabe slave owners, who feel entitled to the fruit of others' labor on their behalf.

What person who enjoys work wants to live in that?


by Brett Rogers, 11/21/2012 3:21:44 PM


So do you really think that the pro-life position was a part of the national campaign? If so you weren't paying attention. I have noticed that pro-choicers aren't the most observant bunch and forget even trying to rely on science.



Posted by CW, 11/21/2012 6:44:29 PM

It was absolutely part of the national campaign, although not by Romney's doing. It started when Stephanopoulos first introduced it in a debate, and continued from there. You missed the "vote with your lady parts" meme proffered by the Left?



Posted by Brett Rogers (, 11/21/2012 6:55:44 PM

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