Monday, March 22, 2010

A Moment of Self-Discovery from a Few Years Back

If you are moronic Democrat, you can READ THIS and know why I am the way that I am.

It might make the debate a little shorter and make you understand why your philosophy shall ALWAYS fail.

Please take the time to comment.

10 comments:

One Salient Oversight said...

What's missing from this statement?

We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defence, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America.

That's right - any specific reference to the importance of the grand individual of Rand's writings is just not there.

I mean look at the corporate nature of the words - WE the people, COMMON defence, GENERAL welfare, Blessings of Liberty to OURSELVES and OUR posterity, UNITED States of America.

Geez, sounds like a parasitic, slave type society.

I'll tell you this much - the Founding Fathers of the United States would've laughed their heads off at Ayn Rand.

One Salient Oversight said...

And before you "Go Galt", can you please pay back the $11,992.81 you owe me and other foreign creditors?

paul mitchell said...

OSO, I owe no man a penny. And if there was a true accounting of debt, those of you that have been protected by your betters in the United States shall never be able to repay it. Sorry, get that paper debt from the people that sold our individualist ideology down the river. Namely, Barry Obama and the Democrats. You know, the folks that have brought the greatest country down to the level of your loser country.

One thing morons simply cannot understand about the Constitution is that there is no collective brain, so you parasites, that cannot grasp the basic premises of freedom, cannot last. After the collapse, y'all will need to breed more idiots.

Anonymous said...

The only eminent collapse appears to be that of your sanity, my friend. The missing final chapter of Galt's Gulch has the entire elitist hippie commune dying from mass e. coli due to the absence of a food safety agency.

Ayn Rand's writings represent a neurotic and unworldly reaction to Stalinism, an evil philosophy that has long since faded away. In terms of credibility, her philosophy ranks somewhere slightly below that of Ram Dass or Sun Myung-Moon, though her most devoted followers seem to be more hostile to outsiders than members of most other cults are.

paul mitchell said...

Anon, just because you agree with OSO that doesn't make you smart, in fact, quite the opposite.

Marginalizing Ayn Rand means nothing to me, either. I am not a Randian nor an Objectivist. You think simply because I linked Roark's argument, I must adhere to a novel written fifty years ago? That is as fucking stupid as someone that believes in Darwin's drunken lunacy.

Skunkfeathers said...

OSO, you want money? Get off your fat, welfare-drawing ass, and work for it. That's the problem with libtards: entitlement mentality. Perpetual dependency. Waitin' for Barry to open his secret stash and pay for everything. mmmm mmmm mmmm.

One Salient Oversight said...

And before you "Go Galt", can you please pay back the $11,992.81 you owe me and other foreign creditors?

paul mitchell said...

OSO, I owe no man a penny. And if there was a true accounting of debt, those of you that have been protected by your betters in the United States shall never be able to repay it. Sorry, get that paper debt from the people that sold our individualist ideology down the river. Namely, Barry Obama and the Democrats. You know, the folks that have brought the greatest country down to the level of your loser country.

One thing morons simply cannot understand about the Constitution is that there is no collective brain, so you parasites, that cannot grasp the basic premises of freedom, cannot last. After the collapse, y'all will need to breed more idiots.

One Salient Oversight said...

What's missing from this statement?

We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defence, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America.

That's right - any specific reference to the importance of the grand individual of Rand's writings is just not there.

I mean look at the corporate nature of the words - WE the people, COMMON defence, GENERAL welfare, Blessings of Liberty to OURSELVES and OUR posterity, UNITED States of America.

Geez, sounds like a parasitic, slave type society.

I'll tell you this much - the Founding Fathers of the United States would've laughed their heads off at Ayn Rand.

paul mitchell said...

Anon, just because you agree with OSO that doesn't make you smart, in fact, quite the opposite.

Marginalizing Ayn Rand means nothing to me, either. I am not a Randian nor an Objectivist. You think simply because I linked Roark's argument, I must adhere to a novel written fifty years ago? That is as fucking stupid as someone that believes in Darwin's drunken lunacy.

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