Thursday, August 31, 2017

Democrat voters like tyrants.

Democrat voters like tyrants.  Go to any liberal Member of Congress's Facebook page and you are highly likely to find many constituents slavishly supporting that individual.  You will find zero criticism of their policies but instead will find people writing things such as, "I am so happy that someone as brilliant/intelligent as you" are my member of Congress.  Most Democrat voters also know very little about policy but instead they feel emotionally connected with their local representative -- even if their representative is voting to increase their taxes and/or fees.  When one points out that many grievances that have been made recently, such as unaffordable housing, can be tied to regulations and permit fees that make building a house expensive or difficult, the Democrat voter is very likely to just lash out in disgust that anyone can criticize their amazingly intelligent local politician.  Democrat voters want to imagine that voting Democrat every two years somehow makes their life better.  No need to do anything on their own--voting Democrat has magical qualities.

Tuesday, August 22, 2017

It's not about the Confederate statues. It's about re-writing American history.

We have always held the view that Democrats don't like America very much.  We always seem to get more evidence that this is the case.  The recent policy of trying to tear down Confederate statues is in line with the view that Democrats wish to erase a great deal of our history -- because they wish to re-write the basic structure of our country.  The current American political and economic system is based upon the Declaration of Independence, the United States Constitution, and the Enlightenment: we stand on the pillars of true geniuses who provided us with the absolute best structure of government we could ever imagine.  What the Democrats would love to do, if they had the chance, is to completely eliminate all vestiges from the 18th century, including the American Constitution, and replace it with a new constitution that will empower the federal government even more and diminish the freedoms and liberties of individual Americans.

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Saturday, August 19, 2017

Antifa is a terrorist organization

Saturday, August 19, 2017

Antifa is a terrorist group

Nothing good comes from this new terrorist group called "Antifa."  The Antifa folks are nothing more than hired goons who do not believe in any of the American values that we hold dear.  The U.S. government must arrest all members of Antifa and put them in prison for at least ten years.  Antifa criminals engage in violence and stop individuals such as Ben Shapiro, Ann Coulter, and others, from speaking.  How can we tolerate a fascist organization like this?

Tuesday, May 16, 2017

California wastes money when Republican wins White House

I noticed a pattern in California recently. Since 2000, every time a Republican wins the presidency, California has to waste a lot of money for some political point. For instance, after the 2000 election, California spent a lot of money creating electronic touchscreen voting machines. Over time, election officials realized that these machines could be hacked and the state of California decertified these election machines. In 2004, California spent billions on stem cell research because President Bush was against taxpayer use of this research. No discoveries have been made as a result of this money. Fast forward to today: President Trump wants to deport illegal aliens, so California will spend millions on defense attorneys to represent illegal aliens. The end result is that probably 100% of the people will still be deported, but they will have had attorneys! California politicians love to throw money down the drain.

Thursday, April 06, 2017

Los Angeles's Unfair Housing Policy of Forcing Developers to Make Low Income Housing

One of the least fair housing policies is the mandatory policy requiring developers to set aside a portion of units in a new housing development for 'low income' households. In practical terms, this means that individuals who achieve must subsidize, through higher prices, those who are moochers and are not even paying the cost of constructing such a unit. Even liberals don't like this (at least, when they have to live with the results). After reading many Yelp reviews of luxury apartments, many tenants are shocked that people with very low income are living in the same building as them. Even people who reflexively vote Democrat can feel that there is a sense of injustice that they may have graduated from college, perhaps graduate or professional school, and they end up in the same place as some loser who dropped out of high school, used drugs, etc, etc. When it comes to hotels, we let the free-market prevail. We don't assume that someone who dropped out of high school will be staying at the Ritz Carlton. But in cities like LA, there is an assumption that when it comes to long-term housing, the free-market cannot be trusted.

A politically incorrect view of Hawaii

Here is the politically incorrect viewpoint of the day: Some Hawaiians (mostly activist nuts) are upset with the United States for overturning the monarchy and later turning Hawaii into a territory, and later, a state. Even the U.S. Congress and former President Bill Clinton actually apologized to the Hawaiians for doing so. However, this was unnecessary. Eventually, SOME country would have conquered Hawaii one way or another because it simply lacked the ability to defend itself militarily (what are they going to defend themselves with--coconuts?). Would the Hawaiians have been happier with China or Japan running their island? I doubt it. Hawaiians should be happy that they are a state and have the protections and political and economic stability that comes from being a U.S. state. They have the ability to elect the nutjobs who run the island very badly and they have representation in the U.S. Congress. To the extent that things aren't perfect in the Aloha state, maybe they should question the one-party state instead. ;0