Saturday, February 16, 2013

PROGRESSIVE LEFTY HARKIN SPINS SPENDING

The lunacy and denial continues in Washington, DC.  Senator Tom Harkin (D) of Iowa spews forth the mantra of the progressive left as he delivered testimony about debt reduction to the United States Senate.

Progressives are driving America away from our founders and away from our free market principles.  With propaganda like scripting from the President to the media.  They deliver their lines so well and with cadence it's almost hard to deny their sincerity.  The fact is, progressives believe in spending.  They focused on spending under FDR and then their policies failed our economy then.  Now, we are encircled with the left mentality.  Our country is dependent on its government and the media keeps beating the drum to dumb down the American populous.

Here is a prime example of how the left delivers their message with such gravitas.  Senator Tom Harkin gleans out a smile and delivers exactly what the progressives believe.  Despite our staggering national debt of $16.5 Trillion.  His statement closes on this video with a swipe at the wealthy and a tactful twist to advocate class warfare.  View it with Pepto Bismol at the ready... http://youtu.be/lAWT6TnsY9A


An informed, engaged American citizenry is key to restoring our economy and turning the tide away from the progressive mandate.  Our Republic will prosper as long as the role of government is minimal, our politicians are held accountable, our job creators are unleashed, and our citizens are actively in charge of running our country.

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