Political Playthings — Angry MobSelfishness or Socilism (sic) — It’s just that simple, ain’t it.
(If you want to smell the fear, you must click it.)

In Political free enterprise America, you can go shopping for and purchase an angry mob.

I don’t mean just a few “action figures,” either.  I mean an enormous, angry, malleable mob of real people.  Just ask Dick Armey and the Koch Brothers.

The Mob” as they like to call themselves, have become the living, breathing toys of the super-rich;  cuzz nothing beats the thrill of manipulating 20 to 30% of the population through fear and hatred in an effort to further entrench yourself behind power, bigotry, and obscene amounts of personal wealth.

And the disgusting irony is this: The Mob, while angrily insisting out of one side of their mouths that America is a “Christian Nation” founded on the teachings of love, mercy, and the Golden Rule, is also telling their fellow man out of the other side of it to go fuck himself.

But.  It’s just another (and no doubt misspelled) sign the culture war in America is gearing up for another pitched battle between the forces of Progress and the forces of Greed.

“What’s in your wallet?”  “Honk if I’m paying your mortage!” (sic)


Those timid souls who can only keep up the struggle of life by the aid of continuous false illusions of success are doomed to suffer failure and experience defeat as they ultimately awaken from the dream world of their own imaginations.
The Urantia Papers

The religion of Jesus … [requires] that the energies of living be consecrated to the unselfish service of the brotherhood of man.  Selfish men and women simply will not pay such a price for even the greatest spiritual treasure ever offered mortal man.  Only when man has become sufficiently disillusioned by the sorrowful disappointments attendant upon the foolish and deceptive pursuits of selfishness, and subsequent to the discovery of the barrenness of formalized religion, will he be disposed to turn wholeheartedly to the gospel of the kingdom, the religion of Jesus of Nazareth.
The Urantia Papers

Shrewd, wicked, and designing men are not to be permitted to organize themselves for the exploitation and oppression of those who, because of their idealism, are not disposed to resort to force for self-protection or for the furtherance of their laudable life projects.
The Urantia Papers


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