I’m sick of Republicans constantly talking about Reagan, but I’m really at a boiling point with Democrats talking about the 1990s and wanting to go back in time, to a place where ignorance was bliss. At least Reagan-obsessing Republicans don’t want to go back to the 80s; they just (over)seek out certain “content(s) of character,” thinking their timeless traits will translate well in any era. Democrats really want to go back in time. Who’s the conservative now b%(*#s?
To me, the 1990s were just the buildup time directly before an inevitable, crusade-like attack on America.
I guess I’ll get used to it since Obama has recycled so many players from Bill Clinton’s term(s). Honestly, I’ll take it. His other alliances seem worse than Clinton’s cronies and I didn’t want to fundamentally change the country to begin with.
Anyways, it’s time for liberals to put their earmuffs on again and not read this article, so they can deny it’s premise and keep making stuff up as they see fit. That way, they can prescribe more of the same medicine that got us all sick while blaming conservatism.
This article out of Scotland, which proclaims “capitalism didn’t kill the banks, socialism did,” helps diagnose our current financial crisis quite succinctly.
Please note the difference between deregulation in markets besides housing, which smart people know wasn’t “deregulated,” but was rather, “hyper-regulated” as people like Barack Obama had “sit-ins” at banks to disrupt business and encourage junk loan lending to people who should have been in apartments.