Monday, May 24, 2010

There's Only One Little Problem With Tom Friedman's Argument

The dead from the massacre at Tienanmen Square, China, in 1989, what "one day" of being China in America could look like.


And millions, tens of millions, maybe more, like me.

You know, rich white teabagging racist elitist nazi rednecks from flyover country (yes, it doesn't make any sense, but then they're all names leftist clowns always fall back on in place of genuine argument) like me who would get in the way.

Allow me to explain.

Mr. Friedman, the esteemed Obama propagandist for the New York Slimes, would have America turned into this, if only for a day, according to his superfluous and, frankly, stinking of rotting beans speech Sunday on Meet the Depressed:
I have fantasized -- don’t get me wrong -- but that what if we could just be China for a day? I mean, just, just, just one day. You know, I mean, where we could actually, you know, authorize the right solutions, and I do think there is a sense of that, on, on everything from the economy to environment. I don’t want to be China for a second, OK, I want my democracy to work with the same authority, focus and stick-to-itiveness. But right now we have a system that can only produce suboptimal solutions.
Brushing his teeth after that one wouldn't have made the room any less noxious, though we would have been able to glimpse a ray of white light reflecting from the black hole that is his mouth, the mouth that speaks for the even blacker hole (as in The Grim Reaper, lest anyone have visions of racism dancing in their heads) that is the Obama Regime.

As The Anchoress puts it:
Every murderous totalitarian government of the 20th century began with some insulated group of faux-intellectuals congratulating each other on how smart they are, and fantasizing about how, if they could just install a dictatorship-for-a-day, they could right all the wrongs in the world.

It is the ultimate fantasy of the narcissist. And we’ve got whole generations of them, in control of our media and our government, all intent on “remaking America.”
Thankfully, we've got whole generations of Americans who are disabusing themselves of this notion of "remaking America," whole generations of Tea Party inclined, but beneath that, "don't tread on me" inspired, Americans, who, if push should come to shove, know they and so many others like them will have to rise up and honor five simple but powerful words, in order to make sure that being one day of China never, EVER, occurs on American soil:

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