Urbin Report

Thursday, August 26, 2010

Not What We Would Call A Surprise

One of Washington's principal supporters of the Tea Party movement, former GOP Majority Leader Dick Armey's FreedomWorks, has been receiving death threats and profanity-laced phone calls as it gets involved in the fall elections. The number and intensity have reached such heights that the organization is leaving its downtown location near the FBI and moving to a high-security building near the U.S. Capitol.

-- Paul Bedard, US News

To those who believe in and live by the Primacy of the Parasite, power over the productive population is a moral necessity, a requirement of their mode of existence. In effect, power is life.

The ideal of the Left is in fact a master/slave social and economic order with themselves in the role of the masters. If the slaves are simply allowed to walk away the Left would simply die. This simply cannot be allowed from the moral perspective of the Left.

But to the slave life as livestock under someone else's control is without value. Only as a free person, and if necessary over the dead bodies of the masters, can an individual live as a fully human being.

There is a reason that slave revolts -- and that's what the Tea Party is from the perspective of the Left -- are one of the ugliest forms of mass violence there is. It is because both sides are literally fighting for their lives.

What are your questions on this block of instruction?

Monday, August 23, 2010

Sentence of the Day

From a NYT editorial: “But many of Mr. DeLay’s actions remain legal only because lawmakers have chosen not to criminalize them.”

-- Ramesh Ponnuru

We now reurn you to your regularly scheduled reality.