Libertarians are anarchists. Anarchists tried to murder Teddy Roosevelt because he proposed true capitalism of supply and demand by using the government as the third party.
A recent speech by libertarian Republican Rand Paul of Kentucky revealed something. He quoted Davey Crockett in order to validate the stupid ways of libertarians and anarchists. Interesting because I recall a TV series about Davey Crockett in the 1950s. Boys wore coonskin hats to mimic Davey Crockett.
Lyrics of the theme song:
Born on a mountain top in Tennessee,
Greenest state in the land of the free.
Raised in the woods so’s he knew every tree,
Killed him a bear when he was only three.
Is this true that Crockett shot a bear at age three? I have no idea.
Continuing, the song goes like this:
Davy, Davy Crockett King of the Wild Frontier.
“King of the Wild Frontier.” Perhaps Crockett was an important part of the Wild Frontier. In the early 19th Century. Libertarians and anarchists are still living in a fantasy world that the “frontier” still exists today. I have news for them. In the 21st Century, most of the Frontier known to people like Davey Crockett is gone. Rand Paul lives in a fantasy world.
First of all, it is appropriate for a young boy living in the wild frontier to shoot a bear. They are dangerous to human beings. But what if Davey Crockett had a NRA-validated automatic weapon to kill the bear? I know hunters today who think such a thing is ridiculous. But people like fantasy-world Rand Paul thinks it’s ok. Joe Biden does not and I support Joe Biden.
Survival of the fittest means human survival in the midst of ferocious animals like bears. It does not mean we act like selfish individuals and shoot other human beings, especially with domestic terrorism. We should not have a stupid Jeb Bush promoted law in Florida called, “stand your ground.” Stand your ground is for cowards.
Then there is the Ukraine with a leader and people who don’t want a vicious man named Putin attacking their people. Rand Paul does not want to support Ukraine monetarily, but sure does not mind when members of Congress pocket money from big corporate PACs so as to remain seated in the U.S. Senate (or House of Representatives).
I think we need to look at the realities of today’s life, not live in the fantasy world with wishful thinking that we can live like Davey Crockett, as Rand Paul suggests. Oh, I see! The word “community of people” is associated with communism,, perhaps to Rand Paul and the libertarians? The libertarians remove our freedom of small business COMMUNITIES with destructive big Monopoly players who get their strength for a centralized supply-side Reaganomics from Reagan’s deregulation / privatization efforts. These vicious ones of business pocket the money they take after removing benefits to employees and we have watched an astronomical high growth of salary to the top stockholders and CEOs of companies, since the days of Reagan. With mergers and acquisitions, they remove small stockholders who are employees of a company. You don’t believe me? I have evidence from my own experiences and books like Eileen Schultz’s Retirement Heist. Plus there is more evidence. This is not just my opinion. It is commentary designed to bring to action those who will make changes and put us back to normal business with small businesses which were once the backbone of this nation.
And Rand Paul and others sure do know how to manipulate things so that the least densely populated states can have more control and can un-do what the more densely populated states have accomplished in the USA. In other words, they are living in their fantasy world about the “wild frontier” as being the main part of this nation. And then, Donald Trump tries to bring down the national park system which helps CONSERVE wildlands in the USA.
What a shame people like me cannot be given a huge amount of time to speak to the U.S. Senate. Instead, we are told to shorten what we write.
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