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Quote of the Day || January 24, 2012

“And tonight, ladies and gentleman, I’m announcing a special proposal to ensure that every Kulak pays a minimum tax of . . . I mean, every high earner pays a minimum tax of 30 percent.”

– Barack Obama

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10 Responses to Quote of the Day || January 24, 2012

  1. I’ll admit, I has to look up “Kulaks” (Russian peasant landowners, who were considered a road block to Utopia). Apt description of us in flyover country. In Russian, “kulak” means fist and is used as a perjorative.

  2. Yup he’s right it’s the Kulaks their fault.Lets re instate Pavel Trofimovich Morozov as hero and denounce our fathers to the authorities.
    That plan bureau system worked out well in the Ukraine during the Holodomor.

  3. “And to prove my point, I have the secretary of the nation’s biggest Kulak who sent the Treasury an additional check sitting with Michele while they plan an all-girls vacation to Hawaii next week.” BO

  4. To take it one further. Wait until the pogroms start and the Cossacks ride down from the hills to finish off the villagers. Soros is predicting violent uprisings in America (no doubt paid for by his organizations) so I would suspect that there will be some catastrophic events heading our way.

    In Jeremiah 8:11b the prophet said, “Peace, peace,” they say, when there is no peace,” and the patriot of the Revolution, Patrick Henry, told the Virginia House of Burgesses, “Gentlemen may cry, Peace, Peace– but there is no peace. The war is actually begun! . . . Is life so dear, or peace so sweet, as to be purchased at the price of chains and slavery? Forbid it, Almighty God! I know not what course others may take; but as for me, give me liberty or give me death!”

    We are at the point were peace is no longer an option. Those that believe in in the ideals that America was founded on need to take up arms in the way of voting and fight the tyranny that has become the federal government.

    • Ah, Patrick Henry. I recently revisited St. John’s and was reminded of how close the assembly came to voting no. We tend to think of our Founding Fathers as being of one accord, but in reality, a great many of them wanted to go along to get along.

      • “[G]o along to get along” sound so much like today.

        The only reason I even mentioned the verse from Jeremiah was due to the fact that so many of today’s Revolution revisionist want to paint the Founders as being “just like us today” and that they were not men of faith. How ironic is it that Henry used nearly the same words in his famed speech as Jeremiah spoke thousands of years earlier. I think it was not coincidence, but rather a deeply rooted Biblical knowledge.