Article: Media, morality and the neighbor’s cow: When did Ayn Rand become the Republican Party’s bible? December 11, 2016Posted by hslu in Election, Politics, Trump, US Government.
Tags: Ayn Rand, Neal Gabler, Salon, Trump
Media, morality and the neighbor’s cow: When did Ayn Rand become the Republican Party’s bible?
I do not agree with author’s point.
I believe I am a kind person and just so happen I am conservative in my heart.I do not share Democrat’s way of giving other people’s money to the “poor” people and call It kindness. Why can’t those “poor” people work hard like many people do and pull themselves out of the dungeon like many other “poor” people have done before?
Give those “poor” people a fish a day, they eventually learn how to accept handouts like it is their rights.
That’s what I can’t accept.
What’s worse than taking handouts is politicians who act like they are kind people and care about those “poor” people. In reality, those politicians are handing out other people’s money for their own political gains.
That’s the Democratic Party’s way.
You read it and you decide.
But, be careful. Salon is ultra liberal by default. These people think that they are superior to all others.