Every once in a while, we get some very interesting e-mails! I thought you might like this one:
I will admit up front that I don’t listen to you very often. Sleep is NOT overrated!! But having said that, your whiny dissonance is just too much for me to take. But what really frosts me is how you can call yourself patriots, brazenly acting as apologists for freedom, self-sufficiency, and personal accountability.
Don’t you understand that bondage is the natural order of the universe? That people, owing to their inherent proclivity toward corruption, are incapable of governing themselves?
Taking this as a given, it is absolutely unconscionable for you to pump out an endless stream of indisputable facts, figures, and historical perspectives that erroneously bolster your listener’s belief in life, liberty, and the American Way.
Instead of further promulgating these myths, you should be supporting our president in his quest to suborn our country to the New World Order.
Rather than continuing to resist his noble efforts, you should in there assisting him in convincing the American people to steer themselves away from pernicious prosperity. They are too stupid to see this or even handle their own money. That is why they should turn it all over to a higher authority.
And for pity sakes guys, if you did nothing else, you could be acting as shepherds, helping Nancy Pelosi and Harry Reid herd us along like lemmings toward the fatal cliff of single payer health care.
You know, you may have made a tidy little sum of money for spewing out your venom, but your little pile of gold pales in comparison to that of global patriot and international financier, George Soros. What part of his of brilliance, however demonic, can’t you understand? Mr. Soros has certainly embraced the dissolution of the United States. Why can’t you?
But of course, your life’s work seems to be making the general population unhappy with the impending social meltdown. You work to prolong their dreams of a nice little house with a picket fence, an SUV, wholesome food, the best health care, and an annual two week vacation with the family to some nice beach location… or maybe the mountains.
If you prevail, they won’t be happy in a worker’s paradise of high rise apartment projects, graffiti, drug dependence, and hospital operating rooms that look like something out of a 1930s Soviet butcher shop.
Instead, they will be unjustifiably dissatisfied with being huddled up in cold, dark, living quarters, forced to share intimate space with total strangers; suffering from ailments that would have been child’s play to successfully treat just a couple of short decades prior.
They will have memories that tell them they want the right to keep the fruits of their own labor- and live like the oligarchs that so benevolently rule them.
To employ a totally inappropriate metaphor; you guys, like some redneck Alabama governor of not so long ago, stand in the doorway, preventing real progress from being ushered in.
You should be ashamed of yourselves. Ashamed! Surely someday in the future, just when you need that life-saving quadruple bypass surgery, there conveniently won’t be enough money in the system to see that you have it.
And all of your money will belong to Timothy Geitner.
How would anyone respond to this? Do people really think this way or are we being put on?