How original: the Obama regime labels Mitt Romney’s Vice-presidential pick as “radical” and “extreme.” You cannot go one day without some Democrat describing a conservative as “radical and extreme.” They always go to this tired tactic from an old playbook. They are out of ideas and cannot creatively or accurately describe their opponents. The fact is that the Democrats have not had an original idea since Karl Marx.
Two thumbs up for Romney’s VP pick. I like how Ryan’s speech at the Nauticus Museum in Norfolk, Virginia was ideological. This election is not simply about different policy choices. It is about two antithetical ideas of what America is.
One idea is that America is a tool for a collectivist, egalitarian utopia where no one owns any more than anyone else and the “poor” are taken care on the backs of the working class. It is a place where “From each according to his ability, to each according to his need” is the motto.
The other idea is an America as a land of liberty, where our rights are given to us by God, where our national motto is still “In God We Trust,” where equal opportunity is guaranteed, not equal outcomes, where private property and success is celebrated and defended, where ingenuity, innovation, and hard work are rewarded.
There is a clear choice this election:
Obama’s collectivist America based on a secular humanist religion or an America based on its Judeo-Christian founding principles.