Gen. Wesley Clark and the failed socialist ideology.

Posted: June 20, 2011 in Uncategorized

Haha, I agree with Wesley Clark you could think of the military as the purest application of socialism there is, but what he fails to say, is that it is also the purest form of totalitarianism. See for socialism to work you need to have total control of the populace. Think what happens when you step out of line in the military, you will pay, the liberal fascists want to apply that to your daily lives. Want to have a free thought? Want to do what you want to do, when you want to?  Think again, not if socialists, liberals, progressives whatever you want to call them, (they are all followers of Marx) get they’re way.
P.S. The healthcare system isn’t all it’s cracked up to be either, want a composite filling on that molar? not a choice for you. Need to get your sick baby to the hospital, but your closer to one that isn’t covered under tricare, but it’s a matter of life and death for your child? Better hope your baby makes it long enough to get to that Hospital that’s in your plan. And unlike Army doctor’s think Ibuprofen does not fix all your problems..

http://www.arktimes.com/ArkansasBlog/archives/2011/06/17/our-socialist-us-army

Oh, I didn’t even touch on the eugenics aspect of his statement. See in the army if you don’t make the grade, you are cut/booted out. Wow so do you think the army being a great blueprint for socialism as Wesley Clark expressed, that socialists would like to determine whether you make the grade enough at life to justify your continued existence? Well in fact they do! Look up Fabian Socialistsvvvvg, what we would call today a modern progressive.

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