What's funny is that conservatives have been saying something similar for years. "Freedom isn't free." "Our soldiers died for our freedom." "We should honor those who gave the ultimate sacrifice."
It seems like they're perfectly okay with the concept as long as it involves wars and killing. But suddenly, when it turns into more mundane yet equally important sectors of society such as labor and education, all of a sudden the harsh reality that we depend on others becomes taboo. Why is this?
Turtle, just an FYI, I have you on my ignore list. (I chose to read that one post just out of curiosity.)
The ghost of Jack Kevorkian for President's Physician: 2016
The undisputed king of "I", "ME" and "MY" has the unmitigated gall to marginalize the efforts of other individuals...
For the love of gawd, fire this piece of ****.
Incrementally, and always under the guise of "fairness", "equality", and "social justice", the US Constitution has been deceitfully interpreted in ways that remove all limitations on central authority...and place them on the people.
Why are there two versions of this thread?