A childhood to adulthood purging plan. A callous strategy utilizing poisoned water, lack of access to nutritious food, little or no healthcare, fratricidal living conditions, unemployment and under-employment, poor education options; and if all else fails, prison and/or pre-arrest and trial summary execution in the streets…
Well, I guess this brings us to full clarity on this year’s election: “equivalence of evil” theme the hate Hillary at all cost “progressive” crew championed… Folks should read Paul Ryan’s “bible” Atlas Shrugged. It is the fictional/metaphorical blueprint for the need to institute a national and official (out in the open) form of “Social-Darwinism”. Paul Ryan and his GOP colleagues want to introduce a type of legislative/policy “hunger games”; where the “unfit” (people of color, poor people of any color) just need to die off (the absence of an affordable health care plan “Obamacare”, should help to speed up the process), and spare the nation the burden of their offending presence. But unlike the cinema “Hunger Games”, the unfit in this “game” don’t even have a fighting chance because they will simply be nutritionally starved to death as children. In Mr. Ryan’s speech he also cleverly and cynically takes a swipe at poor parents (wait for it!), for being….well, poor. Read it and weep for the children for whom a school lunch may serve as their only nutritionally sound meal of the day.
From Time Magazine writer: Eliana Dockterman
“Paul Ryan says that free lunches provided to children by government programs give kids “a full stomach — and an empty soul.”
The Wisconsin Republican who recently took aim at the War on Poverty said during his CPAC speech that the Obama administration’s free school lunch program is offering Americans “a full stomach — and an empty soul”
Paul Ryan says that free lunches provided to children by government programs give kids “a full stomach — and an empty soul.”
In a speech he made at Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), the country’s largest gathering of conservative leaders and activists, Thursday, he shared this story he heard from Eloise Anderson, who serves in the cabinet for Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker:
She once met a young boy from a poor family. And every day at school, he would get a free lunch from a government program. But he told Eloise he didn’t want a free lunch. He wanted his own lunch — one in a brown-paper bag just like the other kids’. He wanted one, he said, because he knew a kid with a brown-paper bag had someone who cared for him.
He went on to say that “the Left” doesn’t understand this desire for dignity, not just comfort.