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"Trudeaupiate"

By Catherine McMillan at small dead animals:

.... In today's modern, increasingly socialist democracies, nanny-state legislation (if it saves one life!) and cradle-to-grave "social safety nets" are the opiate of the middle class, while the politics of race and identity, envy, and "social justice" are the stock and trade of the economic underclass.
The net result is a society of entitlement that absolves the individual of personal responsibility and creates an illusion that consequences are made to be avoided. There is always "failure of society", a previous generation, or corporate dynasty at whose feet the blame for personal failure lies, always someone else with more "ability to pay" to pick up the tab.
"They owe you"....

(Thanks, Kathy.)

Lane Core Jr. CIW P — Sat. 09/03/05 09:35:05 PM
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