R. A. Schultz



Our oftentimes un-beloved government has given us many wars, foreign and domestic, all too many of which have not even been intended to be fought, much less won.  Some of the domestic variety have been the War on Poverty and the War on Drugs.  Poverty, of course, will never be defeated because the Peoples’ Democratic-Socialist Workers’ Party (PDSWP) absolutely NEEDS an underclass in order to harvest their election-“winning” votes.  Drugs, of course, will never be defeated because the PDSWP absolutely NEEDS the income it skims off the immense profits of the international drug cartels in the form of campaign contributions and donations to phony foundations which in reality are monstrous slush-funds formed to hide the political bribery industry.


The War on Poverty commenced with the Economic Opportunity Act of 1964.  It has now been going on for almost 55 years with no end in sight.  The War on Drugs has been going on since 1971, and the War on Terrorism, which qualifies as BOTH a domestic and a foreign scam, since 2001.


Effectiveness of action doesn’t matter a whit so long as the progturds and their zombie followers can be made to feel like they’re doing something, ANYTHING ~ that displays for all their good intentions, and provides cover for their quid pro quo bribery schemes.


Here’s an idea for a war that will have some real meaning and, if fought and won, a real long-lasting effect:  I propose a War on Stupidity.  Imagine . . . A World without Liberals . . . . !


Carl Spencer
I would volunteer for that army even at my age.
  • March 5, 2019
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