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October 26, 2010 – Comments (5)

CR says:

Since I am a giving man of bounteous heart, here is my fourteen point plan for saving America:

1. A wall at the southern border.If Israel and China can do it, so can we.An immigration moratorium for 20 years. Immigration halts coincide with a resurgence of American economic vitality.

2. An end to birthright citizenship for children of non-citizens. If this means rescinding the 14th Amendment, so be it.

3. A flat tax, or a VAT coupled with the abolishment of the income tax. The tax is too damn high! And too subversively complex.

4. A repeal of Obamacare. It’s hurting, not helping.

5.  An end to all affirmative action and quotas.

6.  An end to all foreign military engagements that are not directly tied to the defense of American interests. There will be no more neocon wars for the spread of democracy, which democracy most of the world’s ingrates don’t want or can’t handle, anyhow.

7.  An end to Social Security and Medicare in their current incarnations. If we were a homogeneous Northern Euro country, these programs might stand a chance of succeeding over the long term. But entitlement programs do not work in a radically diverse society filled with population groups of differing health, economic, and conscientiousness profiles. SS alone creates a huge disincentive to save.

8.  An end to all government pension plans. Your tax dollars are going to support the lavish retirement plans of government workers.

9.  A restriction on public employees of their voting rights. Conflict of interest, ftw. Allow them to vote only every other election cycle.

10.  An end to no-fault divorce and welfare in any form, including food stamps, for single mothers. You want to kill a successful modern society? Kill the nuclear family. The rest will follow.

11.  An end to credentialism. The scourge of suckup credentialist glorification is producing a new elite of cognitive and cultural übermen at philosophical odds with the mass of Americans not invited to their coke and prep course parties. They will soon be a new subrace of humans if present trends continue (I’m not kidding). They do not have the majority Americans’ interests at heart. The New Eloi are testament to the resiliency of the eugenic drive in each and every human, regardless of social sanctions or legal prohibitions against active pursuit of such. While I am not anti-eugenic, (I’m closer to anti-dysgenic than pro-eugenic), the rapid formulation of a supersmart and supercapable minority elite perfectly tailored to exploit a modern information economy to their advantage while the masses fall further behind, is a recipe for oligarchy, a disappearing middle class, and revolution. Ending abject credentialism (or at least mitigating it) will be tough, but it can be done. Start by allowing companies to directly test prospective employees on their abilities to do the job they are applying for. This will take the pressure off employers to weight college degrees so heavily.

12. Next step is to gut the enormous endowments of our elite universities. Ending federal student loan programs and government funding is a start. Ending tenure would go a way toward excavating these wretched leftwing gargoyles from humanities departments. I’d also pass a law requiring strip clubs and Hooters on every Ivy League campus so that the future hedge funders and doctors can see what they would be missing if they settled for marrying the closest proximity fellow Ivy chick they could find.

13. End all federal agriculture subsidies. A big (heh) reason for the obesity plague is the confluence of government largesse (double heh) with industrial farming shoving sugars, HFCS, and cheap refined grains front and center on our nation’s supermarket shelves. Simply removing these market interferences would help propel a Paleo-style diet onto more people’s dinner plates.

14. An end to all government-mandated sexual harassment and diversity programs. Really, they’re mobile reeducation camps designed to sap the fighting spirit of America’s white men. They are insidious.

I wonder if there is one point in the above fourteen that Obama would find agreeable? Sez it all. Does anyone seriously doubt that this plan would restore America to greatness? And if you don’t doubt it…

then what’s stopping you?

The rest and commets are here

 http://roissy.wordpress.com/2010/10/25/americas-future-soldiers-are-unfit-for-duty/

5 Comments – Post Your Own

#1) On October 26, 2010 at 9:13 PM, xiuli80 wrote:

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#2) On October 26, 2010 at 9:25 PM, ajm101 (32.73) wrote:

#29 tells you everything to know about this guy (not for the overly sensitive)

http://roissy.wordpress.com/dating-market-value-test-for-women/

 

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#3) On October 27, 2010 at 4:35 AM, FleaBagger (28.26) wrote:

The other 12 vary from okay to excellent, and would more than make up for the immigration mistake, but if you look at the charts on the site, immigration prior to WWI strongly correlates to strong economic growth and a rise in middle class purchasing power, and a drop in immigration after WWI reflects the Great Depression. If immigration negatively impacted the economy, we would see our worst recessions during or just after the decades of highest immigration, but instead we see continued prosperity until other factors damage the economy, resulting in a drop in immigration.

Restricting immigration is like trying to cure cancer by eating fatty foods: people often stop eating fatty foods once they get cancer, so if we start eating fatty foods, that should help, right? It doesn't make any sense with immigration either: we have devastating social welfare programs and an intrusive government that attract lazy cheater immigrants along with the millions of hardworking immigrants attracted by our vast, wage-enhancing capital, so that means we should restrict immigration? Why not just eliminate the welfare programs and allow immigrants to come here and build stuff and make things?

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#4) On October 27, 2010 at 1:59 PM, SkepticalOx (99.46) wrote:

FleaBagger hits it on the nail regarding immigration. I have no idea who CR is (is it you?), but he seems borderline xenophobic and cherry picks data to fit his thesis (ok ok, who doesn't?).

The issue with immigration (or illegal immigration even) is that it puts a huge load on the welfare system of the state. Remove the welfare and create a society based on meritocracy again and the immigrants with the skills and motivation will create stuff here.

#12 If you want to pick at a problem regarding elite universities, it's their preference for children of alumni (usually, uh, white upper-class). It's sort of like affirmative action for wealthy. Though I'm not exactly sure how gutting their endowment or making stupid laws (yeah I know it was a joke) is any less "socialist" than all the gripes these people have against Obama. It's freakin absurd.   

Give me a break regarding #14, "saps the fighting spirit" out of America's white men? What a joke.

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#5) On October 27, 2010 at 2:06 PM, SkepticalOx (99.46) wrote:

6.  An end to all foreign military engagements that are not directly tied to the defense of American interests. There will be no more neocon wars for the spread of democracy, which democracy most of the world’s ingrates don’t want or can’t handle, anyhow.

He should seriously go a bit farther in defining what is "not directly tied to the defense of American interests". It's easy when you're a Monday morning politician talking about defense issues. Things aren't so black and white.  

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