Welcome, one and all to the most INTENSE nightly read on the ‘sphere…The BitsBlog Nightly Ramble
- THEY”RE ABOUT RUINING AMERICA: Boortz, today, points to an article from The Nation , and to a couple other outlets that mention the “Cloward-Piven Strategy”
Both were at liberal Columbia University professors in the ’60’s. (I know, “liberal Columbia University Professor” is redundant). These two professors put forth their Cloward-Piven strategy in an article in The Nation magazine. The issue date was May 2, 1966. David Horowitz summarizes the strategy thusly:
The strategy of forcing political change through orchestrated crisis. The “Cloward-Piven Strategy” seeks to hasten the fall of capitalism by overloading the government bureaucracy with a flood of impossible demands, thus pushing society into crisis and economic collapse.
Hmmmmm. Does that sound at all like our current “crisis” in health care?
Heh, well, yeah, and not just healthcare. We’re throwing money at EVERYTHING, like there’s no end to it. I’ve been saying for soem time, even absent Cloward-Piven, that these people are about killing America… and with Cloward-Piven, and the links to the current administration, there are very few other, happier conclusions to be drawn.
- CULTURE OF CORRUPTION Michelle Malkin’s  book, is number one on the NY TIMES best seller list for the third straight well. Find the book here.  I note, though, an incredulous Michelle, observing that : Conservative books on top, but NYT concludes Marx is “back in vogue”.  Nope. NO disconnectiuon from reality there, eh?
- SAY WHAT? Over at The Hill, we see: 
Rep. Mike Ross (D-Ark.) said on Wednesday that providing healthcare to uninsured Americans is “not what this healthcare reform debate is about.”In making his comments, Ross, who is the centrist Blue Dogs’ health reform point man, questioned one of the primary healthcare goals of the White House and Democratic leaders.
“That is a side benefit to healthcare reform and an important one,” Ross told the Arkansas Educational Television Network. Instead, the fifth-term congressman said the bill should focus on “cost containment.”
Well, now, excuse the bleeping hell out of me, but we were told that the real reason that we were going into this financial black hole was because there was some money uninsured people. ow we’re being told the opposite. It’s train- wreck amazing to watch these morons implode on themselves. It might even be entertaining if it didn’t involve our money, and our future.
- LOL!! Gotta love it…