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Marxachusetts Senate Race, Elizabeth Warren, Scott Brown

1st Debate Scott Brown vs Elizabeth Warren, conservative analyses pt.1 

 

Elizabeth Warren, character doesn’t matter, it’s alright to lie to level the paying field as long as no one notices. This is Elizabeth Warren’s understanding of affirmative action, take from the haves for the have-nots for personal gain its okay and forget about the corruption.

Elizabeth Warren, Leveling the playing field. This is Marxist Populism clearly taken from the Communist Manifesto and Mein Kampf, from I. Bourgeois and Proletarians,

The history of all hitherto existing society is the history of class struggles and on, to Chapter I In the home of my parents and on. This is clearly a ploy to excite the “useful idiots” and radical leftist base. From the Supreme Pontiff to anyone with a bit of common sense knows the kind of totalitarian society to which this process slowly leads.

Elizabeth Warren, jobs bill created umm supported jobs for teachers, firefighters and police, created umm supported jobs construction as well. More government jobs to get our economy going again and the taxes taken from those who create wealth and jobs. An underlying issue is how illegal this is, local teachers, firefighters and police are supposed to be supported by the local community and not bought by a national government in a Statist society. Our State Constitution, the highest law of our Sate clearly declares we are a “free, sovereign, and independent body politic” and our United States Constitution clearly declares our sovereignty. “The enumeration in the Constitution, of certain rights, shall not be construed to deny or disparage others retained by the people. The powers not delegated to theUnited Statesby the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.” Elizabeth Warren is clearly supporting a Marxist Statist society and the inevitable atrocities.

Scott Brown, the taxes and regulations thatWarrensupports destroys jobs and Brown voted for job bills that do not increase taxes and creates jobs.

 

Elizabeth Warren, the Bush tax cuts for the wealthy, we need to tax the rich more so we need to allow the tax cut for the wealthy to expire. The 92.1 million taxpayers with annual incomes of less than $50,000 in 2003 saw a 47 percent reduction in their average tax bill and the 26.9 million taxpayers with annual incomes between $50,000 and $100,000 saw a 20 percent reduction from President Bush’s tax cuts in 2003. This clearly made the tax code more progressive, taxing the rich more andWarrenhas an extremist ideology of a “heavy progressive or graduated income tax” found in the Communist Manifesto, an ideology that never worked.

Elizabeth Warren, again harps the Bourgeois and Proletarians, specifically harps the Proletarian, the working class as a true orthodox Marxist would.

 

Scott Brown, more progressive taxes are the greatest threat to free enterprise and is holding the line on going down the wrong path.

 

Scott Brown, ‘Taxmageddon’ is going to need a bipartisan effort to solve.

Elizabeth Warren, first item, cuts for the agrarian movement and finally a break from the orthodox Marxism. However throwing the orthodox Marxist and ardent Populist base under the bus is sure to be upsetting.

Elizabeth Warren, again harps the Bourgeois and Proletarians, specifically harps the Proletarian, the working class as a true orthodox Marxist would. This time there is a hint of nationalism, “national interest before self interest” as found in the Program of the NSDAP.

Scott Brown, you have a choice to check that box and pay more, individual choice that is opposite of “national interest before self interest” a checkmark toward the conservative base and founding values.

Elizabeth Warren, this is serous, again harps the Bourgeois and Proletarians, and hypes the plea that oddly sounds like a version of Das Kapital.

 

Sources;

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LZgIwnQT00g

Manifesto of the Communist Party

Mein Kampf

cbo.gov

Paul VI, “Octogesima Adveniens”, n.34 AAS 63 (1971) pp. 424- 425

MassachusettsConstitution

US Constitution

 

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