Reading Chuck “Jesus is not the only way” Currie opine on religion is bad, but reading him fail at economics as well is really painful. The latest installment is from his Democratic talking point memo on Mitt Romney in Mitt Romney Doesn’t Want To Hear About Income Inequality.
First, I should note that Romney is an awful candidate. If he had a “D” after is name then false teacher Chuck would him: pro-legalized abortion, Obamacare architect, etc. He’s just not as flaming of a liberal as Obama so Chuck is going after him.
First, the Romney quote in question:
“Everywhere he goes we hear him talking about millionaires and billionaires and executives and Wall Street. It’s a very envy-oriented, attack-oriented approach and I think it’ll fail.”
If Chuck were intellectually honest, he’d say that Obama is a raging hypocrite because he is the one taking the most money from Wall Street! While false teacher Chuck gives sermons on why Jesus would be pro-OWS, he ignores that his hero is by far the largest recipient of their largesse.
So is Chuck ignorant, a hypocrite, or both?
We ought to be talking about these issues in every venue because, as William Jennings Bryan once said, every great economic question is in reality a great moral question.
Yes, we should talk about economics. But that doesn’t mean the liberal solutions are good.
Have you seen the video of the lady with 12 kids by multiple fathers who insists that others have to take care of her? She is a product of Chuck’s ideology and false religion.
My advice to Romney would be to talk more about this as well, but for the opposite reasons Chuck has. I’d just keep asking who has received the most from Wall Street millionaires, then ask who is playing the class warfare card (Obama and Obama).
It isn’t about envy.
Yes, it is.
It is about homeless children and their families sleeping outdoors because of economic policies that benefit the wealthy while those Jesus would have called the “least of these” are left behind.
More hypocrisy: Chuck is wildly pro-abortion, even lobbying for taxpayer-funded abortions. Seems to me that involves killing the “least of these.”
And of course, he hasn’t proved that conservative policies caused those problems. Hint: Look at inner city problems then note that Democrats have had virtual monopolies on their education and politics for half a century. That’s the problem!
It’s about growing hunger in a land of plenty. For Christians and other people of faith, it is a matter of justice.
If someone came from outer space and saw how the poor in the U.S. lived compared to the rest of the world, they’d ask why everyone else doesn’t follow our model. Could it be better? Of course, but more liberal ideas like Chuck’s which are based on sinful coveting will only make things worse.