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    [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MIHqQl5fhQs&feature=player_embedded]Why The Obama Left Worships Government - YouTube[/ame]


    :lol:come on lefties get educated in the truth not the drivel they teach you in government run schools.....
     
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    1. Mussolini was infatuated with the ideas of pragmatism, meaning that any belief that is useful is necessarily true, and any that is inconvenient or not useful, is necessarily untrue. His ‘useful truth’ was the concept of a ‘totalitarian’ society. We can see it defined in Mussolini's own summary of the Fascist philosophy: "Tutto nello Stato, niente al di fuori dello Stato, nulla contro lo Stato"
    (Everything in the State, nothing outside the State, nothing against the State)
    MODERN LEFTISM AS RECYCLED FASCISM

    Herein is Mussolini’s attempt to make the state an object of religious fervor: a direct bridge to the French Revolution, and Jacobin thinking.
    “No project could be less conservative, or less right-wing.”
    Goldberg, “Liberal Fascism,” p.52

    2. Woodrow Wilson wrote in “The State,” 1889, that "Government does now whatever experience permits or the times demand." His writings attack the Constitution, and the ideas of natural and individual rights. Along with Frank J. Goodnow, they pioneered the concept of the ‘administrative state,’ which separated the administration of government from the limitations of constitutional government. American progressivism: a reader - Ronald J. Pestritto, William J. Atto - Google Books
     

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