“You can’t legislate morality!” is a common battle cry today. It’s thought to be a quintessentially American idea, even though the Founding Fathers never expressed such a sentiment. The Founding Fathers legislated morality in a very limited form of government. Basically, morality expressed in prohibitions as Mr Duke points out: . . . prohibiting murder — we have legislated morality. May 29, 2016 Why Morality is the Only Thing We Should Legislate By Selwyn Duke Articles: Why Morality is the Only Thing We Should Legislate Unfortunately, the morality of our Founding Fathers has become so perverted it is difficult to separate common sense morality from group morality. I do know one thing for certain. America’s Founders sure as hell expressed “Thou shall not legislate charity.” I have to disagree with Mr. Duke’s broad analysis. If you want morality legislated go live in a theocracy. The instant you legislate morality as such you end up with spiritual leaders like the current piece of garbage living in the White House, or you end up with an organized religion priest like that asshole Pope Francis. NOTE: Everybody is free to follow religious leaders of every size, shape, and color. Just do not force me to go along. More importantly, do not use the power of government to force me to support your choice —— or your morality. I’ll make my own mistakes not yours. Bottom line: You cannot legislate charity is, or should be, the battle cry. Morality, love, and charity Socialism/Communism is all about legislating love. “Thou shall” rather than “Thou shall not.” Once the freaks got their hands on the public purse they legislated love and morality under the pretext of legislated charity. Example: The Affordable Care Act is a sick form of all three. Follow the money Do-gooder Socialist priests had to hide their lust for power and money because without tax dollars their sick religion would vanish overnight. Unlike Supreme Deity religions, Socialism cannot survive without tax dollars. Nobody in their right mind would voluntarily contribute to Socialism; hence, the need to legislate charity. As I’ve said many times, every one of the UN’s Universal Declaration of Human Rights has to be paid for with tax dollars; hence, Americans must surrender their Right in order to pay for the UN’s charity ripoffs. The Administration’s latest underhanded scheme to hand taxing authority to the United Nations is rooted in a philosophical argument that goes back to at least the 19th century. Then-state senator, the Chicago sewer rat, adopted the Negative-Positive Rights argument to suit his parasitic political goal: XXXXX The ugliest document ever written, the UN’s 1948 Universal Declaration of Human Rights, is the most devious compendium of institutional morality ever devised. That is why Taqiyya is selling positive Rights for the United Nations as opposed to “negative” Rights in our Bill of Rights. His positive Rights is nothing more than justifying tax dollars being collected by government Good Samaritans, while not one negative Right in the Bill of Rights forces another to pay —— as the UN’s Universal Declaration of Human Rights is aiming for. Voluntary charity is the stuff Good Samaritans are made of. Coerced charity is the stuff dictators are made of. In that sense, I never saw a Socialist/Communist who was not afflicted with a twisted Messianic complex if there is such a thing. Where The Hell Is My Hub? Charity hustlers were always confident that they were in hog heaven at the feed tub where accountability, the bane of charity hustlers, is non-existent. In practice, that meant that soliciting funds from individuals and private institutions became a thing of the past. Governments would administer all charity with tax dollars with no Right of refusal granted to taxpayers. A political system of involuntary charity allows wealthy sharpshooters to protect their fortunes worldwide as well as take credit for being caring human beings. Naturally, such a system requires taxpayers to pick up the tab for good works as defined by wealthy charity hustlers. This is the secret the public is not supposed to know: Take tax deductions away from the wise guys and they would not donate a penny out of their own pockets. Corporate wise guys cash in twice. They get the deduction then double dip by raising the retail prices on their products. NOTE: Here is my suggestion for legislation. Make it a capital crime to eliminate competition in the market place by any means. Finally, tax dollar charity is the economy. Indeed, Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders, along with many Republicans, would have American taxpayers believe that tax dollar charity is too big to fail.