looking into the heart of darkness

Mark Tapscott, the low level boob who was given a laudatory link by right wing head-case Michelle Malkin, wrote a fantastic little piece for the free daily DC ‘bloid The Washington Examiner warning everyday Americans to watch out for the “Stalin in progressives hearts” (that’s actually the title of the story, you can’t make this stuff up anymore!). This is one of the most depressing and telling articles I’ve stumbled across so far since Joe Wilson made me lose my mind a couple of weeks back and here’s why: Mark Tapscott, the little shit, is probably getting paid to write this drivel, and worse than that, I’m willing to bet that the filthy little dead tree rag that employs this blithering blunderbust probably averages more than eight readers a day like my blog.

I mean, how far can hyperbole in a (relatively) mainstream publication go before it drives any unsuspecting sane readers completely over the edge. Honestly, after reading this piece of shit I wanted to go to my nearest drug dealer, buy a massive quantity of marijuana, smoke it all at once, grow my hair out, fuck a tree, burn a car, throw fake blood on an innocent fur wearer (while calling him a bourgeois bastard) and run around my neighborhood in a crudely made Uncle Sam Costume banging one of those one-man-band back-pack-bass-drums whilst holding up a paper mache effigy of George Bush shouting “Bush Lies! FREEDOM FRIES!” That’s really how I felt, honest to God, if you’re still reading, here’s why:

• Mark Tapscott believes that trying to get terribly sick and broken Americans access to legitmate healthcare is a hop, skip and a fart away from Stalinism:

Forcing all of us to buy officially approved health insurance is essential to a functioning government-run system. As Obama told Congress, “many of insurance reforms we seek – especially requiring insurance companies to cover pre-existing conditions – cannot be achieved” without the individual mandate.

Why? Because the politicians and bureaucrats who will manage the government-run health care program know that, without the force of government behind them, they won’t be able to make the rest of us do what they tell us to do.

Once the power is granted, the question becomes how severe will the enforcement be. Fines will suffice, for Obamacare, for now. For Stalin, the first choice was usually the Gulag, or a bullet. It’s just a matter of degree.

•Mark Tapscott taps noted policy non-maker and renowned boob Times columnist Thomas “Suck On This” Friedman to tell us which way the wind blows in Obama’s America

Consider New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman’s telling admiration for the communist thugs who run the Chinese government:”One-party autocracy certainly has its drawbacks. But when it is led by a reasonabley enlightened group of people, as China is today, it can also have great advantages. That one party can just impose the politically difficult but critically important policies needed to move a society forward in the 21st century.”

That in a nutshell is the totalitarian temptation that plagues all who would use the power of the state to impose their vision of the good society on the rest of us.

•Mark Tapscott believes in FEMA will set up re-education camps in the desert at the behest of Obama crony Bill Ayers:

And if the dissenters won’t be quiet, Bill Ayers, Obama’s once-and-future colleague, can always dust off his copy of that old Weather Underground plan for FEMA re-education camps in the desert southwest.

•Mark Tapscott believes that climate change legislation (Waxman-Markey) is part of Obama’s rise to despotism:

It’s the ever-present Stalin whispering in the progressive ear: “Ignore those reactionary, loud-mouthed, ignorant Tea Party protesters and decree Obamacare, Waxman-Markey, and all the rest of it. Do it now while you have the power!”

And lastly:

•Mark Tapscott is a dishonest nincompoop:

But that is what government always does as it becomes more costly, intrusive and intolerant of dissent. As if to drive the point home, the Department of Health and Human Services issued a gag order this week telling all private companies participating in the Medicare Advantage program to shut up. Violators would face fines and jail time. Forget the First Amendment.

The gag order was issued after Humana Corp. sent a letter to its policyholders who participate in Medicare Advantage telling them the facts about Obamacare’s effect on the program. The companies were ordered “to end immediately all such mailings to beneficiaries and to remove any related materials directed to Medicare enrollees from your website.”

The bureaucrats added this blunt threat: “Please be advised that we take this matter very seriously and, based upon the findings of our investigation, will pursue compliance and enforcement actions. ….”

Those, my friends, are the words of soft tyranny. How much longer before it becomes a hard tyranny?

You can read the two or three sentences not reprinted here. Be forewarned, however, the comments section is not for the faint of heart.


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