The Statue Of Government

Michael Bloomberg is bent on making sweeping changes to NYC…for everyone’s own good, of course. The tyrannical piece of subhuman filth is definitely among the vermin who think of Americans as merely the nation’s populace and unfit and unable to govern their own affairs and lives.

Bloomberg: Liberty Is Much Too Dangerous
Liberty Is Much Too Dangerous

But we all must remember that Mayor Bloomberg is a benevolent philanthropist who seeks to protect us from ourselves. And there are so very many things that we choose that we have to be protected from: Trans fats, sugary drinks, loud music, the 2nd Amendment, … red dots.

Kill one, save millions
Bloomberg Has A Natural Fear Of Little Red Dots

Bloomberg should just remember that, since he believes he’s so much better and wiser than we, the People, nobody should ever even consider protection him, his wife Susan, or her two daughters that she claims are his, Emma and Georgina from anything, especially those little red dots. 😉

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3 Responses to “The Statue Of Government”

  1. FX Phillips Says:

    Humans can’t govern themselves

    Mr Bloomberg is a human.

    Mr Bloomberg therefore can’t govern himself.

    If that is the case then how can he have the temerity to think he can govern others.

    But Dr Thomas Sowell says it so much better than I can:

    But professor Cass Sunstein of Harvard has given reasons to the contrary. He cites research showing “that people make a lot of mistakes, and that those mistakes can prove extremely damaging.”

    Professor Sunstein is undoubtedly correct that “people make a lot of mistakes.” Most of us can look back over our own lives and see many mistakes, including some that were very damaging.

    What Cass Sunstein does not tell us is what sort of creatures, other than people, are going to override our mistaken decisions for us. That is the key flaw in the theory and agenda of the left.

    Implicit in the wide range of efforts on the left to get government to take over more of our decisions for us is the assumption that there is some superior class of people who are either wiser or nobler than the rest of us.

    Yes, we all make mistakes. But do governments not make bigger and more catastrophic mistakes?

    100 million plus dead by government “superior” decision making is a lot of evidence in his support.

  2. jonolan Says:


    There was an extra “/” in the link between the URL and the “Rel= nofollow” that WordPress automatically adds.” That screwed it up.

    As to the rest- Sowell, as always, speaks well and fairly accurately. I would, however, say that most in government are less able than the rest of the population in most ways that matters. If they weren’t so, they’d have found other ways to make a living.

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