Why the “Coffee Party” needs to drink more Coffee
Youtube clip: This is from the LA Coffee Party, apparently showcasing some of the most out of touch and apparently quaalude-taking members of the Left. Sure, it is nice to finally not see a bunch of screaming members of Code Pink shout their hatred for America, but this bunch is truly boring.
Again, it is interesting to note the constant talk of “Change” and “Progress” (yes, in reference to Progressivism) that these people spew. But I also think that their bizarre belief that “any change is good” is foolish. Was the “Change” in Germany that promoted Adolph Hitler to power “good change”? Or for that matter, the rise of Communism?
What the Coffee Party is is the less vocal Liberals trying to seem compelling in their promotion of Obamaism. They like to talk about “free healthcare” when anyone knows that nothing is free. One woman states in the above video that she is single and would like to “date” her Government. This is what happens when a person believes so strongly in Government as “Mama and Papa” that they are willing to trade their very lives, souls, and every freedom for the nanny State.
The individual thinking man and woman should be alarmed at the passive acceptance of these people toward a fate of progressive slavery. It would seem that their motto should be “Suicide is painless” or “Just go along with the flow”. And I guess if you take enough “ludes” you might say the same thing.
Are they actually drinking the Coffee, or the Kool-Aid?
I for one disdain the non-thinker who is willing to trade their existance for the cause of entitlement. To believe in serfdom over individualism is loathsome. It is as I have said many times before, apathy is the killer of nations. Simply “Let it happen” is their motto.
Change is not a word meaning Marxism, although these people think it is. They think it is great to talk about how great the French have it, but discount that nations innate problems. Once a great power in the world, France is now a paper Tiger that purrs rather than roars. The recent mass demonstrations by Muslims burning cars and attacking citizens is sign enough of that grim fact.
One can also see the glory of Marxism in Greece, where most of the Government workers have walked off the job and joined the screaming throngs for the fear that their Govt will be forced to cut their monstrous benefits. Can we be far away from this sort of behavior? After all, Government is becoming the nation’s biggest employer.