The central myth of the leftist liberals is that they alone care. They care about the poor, good education, the environment and on and on. That they care is the structural pillar on which all else depends. The liberals care: This is their identity.
Conversely, anyone who questions the leftists with honest debate, or points out the dismal results of their failed policies, is immediately attacked and denounced as “uncaring.” In the minds of the liberals, they alone are the paragons of virtue. They hold a monopoly on “caring.” And unmasking the fallacy that only they care is what scares liberals the most.
The wrecked lives and crushed dreams in pursuit of utopian liberalism are countless. The history of the progressive left, both at home and abroad, vividly illustrates this. And that same history validates the fact that the left does not care about the individual at all.
The truth is, the Democratic Party does not care about you. It does not care about your standard of living, the value of your dollar, the national debt, your children, your children’s future indebtedness or their proper education. It undermines everything we have traditionally held dear as patriotic Americans.
A leftist progressive named Joseph Stalin once said: “One death is a tragedy; one million deaths is a statistic.” With Obamacare, that is what you are: a statistic.
For years, liberals have worked tirelessly creating the false premise that only they care. But Obamacare wholly contradicts, disrupts, disproves and abrogates the conventional wisdom of the leftists: that they care.
In fact, there is no real “care” in Obamacare at all. With this system, we became just so many statistics, mere fat to grease the mechanism of their gargantuan machine, because all they care about is control and power over you.
Take heed. The fact that liberals don’t care is kryptonite to the Democratic Party and all leftists. The unraveling of the “caring” meme is a carbon arrow shot straight to the heart of all leftism. This is why the verifiable disaster of Obamacare must be capitalized on and practically demonstrated — so that we can see the work of horrific nonfiction that it actually is.
Albert F. Shank II