Di Blasio’s Frightening Inaugural Speech
Mayor Di Blasio said in his inaugural speech, “We do not ask more of the wealthy to punish success. We do it to create more success stories.” Right on big Bill, like taxing the wealthy creates success instead of reduces jobs and fails to stimulate the economy.
Doesn’t the long drink of water know that it’s Marxian fairness which results in unfair stagnation of capital and the spread of poverty which has always been the result of socialism/communism. Remember the bread lines in the USSR or the starvation in China. Punishing the rich ends up in taxation and poverty of the poor not the rich.
Di Blasio then went on to praise progressivism and say that charging the rich the price of a “small soy latte at your local Starbucks” each day, our youngest citizens will find their lives transformed by his new program for universal pre-K.
Now Di Blasio’s attack on the rich by commenting that they all care about is “lattes” rather than the millions of jobs they have built is a polarizing, stupid remark that could lead to street violence. He pretends that he cares about a harmonious city while he threatens to divide it like his progressive father – Obama.
As for universal pre-K, wake up Di Blasio. There is not an imminent emergency in childhood education that we have to dump more failed money into it. Your job is first and foremost to provide a solid economy.
It’s like when Obama became president and instead of focusing on the economy he put together his obvious train wreck—Obama Care. No wonder Democrats hate guns; they can’t keep their eyes on the target.
De Blasio said, “Yes, I’m going to raise taxes no matter what.” Now that’s a plan. Why not take an unsound idea and insist upon it regardless of its conclusions? Ideologues like De Blasio and Obama are stubborn. They invent what’s in front of them. Obama looks at a teleprompter and De Blasio reads off the hidden communist agenda of his youth in Cuba, Russia and Nicaragua.
Insistence is the failure to find a creative dialogue in their minds. Obama and De Blasio are not divided men. They are monolithic, rigid men.
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