They stole our future, but they cannot break our will

Bill Whittle is one of the stars of PJTV and, in this video, he makes an impassioned plea to us to reject collectivist gloom that’s killing our people’s confidence and innovation, to once again take hold of an optimistic view of our future and fight those who would bind us as passive dependents of government.

Go, Bill!  Dancing

3 Responses to They stole our future, but they cannot break our will

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  2. Scarlett_156 says:

    Beautiful. Thank you.

  3. Porkchop says:

    While I’m not happy with the current administration’s attitude towards increasing the debt (I think the whole “let’s spend the unspent TARP money” thing is insane), blaming the left for the national debt is just plain wrong. The national debt almost quadrupled under Regan/Bush I, and then almost doubled under Bush II. During Clinton’s entire second term, the national debt only went up 10%. If you look at the increase in the debt as a percentage of the GDP, it makes Regan and the Bushes look like they’re spending like drunken sailors on shore leave.

    There was a time that the Republican party was about fiscal restraint, but aside from a few notables (like McCain), the GOP is just as bad about spending money they don’t have as the Dems are.

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