and a servant to the electorate demands. The U.S. Constitution doctrine opposes socialism, communism
or “social justice Progressivism”; hers is Liberty that is considered a positive Liberty, not negative, in
eyes of those who honor American Freedoms. (6)Acharnedokument(1) The meaning of the words 'socialism' and 'communism' have changed and grown over the years. Mostcommunists would say that communism is a form of socialism, or a progression (Progressivism) fromsocialism. Even Marx and Engels themselves used the words to mean different things at different pointsin time. Today, the socialism
’s sales pitch as
defined by modern Progressives and hard Left Liberals,including the U.S. President is defined as
“distribution of wealth”, “social justice”
or “income equality
, come from equal income families. After High school, bothland a job in a mill for $17 hr. John wants an upper class lifestyle for his future family and lives a frugallife saving as much as he can for college courses at night. Jack lives for the moment. His spending habitsinclude drug use, entertainment and wasteful purchases. Living with less, compared to Jack, John saves asmuch as he can when he can. Working over 40 hours a week, John attends school at night. Jack wouldnever want to lose his evenings if there were a good party to attend. John completes his education, earns 4times as much as Jack, and lives in an upper middle class neighborhood. Jack, who blew every penny heever earned, spent his free time relaxing, lives in a housing project, on assisted living, and will not hold asteady job as long as his government benefits do not run out. Under socialism ("income equality"ideology), John's success is seen as greed and insensitive to poverty since John has more than Jack. Johnhas a boat, Jack does not. John has a nice house, Jack lives in a rundown apartment. John can affordcruises to the Bahamas, Jack only lives by the bottle. Like a cancer in socialist economies, all of the
“Johns” of society who lose economic merits also lose the ambition for a better life, to better themselves
in education, and to dream and hope of a successful future. In the end, income equality turns all the
“Johns” in society to “Jacks” to where the society spirals down to a poverty standard of living and slave
to their empowered government who hordes the tax revenue of th
e “Jacks’… because all the rich “Johns”
are bankrupt and so too is the innovation in products and manufacturing that they strived to achieve.
Before one opens a pizza restaurant, they must acquire risk capital for a business startup.Long hours, dedication, ingenuity to advertize, improve product line, and delivery efficiency improves the product. The industry feeds hundreds in the local community. The business decreases the cost to supplynutrition to the local community and the payoff or reward to start this venture will feed hundreds thusimproves and enhances the society. Jobs are created, spending increases, those employed spends their income supporting the community thus supporting other revenue constructs that support society. A startup business not managed with the same ambition and dedication will fail and the owner will lose everythingthus creating opportunities for others to succeed by inventiveness.
(3) Barack Obama sums up his philosophy: "Pragmatic progressive". That’s how the pres
ident dubs his philosophy introducing Virginia Gov. Tim Kaine as his pick to head the Democratic National Committee.
"Tim and I share a philosophy," said Obama. "It’s a pragmatic progressive philosophy that was at the
heart of my campaign and will be at the heart of this administration." ABCNEWS.COM. TheCongressional Progressive Caucus (CPC) is the largest caucus within the Democratic caucus in theUnited States Congress with 76 declared members, and works to advance progressive issues and positions. From
the CPC Website, Mike Golash: “Progressive labor is a revolutionary communistorganization,” Golash, Amalgamated Transit Union president. Communist Party USA PAC leader JoelleFishman reported CPUSA uses the Congressional Progressive Caucus as “an important lever” to “move