"The 9/12 principles-values and Rudy Giuliani are incompatibles. I hope you read up on how he tyrannized Lisa Jones, Timothy Tabor, Richard Wigton, Robert Freeman, Kidder, Peabody & Co, Princeton/Newport Partners, and the creator of 62 million jobs: Mr. Mike Milken.When NY GOP candidate for the 23rd congressional district Dede Scozzafava dropped out and the RNC announced it is backing Conservative Party candidate Mr. Doug Hoffman, I realized that THEOCRACY masquerading as freedom is surging!!!!!
Giuliani is a thug."
Ayn Rand said in 1976 (Ayn Rand Answers page 67): “Religious conservatives want to destroy the two-party system in America by destroying the Republican Party.” On page 64: “Buckley and the conservatives advocate an organized religion very interested in politics – that is, a THEOCRACY…”
I then viewed Mr. Beck's radio and TV interviews of Mr. Hoffman, described as an Independent candidate. Mr. Beck stressed, at least twice, that the Republican candidate is pro-choice.
Why didn’t Mr. Beck inform his audience that Mr. Hoffman is the Conservative Party’s candidate? The party which Ayn Rand described as “not an American political party, but a religious party – A PHENOMENON FORBIDDEN BY THE CONSTITUTION.” She further said: “the Conservative Party… subordinates reason to faith, and substitutes theocracy for capitalism…”
Mr. Beck repeatedly said that the Republican Party candidate is endorsed by ACORN. Ayn Rand would remind him that the Conservative Party is backed by these:
Pope Benedict XVI’s Caritas in Veritate (Charity in Truth - 2009) and Pope Paul’s Populorum Progressio (On the Development of Peoples - 1967) -
These encyclicals blame the PROFIT motive for all the world’s problems, and call for a worldwide REDISTRIBUTION OF WEALTH by a world government as the solution.More from Ayn Rand: Pope Paul’s Populorum Progressio declares that capitalism is worse than Marxism and that the only morality is altruism (self-sacrifice).
Men of reason: theocracy disguised as freedom is surging. Rise to defend liberty!
Heed Dr. Leonard Peikoff: “If you hate the Left so much that you feel more comfortable with the Right, you are unwittingly helping to push the U.S. toward disaster, i.e., theocracy, not in 50 years, but, frighteningly, much sooner.”