Europe is dying, right along with socialism and Obama-ism. The election results yesterday prove that Europe’s voters don’t know they’re committing suicide — or don’t care. The only pertinent question is what will take Europe’s place once its political union, and its worthless currency, both wind up on the ash heap of history.
Three times in the last century America had to step in to save Europe from itself — in World War One, World War Two, and the Cold War. Now we’ll have to do it again, as Europeans stumble dazed and broke from the rubble created by their EU bureaucrats, politicians, and unions. But this time it won’t be American soldiers, or arms, or even a nuclear umbrella that comes to Europe’s rescue. It’ll be American ideas and policies based on free markets, economic growth, and individual freedom.
...Who knows. Maybe at the end of all this, Europeans will discover their own culture buried under two centuries of socialist and Marxist garbage: the Europe of Adam Smith and Tocqueville, of von Mises and Hayek, of Aristotle and Aquinas. Maybe they’ll realize their birthright as the original home of liberty and freedom, at long last.
Monday, May 7, 2012
There is a Wingnut Shortage in Europe:
This is EXACTLY what I was thinking the other day. Europe is in trouble and there is only one way to fix it. And we can help fix Europe, yet again (sigh), by exporting our wingnuts to Europe.
Hell, many of their ancestors likely came to America from Europe in the first place. In a sense, we owe Europe for this immigration. As everyone know, America has been enriched by the generations of immigrants who have settled upon her shores.
And since it is moral to pay the Country's debts, we should settle this score and return some of the people who know the solution to every problem. It does not matter what the problem is, these folks have a simple solution for it every single time. And these truly special people are the hardest core wingnuts around.
I say why spend money building Camp Bachmann, when Europe is suffering from a desperate shortage of Wingnuts. This is a win-win solution.