Four years ago today was September 19, 2008: the day capitalism died.
Four years later, we've got a record number of Americans on food stamps, plummeting labor force participation, $16 trillion in debt, and four consecutive trillion-dollar deficits. The TSA goons grope women and children for the crime of traveling about the country, and our global military empire terrorizes people in countless foreign lands.
The U.S. has plummeted to #18 among nations in economic freedom.
And we're dangerously close to re-electing a President who believes in central planning rather than free enterprise, and executive orders rather than the Constitution.
Liberty was fun here while it lasted. See you in the next country.
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