Steamboat Springs Ideas are very powerful, they shape civilization. The socialist agenda of the 20th century comes to my mind. When Mussolini came to power in Italy in the 1930s, he proposed many of the same ideas as Barack Obama and the Democrats are pushing forth: attacking business, increasing government spending, (excessively) taxing productive people and subsidizing those who are not, and promoting a sense of grievance and envy among the populace, class warfare as it were.
If you remember correctly what happened when Mussolini and Hitler were able to implement their socialist agenda (Nazi is short for National Socialist Workers Party) the human race had the most catastrophic war we've ever seen.
The same goes for the 1960s here in the United States. With Lyndon Johnson's "Great Society" initiatives, crime rates skyrocketed, we had double-digit inflation, ghettoes in the inner-city were ravaged by drugs and gang warfare, many of the cities rocked by riots during those days still have not fully recovered to this day.
This is what's at stake, folks, in this most important presidential election. We cannot allow emotions and "feelings" to get in the way of a sound decision of who you are going to vote for Nov. 4. Obama and the Democrats, their ideas are dangerous. They breed intolerance and deliberately tear apart the family and faith.
You think your country is on the wrong track now, wait until you see a President Obama giving money to people who don't deserve it. Wait until you see Camera Magic! visits to terrorist heads of state (Iran, Syria, et al). We tried that too in the 1930s, we still had World War II.