23 January 2010

The Proletariat Have Arisen

Dr Krauthammer and Dr Sanity add some words of wisdom to the meaning of the surprising upset pulled off by now Senator-elect Scott Brown of Massachusetts. Mr Brown Goes To Washington. Haven't we seen a movie something like that?
"And the Democrats are delusional: Scott Brown won by running against Obama, not against Bush. He won by brilliantly nationalizing the race, running hard against the Obama agenda, most notably Obamacare. Killing it was his No. 1 campaign promise."Dr Krauthammer


Yes, it is rather remarkable that the left is oblivious to the fact that the proletariat they have worshipped and depended upon for their revolution have finally arisen; but sadly, not in support of their ideas.

Quite the opposite.

Back in the mid 20th century, it became increasingly clear to dedicated Marxists that something was fundamentally wrong with the master's economic hypotheses. Like the followers of Jesus, they had been waiting a long time for the second coming,and they expected the collapse of capitalism at any moment. In fact, they were greatly encouraged by the Great Depresion and were certain that it was imminent.

But like a bad dream, capitalism just wouldn't go away, and instead of collapsing, it rebounded stronger than ever.Dr Sanit
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These two psychiatrists by trade have got their heads screwed on right.

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