Hillary Says Americans Will Have to Change Their Personal and Religious Beliefs

Hillary Clinton said that Americans will have to change their religious and personal convictions. Convictions and belief systems of citizens should not stand in her way. Cultural codes and religious beliefs have to change, Hillary said. She said the same thing in April of last year at the the sixth annual Women in the World Summit.

Instead of worrying about Fascism by Trump, people might want to look to the real and substantiated Fascism of Mrs. Clinton.

Americans have to change their beliefs because she says so? She will tell us what to think?

She was mostly referring to abortion but she can extend that to anything. She’s now the thought police.

In addition, Tim Kaine who claims to be personally against abortion, agreed to repeal the Hyde Amendment in exchange for the VP position.

(Democrats hate your beliefs. You must bow down and accept theirs.)

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In The Road to Serfdom F.A. Hayek explained that under socialist government “planning” the following scenario will occur:  The plans inevitably fail, after which the planners respond by granting themselves even more power, which means less freedom and more oppression.  They become more and more dictatorial, and more and more willing to throw morals out the door.  Democracy is destroyed, step by step.

The latest example of this phenomenon is democratic socialist Venezuela, where the government first completely ruined its economy with socialism — the stores are empty and middle-class people who used to have good jobs are literally rooting through garbage in the streets looking for food to eat.  The Venezuelan government is now ordering citizens to work on farms for at least sixty days to avert a starvation crisis.  Forced labor is always and everywhere a key feature of socialism and welfarism.  (Under the latter, the productive class is forced to work for months out of each year just to pay taxes that are used to subsidize others — a good definition of “slavery”).

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In God We Trust

On this day in 1956, two years after pushing to have the phrase “under God” inserted into the pledge of allegiance, President Dwight D. Eisenhower signs a law officially declaring “In God We Trust” to be the nation’s official motto. The law, P.L. 84-140, also mandated that the phrase be printed on all American paper currency. The phrase had been placed on U.S. coins since the Civil War when, according to the historical association of the United States Treasury, religious sentiment reached a peak. Eisenhower’s treasury secretary, George Humphrey, had suggested adding the phrase to paper currency as well.

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