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August 14, 2007

I Want To Be Invisible (To Hillary Clinton, Anyway)

by Brad Warbiany

Hillary Clinton’s Latest Ad:

I want to be invisible to this government.

I want my phone calls, letters, and emails to be invisible to this government.

I want my paycheck and bank account to be invisible to this government.

I want my health care choices to be invisible to this government.

I want my retirement plans to be invisible to this government.

I want my family configuration, conventional though it may be, invisible to this government.

I want the number of gallons my toilet flushes invisible to this government.

I want my newborn son to be invisible to this government, not numbered at birth and recorded in their little databases.

I want his education to be invisible to this government.

But Hillary doesn’t want that.

Hillary wants every decision you make to be visible to your government. In fact, she’d rather make your decisions for you, because you might not make them the way she thinks best. She wants to take your paycheck from you and buy everything you need for you, instead of letting you do it on your own. She thinks the government can do all and should know all, as long as she gets to be in charge.

After all, giving over all your money to Hillary to be spent on the “common good”, and letting her make your decisions, is the only way to experience true freedom, as she understands it.

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4 Comments

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    Pingback by Below The Beltway » Blog Archive » I Want To Be Invisible Too — August 14, 2007 @ 11:12 pm
  2. That was a cheap and ingnorant shot. Come on, you can do better than that. Grow up.

    Comment by Rick — August 15, 2007 @ 2:08 am
  3. Brad, that was beautiful. I wish I had written it.

    Comment by tarran — August 15, 2007 @ 8:52 am
  4. Well said, I heard this ad on the radio the other day and I these were my thoughts exactly. Interestingly enough the talk show hosts I was listening to who played the ad were saying how good of an ad it was and that it catered to her base.

    Comment by Thomas — August 15, 2007 @ 1:54 pm

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