People on generational welfare who vote. Those living off the efforts of others need not have a say in the direction of my country until they are on their own again. If you are part of the WELFARE CLASS then we are ALL taking care of you…do me a favor and stay home on election days..
People who think that taking money from someone else who EARNED it and giving it to someone who DID NOT EARN IT is the proper role of government.
People who continually denigrate the RICH (now classified as those making over 250K). There is another name for THE RICH….that name is EMPLOYERS. They provide the investments, the capital, and the brains for the formation of new businesses. Businesses hire people and provide PAYCHECKS!
People who do not understand that Free Speech is meant to protect unpopular speech. Popular speech needs no protection.
People who talk about the rights of GROUPS instead of INDIVIDUAL rights.
People who hype Diversity! (a buzz word I am bombarded with daily as a teacher)
Those that think the real value of any group - ( a social group, gender, racial, an employee group, a management group, whatever minority status du jour) is in the diverse makeup of the group….instead of on an individual's abilities or character.
People who talk about rights that do not exist: the right to a job, a place to live, a living wage, health care, higher education. The ONLY rights we have are the OPPORTUNITIES for these things. We have a right to live free. We have a right to whatever wealth we are able to produce with our labor. We have NO right to any portion of the life or labor of another.
The "right" to a job does not exist. People do NOT have a right to force their services on another person, and then turn around and demand that this person compensate them with money.
People who refer to the homeless, destitute, dirty, drunk, spaced out on drugs, and unemployable, as "less fortunate". There is nothing less fortunate or unexpected about misery from choosing drugs, alcohol, and the street instead of education and personal responsibility.
The key to accepting responsibility for your life is to accept the fact that your choices are leading you to either success or failure. Whether or not to stay in school, get pregnant, drink, overextend a credit card, buy a house that cannot be afforded….. CHOICES!