Speaking for his fellow looters of the Greenwich Democrat Party, Fudrucker expresses shock and dismay that Republican Scott Frantz would support equal opportunity instead of Governor Malloy’s vision of forcible income confiscation and redistribution to friends of the ruling class.
Here’s what Malloy said:
“Let no one doubt who we are and what we are and what we believe in — the fair and equitable distribution of opportunities and the fair and equitable distribution of success,” Malloy said.
Malloy doesn’t define the terms “fair” and “equitable” because it would give the game away, but he does claim the right on the part of the Democrat party to determine every citizen’s fair share share of someone else’s success. In response, Frantz expressed another vision of a just society and Fudrucker, after consulting with Dollar Bill and Cole Stangler (thought I’d forgotten about my favorite Brunswick grad, did you? Ha!) rushed to denounce him:
“I think his comments are un-American, and I think his approach disqualifies him from representing his district,” said Democratic Town Committee Chairman Frank Farricker.
That a belief in a free economic system disqualifies one from participating in the new society planned for us by the Democrats is disheartening, even frightening, but Frankie and his gang do us all a service by reminding us that this election really is all about defining America: do we want to live as a society of looters, each of us pleading for a piece of another’s labor, begging political gangs for crumbs, or do we want a society of free men? Frantz’s goal may strike Democrats as an un-American one, but it’s they who have perverted the American dream, not he.