Stalin pushed ‘free’ stuff first

The Washington Times Weekly - - Letters To The Editor - EARL BEAL Terre Haute, In­di­ana

The 1936 Soviet Con­sti­tu­tion ap­pears to be the un­der­ly­ing foun­da­tion of the po­lit­i­cal the­ory, thought and ac­tion of pres­i­den­tial hope­fuls Bernie San­ders, El­iz­a­beth War­ren and the rest of the leftist-can­di­date co­terie.

Ar­ti­cle 120 of the Soviet Con­sti­tu­tion says that so­cial in­sur­ance and free med­i­cal ser­vice will be pro­vided, at the state’s ex­pense, for the peo­ple, through a net­work of health resorts.

Ar­ti­cle 121 as­serts that the right to uni­ver­sal, free ed­u­ca­tion is as­sured for stu­dents of uni­ver­si­ties and col­leges.

Both ar­ti­cles pre­cisely con­form with what Mr. San­ders and Ms. War­ren, et al, prom­ise for this na­tion’s fu­ture should they be­come pres­i­dent. As the old say­ing goes: If it walks like a duck and quacks like a duck, it’s a duck. Since San­ders and War­ren, along with their leftist con­fed­er­ates, cur­rently “quack” along the ex­act lines of the 1936 Soviet Con­sti­tu­tion, their com­mu­nist lean­ings are now fully ex­posed for all Amer­ica to see.

The prob­lem is that, sadly, mil­lions of Amer­i­cans fa­vor the San­ders/War­ren brand of po­lit­i­cal ide­ol­ogy over cap­i­tal­ism, a sys­tem which has made the United States the great­est and most pow­er­ful na­tion in his­tory. Hope­fully by 2020 the same Amer­i­cans who now lean to­ward the Demo­cratic So­cial­ist par­a­digm, with its sup­pos­edly free health care and higher ed­u­ca­tion, will have come to their senses.

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