Liberals Have Literally Forced Captain America To Flee America

I thought this story was a nice indicator as to the tragic results of liberalism and the demise it is creating for America:

Democrats Force Captain America to Flee America
May 25, 2010
-By Warner Todd Huston

California’s Democrats have forced the upcoming Captain America movie to be filmed in England.  Why would that be, Buckey? Because it’s just too expensive to film the movie in California because of the Democrat’s punitive taxes.

For Yahoo Movies, Mike Ryan asks a seminal question: Should We Now Call Him ‘Captain England’? In his lament, Ryan worries over the U.S. film industry as movies and TV shows flee America, specifically California, for the cheaper production rates of Canada and England.

And now Democrats are so concerned with propping up union thugs, forcing themselves on the people at every avenue, and stealing as much money from the rest of us that they can that they’ve even chased Captain America away from America!

On one hand you have to cheer the fact that the Democrat’s criminal enterprise, their mob action with a union thug army under thumb, is about to come crashing down around them. Unfortunately, they are bringing the whole country down with them.

If the failure of Obamaism and Democrat socialism doesn’t convince America that smaller government is the way to go, we will never go back to being the United States of America as it should be and will permanently become the Euro States of America.

Not long ago I wrote how liberal comics writers were trying to turn Captain America from a patriotic American into a left-wing, un-American, traitor and now the new movie based on the character isn’t even being filmed in the US. Leftists truly hate good American heroes. But it isn’t just comic books the left is trying to re-write in their Euro-like image. Democrats and their left-wing cohorts are desperately trying to kill the USA itself. Captain America is only their latest victim.

Of course, it’s not just the taxes that the liberals impose; it’s the unions, and the insane union policies, and all the insane benefits that unions hog for themselves.

Liberals are going to kill America, one job at a time.

The funniest thing about this story is that it is Hollywood doing the job outsourcing.  You know, Hollywood, home of all the liberals who demonize everybody else’s capitalism while they make millions doing the same thing they demonize everybody else for doing.

Hollywood.  Home of the smarmy elitest arrogant hypocrite liberal who endlessly lectures the rest of us to, you know, not do what they’re doing and care about making profits and stuff like that.

They’re only too happy to join with dictator thug Hugo Chavez to champion socialism “in the name of the people,” as long as they can jetset their way home to their posh Malibu mansions afterward.

Bottom line: you make it too expensive for an industry to operate in America – even liberal liberal liberal liberal liberal liberal Hollywood – and lo and behold, they’re going to outsource their jobs.

Not that they’ll quit lecturing us that we should be more socialist while they get filthy rich taking advantage of the capitalism they both hypocritically and idiotically despise so much.

Anyway, that’s what happened to Captain America I mean England.

It’s really not that big of a deal that Captain American would leave our shores, I suppose.  According to our current president, American is basically a bad place, anyway.

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2 Responses to “Liberals Have Literally Forced Captain America To Flee America”

  1. The Destructionist Says:

    THE EVOLUTION OF CAPITALISM

    Capitalism was founded upon basic principles: production, supply and demand, and capital accumulation. It is a social theory whereby prices are determined by profit and loss, as well as market interest and fluctuations.

    Although I understand the need for a free market enterprise, such a theory should not imply that we are willing to disregard our environment, or sacrifice the needs and comforts of our humanity in an attempt to realize higher profits (a.k.a., BP, Lehman Brothers, Goldman Sachs, etc).

    Capitalism may be wonderful, but like anything else, it is still a flawed system. It’s a work in progress. It needs to be tweaked here and there in order to perfect its balance and to soothe the inordinate swings that occur day-to-day in our financial markets. If left unchecked, however, such a system will prove to be our economic downfall.

    How so?

    Well, for one thing, there is only so much profit a business can make from a product before it is left to cut costs in both quality and workmanship. In order to continually sustain a profit, businesses have to create those same products with lower quality ingredients and cheaper labor: which means that they must pull up stakes and move to other countries like China, Taiwan, or Mexico in order to survive. What does this eventually mean for people like you and me? It means that the very financial theory that promoted our country to super power status has turned on us. It means that the American workforce is now expected to work harder, longer, cheaper, and faster if we are to compete with the global economy now breathing down our necks.

    Where do we go from here?

    George Orwell had it right, to some extent, when he wrote his book1984. Many years from now, money will become worthless and the global populace will be employed and subject to hundreds (if not thousands) of individualized corporations that managed to survive attrition through merger aquisitions. It will be a feudalistic society: every corporation out for blood and vying for global dominance and absolute power. Our children and grandchildren will be there too: housed, clothed and fed by these various corporate entities; all the while being sent out on occasion, like brainless automatons, to errands of war, in an effort to absorb the weakest corporations into the fold. After all the dust settles, and everything is said and done, the remaining corporations will finally merge into a one-world government.

    Science fiction, you say?

    (…I’m left wondering.)

  2. Michael Eden Says:

    I would not hesitate to disagree that capitalism is a “flawed system.” Every human endeavor is flawed. That’s a central tenant of Judeo-Christian theology, you know.

    On the other hand, capitalism is LESS flawed by far than any other economic system. It alone actually attempts to harness for good the human tendency toward greed. Let’s say that I am a greedy business owner, and I want my business to thrive and to perpetuate. Will I cheat my customers and abuse them so that they’ll take their business elsewhere and spread negative word about me? No. Rather, I’ll try to provide a competitive product at a competitive price.

    One of the BIGGEST problems we have with capitalism today is that government has interfered and injected profoundly ANTI-capitalistic ideas and regulations into the system.

    Take health care. In America, more than sixty percent of our health care system is directly controlled by the government. And the entire health care system has effectively been taken over by government, given the fact that virtually all insurance companies rely on Medicare cost/payment schedules to determine their rates/prices. Furthermore, onerous federal and state regulations and laws prevent insurance companies from being able to “cross state lines” and offer their product and thereby create competition. The result of this government interference is that many states have only one or two insurance companies.

    But then we say that the private system has failed, and we need to socialize it…

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