Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Same shit, same hypocrisy, same lies

"That men do not learn very much from the lessons of history is the most important of all the lessons of history."
~Aldous Huxley

I guess history repeats or are people just too stupid to look to history and understand the present? There is nothing new except the players. Same shit, same hypocrisy, same lies, distortions and half truths from the Good Old Party or Gay Old Party.

This cartoon was in the Chicago Tribune in 1934. Look carefully at the plan of action in the lower left corner.






















Remember the adage:
"Those who forget history are doomed to repeat it".
Exactly like it is happening now.

Oh Yea, real intelligent, Tea Party.


Another Brilliant mind????



Comment:
The cartoon is a catchy artistic opinion reflecting the viewpoint against spending by the Fed’l Gov’t during the time of the Great Depression… However, further insight shows that investment by FDR during the mid 1930s eventually pulled the economy forward, prior to US entry into WWII. To note FDR did stopped spending in 1937, concerned about balanced budgets and deficit spending (sound familiar???), but it caused a recession…

Timeline complied by Steve Kangas from the Resurgence Magazine (see link below) provides a snapshot of the Great Depression ERA (1920s – 1940s)…

http://www.hyperhistory.com/online_n2/connections_n2/great_depression.htm

Anonymous



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1 comment:

  1. The cartoon is a catchy artistic opinion reflecting the viewpoint against spending by the Fed’l Gov’t during the time of the Great Depression… However, further insight shows that investment by FDR during the mid 1930s eventually pulled the economy forward, prior to US entry into WWII. To note FDR did stopped spending in 1937, concerned about balanced budgets and deficit spending (sound familiar???), but it caused a recession…

    Timeline complied by Steve Kangas from the Resurgence Magazine (see link below) provides a snapshot of the Great Depression ERA (1920s – 1940s)…

    http://www.hyperhistory.com/online_n2/connections_n2/great_depression.html

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