Bill Whittle brings part 4 of the FireWall series; Tea Party Core Beliefs speaking to the difference between political law and natural law. The first three parts follow this segment.
If the House of Representatives passed a bill by a vote of 435 to nothing and then the Senate took up that bill and passed it by a vote of 100 to nothing, and that bill went right to the president’s desk and was signed into law, but if that law said the 1st amendment was overturned, well, even though it was lawfully, indeed it was unanimously done, that law would still be illegitimate. Period. And conservatives, especially tea party conservatives would be out in the streets with our rifles to make sure that this procedurally correct and unanimously voted on law did not take effect. And yes, we are proud of this.
Bill Whittle with the third part of the ‘Firewall’ series about tea party core beliefs entitled ‘Wealth Creation‘. Once again, I have listed the preceding videos following Part 3 for those that may have missed them.
I think that the fundamental divide between liberal and conservative philosophy and policy comes down to how people feel about wealth; not money, money is just a unit of exchange. I’m talking about wealth; having more than you need to survive. Now it seems that most modern liberals believe that wealth is essentially limited. They see the multi-millionaire with the Lear jet, the big car, and the three or four big houses as a villain because if wealth is more or less fixed, if there’s a giant, but limited, pot of money out there somewhere, then the fact that he has more means someone else has less.