Star Parker has some very interesting commentary about VERY wealthy Hillary Clinton's idea of how to help people. I agree with most of Ms. Parker's critique of Clinton.
Please, honestly ask yourself whether coddling anyone has ever helped the person to be a more resilient, better skilled, or a stronger person. Remember that butterflies that have an easy time getting out of their cocoons do not develop properly, and usually soon die because they do not have to work hard enough to fully develop their strength or natural abilities, particularly their wings. We must remember that lesson, and ask ourselves whether we should really be trying to ‘help’ everyone with every little problem in life. Just as a lack of sufficient struggle weakens and ultimately kills the butterfly, likewise, unnecessary dependency kills our spirit and our initiative.
Look at the stunted growth of the butterfly in this link. We can oo and ah about the way it looks, but the bottom line is that that butterfly is NEVER going to fly, no matter how much sugar-water the "owner" gives to it. The "owner" of the butterfly may feel magnanimous for having 'saved' its life and for feeding it, but that butterfly is NOT doing what it was designed to do in life. That kind of crippling dependency is the vision that Clinton has for the USA, as she tries to reinforce the Liberal, Progressive, Socialistic programs that are rampant and destroying our society.
Do YOU want U.S. citizens to be independent and self-determining, or to increasingly continue to be stunted by dependency on governmental coddling and handouts?
Compare the "we'll take care of you with someone else's money" Clinton vision against Star Parker's call for people to leave the welfare mentality and system, to strike out on their own. Compare the Clinton lack of character with what this man says about his own grievous trials in life.
The Clinton, Obama, Socialist, Liberal, Progressive outlooks on life all fail to face the fact of life that is so aptly stated by one butterfly enthusiast’s website, and I quote: “If a butterfly doesn’t emerge completely from its chrysalis, there is—sadly—nothing you can do to help. Carry the chrysalis outside and place it in a bush or other plant. The insect will die a natural death and will probably be eaten by another animal. Remember: caterpillars and butterflies are important parts of your local food web.” Face it, disasters and failures in our human communities are part of the learning and life cycle, as well. The Clintons, Obamas, and Big Government cannot stop the march of time nor the fact that sickness and death are going to be with us until the end of the world.
Someone once said, regarding unfounded dependency on other people or on the government, “Life IS! Get on with living it!” If “we, the People” stop depending on Big Government, then it will shrink up and return to what it should be. If we stay at the teat of government then we shall get lazier, and the government shall continue to draw off our life force, growing itself bigger and bigger, until it rolls over and crushes us beneath it.