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The Republican Tea Party Leadership has embraced the Teachings and Philosophy of the Atheist Author, Ayn Rand. To understand the intentions of the Tea Party, take a long hard look at the Tea Party heroine Ayn Rand.
Ayn Rand was born Alisa Rosenbaum to non-practicing Jewish parents in 1905. Her Father owned and operated a successful pharmacy that was taken from him by the Russian Communists. Alisa Rosenbaum changed her name to Ayn Rand and graduated from a Russian Communist University. Ayn Rand hated the Communists who ruined her Father, and emigrated to the United States in 1926.
Arriving in New York City in te "Roaring Twenties," Ayn Rand was blown away by the lavish lifestyles of wealthy New Yorkers.
Ayn Rand fell madly in love with Unrestricted Free Market Capitalism, and the industrial and business tycoons who controlled the economy.
The Newspapers and flyers were attacking Ayn Rand's Tycoon Heroes for their selfishness, greediness, and their lack of regard for the well being, and safety of their workers. Ayn Rand leaped into the fray, and wrote books defending the greed and selfishness of her Tycoon Heroes, one of which was the Tea Party Favorite, "Atlas Shrugged."
Those books were Ayn Rand's passport into New York High Society.
Ayn Rand despised the Poor and the Working Class, and frequently referred to them as "Parasites."
Ayn Rand said, "The Poor and the Working Class are Parasites feeding on the wealth accumulated by their intellectual superiors."
Ayn Rand despised Social Security, Medicare, Unemployment Insurance, and ALL other Social Safety Net Programs, and she wanted them all abolished.
Ayn Rand said, "Social Security and Unemployment Insurance are Hammocks that the peoperelax in, and these programs encourage laziness and a reluctance to work in the people."
Ayn Rand despised Christianity because it teaches Love and Compassion, attributes that Ayn Rand proudly detested.
Ayn Rand said, "Christianity is a sign of weakness in a Capitalist Society."
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The recently deceased CBS News Reporter Mike Wallace asked Ayn Rand, " If a natural disaster struck America, and Millions of people faced starvation, and you had the means, would you feed them."
Without hesitation, Ayn Rand replied, "NO, I wouldn't feed the Poor if they were starving to death."
Listen to her in her own words.