Friday, January 15, 2010

National Government Reduction Initiative

Oh, I only wish!

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  1. Those who admire and criticize Ayn Rand’s beliefs about people standing on their own feet say she advocated selfishness, thereby greed. That implies self-centered, like the arrogant left. It is anti-individual creativity, which is not Ayn Rand. From her works, it is apparent Ayn Rand admired people who were courageous pebble-droppers, the nails standing above the boardwalk that ruling elite might trip over, who challenged the established and accepted way things were done. They were outer- and other-centered visionaries and dreamers. This is reflected in a new book due soon on Amazon called SAVE PEBBLE DROPPERS & PROSPERITY, also on She pitched for the accomplished individual and for individual freedom. Only the leftists believe individuals are bad and community, led by them, is good. They believe they are the elite who must rule and Ayn Rand opposed that.

  2. Rand's heroes were not "other-centered", nor were they merely dreamers: they were men and women of action.

    And, no, it is not only the left who believe that individualism is bad. If so, why does the right not promote individual values instead of "family values"?

    Ayn Rand advocated the individual's right to exist for his own sake - something neither the left nor the right believes in.