Yesterday Was The 23rd Anniversary Of The Fall Of The Berlin Wall

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Stuart Varney on the 23rd anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall, and how much the United States has changed since then.

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The US has changed alright. The communists are celebrating the reelection of Obama.

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Charles Cooke came here from the UK. He’s in a state of despair over how much we’ve changed.

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But, consider this: A president of the United States just ran a reelection campaign based on the promise of government largess, exploitation of class division, the demonization of success, the glorification of identity politics, and the presumption that women are a helpless interest group; and he did so while steadfastly refusing to acknowledge the looming — potentially fatal — crisis that the country faces. And it worked.

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Worse, as David Harsanyi has observed, “the president’s central case rests on the idea that individuals should view government as society’s moral center, the engine of prosperity and the arbiter of fairness.” This stunted and tawdry vision of American life was best summed up in his campaign’s contemptible Life of Julia cartoon, which portrayed the American Dream as being impossible without heavy cradle-to-grave government, and in which the civic society that Tocqueville correctly saw as the hallmark of the republic was wholly ignored — if not disdained outright. “Government is the only thing we all belong to,” declared a video at the opening of the Democratic National Convention. In another age, this contention would have been met with incredulity and confusion; in ours, it was cheered.

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Mark Steyn, who came from Canada, doesn’t feel much better.

So Washington cannot be saved from itself. For the moment, tend to your state, and county, town and school district, and demonstrate the virtues of responsible self-government at the local level. Americans as a whole have joined the rest of the Western world in voting themselves a lifestyle they are not willing to earn. The longer any course correction is postponed the more convulsive it will be. Alas, on Tuesday, the electorate opted to defer it for another four years. I doubt they’ll get that long.

Meanwhile, American veterans who served during the Cold War still aren’t getting the recognition they deserve. Even if they do, I suppose it will be a bittersweet victory seeing what’s happening to this once great republic.