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Perverts or Producers

May 16, 2016 | Gunner Steele

Who Should We Not Offend?

So there was this black lesbian, single mother, disabled veteran, named Shaniqua, and she goes into this bar and meets this poor, fat, short, half-jew, half-mexican, guy from Milwaukee named Carlos Silverstein...

Okay, that's the start of a really funny joke...but I can't get to the punchline because half of America is already offended and I haven't even said anything yet. I haven't made a point. I haven't poked fun at anybody or called attention to anything humorous.

I've simply rattled off a bunch of descriptive terms that immediately create angst, fear, and offense in the hearts of Americans. Its true.

You can't say "Mexican," or you're a racist. You can't say "lesbian" or "gay," or you're a homophobe. You can't say "poor" or "fat" or you're insensitive. And you're a bigot, and you're discriminatory, and inflammatory, and mean, and cruel.

Now look, I don't believe its okay to say cruel things or to actually be insensitive or rude. Common sense and my mama both taught me better than that. And of course, the Christian faith, in all of its shapes and sizes, says a lot about treating people the right way. Primarily, that we should treat others the way we want to be treated.

But for crying out loud!!!! Can we stop worrying about offending perverts in this country? Its completely out of control. Yup, I said it. Anybody who wants to go into the bathroom of the other gender is a pervert.

And guess what? Everyone knows that. But you're not allowed to say it anymore.

But I just said it. And here's whats so ridiculous about it—we are actually bringing the attention of the entire nation to the fact that a handful of perverts might get their little feelings hurt if they can't go into the restroom, or dressing room, of their choice.

New building codes are being proposed to ensure that there are restrooms for those who don't know if they're a boy or a girl. Its easy to figure out, folks! Do you need me to call Crocodile Dundee to help you figure this out?

Think about it—how many news reports, blog articles, and media stories have you heard talking about LGBT people getting their feelings hurt or being offended by normal people like you and I who recognize the obvious—that men shouldn't use women's bathrooms and women shouldn't use men's bathrooms?

And now there is a national dialogue and an overriding message that says, "You better not offend perverts!" And if you do, the Rainbow Jihad will come after you!

So what is it about LGBT people that makes them so worthy of this extra protection that nobody else gets? Why should we, as a nation, change our standards and culture to ensure that we don't offend them (which is impossible by they way—people are going to be offended no matter what)?

And why don't we extend that same concern to others? More specifically, to the PRODUCERS in America?

You see, PRODUCERS come in all shapes and sizes. They are: men, women, black, white, brown, straight, gay, tall, short, fat, skinny, disabled, and more—but they all share one thing in common—they are producers.

They create things. They create jobs. They build our economy. They innovate and invent. They move our nation forward. They are the backbone of our society and because of the risks they take, they are typically rewarded financially for their efforts.

In other words, hard working smart people in America can generate a lot of money. Regardless of what they look like or who they are. You know why? Because FREEDOM generates PRODUCTION. And the free market doesn't care WHO produces what, as long as you are producing what the marketplace wants. Its that simple.

So how do we treat the producers in our country? We demonize them. And we constantly offend them. So much so that for the 3rd straight year in a row, record numbers of Americans are renouncing their citizenship! 2,999 Americans renounced their citizenship in 2013. 3,415 in 2014. And in 2015, it was 4,279. And it looks like 2016 is already shaping up to be another record setting year!

  • Why? Because we have offended them to the place where they can't take it anymore.
  • When we tell them that they don't deserve to be as rich as they are, regardless of much sacrifice they've made and risk that they've taken, that is offensive.
  • When we demand that they file invasive reports about themselves (FBARs) and require them to disclose their private financial data annually or face criminal penalties (including prison), that is offensive.
  • When we tax them on income they earn from foreign businesses in a foreign countries selling goods and services on foreign soil (which no other advanced country does), that is offensive.
  • When we slap them with the highest corporate tax rates on planet earth, that is offensive.
  • When un-elected bureaucrats now have the power to revoke their Passports for the mere question that their taxes might be overdue or underpaid, that is offensive.
  • And in one word: FATCA. Its offensive. Period. It may be the most offensive American Law in history yet few Americans know it exists. But they sure know about Caitlyn Jenner's difficulties.

And here's the thing folks—these are the most productive members of our society and we are driving them away because we are offending them. Where is the outrage? Why isn't anybody standing up and saying, "We shouldn't be offending the most productive people in our country!"

Instead, we are worried about offending perverts.

And that is the state of America today—we're picking perverts over producers. I say, let the perverts leave and lets keep all the hard working productive citizens here! Let's stop offending good people! Let's stop offending PRODUCERS!

Until next Monday, I'm yours in Freedom,
Gunner Steele
The Freedom Man

P.S. Don't miss next Monday's special email where I introduce you to the concept of "Freedom Insurance." It may be one of the most important emails you ever read.
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