Charlie Hoffman announces for legislature, now supports socialism

Charlie Hoffman has announced yet another run for South Dakota's extremist legislature from District 23. Once a principled conservative he has reversed course and now favors government determining winners and losers.
Anon 4:03 PM what the previous poster pointed out is something every Government provides dollars for in hopes of continued success in the marketplace. And I agree that whatever Gov subsidizes increases in value and usage and what Gov taxes decreases in overall usage. Quite simple micro-economics actually. Big Gov did not take total control over any of aforementioned businesses. Single Payer would do to our Health Care what every Federal Program taken over from the Private Sector has done. Guaranteed if Doctors were forced to take only Medicaid approved pay scales America would not have any American born Doctors in 40 years. But then maybe it doesn’t really matter to people who keep believing the world is going to end in 12 years every 12 years. [blog comment, Charlie Hoffman]
In 2018 while taking a shot at Senator John Thune (NAZI-SD) at Betty Olson's Facebook page South Dakota earth hater, Hoffman implied Thune has been in DC for far too long. And, at the Rapid City Journal readers can see why. Thune advocates for socialized ag and livestock production.
More than 90 percent of South Dakota’s farms are enrolled in one or more conservation, safety net, or loan program that’s been authorized by the farm bill. And I’m no stranger to farm bills, as I’ve already written three of them during my time in Congress. The 2018 farm bill will be my fourth. Most recently, I introduced my ninth farm bill proposal. This legislation, the Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) Improvement and Rural Water System Access Act, would make important changes to the conservation program that provides critical habitat to the state’s pheasant population and delivers a large infusion of cash to local economies each year. Rapid City Journal
South Dakota writer, Tom Lawrence calls it part of the "insanity of the Farm Bill." Real conservatives at the Heritage Foundation have called for subsidy reform for years. Both Kristi Noem and Mike Rounds have taken handouts. South Dakota owns loads of the means of production: part of the very definition of socialism.

Yes, socialized agriculture, socialized dairies, socialized cheese, socialized livestock production, a socialized timber industry, socialized air service, socialized freight rail, a socialized nursing home industry and now a socialized internet are all fine with Republicans in South Dakota but then they insist single-payer medical insurance is socialized medicine.

Hoffman, whose operation has received ag subsidies said back in 2013, "Obama just does not get it. Cut Sir Cut, not Tax!"

Tired of ignominy Charlie must be bored being trapped in his wife's shadow.

1 comment:

larry kurtz said...

Charles B. Hoffman
Charles B. Hoffman "I personally would have a very hard time arguing anything against former AG Jackley but decriminalizing under two OZ’s of marijuana while keeping Meth ingestion a felony would seem to be a move towards fairness in SD Law."