7. Horton Deserves to Die!Posted: December 10, 2011
Dr. Paul puts on his professor hat or outfit thingy- maybe a lab coat or a smoking jacket, I dunno- and does a case study of an affable, good-hearted taker named Horton. Dr. Paul shows you how we’d all be better off if Horton was dead. In real life, Horton is helped and in turn helps others, who in turn help others, who in turn help even more others. Dr. Paul patiently breaks down the cause and effect ripples and shows how not helping Horton in the first place, and allowing him to die, breaks this awful cycle of dependency. This book showcases compassionate conservatism, with a foreword by Peggy Noonan.