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Sunday, September 26, 2010

The much anticipated “Pledge to America” represents a glimpse into how Republicans plan to govern, and simply put, it’s a pledge to nowhere!

Americans disillusioned by the massive expansion of government under President Obama’s administration, and those with short-term memory loss who are pinning their hopes and dreams on a landslide of Republicans taking back Congress after this fall’s elections take note, its still just more CHANGE you cannot believe in.

Indeed, establishment Republicans have released their to-do list and unless you relish suffering from cognitive dissonance while chanting “end big government” at tea party rallies you will be mightily disappointed. Further buttressing claims that there is little philosophical difference between the two parties save for the route in which they take to achieve their statist machinations, Republicans are seeking to repeal "ObamaCare", only so they might offer their version of massive government intervention into the health care sector, or for those with an affinity for sound bite kitsch, “BoehnerCare”.

Boehner and Co. have released a document that tips their hand and tells you where they’re headed and should instruct you that there is no party, none, zero, no political party that stands for limited government, individual liberty and freedom, and the Constitution. They talk a good game, but they’re fakes. They’re liars. They’re hacks. So, ladies and gentlemen, if you will stop what you’re doing right now, let us have a moment of silence for the Republican Party, RIP.

And there’s your moment of silence. That’s it. The party, literally, is over. How did this happen? You have to read this. It’s not enough that the preamble to this thing is an insult to all of your founding father intelligence. If you’re going to quote Thomas Jefferson, then quote him. You don’t expropriate Jefferson for your own singular political purposes. I mean, this is embarrassing. But I can’t wait to hear the hackery out there, “Oh, this is a bold plan. Oh, they’re going to trim a hundred billion dollars out of spending next year. You just wait and see, Chris, a hundred dollars makes a big difference. You wait and see. We’re on the right course. What are we supposed to do?” The empire, as they call it, is striking back [“Star Wars” theme music]. I’d like to see John Boehner in a Darth Vader costume. I’d like to see Eric Cantor in one of those Death Star General get-ups.

I asked Marsha Blackburn, repeal and replace, or repeal and repeal? And I wondered, why couldn’t she just say repeal, repeal the damn ObamaCare? Because what we got was a, I don’t know, a twisted answer. Now, Senator Jim DeMint said Repeal and Repeal, because I asked him about it. Here was Congresswoman Blackburn’s answer:
We are for repealing the healthcare bill, and we are for giving power back to individuals to make those healthcare decisions. And smart women are the drivers on healthcare decisions in their families. What they want is less government interference, less hassle from insurance companies, more accountability with insurance companies. They want to see tort reform take place. And they want to be able to make decisions for their families about their healthcare with the family physician, not with a bureaucrat in Washington, D.C. And that is what I am for.

Okay. Did you get that? I’m not going to answer the question because we’ve got this Pledge for America coming out, and we’re for Repeal and Replace. So now you’re going to have ObamaCare replaced, with a couple of internal engine or internal combustion parts, with BoehnerCare or BlackburnCare or CantorCare or WhoeverCare. This is just disgraceful here. Now, either you’re for the repeal of the damn thing, and you’re for the repeal on principle, which should say that the reason that much of the malady and inefficiency that exist in the delivery of medical services today and the expense of it is because, number one, people don’t pay for it. Why don’t they pay for it? Number two, because the federal government subsidizes it; number three, because every man, woman, and child that works in that industry is regulated by the federal government, and that is the root of all medical evil.

So what do we get instead, ladies and gentlemen? Here, I’ll read it to you. Because apparently you people are just not believing this. I didn’t want to believe it, either. Oh, and by the way, we will also get into the massive, massive $100 billion entitlement cut, I mean, $100 billion in discretionary spending they’re going to cut. That will trim Obama’s budget deficit for next year from $1.5 trillion down to 1.4. It’s a sunny day. It is morning in America again; is it not? Here it is, “A Plan to Repeal and Replace the Government Takeover of Health Care.” This is from the document, “A Pledge to America.”

Can we now all end, can we now end the pretensions that human nature is not easily readable, and that you don’t have to be a fortune teller, and you don’t have to be a soothsayer, and you don’t have to have some kind of lofty premonition or lofty ESP to figure out what human nature says that crooked, criminal, political hack politicians are going to do in any given circumstance. That’s how I am able to predict these things to you. I wish I would have been wrong on this one. I was hoping I was going to be wrong. So right here from “A Pledge to America,” here’s what it says, “A Plan to Repeal and Replace the Government Takeover of Health Care.” There it is, big, giant, bold print, 18 points across the top of the page, unmistakable.

Maybe if the self-dubbed “Young Guns” were focused on leading by virtue of the power given them in the Constitution rather than self promotion, they would realize that words are not enough.....

The Pledge to America outlines how with Republicans in charge by golly, the federal government will get down to the business of creating jobs, in a more “conservative” albeit still inefficient manner.

Pressed by reporters exactly which programs Republicans would cut in order to achieve the much touted spending reductions, Minority Leader Boehner quickly pointed his finger to the sky and began citing well-established catchy Republican talking-points ad nauseam so as to avoid the question while still sounding tough on spending.

As the press continued in vain to pry greater detail regarding how cutting 100 billion dollars annually over the next decade provided any hope whatsoever of avoiding an economic catastrophe for a federal deficit now past 13 trillion, Minority Leader Boehner opted instead to put the onus back onto the American people. He answered their inquiry by stating that the people must be willing to have a grown-up conversation with politicians in Washington if the nation is to avoid a financial disaster. Minority Leader Boehner made no mention whether or not indoor voices will be required should such a meeting ever actually come to fruition.

This is exactly what’s going to happen with what Obama has done, that once the size of the federal leviathan has grown, the nitwits, the DeceptiCons, the fake, phony frauds that call themselves conservatives, that reside in what used to be known as the Republican Party – it’s just a party full of hacks now, with the exception of a few notable exceptions there – that they will claim that, why, we can’t roll all this back. We have responsibilities.

I read you now from the agenda, “A Pledge to America,” the Republican “Pledge to America.” I want you to listen to this. Now, today is either Liberation Day or Mourning Day. Either you’re mourning the death of the Republican Party and have now come fully to grips with what I’ve been telling you for three years now, that there is no hope to save Mordor on the Potomac, it’s over. Let’s bring Bill Paxton in here. You want to hear Bill Paxton??

[“Aliens” clip] Bill Paxton [as Private Hudson]: That’s it, man. Game over, man. Game over. What are we gonna to do now? What are we gonna do?

[“Aliens” clip] Bill Paxton [as Private Hudson]: Maybe you haven’t been keeping up on current events, but we just got our asses kicked, pal.

[Laughing] So it’s over. There is no opposition party to ObamaCare. They’ve thrown the towel in on that. But I want to read this to you. Now, keep the ratchet effect in mind. Now, your Republican Party is supposed to be the party of limited smaller government. Remember this. Now, I predicted to you, and again, I’m going to say this again for you people that hate my guts or can’t stand the fact that I’m correct on this, that I do not enjoy this. This is not an enjoyable thing for me to say that I was right. I wish, wish wish wish that I was wrong. I’m not, this is not – I’m not happy about this. I would much rather be wrong and live in a limited government constitutional federal republic than I would be proven correct time and time again. I feel it’s beyond my duty as your blog host to play citizen from time to time, and to tell you exactly what I think and where we stand.

We’re screwed. The federal game is over. Your opposition party has mailed it in. We will now be stuck with, just as Higgs predicts and just as I have been informing you, with the size of the government that Nazi Pelosi gave us. These clowns, these Republicans act as if we don’t know that they presided over the largest increase in the size and scope of the federal government in the history of Earth, from 2000 to 2006. And then when Nazi Pelosi took over she just went [mimicking Speaker Pelosi], “Oh, look what they did. We could do more.” And then she took over, and she grew the federal government, and she grew its size and its scope and its powers. And now, just as Higgs has predicted and I have informed you of, the ratchet effect is in effect. You have Republicans now putting in writing that the Pelosi era, the Pelosi-size government will be your government for the rest of your natural-born life. Get used to it.

I don’t believe I’m reading this, seriously. Here’s the headline. I’m reading from their document. “Cut Government Spending to Pre-Stimulus, Pre-Bailout Levels.” Who was running the show during the bailout? It was Pelosi. This was after two years of Pelosi. “With common-sense exceptions for seniors, veterans, and our troops” – oh, yes, keep the military industrial complex fully funded and expanding, the empire must grow, after all, don’t you know – “we will roll back government spending to pre-stimulus, pre-bailout levels, saving us at least” – wait a minute, ladies and gentlemen, wait for it, wait for it – “saving us at least” – at least how much? [“Austin Powers” fanfare] “$100 billion.” Gee, Dr. Evil, thanks. A hundred billion [laughing hysterically]. That’s a joke; right? That’s a big joke. You’re a funny guy. That’s a joke; right? Well, it’ll save us a hundred billion “...in the first year alone and putting us on a path to begin paying down the debt, balancing the budget, and ending the spending spree in Washington that threatens our children’s future.” These people are traitors. Paring it down a hundred billion dollars, after it grew by a trillion? Don’t insult my intelligence. So you’re toast. I’m toast. Our kids are toast. Game over. Just as Bill Paxton said. Game freaking over.

[“Aliens” clip] Bill Paxton [as Private Hudson]: That’s it, man. Game over, man. Game over. What are we gonna to do now? What are we gonna do?

So now it’s not just Democrats to play the game to eat out our sustenance. As Patrick Henry said, to send battalions of bureaucrats hither and yon like a swarm over the countryside to eat out our sustenance. They’re all in on it now. I’d love to get Robert Higgs take on this. The book is “Crisis and Leviathan,” and Higgs has been proven correct time and time again. Now, let’s get reaction here. Here is DeceptiCon fake, phony fraud hacks on Fox News this morning, whoa, this plan, the people are finally back in charge, you’re going to hear one hack Republican say. So in order, here’s who we have. We have Michele Bachmann, Shelley Moore, and then Spence Bacchus touting this new agenda, this new Pledge to America.

[Clip] Rep. Bachmann: The GOP has done a good job in listening to the heartbeat of the people right now, which is stop, turn the corner, and focus on job creation. [Mike: Oh, my God, oh, help us.]

[Clip] Rep. Capito: From what I’ve seen, I haven’t seen the whole product yet, but I think it encompasses a broad-based feeling of the loss of jobs, the economy. And we’ve stuck to the issues, I believe, that are most important to people in America trying to put food on their tables.

[Clip] Rep. Bacchus: America became the greatest economy on the face of the Earth, three times bigger than the next largest economy, not by government control, not by the government making decisions, but by the power of the people. This is putting the people back in charge of Washington.

Now[Laughing hysterically] That guy’s funny. So Pelosi and Co. spent 3.7 trillion this year, and we’re putting the people back in charge, and we’re only going to spend 3.6 trillion next year, if we get the House back. Oh, that’s putting the people in charge. My, my. Gee. How many hours did you guys stay up, burning midnight oil, to think of that one? Wait a minute, Michele Bachmann is the woman that created the Tea Party Caucus in Congress. The first cut you had, oh, the Republicans have done a good job out there, they’ve got their ear out there listening to the American people out there. So this is what the Tea Party Caucus has always wanted. Just as Gov. Palin said the other day, yes, yes, yes, we don’t want to really – we really don’t want to cut the size and the scope of the federal government. No, no, no. We just want Republicans spending the money and appropriating it.

These people are frauds, ladies and gentlemen. They should be sued and prosecuted for being frauds. How many of your neighbors are going to buy this crap hook, line, and sinker? This is absolutely inexcusable. It is wrong. And I tell you this, now, and you heard Senator DeMint on Sunday say, “Well, I really fear, if we get back in the majority, and we don’t do what we say we’re going to do, that that’s going to be the end of the Republican Party.” The Republican Party is over. It’s dead. Stick a fork in it. It’s dead. Now, they may have the apparatus to help some people like Rand Paul or like Joe Miller and a couple other select individuals win federal office. But fixing this thing from the inside out, let’s just be honest, the Constitution is dead. It was a nice run while we had it. It’s over.

At a time when America needs a bold, simple, fresh plan for putting America on the path to fiscal and constitutional sanity - we get instead an almost 8000 word term paper of inside-the-beltway regurgitation that lacks the one thing the American people seem to be dying to have… actual leadership. Harsh? Hardly.

1. The Pledge fails to address the single greatest threat to our nation’s long term fiscal health - the fact that we have precisely $0 set aside for the more than $106 trillion in unfunded liabilities staring us in the face for social security, medicare and medicaid. Instead, we get more of the same political rhetoric about seniors standing to lose Medicare because of Obamacare. MEDICARE IS BANKRUPT. SOCIAL SECURITY IS BANKRUPT. FOR GOODNESS SAKE, MAN UP AND DO SOMETHING ABOUT IT.

2. The Pledge blatantly fails to even mention earmarks, much less calling for a ban on them. The issue here isn’t about how much money we will save. The issue is about Congressional arrogance - and their naked addiction to using your tax dollars to try to buy off your votes back home.

3. The Pledge offers no significant, concrete plan to reduce spending such as a Balanced Budget Amendment or a Spending Limit Amendment, relying instead on gimmicks like weekly votes on spending cuts and hiring freezes, as well as nebulous promises to cap spending.

4. And perhaps most troubling of all, the Pledge adopts the nonsensical “repeal and replace” mantra for Obamacare - offering as replacement yet more federal government mandates regarding pre-existing conditions and lifetime caps on benefits, which begs the question: which mandates are unconstitutional and which ones are not, GOP? And, STOP WITH THE MANDATES. STOP IT. MANDATING THAT INSURERS COVER PRE-EXISTING CONDITIONS IS JUST AS BAD AS THE INDIVIDUAL MANDATE ON ITS FACE - BUT WORSE, YOU IDIOTS, IT WILL LEAD TO AN INDIVIDUAL MANDATE BECAUSE YOU CANNOT COVER THE ALREADY SICK WITHOUT MANDATING THAT THE HEALTHY PARTICIPATE. JUST STOP IT!

The overall reocurring theme since the release of the GOP pledge is that Statism is only bad when Democrats are in charge, which of course is a fundamentally flawed philosophy and is a belief system that is the complete and total antithesis of their evolution.

[“Aliens” clip] Bill Paxton [as Private Hudson]: That’s it, man. Game over, man. Game over. What are we gonna to do now? What are we gonna do?

Sunday, September 19, 2010

Establishment GOP beginning to Crack as Tea-Party Victories Mount

What happened last week was one of those moments in life where it dawns on you that, wait a minute, something is afoot here. Wait a minute, something is going on that shouldn’t be going on, hasn’t been going on, isn’t supposed to go on. The establishment nut jobs(repubs and dems alike), those that have had a stranglehold – let’s just go back to the start here for a second, quickly. It was six weeks ago or so when Angelo M. Codevilla released that brilliant essay in the American Spectator magazine about the ruling class, America’s ruling class and how they can be defeated. And a lot of us took to it. A lot of us read it. I can tell you personally that certain scholars read it and applauded it, without getting into any names. I know they read it because they have been writing and blogging about it. And what Mr. Codevilla had done is he had divided the us`s and the thems for the first time in a long time. And he divided the us`s and thems into two groups: the ruling class, which is the Mike Castles, which is the Karl Roves, which is the DeceptiCon and Libtardia establishment; and the rest of us, which he called the “country class.” Well, last week the country class struck back. Last week the country class struck a blow.

You know, here’s what’s happening out there people? Here’s what’s happening. Now, this is the most amazing thing, and this is what ought to have you members of Libtardia scared to death. You’d better start making your plans to travel to Canada. You liberty-hating, big government-embracing fools better make your plans to go live somewhere else because you’re not welcome here anymore, brother and sister. Your days of spending my money are coming to a close. Your days of spending AG’s money are coming to a close. Your days of ordering us about and telling us what we’re going to eat, Michelle Obama, are coming to a close. You’re finished. You’re through.

Here’s what’s happening. Inside the hated by the establishment media, academia, and in most parts, let’s just be honest here, libertarian movement, liberty movement, the Republican Party, it’s not very well liked. It’s looked down upon with scorn. They’re the party of big government, just like the Democrats. They’re the party of war. They’re the party of tax breaks, but only for those – or tax cuts, but only for those qualified and what have you. They grew government at a faster clip than the Democrats before them. They’re not very well liked. But there is an apparatus in place. There is a national apparatus in place that is almost impossible to duplicate. And what you’re seeing happening here is that the actual conservatives, most of you people, and those that call themselves conservatives, limited government types, that you are instructing your party bosses that they’re fired. You’re telling the Karl Roves, you’re telling the Mitch McConnells, you’re telling the Bob Bennetts, you’re telling the Bob Dole types, you’re telling the George W. Bushes, you’re fired. We’re not going to do it your way anymore. We will take you over and beat you from within.

I don’t think that the establishment types have quite gotten a grasp on what’s afoot here, they have gone a government program too far, they have gone a tax increase too far. They have grown Leviathan to the point where it’s so in the faces of people that people must make a choice. And you can’t choose just to be a little bit against government. You can’t choose just to be a little opposed to Big Brother. It’s all or nothing.

And many of you out there are warming to this idea, because I read your emails, I hear your phone calls, I watch your blog posts and what have you. And I’ve seen, just as I’ve seen myself grow more and more alienated, even from the idea of government intervention and the idea of government running this and the idea of politicians doling out favors and controlling what are supposed to be free markets, which are a laughing stock. They’re not even close to being free markets. It is an insult to that entity known as a free market to even call what we have in the United States a free market. Yet we have people, “Oh, we’ve got to go back to the free market.” We haven’t had a free market since the 1850s.

What you’re seeing here is the most momentous pushback in the history of this republic. Now, you can say that the American Revolution was a pushback, and it was, but we weren’t a republic then. We were members, we were colonial members of the empire of Great Britain. And there hasn’t been a groundswell of this type – well, you might be able to say – let me give you a marker here in history. You may, may, may be able to say that maybe, maybe at the turn of the last century, during the women’s suffrage movement, during the movement towards Prohibition, the imposition of the income tax and all that, that there was a movement. But that was not a groundswell and a people’s movement. That was an elitocrat movement. That was led by elitocrats. And they put themselves into positions of power, and we’re still paying for it today. What you’re seeing now is the beginning of the end of that era. That’s what I think.

If you don`t believe me then look at what happened the other night on hannity....the Karl Rove hissy-fit. Do you think that Hannity was taken aback? It looked to me like Sean was in shock. Rove was absolutly losing his frickin` mind....I’m just telling it from one man’s observation point of view, Hannity was in absolute shock at what was coming out of Karl Rove’s mouth.
And what you heard from rove, folks, was the empire striking back.

Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Don't Place Your Hope On Republicans

We are on a four-man bobsled with Obama, Pelosi, Reid, and the entire Obama White House. We’re headed down a black slope at Breckenridge. We’re going down a 90-mile-an-hour slope. There’s a cliff up ahead. It’s on Pike’s Peak, for crying out loud. There’s a 12,000-foot drop ahead of you. And nothing is going to stop – whoof – going off that cliff. No retrenchment, no amount of tax cuts is going to fix what ails this economy.

Now, I can tell you what would fix it and what would repair it and what would begin the process of bringing prosperity back. But it will be painful in the short run. It will not seem that it’s doing anything of the sort. And, well, no, not John Boehner. You think Boehner’s going to bring prosperity back? What? All right. Well, listen. Of course I am for cutting taxes. But I go beyond that. I mean, I’d rather have less taxes than more taxes. Let me say that.

But I go beyond that. How about abolishing the taxes? How about abolishing the insidious, invidious, heinous, evil, despicable, disgusting impediment to your own personal happiness and to keep the fruits of your own labor, the income tax. How about abolishing that? I’ve talked about abolishing the capital gains tax. I’ve talked about abolishing many taxes, not dealing with them, not making them less progressive, not taxing the rich less. I don’t care what the rich make. I want to be one of them. And I don’t want to pay the rest of you people for my success. And I refuse to hand over my money that I’ve legally earned through my own hard work because you think I should do it, or I should have some guilt trip on my head. That’s socialist, collectivist thinking there, and you ought to be ashamed of yourself for thinking that way. That’s the way Marx wanted you to think.

But back to McCain here. McCain’s going to be a leader in the United States Senate. He’s going to get in there, and he’s going to push for amnesty. As soon as this election’s over and he’s assured a seat for six years, he’s going to get in there, and he’s going to betray you people in Arizona, and he’s going to push for amnesty. He’s going to get in there with Lindsey Graham and all the rest of the amnesty crowd, and they’re going to meet with Obama, and they’re going to come up with a deal, and they’re going to – I’m telling you folks. You don’t think that Scott Brown and that crowd, you don’t think that Olympia Snowejob and Susan Collins, you don’t think that they’re not going to pick up right where they left off in 2006 and go right back to amnesty scamnesty sham? They’ll call it "comprehensive immigration reform," is what they’ll call it.

Folks, don’t get me wrong. I know some of you poured your hearts and souls into these elections, in these primaries. [Clapping] God bless you. Thank you. I’m glad that you did. That’s part of the little "r" republican spirit. My point in bringing this up to you today, and to focusing on McCain, is what is going to happen when McCain becomes part of the majority in the United States Senate.

Here’s what’s going to happen. I’ve already told you this. The federal government is out of control. It is too large to be constrained from within, besides the fact that people that are inside of the monster do not want to relinquish control. And they do not want to see their power diminished. It’s as simple as that. Now, if you watch my video on the whiteboard you know that those inside the state governments don’t want to do it either. They know where the gravy train is. They know where the money’s coming from. They know that they can’t tax the citizens directly to provide the services that they want to take credit for, so they let the feds do it for them.

Well, the problem that they’re going to run into and that we’re running into is that they’re all out of money. So now they have to start rearranging the deck chairs. And the only way to rearrange the deck chairs is to do what? What do they always do? Smoke and mirrors. Bait and switch. So the systemic changes that need to occur – let me give you an example of a systemic change that you just heard McCain say that he would vote against and he will not allow happen. He said we’ve got to keep – "We’re going to keep people in their homes." Why should people be kept in their homes? If you are a renter right now, and you dream of purchasing a home someday, let me ask you a question. Answer this yes or no. Or answer this more or less. Those are the two answers, more or less. If you are currently a renter, and you desire to be a homeowner someday, do you want to pay more money for your first home, or would you rather pay, would you like to pay less money for your home?

Now, those of you that are sane and rational want to pay less money for your home. So let me explain something to you, or try to explain to you. That means that every attempt that is made to forestall or to put off a foreclosure, like McCain just said, we’ve got to – we’re going to keep people in their homes. Every attempt that is made to artificially subsidize through government money, which means government money that is stolen at the point of the IRS’s gun from somebody else that had it and given to someone that hasn’t earned it, only prolongs the inevitable. But it also ensures, at least at some level, that you will not get the opportunity to purchase that home at a decreased price. When we get into the economic news later on today, and you see that sales of existing homes have plunged, there’s a reason for that. And the reason for that is that not enough foreclosures have happened, and the prices have not come down in line with what the economy says people should be willing to pay.

There has to be a massive liquidation here. This is going to take years. What is the figure, I think there’s 18 months, or eight months of supply of existing homes on the market. That number has increased. And the reason for that is because the government with its tax subsidies and with its programs is artificially keeping the prices high by not allowing the foreclosures to happen. The foreclosures must happen. And they’re going to happen.

This is the worst part about it. All that you’re doing is prolonging, you’re prolonging the recession and the depression. You’re not doing anything to help it. You’re making it go longer. With every move you make to try to keep the bubbles inflated that were caused by the malinvestment, you’re just putting off the ultimate day of reckoning. And you can’t have growth, you can’t have economic prosperity, not like some of you want, or think you’re going to get, without liquidating the bad assets, without liquidating the loans that shouldn’t have been made. You know what the worst part is, is loans are still being made to people that aren’t going to pay them back.

This my friends is a recipe for further disaster, and all you obama fans and followers are cheering it on, what, are you people braindead or are the elitists right that you people need to be taken care of from cradle to the grave......?
Does the ways of old, "hard work and sacrifice" scare you all that much that you all are willing to sell your souls to the liberal, marxist devil? What part of history don`t you understand, this type of collective behavior has never worked, look at whats happening in cuba as of yesterday........
Its time to wake up folks!

Sunday, September 12, 2010

The Intolerance of Islam

This is the obvious double standard of the most outspoken Muslims when it comes to tolerance. As the controversy over the Mosque at Ground Zero and the on-again-off-again Koran burning continue to saturate the blogosphere, I ask why Americans do not have the right to be outraged when the so-called religion of peace threatens jihad against the smallest slight.

Whether it is calling for the death of a Danish cartoonist or threatening to blow up Burger King over the perceived use of an Islamic symbol, radical Muslims reach a fevered outrage at the drop of a scimitar.

The afore all lead me to ponder, why then cannot Muslims understand the sensitive nature of building a mosque so close to the tragic events of September 11th, and out of respect thereof, (which they would expect if the shoe was on the other foot) just exhibit some class and move the building elsewhere?

Saturday, September 11, 2010

How shocking, now the statists claim that liberty is "racist"....

As the Liberty Movement continues to grow, it is obvious the Statists are perhaps for the first time since the dawn of the Federal Reserve, a bit worried their chokehold over the Republic is slipping. As the people reject evermore weary of the failed promises of Big-Government programs, the current implosion of complete welfare Nation States such as Greece, and a ballooning debt.

People are once again beginning to consider that perhaps living free, responsible for our own decisions and the success or consequences thereof is a better alternative to those who seek to micromanage our lives all the way down to the amount of salt allowed on the dinner table and what type of light bulb we use to illuminate our homes.

This is a nightmare the Central Planners must crush anyway. Thus they return to the tired tactic of playing the race-card,what a surprise.
When all else fails fall back to what works....right race baiters and haters????

The Patriot Act is Not Conservative

If Americans needed another reminder of why the Democratic Party is absolutely worthless, they got it during last week’s Patriot Act extension debate when Senate Majority leader Harry Reid again behaved exactly like the Bush-era Republicans he once vigorously opposed. In 2005, Reid bragged to fellow Democrats, “We killed the Patriot Act.” Today, Reid says that anyone who opposes the Patriot Act might be responsible for the killing of Americans. Dick Cheney now hears an echo and Americans deserve congressional hearings—as to whether Harry Reid is a sociopath, mere liar, or both.

Universal Healthcare is SLAVERY

Supporters of Universal Healthcare want to impose an individual mandate on all working Americans. By doing this, they are sanctioning slavery on the American People. On 09/09/09, President Obama addressed the Congress and the nation, stating that individuals would be required to purchase healthcare. Anyone who does not will be fined up to $1,900, thrown in prison, and fined an additional $25,000. This is a perfect example of government tyranny, and is more properly termed, "fascism." In any program designed to help others, there is always an option to withdraw or not participate. A person who doesn’t want to buy auto insurance can opt not to drive a car. A person who doesn’t want house insurance can rent instead of buying a house. In the case of healthcare, a tax is placed on the right to LIFE itself. We should remember that even the slavemasters of old were interested in the healthiness of their slaves. A person who cannot opt out is not free—he or she is nothing but a slave. Socialist programs like Social Security, Medicare, and the Draft all result in slavery or involuntary servitude. Now is the time to uphold the 13th Amendment by defeating Unconstitutional Healthcare.

Student Advantage

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