Thursday, March 25, 2010

Now we have socialism

Various states throughout the country have pursued lawsuits against this bbill over states rights THis is the worong way to do it. The best way to have this law overturned is to use the fourth, fifth, and thirteenth amendments to challenge the legislation. The thirteenth amendment is the no slavery emndment- meaning that involuntary servitude is illegal. Yet you are required- bound by law to serve an insurance company woth your patronage. Then there are the fourth and fifth amendments- theese two detail the right of the people to be secue in their persons papers properties and effects against unreasonable searches and siezures (amendment four), and that no person shall be deprived of life liberty or property without due process of law. Just for good measure, you could throw Roe vs. Wade between you and this law- just to show liberals that they are going to have to walk a very fine line if they want to keep this law.
In a more general sense the entire definition of rights may come up during the argument. If you take a look at all of the rights together, there is but one that I can find- the right to an attorney- that is a product or service that can be provided, bought or sold by other people. The reason for this is that if the government that places a burden on a person, it is the government's responsibility to pay the bill if he can't afford it- otherwise rights are not something you can go to the store and buy. You can't get them from another person, and the constitution itself isa founded on the principal that rights are provided to us by our creator. Since the government is not my creator, the fact that they are trying to establish this is nothing short of an obscenity.

Saturday, March 20, 2010

I know that I haven't posted anything on this site in a long time. But here's thescoop. The best way of fighting ObamaCare at this point is to drop your employer sponsored health insurance, thereby eliminating a significant portion of the revenue this bill is supposed to generate. They won't like this, but then again, Who is John Galt?

Thursday, January 21, 2010

The Next Battle

This has been one of the most historic times in the United States that most people in this country have not had the privilege of living through- and succeeding in fighting this fire-for the time being. Yet another fire was set today by the Supreme Court. The court today just gutted a very large portion of the current campaign finance laws, That portion of the laws that deals with issue ads and whether corporations and Unions can have anything to say about candidates (as long as the aren’t (as long as they aren’t directly affiliated with them) . I applaud this ruling, but liberals* have been taken aback. They actually think that they can come up with a bill this year that will “deal” with the Supreme Court’s ruling, as if the Supreme Court needs to put in its place.

*I have an asterisk here because their are a number of Republicans whose act needs to be cleaned up on this- in particular- John McCain (yes that John McCain), and Lindsay Graham. This fight to supposedly restore the impositions that the Supreme Court has removed are nothing short of censorship, and they MUST be stopped. This is going to be the next big fight in DC. I hope you’re ready, because this may be as big as healthcare.

Saturday, December 19, 2009

The Politics of Compromise and the Compromise of Politics

In the world we live in, politics is the only field where compromise is good. If I were to say that someone's immune system were compromised, most would say that's bad. If I were to say that the engine in your car was compromised, you would be upset. If my doctor said he wanted to compromise, I would ask "with what?" But in the field of politics I know how mad liberals are. I was as mad as this when the Republicans compromised with Medicare Part D. I imagine that liberals are incensed and disheartened. But they should know that they have the entire winter break to face their congressmen and women, and their Senators, as will I. While I know what they feel at watching their hopes wind up in the toilet, I wish they would know that this is what happens when you call medical care a right. You try to enslave doctors or insurance companies, or whoever it is that you want to pay for someone else's product, they are going to do their damndest to enslave you to them. Apparently the right of healthcare has not only been bound to us, we have also been bound to it. So much for compromise.

Thursday, November 19, 2009

So much evidence with so little to say

The Obama administration is giving Americans more and more reasons not to trust Obama, but to fear him. There is so much evidence that this administration has no good intent for the US, yet there is so little to say, because I am speechless that they have even tried half the stuff they have. I only hope that my thought on George W. Bush are true: He accomplished more for liberlaism in his 8 years than the Dems would in their wildest dreams: (Attempted) immigration reform, campaign finance reform, medicare part D (the largest expansion of Gov't since Medicare), No Child left behind, and the Iraq war. Three of the five of those were compromises with Ted Kennedy, the Medicare Bill was opposed by the waterboy, and then there is the Iraq war, which motivated liberals more than anything. I just hope I'm right.

Thursday, November 5, 2009

Tragedy in Fort Hood

While observing the horrendous tragedy that occurred today at Fort Hood in Texas,**http%3A//, and honoring the men and women of the US military who have had their lives taken over this horrible event. It should be recognized that as a result of this act, The Guantanamo Bay Prison will not be closed. Not now, not next year, not as long as there are people such as this in the world. This is not a political statement, nor is it a prediction, it is a simple fact. No one is that stupid, that they would want the terrorists who committed this act improsoned on American soiil. Period.

Sunday, October 25, 2009

So What's the sense?

It is said by many of the more liberal (Chuck Schumer, et al.) Senators that this so-called opt out plan has the support of almost enough of the Senate to get the 60 votes necessary to pass. Liberal Senators like it because their states will benefit, but what do the states that don't support it get? Why would a moderate Democrat support something like this when there is nothing to be gained in supporting it, only the risk that supporting it is a shoe-in to socialized medicine, and my body being public property? In all of this nonsense, has anyone considered the principles of individual liberty and personal resopnsibility? That it is these traits that made this country what it is, and we are simply flushing them down the toilet?