An Ol' Broad's Ramblings
Archive for 29 June 2012
Since I have been having some major issues with my computer, I was unable to post The Great Eight last Saturday. Well, it seems I have managed to fix one of the problems, so I’m posting it now. Still relevant!
The headline in The Washington Times:
Ummm… how would this be a win for the middle class, which the majority…well, what WAS the majority…of people fall? Now, apparently, we’re all going to be below the poverty level, joining the others that Obama has put there by the failed economic policies which has resulted in the creation in a LARGE number of government jobs, paid for by us peons, but not a whole lot in the private sector, where most of us live our day to day lives.
And let’s not forget that this overblown piece of crap that was foisted on the American people also violates the 1st Amendment. Forcing faith based organization to pay for murder is beyond the pale! Forcing people to buy something they don’t want, and then taxing them if they don’t, is also a violation.
This administration, and all who support their Marxist plans, MUST GO! I don’t give a damn where they go….just GO! Any STATE government that just follows along blindly will also need to be replaced.
I really don’t think they understand the TRUE American spirit! Too bad for them!
Join the Fight to Repeal Obamacare
Like you, I am disappointed by the Supreme Court’s Obamacare decision. The Court misread and rewrote Obamacare in order to save it. Such contortions are not the proper role of judging. Most Americans are with you and me and deeply dislike this law.
We believe, however, that this is far, far from a time for despair. This decision will energize freedom-loving Americans to once again take matters into their own hands. Our republic has survived and flourished for more than two centuries because men and women—brave, determined, and deeply committed to the cause of freedom—were willing to stand, to march, and to make whatever sacrifices were necessary so that their children would know the blessings of liberty, the hope and opportunity that flow from living in “the land of the Free.”
They will receive this ruling as a clarion call to action. Once again, the people will have to rise to defend a fundamental American concept: that the power of government over individuals must be limited.
First, let’s acknowledge what was good in the decision. The Court recognized that there are limits to what Congress may do under the Commerce Clause. Big-government forces have for too long abused this clause’s grant of congressional authority, but the Court’s decision reaffirms that there are limits on their actions.