oody. So anything a federal law says you should have, you don't have to actually have it. But "our" government has unlimited power to tax you for not having it. Let's see where this goes.
The more lawful gun owners a state has, the less crime it will have. Therefore, Congress passes the Shooter Protection and Affordable Firearm Act giving all law-abiding citizens the "choice" of either being armed or being taxed. Great. Let's keep going.
The more high wage earners a state has, the less poor it will have. Therefore, Congress passes the Worker Protection and Affordable Job Act giving all working-age citizens the "choice" of either being rich or being taxed. Wonderful. We're on a roll!
The more suit wearers a state has, the less shabbiness it will have. Therefore, Congress passes the Fashionable Protection and Affordable Outfit Act giving all clothed citizens the "choice" of either being stylish or being taxed. Fabulous. But we're not done!
The more vegetable eaters a state has, the less obesity it will have. Therefore, Congress passes the Diner Protection and Affordable Food Act giving all hungry citizens the "choice" of either being thin or being taxed. Yummy. Any of this leaving a bad taste in your mouth yet?
The more holy book readers a state has, the less immorality it will have. Therefore, Congress passes the Faithful Protection and Affordable Bible Act giving all literate citizens the "choice" of either being religious or being taxed. Awesome. What else?
Yes, Congress can, according to the U.S. Supreme Court Law-Rewriters, fill in that blank with absolutely anything.
According to pollster Scott Rasmussen, 54 percent of likely U.S. voters want Obamacare repealed. Those numbers will go up, not down, as citizens realize that this 2,801-page monstrosity is an unworkable, bloated, Washington power grab turbocharged by a near-universal tax hike.
His Lyingness has not only run of out folks to lie to, he's now run out of things to lie about.
Neither the Social Security/Medicare Analogy™ nor the Automobile Insurance one applies to the purely partisan "Affordable" "Care" Act Dictatorship.
veryone breathes, therefore, ipso facto, everyone must be forced to sign contracts and to otherwise participate in commerce.
What country do Demøfascists, who alone foisted that unprecedented monstrosity on us, think feel they live in? Communist China? The "former" Soviet Union?
Only in their wettest dreams.
Where in that "living, breathing" all but dead document known as the Constitution is it written that yes we can be compelled, under color of law — especially one they first have to pass before yes "you can find out what is in it" — to buy any object of commerce approved solely by Demøfascists?
The No Right to Choose Clause®?
Our Constitution begins to lose its essential meaning when the fascist schemes of strictly partisan hacks in two branches of "our" government can progress this far without any semblance of checks and balances, much less sanity.
It is the real hope of the American people the third branch will change all that.
“Rebellion to Tyrants is Obedience to God”
“At what point then is the approach of danger to be expected? I answer, if it ever reaches us, it must spring up amongst us. If destruction be our lot, we must ourselves be its author and finisher.”
our Øbamajesty's own øbaminister of prØpaganda said it best:
The impression you got was that he was out of touch with the experience of average people.
Make no mistake®: Presidents Eisenhower and Wilson actually had a private sector that was "doing fine." So they could afford taking time off to play golf. You? Let me be absolutely clear®: Not so much.
Also, federal spending under Eisenhower was, on average, 18 percent of our gross domestic product. Under Wilson, 8 percent — and that includes The Great War. Under You it's "skyrocketed" to an extremely whopping 24 percent.
Worse, under Your extremistration, working-age American women are suffering their lowest labor-participation rate in 20 years.
"Whatever power plants are being built, they would have to meet the rigors of... the ratcheted-down caps that are imposed every year. So if somebody wants to build a coal-powered plant, they can. It's just that it will bankrupt them because they're going to be charged a huge sum for all that greenhouse gas that's being emitted." –Øfascist, 01/17/2008
So now we have Presidential Amendment I, "ratified" unilaterally by His Assholiness, King Øfascist the Freak, the text of which is shown below.
The Congress shall have power to establish an uniform rule of naturalization, except in cases where the president bypassesCongress.
However, since it's gobsmackingly clear what Baracrook Kardashian® is really doing is bribing Hispanics — specifically, giving them an undue advantage via a favorable governmental act, in exchange for their expected votes — another, more apt and pressing provision of our constitution applies:
The President shall be removed from Office on Impeachment for, and Conviction of, Bribery.
Job growth under Obama has been the slowest of any recovery since the Great Depression. As a result, only 58% of the civilian working age population is working, the lowest since the late 1970s. Investors Business Daily reports that the rate of new business start-ups, historically the source of most new jobs, has plunged to an all time low of 7.87% of all businesses. These are the reasons why over half of recent college graduates under 25 are jobless or underemployed, and 3 in 10 young adults can't find jobs and live with their parents, the highest since the 1950s. Obama's campaign slogan is "For[ making yo a ]ward[ of da state]," but under his misleadership America is hurtling backward to the past....
Unemployment for African Americans under Obama has been well into depression level double digits for his entire term, remaining today still at 13.6%. Black teenagers continue to suffer depression unemployment at 37%. Hispanics too have suffered long term double digit unemployment under Obama, still stuck at 11% in May.
Not just Øfubar's bowling score that's extremely low. Cut it in half and you've got his IQ.
o government is the New Private Sector™ now. Hear that, "public"-school teachers?
We need to accelerate job creation in the private sector. One of the ways that we can do that is putting (government employees) back to work.
Increase government payrolls. That's how you "create" jobs in the private sector.
Moe, Larry, and Curly were more competent, graceful, and rational than Barry's stooges are.
All in the same day the Schizophrenic-in-Chief tells us "the private sector's doing fine," then shortly afterwards says, "The economy is not doing fine. There are too many people out of work. The housing market is still weak, there are too many homes underwater."
Which one is it, ØMoron?
That, of course, was a rhetorical question.
Let me be absolutely clear®: He absolutely doesn't know.