Joe Meglen

Joe Meglen 23 hours, 37 minutes ago on Colorado's private health insurance enrollment stands at 124,000

Chris,

The fact that you do everything possible but answer my question establishes that you know the correct answer. The correct answer dismantles arguments supporting legalized theft. I offer you one more opportunity; Is it right to take from one person against their will and give these proceeds to another? Your answer, or lack of, demonstrates much about character and principle.

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Joe Meglen 1 day ago on Colorado's private health insurance enrollment stands at 124,000

Chris,

My question is not a matter of what is “legal”; it is a matter of what is moral. The fact that you are so evasive answers my question.

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Joe Meglen 1 day, 1 hour ago on Colorado's private health insurance enrollment stands at 124,000

Chris,

Once again you obfuscate. The Justices of the Supreme Court are employees of the federal government. They are appointed by politicians, and with few exceptions, they have proven to be political animals catering to their employer. Their employer hates the Constitution. The SCOTUS does not determine what is right or wrong. I ask you a third time: Is it right to take from one person against their will and give these proceeds to another? This does not require a long dissertation. The answer to my question is either yes or no. Which is it?

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Joe Meglen 2 days, 1 hour ago on Colorado's private health insurance enrollment stands at 124,000

Chris,

You obfuscate rather than answer my question. I will ask again: Is it right to take from one person against their will and give these proceeds to another?

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Joe Meglen 2 days, 8 hours ago on Colorado's private health insurance enrollment stands at 124,000

Chris,

In order to distill the discussion of the ACA, or collectivism in general, down to basics, I have a question: Is it right to take from one person against their will and give these proceeds to another?

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Joe Meglen 2 days, 11 hours ago on Colorado's private health insurance enrollment stands at 124,000

Chris,

“Obamacare” is a Progressive (Fascist) exercise of plenary government power fundamentally opposed to economic freedom, therefore individual freedom, the principles upon which the united States were founded. It is yet another "Progressive" assault on the Constitution and liberty. A strictly limited government has become unlimited. As government grows, freedom and opportunity die. The “Affordable” care act is not about providing better access to affordable health care, it is about controlling and further plundering the people.

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Joe Meglen 3 days ago on Colorado's private health insurance enrollment stands at 124,000

The “Affordable” Care Act is not private. It is a soft form of fascism, a “partnership” between the State and the Medical-Industrial complex. The concept of bottom up governance taught in government schools is a myth, certainly at the national level. Large corporate and monied interests control, and are the government. This has been the case for many generations.

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Joe Meglen 4 weeks, 1 day ago on Ryan McHugh: Up to City Council

Steve,

This is a bit off topic: I am no scientist, but isn’t it time to stop referring to hydrocarbons in earth as fossil fuels? The term fossil fuels implies a very limited supply.

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Joe Meglen 2 months, 2 weeks ago on Joe Meglen: Protect citizen's rights

Bob,

This is not to suggest that DMB is meeting in a dark room with co-conspirators to overthrow what is left of the Constitution*. She is a captive of the system herself. Her entire life has been spent working for, or being part of, the state which lives off of the private sector. It is all she knows. When Rep. Bush votes for gun control laws she attacks a fundamental right and is a useful “tool” for her superiors which do have an agenda to dismantle the Constitution. These things happen through incrementalism, gradualism – Mao Tse Tung’s Boiling Frog analogy. Therefore, when a politician votes for gun control laws, even if done unwittingly with good intentions, they are attempting to overthrow the Constitution.

*Democrats did conspire to pass unconstitutional gun control legislation. The outcome of the Democrat vote was predetermined and no opposing views supporting the 2nd Amendment from Colorado sheriffs or residents were considered.

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