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The “Affordable” Health Care Act may be the law but it is unlawful, in spite of what a corrupt Supreme Court may decide. The rule of law requires a moral informed electorate and representatives with fidelity to the Constitution. We have neither. We have systemic corruption in all three branches of government. It is obvious to those that retain the ability to think critically after being processed through our socialized school system that the federal government is completely illegitimate. The fact that a law like the ACA is supported by a substantial minority is a testimony to the sad state to which our country has degenerated.
Make that "criticizing"
When critising the public schools system I should at least use correct grammer. The excerpt from my first comment should read: "Parents turn their children’s “education” over to a government devoid of morals, integrity or the competence to even run its own cafeteria."
Common core is not about improving education. It is about the government’s goal of collectivism. Prior to the Progressive/statist takeover of the school system in the 19th Century, education was about literacy, knowledge and teaching critical thinking. Standards and testing were established locally. It is the system that is dumbing down the students not the standards. Students are taught what to think, not how to think. Several generations of teachers, being captive of the system themselves, have innocently contributed to the state’s collectivist goals. Having passed through the public school system parents have abrogated their responsibility, accepting the idea that the state is responsible for educating their children. Parents turn their children’s “education” over to a government devoid of morals, integrity or the competence to even run their own cafeteria.
Where in the Constitution is the government authorized to socialize the Nation’s school system?
Sen. Michael Bennet’s voting record is the poster child for dysfunction in DC hurting rural Colorado and the American people. Just a few out of dozens of examples: He voted Yes on amnesty for illegal aliens, Yes on gun control, Yes on increasing the federal government debt, No on defunding Obamacare and No on Auditing the unconstitutional Federal Reserve System that secretly plunders the people, redistributing the loot to the ruling elite. Repealing the 17th Amendment would return the appointment of DC senators to the states so that they actually represent their respective states, rather than outside political and corporate interests. That ship sailed 100 years ago with the “Progressive” takeover of what used to be our Constitutional Republic. The criminal organization that controls Washington DC isn’t about to help restore the Constitution by giving power back to the states where it belongs. The states are too addicted to federal government handouts to have the courage to take back what is rightfully theirs. It may take the inevitable collapse of this corrupt system to get rid of political hacks like Senator Bennet.
Your comparison of Senator Lindsey Graham to a gelding’s ass in an insult to the gelding.
The most interesting part of the Snowden whistle blowing case is that this is old news. The unconstitutional federal government spying on Americans has been reported many times over the years. This includes a segment by 60 Minutes 13 years ago:
Now, after more than a decade, the controlled corporate media “discovers” the story?
Does the owner of a small business in an inner city have a choice when organized crime demands that the business owner pay for protection? This is extortion, made “legal” in the case of government. No matter which criminal organization confiscates the loot, legal or illegal, it is theft. It is an unlawful attack on property rights.
Providing “affordable” housing requires that wealth be confiscated from some people for the benefit of others. Free people can voluntarily decide to help subsidize other people’s housing, but to be forced to do so by government fiat is theft.
Thank you for your response. I now look forward to learning more about Confederation Helvatica.
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