Skip to comments.HR3200, Obama and Pelosiís Communist Manifesto
Posted on 08/19/2009 2:53:51 PM PDT by Sammy67
Steve Miller, a fellow CFP contributor sent out an email blast last night. In his note he included examples of the HR3200 language including a link to the copy available through the library of congress. Thats one of things I really appreciate about Steve, he is dogged when it comes to research. No wonder the powers that be incessantly work to silence him.
HR3200 is a beautifully woven web of governmental Orwellian doubletalk. For those under the age of 40, that is a reference to George Orwells novel 1984. Check it out and cross reference it to Obamas last few months its eerie. Within the endless pages of bureaucratic prose is a template for the takeover of American Society. I can see why the Democrat leadership is hell bent on its passage. HR3200 would allow them access into the public, business and private lives of everyone living within the confines of the United States. Dont bother mentioning the gross violation of the 10th Amendment, they dont care.
For those liberals who have been sending me hate mail (keep on sending. I love it), I have pasted a sample of the HR3200 language below.
(Excerpt) Read more at canadafreepress.com ...
Why is the Canadian Press the only one who can see through this charade?
“Why is the Canadian Press the only one who can see through this charade?”
Been there done that...
Administrative law is a tricky thing. I believe, however, that by invoking the IRC in this manner, the entirety of the administrative enforcement powers of this healthcare bill derives from the tax enforcement powers.
This is, as they say in Silicon Valley, nontrivial.
In Britain the health care system is the single biggest employer, not just there but in the world with 1.4 million employees, quite the voting block eh,(pop of Britain is 61 million) all for bigger government & more taxes, fines levies invasive policies, Not by coincidence are they the oldest socialized health-care system and the least effective top heavy politically active burden on taxpayers.
Well good on you.
Well good on you.
No...sorry, I meant that Canada has been there and done that with socialized medicine. They know how crappy it is...
Sorry back. You are correct, my over read.
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