Skip to comments.Supreme Court should give Congress a do-over on health care reform
Posted on 04/08/2012 6:00:52 AM PDT by Oldeconomybuyer
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I will certainly do so.
We should get a do-over on electing the doofuses that occupy Congress and the White House.
I think we should give inventors “do-overs” for inventing perpetual motion machines for energy generation.
Both concepts have equal prospects for success.
I stand corrected.
Although i must reiterate my point that who win’s the presidency is of little signicant to our long term goals. The presidency cannot and will not seriously help us.
The Federal executive perhaps more than all Federal departments is an office that must be constrained externally to have any real lasting impact upon the centralization of power so nessary for the leftist agenda.
The best thing any man can do in the presidency is to act incompletely as to give more of our countrymen a reason to help us resist and constrain his office. I’m not sure Mitt can do that as well as Obama, but Mitts other virtues might be worthy of the trade. In either case the contest for that office itself matters little to our ultimate objective.
Our real Goal henges upon State’s rights activist control of our State Leglsators & governorship. It is from that position that power Must be retaken from Washington as it is from that position that it must be held and that position where power can be checked by the individual(vote by foot). that is the aklees heel of Socialist/collectivist plots, ultimately they must be able to enslave the entire population by dividing them into minority’s to be conquered.
If a minority can simply leave, he cannot be conquered, his labor cannot be so easily taken for “the common good” as the leftist politicians define it.
While our State’s taxing powers are in general legally less limited than Washington’s. Practically they are limited by competition with each other for what amounts to the productive individual. The John Galt’s of our world. That competition, as in the private sector, is our greatest natural defense of our liberty.
We must focus all our efforts upon restoring it, all other objectives are secondary, because without that defense mechanistic of competition we have and will continue to lose the war for our freedom.