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Posted on 12/10/2012 3:22:03 AM PST by Kaslin
I'm getting sick and tired of people asking me why I'm running for president in 2016. The answer is that I have to run. The GOP can't run another big government establishment candidate masquerading as a true conservative. So I'm stepping up to the plate. And I'm going to win, largely because my policies will appeal to young people, libertarians, and Reagan Democrats. But thats enough of the generalities. Here are the twelve specific changes you can expect when I become your 45th president.
1. Passing the 28th Amendment. There is a proposed 28th Amendment floating around the Internet. It reads: "Congress shall make no law that applies to the citizens of the United States that does not apply equally to the Senators and Representatives; and, Congress shall make no law that applies to the Senators and Representatives that does not apply equally to the citizens of the United States."
Unfortunately, the proposed amendment is considered to be an "urban legend" by various websites. Its origins are not even perfectly clear. But I think someone needs to take this idea and run with it and turn it from an urban legend into a reality. I don't care whether the idea came from Warren Buffet or Jimmy Buffet. I'll be inaugurated on a Friday. But come Monday I will be pushing this idea from the bully pulpit.
2. Replacing the IRS with the Fair Tax. In June, I buried the hatchet with Neal Boortz. After two years of bickering over abortion, I realized I needed him to join my presidential administration as Secretary of Treasury. He says he's going into retirement to fly airplanes. But I need him to push for the implementation of the Fair Tax and the abolition of the IRS. So I'm going to let him fly Air Force One as an incentive to come out of retirement. I hope it works. I plan to fire, not hire, thousands of IRS agents in the aftermath of Obamacare. That is because I believe the IRS is not a "service." It's more like a terrorist organization. If the agents agree to leave quietly, I promise not to send them to Gitmo.
3. Drilling in ANWR. I once heard a politician say it would do no good to drill in ANWR because we could not start drawing oil for a decade. But that was over a decade ago. So I'm moving forward. Some say we can only rely on ANWR for a few decades worth of oil. Nonsense! Plus, they fail to realize that if we continue to rely on the Middle East for oil there will be no United States left in a few decades.
4. Closing the Department of Education. George W. Bush gave us No Child Left Behind. My educational policy will be All Bureaucrats Left Behind. Washington DC has been controlling local education for far too long. That will end when we abolish the Department of Education. All levels of education will benefit from local control. Additionally, our universities will have a chance to return to a state of normalcy.
Obama's Department of Education has demanded that state universities strip due process rights of students accused of sexual assault and sexual harassment in exchange for federal funds. Consequently, alleged rape victims no longer have to prove their cases beyond a reasonable doubt in university judicial proceedings. This kind of extortion will end as soon as we get the feds out of state education.
5. Closing of HUD. Does anyone really need to know why I'm shutting down HUD? Have you been in any urban area of America recently that did not appear to have been poorly developed? Government agencies always do a worse job than the private sector. And government agencies that are further away from a problem always do a worse job than government agencies that are closer to a problem. We can't expect a federal agency in Washington to develop urban areas as far as 3000 miles away. Greater distance from a problem means less knowledge about the problem. Less knowledge about a problem means worse decisions directed toward resolution of a problem. So I've decided to get rid of HUD.
6. Repealing Obamacare. I really don't know what Mitt Romney was thinking when he said "There are some parts of Obamacare I like." I guess he forgot he was no longer running for office in Massachusetts. He was supposed to be pretending to be a conservative running for national office. Please be assured that you'll never hear such nonsense coming out of my mouth. Obamacare isn't a law. It is an assault on self-governance. I hate every bit of it and I plan to destroy it.
7. Raising Social Security Eligibility. Social Security has always been a bad deal. But it has gotten worse over the years as average life expectancy has increased. This has changed the ratio of those paying in to those paying out so that the program is no longer solvent. Obviously, eligibility requirements must be changed in order to keep the program afloat. It would be nice to increase the age of eligibility until the program ceases to exist. That will take a while. But I will be the first one to substantially raise age eligibility. The old folks might vote me out after one term. But that's ok. I have a retirement plan. It's called a presidential memoir.
8. Removing Embassies from the Middle East. If I let my daughter go to a neighbor's house and she was then molested by one of his sons, I would not let her go back over there as a guest. Plus, I would demand justice for my neighbor's son. I certainly would not resume diplomatic relations. I feel the same way about countries that cannot control their radical extremists. If they attack one of our embassies then we're going to have to kill someone. And we won't let our ambassadors go back over there if its not a safe place to be. Plus, it will be a good excuse to withdraw aid to some of these places. If they don't have running water by now, there's no hope for them anyway.
9. Impeaching Internationalist Justices. I hope Ginsburg lives until 2017 so I can see her impeached on my watch. She goes to foreign nations and in public speeches calls our constitution "irrelevant." I plan to make her irrelevant. But she won't be the only one. Any Justice who has ever written the phrase "according to international law" in a legal opinion will be impeached. They were sworn to uphold our constitution. International law is irrelevant.
10. Reducing the Size of the Military. Liberals are always complaining about the size of the military. I agree that there should be fewer people in the military. Under my administration, you will see an immediate reduction in our military forces. That is because there will be no more women and gays in combat positions. It's just a bad idea for our country to be defended by gays and women. Those who think I am off on this one have their heads firmly planted in a fox hole. Political correctness and sensitivity training are distractions that should be reserved for civilian life. We can't afford the luxury of such distractions in an age of terrorism. So it's best that our military be comprised of a bunch of men who are not interested in sleeping with each other and don't care about offending each other.
11. Abolishing the fed. First there was the housing bubble. Next, there will be the student loan bubble. There will be an endless string of bubbles until we get politicians out of the business of setting interest rates and controlling the banking industry. The free market alone should determine interest rates. As long as the fed is around, the free market will never have an opportunity to correct problems before they become bursting bubbles.
12. Repealing the PATRIOT Act. Sometimes emergencies necessitate government action. The problem is that once the emergencies pass, the government apparatus stays in place. Income taxes and other permanent solutions to temporary problems have plagued us for far too long (and they have been used to fuel further government expansion). The PATRIOT act is also interfering with my efforts to reduce the entanglement between our government and our banking system. Therefore, it must go.
Well there it is. I've laid everything out on the table except for my choice of a Vice Presidential candidate. I'm considering giving the slot to the First Lady. But I fear she would be offended by the demotion. So maybe Ill put her in charge of dismantling Obamacare.
See you on the campaign trail. And remember to vote early and often.
WOW. The election is just over...
Four years of a lame duck President?
Great post! Unfortunately the guy can’t win. The “Useful Idiots” will never understand his common sense approach.
I think Mike Adams is kidding, but I’ll sure vote for him if he is not.
That is why I put “Satire” in the keywords
A solution that might just work. Beats the hell out of "means testing".
He should have added: USA to quit the UN and throw the UN out of the country.
Please, God, let him be serious!!!!!!!!!!!!
Never heard of him but I’d vote for him.
I vote for him !
” If they don’t have running water by now, there’s no hope for them anyway. “
If he’s serious, he’s certainly got my vote. What a breath of fresh air he’d be.
He’s one of my favorite political commentators (I also like Mark Steyn), plus he’s a nice person. I once emailed him and he actually answered me, something I never expected.
Sure, this is satire. But why should it be? Aside from the tongue-in-cheek tenor of the piece, there’s nothing laughable about it. Everything he says rings true.
And frankly, I’d like to see a candidate run on just such a platform. I’d add a few things ...
1). Revise the Second Amendment to eliminate the “well-regulated militia” clause. Too much room for gun-grabbers to hide behind.
2). Change the order of the First Amendment’s religion clauses: “Congress shall make no law prohibiting the free exercise of religion, or the establishment thereof.” It’s too easy to overlook the prohibition clause.
3). No representation without taxation. You don’t pay the band, you don’t get to pick the tune.
4). No more redistribution of wealth. “Congress shall allocate no monies intended to distribute to one citizen wealth produced by another.” You don’t get to vote yourself a share of my money anymore.
5). Right-to-work becomes universal. How can you call yourself a free man if you don’t even have a choice of whether you join a union or not?
6). Repeal of the 16th and 17th amendments. Taxes to be levied and collected by the states. Senators to be selected by state legislatures.
7). Repeal of all federal legislation that violates the 10th Amendment’s reservation clause.
For starters ...
I think if he changed his first name to John, it could help. Maybe?
Heck, forget Adams, I’m voting for you.
When the "free exercise thereof" includes conversion by the sword in the form of acts of terror, there must be an exception made.
I do not think that the President can do any of these things. The best he can do is lobby for them and go “over Congress’ heads” to the America people in speeches.
Worse, I’m pretty sure you couldn’t sell the majority of Americans, esp. the loafers and parasites, on his plan.
Aside from those issues, I would be happy to vote for him and even work for his campaign.
Not to mention human sacrifice.
There are quite a few people just south a border (and almost as many within our borders) who are just one or two steps away from cutting hearts out for Huitzilopochtli...
And possibly others, through I haven’t heard of human sacrifice being used in Santeria or Voodoo.
In some areas it went even lower
Oh, yeah? Well, I saw him in the hallway at CPAC and he smiled at me! So there! ;-D
Seriously, every one of these planks is just what we need.
Okay, he can do ONE of those things.
We need an Amendment that says “Public officials and news reporters may not knowingly lie.” That would clean house real good.
We could run him for President of the CSA -- the Conservative States of America.
Ever heard of the term "long pig"?
There are already laws against coercion, intimidation, torture, and murder ... you know, islam’s basic toolkit.
Sounds good to me
Dude, ping me.
Looked it up. I think the Haitians use the term “the goat without horns.” But I didn’t know that was human sacrifice associated with Voodoo, and apparently it was pretty rare an associated with “Don Pedro” or Petro rites. It is apparently a substitute for pig, though.
United States, and unmitigated abuse in Haiti, I decided again to look into the question with the greatest care. The result has been to convince me that I underrated the fearful manifestations; I have therefore rewritten these chapters, and introduced many new facts which have come to my knowledge.” In view of this last statement all our quotations will be taken from this Second Edition of the work.
Let us, then, carefully weigh the testimony of Sir Spencer St. John. At the very outset, he states: “I must notice that there are two sects which follow the Vaudoux-worship—those who only delight in the flesh and blood of white cocks and spotless white goats at their ceremonies, and those who are not only devoted to these, but on great occasions call for the flesh and blood of ‘the goat without horns,’ or of human victims. It is a curious trait of human nature that these cannibals must use a euphemistic term when speaking of their victims, as the Pacific Islanders have the expression of ‘long pig.’”
We must here remark the careful distinction between the cults in Haiti, and while the author does not also distinguish them by name, the legitimate cult, if we may so term it, is Voodoo proper, while the cannibalistic element belongs to Don Pédro. Further, it should be noted that while the human sacrifice is called the “goat without horns” it is really substituted, not for the goat of Voodoo, but for the pig of Don Pédro: just as in those Pacific Islands that are referred to, where the term “long pig” is used.
But to resume St. John’s narrative: “When Haiti was still a French Colony, Vaudoux-worship flourished, but there is no distinct mention of human sacrifice in the accounts transmitted to us. In Moreau de Saint-Méry’s excellent description of the island, from whose truthful pages it is a pleasure to seek for information, he gives us a very graphic account of fetishism. as it existed in his day, that is, towards the close of the last century.” He means of course the eighteenth century. Then follows a lengthy citation from the very passage that we have already quoted.
Just darn. And we let the folks immigrate?