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  • Rep. John Lewis Says Declaration's ‘Pursuit of Happiness’ - Force People to Buy Health Insurance

    01/20/2011 8:40:36 AM PST · by Libloather · 42 replies
    CNS News ^ | 1/19/11 | Nicholas Ballasy
    Rep. John Lewis Says Declaration's ‘Pursuit of Happiness’ Language and 14th Amendment Authorize Congress to Force People to Buy Health InsuranceBy Nicholas Ballasy Wednesday, January 19, 2011 (CNSNews.com) -Rep. John Lewis (D-Ga.) said on Tuesday that the government should require individuals to buy health insurance and cited the Preamble to the Constitution, the Declaration of Independence’s “pursuit of happiness” language and the 14th Amendment as the sources of Congress’ authority to enact such a mandate. “I think people should be required to get health insurance. We require people to get insurance for their automobile state by state but the federal...
  • To That Stupid Liberal Lurker - I Got Zapped

    06/24/2006 9:21:32 AM PDT · by tough decision · 238 replies · 6,388+ views
    One look at you tells me all I need to know about you. I am so tired of liberals that think they are so brilliant. You are such a stupid jackass. You are so stupid you probably believe that the Bush administration orchestrated the attacks on 9/11. Every time you go on the internet, every time you make a bank transaction, or pay a bill, every time you try to email a congressman or senator they are getting so much information off of you. Of course it is all a conspiracy by the Bush administration. I have screwed around by...
  • She Wears it Well(Sheila Jackson Lee)

    01/07/2005 4:13:56 PM PST · by alienken · 78 replies · 4,379+ views
    Posted By: Rob_Booth | Write the Editors | Permalink.. In today's Chronicle, Gebe Martinez mentions Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee's participation in the Democrats' objection to certifying the presidential election results. "The Senate voted 74-1 to uphold the election results, with Boxer casting the lone dissenting vote. The House voted 267-31. Jackson Lee and Rep. Eddie Bernice Johnson of Dallas were the only two Texas Democrats to support the election challenge." He didn't mention this gem of a quote from Rep. Jackson Lee during the proceedings: "I came here as a slave, and I deserve to vote." For someone old enough...