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HealthCare Reform Unconstitutional

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Boy, Devvy Kidd sure spells it out here today with extensive links, references, research to back up every word she writes.

I hadn't thought of a lot of her points. The truth is plain and simple!!

HEALTH CARE REFORM: CONGRESS HAS NO AUTHORITY TO LEGISLATE

 

 

By: Devvy
August 10, 2009
© 2009 - NewsWithViews.com

In almost twenty years of full time activism, rarely have I seen such an uproar as we're seeing over Comrade Obama and Congress' attempt to take over another private industry. My email box has been deluged with hundreds of messages every day for weeks about this so called health care reform. Americans have read the fine print and gone ballistic, as well they should. The wrath of the American people is long over due.

These craven jackals in Congress have become fearful of the American people exercising their right to demand their elected representatives in Congress do what they want, not what special interests pay these prostitutes to do for them. As a result, the usual propaganda has been unleashed on the "mobs" attending town hall meetings. Americans who understand what is at stake are being attacked with the precision of what was done in Stalinist Russia.

article continues here:  http://www.newswithviews.com/Devvy/kidd461.htm

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Comments

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Comment by jim695 - August 11, 2009, 8:39 am
I've said it before, and I stand by it: The United States Constitution isn't worth the parchment it's printed on. It has been systematically and deliberately subverted, diluted, ignored and rendered entirely impotent, not by the CFR or by any foreign entity, but by the same people whom we elect to look after our interests.

Unfortunately, the United States Government on all levels (federal, state and local) has become the optimum fast-track to wealth and a means of attaining and wielding unlimited power AGAINST the average American citizen. Generally speaking, America has become a nation of stupid, lazy cowards who believe anything the media tells them to believe. For the most part, we refuse to get directly or personally involved in controversial issues which impact our personal lives, citing, "I just don't have the time," or "I don't want to get into trouble; someone else should do something about this, but I have to look out for my family." For reasons which I cannot fathom, we feel better somehow when we're constantly terrified, and we take comfort in the knowledge that someone else, those we've elected, for example, will see to it that the current source of our fear is eradicated, and then we'll feel safe until tomorrow, when another monster rears its head, and the process is repeated. We have actually reached a point where the American public truly admires and gratefully rewards complete incompetence and blatant stupidity in those we elect to represent us and, sadly, we blindly follow these idiots and proven morons who lead us into one self-made disaster after another.

What the vast majority of Americans don't realize, or what they simply refuse to acknowledge, is that the very freedoms they claim as their inherent Constitutional entitlements are being consistently eroded by the very people we've elected to guard them as inviolate. Somehow, somewhere along the way, those elected and appointed officials have come to believe they're actually more important and that their lives and livelihoods are far more valuable than ours. THEY have the finest health care money can buy, and THEIR health care is funded entirely by WE, the people. Yet, THEY cannot get together and devise a simple solution to ensure that those who put them in office, those citizens who don't have the ability to pay themselves hundreds of thousands of dollars per year, have access to competent and affordable health insurance. There's a box on our tax return forms we can check if we want to donate a dollar of our federal taxes to the general election fund. Is the concept of similar taxpayer-funded (as opposed to government-funded) group health insurance really that difficult to grasp? Would it really be so overwhelmingly burdensome to allow existing insurance companies to underwrite such policies at an affordable cost for those who can't afford to buy health insurance at the same exorbitant rates paid by those of us who can afford it? Okay, so maybe the issuing underwriter makes a much smaller profit, or merely breaks even on those premiums; so what? It'll never happen because, if they can't make billions and show their shareholders that company executives deserve those outrageous quarterly bonuses, the very thought is not worth the time required to consider it.

WE, the people don't need our government to solve the health care problem for us, and I believe it's a mistake to entrust this issue to government officials who have proved their incompetence over and over again in recent years. It doesn't matter whether you call yourself a Democrat or a Republican; we're American citizens first and foremost, and we've been screwed too many times by both parties to proclaim one better or worse than the other. Despite this, we declare our conservatism or our liberalism and cling to our party choices with all the loyalty and ferocity we show for our favorite football teams. We point our fingers and cry, "Oh my God! Look what they've done now!" They, of course, being whichever side you happen to oppose or despise with every fiber of your being.

If you're naive enough to believe the United States Constitution will protect you or what you believe are your "rights," or that Congress actually has the slightest bit of interest in a document which, in reality, is nothing more than a historical novelty, I would suggest you open your eyes wide and let them adjust to the light you've been avoiding for the past thirty years. Do you see? It's not really raining after all, as you've been told. Someone is actually peeing on your head, and YOU helped to put him in office.

Welcome home, Comrade. Would you like an umbrella ... or a towel?

     Jim
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jarasanComment by jarasan - August 11, 2009, 9:07 am
Jim have you been watching the cowards at the townhall meetings? The only cowards I see are the elected officials, $h1t$stream media, akorn a$$ho1e$, and the union fauck faces. People have had it, they've backed off the 550 million gulfstreram purchase, and they will submit to the American people that have been silent, they have awakened.
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TigerAngelComment by TigerAngel - August 12, 2009, 4:22 am
If you're not a liberal when you're 20 years old, ya got no heart.
If you're not a conservative when you're 40 years old, ya got no brain.

Thanks for the comments Jim and jarasan!

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