Archive for March, 2010

It’s a mad, mad, mad,mad,mad government!

March 25, 2010 Leave a comment

Taking the Tenth

The Last Hope

March 19, 2010

Washington is out of control. It does as it likes, without restraint. It spends American money and American lives to fight remote wars for which it cannot provide a plausible reason. It determines what our children will be taught, who we can hire and fire, to whom we can sell our houses, whether we can defend ourselves, even what names we can call each other. The feds read our email and track the web sites we visit, make us hop around barefoot in airports at the command of surly unaccountable rentacops. They search us at random in train stations without even a pretense of probable cause. We have no influence over them, no way of resisting.
Except, perhaps, to ignore them.
Washington has learned to insulate itself from interference by the population. Huge impenetrable bureaucracies beyond public control make regulations that amount to laws, spending God knows how much money to do God knows what for the benefit of the interest groups that run the government. These bureaucrats cannot be fired and usually cannot be named. Congress, like the bureaucracies, serves not the United States but the big lobbies. The looters of Wall Street wreck the lives of millions, and get millions in bonuses for doing it instead of the end of a rope.

Further, the federal government simply doesn’t work. It is clogged up, constipated, gridlocked, using antiquated technology to do badly things it ought to do and things it oughtn’t. In large part this is because federal hiring rests on the desires of racist and feminist lobbies instead of suitability for the work to be done. Whole departments—HUD, Education—do much harm and little good. IRS is ruthless, incompetent, and unaccountable, the tax laws burdensome and crafted for the benefit of special interests and of Washington. I can change my address with my bank online in five minutes and know that it has been done; IRS requires a paper form and six to eight weeks to effect the change, and you don’t know whether it has been done. The goons of TSA leer at our daughters with their porno=scanners. The VA can easily take six months to provide a veteran’s records, when it could be done online in five seconds. The Pentagon spends a trillion a year, precious little of which has anything to do with defending America, but can’t defeat a small group of badly outnumbered men armed with rifles and RPGs; the intelligence agencies were unable to warn them of the prospect.
The government doesn’t work. It is broken. It can’t be fixed. It can’t be fixed because only those within it could, and their interest lies in not fixing it.
The only remedy short of armed rebellion is civil disobedience at the level of the states. Clear constitutional justification for refusal to obey Washington lies in the Tenth Amendment:
“The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.”
A great many states now begin to do a great many things counter to Washington’s wishes. I think it wise to keep resistance within the framework of the Constitution, but the entire question comes down to a blunt truth: No law extends beyond the lawmaker’s power to enforce it. Congress can pass a law against gravitation, but can’t prevent things from falling when released from a height. The federal government made alcohol illegal but, in the face of massive public disregard, couldn’t make it stick.
What happens if, as may happen, California legalizes marijuana—not just for contrived medical purposes, but legalizes it, period? I search in vain for the Marijuana Clause in the Constitution. The feds do not have the manpower to enforce federal laws within California without the help of the police of California. What happens if a state passes a law saying that its citizens cannot be forced to buy health insurance? What can Washington do? It can persecute individuals, but a state, or thirty states, are another thing. The FBI can arrest any one person, but it cannot arrest Wyoming.
Much depends on how sick people really are of the ever-growing thicket of laws, regulation, imposed political correctness, surveillance, and having to live according to the dictates of remote elites with whom they have nothing in common.
At bottom, Washington’s power is economic. The feds rely for control on taxing money from the states and giving some of it back in exchange for obedience. They cannot arrest Wyoming, but they can deny it federal highway funds. This technique provides de facto control over everything from kindergarten to MIT.
Now, if Idaho passes a law (I’m making this up) saying that no restrictions on the ownership of guns will be enforced within the state, Washington might choose discretion over valor and ignore it. Legalizing marijuana, however, or refusing to accept compulsory medical care, would be a direct if not necessarily intentional challenge to the power of the central government. The feds could not afford to let either of these things slide. The danger of the precedent to the grip of the governing classes would be too great. A deadly serious confrontation would ensue.
What could, or would, the federal government do in response to defiance? Send the Marines to occupy Sacramento? Or the FBI to arrest Arnold and the legislature of California?
Or cut off California’s financial water? No bailout for the state’s tottering economy, no more fat subsidies to the universities, and so on?
The question is how ugly might things get. Washington may be able to make the states back down. It may not. The peril for the feds is that it might occur to the states that, while they get their money from Washington, Washington gets its money from the states. The central government depends absolutely on the states, whereas the states would get along swimmingly without the current central government.
How tired are Americans of a dysfunctional, oppressive Washington, unconcerned for its citizens, unaccountable and tending fast toward the totalitarian, that sprawls across the continent like an armed leech of malign intent? That is the question. The first time a populous states says “No,” if such a state ever does, we will get the answer. The United States has been free, prosperous, and reasonably well governed for a long time. It no longer is. Things go downward, within and without.
Nothing lasts, change comes, and things break. We shall see. Give it five years.

Health Care Reform = Chains You Can Believe In

March 23, 2010 Leave a comment

None of the following has anything whatsoever to do with improving one’s health care, but it does have everything to do with population control.

Are you impressed how the Democrats managed to create two new entitlement programs and yet still decrease the deficit with their healthcare bill?
At least, that is what they claim. But anyone with an ounce of brains knows that this is simply too good to be true. So considering all of the gimmicks and new taxes, The Heritage Foundation (provided very clear summary, but not this bloggers favorite news stop) sums up what America will look like in the aftermath of Obamacare.

A Massively Engorged Government, to the tune of $2.5 trillion in new entitlement spending. According to the Congressional Budget Office (CBO), new entitlement spending in the plan would cost $216 billion by 2019, then increase by 8 percent every year thereafter.

A Cornhusker Kickback for All. No, special deals aren’t removed from Obamacare this time around. Instead, the House bill extends new federal funding for Medicaid to all states. Incidentally, you’re paying for it.

A Freight train of taxes, slamming the American people in 2018. You’ve heard of the “Cadillac” tax on high-cost insurance plans? It will be pushed back to 2018, and given the way “high-cost” plans will be defined, a large segment of the middle class would get hit with the tax over time.

Beware the shape-shifting tax monster. New taxes will take many forms, including taxes on prescription drugs, medical devices (like wheel chairs), and health insurance.

Unconstitutional mandates, courtesy of Congress. Don’t want to buy health insurance? Congress will penalize you if you don’t, regardless of income.

Lock your back door. Higher health care costs will be sneaking in. The plan gives subsidies to low-to-moderate wage families, but the subsidies will increase at a lower rate than the rate at which premiums increase. In other words, those families will pay more every year.

Lights out for small businesses? Companies that hire certain low-income Americans will have to pay $3,000 per employee, per year, even if the company offers insurance. Oh, and if a company employs 50 or more workers, they’ll face higher tax penalties to the tune of $2,000 per full-time employee.

Abortions. You will pay for them, like it or not. The House bill includes major funding for community health centers with no restrictions on federal taxpayer funding of abortions. (Supposedly to be undone by Obama’s executive order he has promised to issue after healthcare reform is law).

Want to play the stock market? Maybe not, after you hear this.slaps a 3.8% tax on investment income. The House bill

It’s not a federal system, after all. States will have less power. They’ll no longer have authority to regulate health care premiums. Instead, the federal government will take on the job. States and local governments won’t be able to control their own employee health plans; they’ll have to abide by new federal regulations.

I ripped this story from

Birdsteins of a feather

March 23, 2010 Leave a comment

This must be one of those “good Jews” the republicans keep telling me about.
More open-immigration advocacy from the people who segregate in their own nation.

Exterminate White People

March 22, 2010 2 comments

I know this is old news, but none the less still amazing.

His words aren’t really what is amazing to me. In fact I don’t care if he shouts “kill, kill, kill, the white man” everywhere he goes.

The shocking part is the forums that this guy receives. He speaks at colleges. He is a professor.
Additionally this guy skimmed through the left and right media un-scathed.

“…….coming up with the one idea. And the one idea is, how we are going to exterminate white people, because that in my estimation is the only conclusion I have come to. We have to exterminate white people off the face of the planet to solve this problem.” – Dr. Kamau Kambon (aka Leroy Jefferson)

You have got to be kidding me.

Watch the clip just to make sure you remember who you are and who you should strive to protect.

Light Hearted Fun

March 19, 2010 Leave a comment

Remember the old days when men were men.
Blow it in her face.

What comes around, goes around

March 19, 2010 1 comment

I just recently received a phone call from a former co-worker who is active in the military. He has just returned from spending six months in Afghanistan. He had some very interesting tales to share with me, concerning the situation over there. It seems the Afghans are diminutive in size, so some of the U.S. soldiers have made it a hobby of punching them out. He also reveled in the story of how the Afghan children run after the transport trucks carrying U.S. soldiers, hoping possibly that the soldiers will toss them some item of sustenance in their war-torn country. He said the soldiers would instead fill empty soda bottles with urine and fling them out to the pack of kids and watch them fight over it. He says these pastimes are common practice in Iraq, also.

I am not passing judgment here. War desensitizes. But It does lead one to wonder this; in that flock of Afghan or Iraqi children, could a leader of the Muslim world be born, uniting its followers around the globe, who number over a billion and a half?

It’s time to end these wars. We have become the proxy army for Israel and its powerful lobbying groups here in the United States. Our military men are being killed, maimed and desensitized, just to appease Jewish interests. Take back your country America, before someone bred on indignation and cruelty is tossing you those soda bottles filled with more than just contempt.

Viva La’ Free Range!

March 16, 2010 Leave a comment

Immigrants are avoiding the cities a new study shows. Making their way to other area’s for more opportunities to destroy communities and milk the system.

While politicians have rallied around the cry of immigration control, very little has actually been done. A lot of talk and the same old promises of change and stricter laws.

It’s a scary thought having no where left to run, being highly outnumbered by a people that do not respect you or your culture. And that is exactly what future generations will face, our children and grandchildren. Who knows what America’s new residents has in store for them? If it’s anything like today’s inner cities, it wont be pretty.

Today’s average White person just doesn’t seem to realize the real danger this imposes. Or perhaps they still believe their elected officials? It is in this blogger’s opinion that the glass is already half empty and there certainly appears to be no shortage of immigrants to finish it off.