Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Abortion, Guns and Money...

It gets intresting over there on Maggies Farm:

"I can bear arms - and do a million other things that aren't listed. But that doesn't mean that the government should buy me guns. So the question of who pays is another issue entirely. Insurance plans vary widely in the elective things they cover. Most people prefer less expensive plans which do not cover elective procedures, and clearly most people do not want to pay for other peoples' elective abortions.
They don't want to pay for other peoples' IVF either."

Sunday, November 8, 2009

Hellth Care Passes House

It sqeaked by with two votes in the house and Pelosi was ea to ear grins, (somebody make a joker face out of that grin) on A Saturday night. I was switching between that and the FSU Clemson Game. Now on to the Senate which will be more difficult, let hope.

Saturday, November 7, 2009

Marc Levin on the Health Care

Truly Hellth Care

The proposed Hellth care bill mandates that if you don't pay Hellth Care, you can be fined, punished with a felonly and serve up to five years..........
Doesn't sound like freedom to me.....
Excerpts from House Ways and Means Committee Member Dave Camp (R-MI) letter from the Joint Committee on Taxation pinpointing this in the Helath Care bill can be found at

Friday, November 6, 2009

Rally Agasint Obama Care

Thanks to Minnesota Rep. Michele Bachman for organizing this
Here's Jon Voight there

Thursday, November 5, 2009

Sen. Burris Cites Unwritten Constitutional 'Health' Provision to Justify Forcing Americans to Buy Health Insurance

Senator Burris claims that the federal gubment is authorized to provide for the health, welfare and defense of our where????

Read the article at CNS

Even though he may of been referring to the oft abused and taken advantage of term "general welfare", that term is in the preamble, you know the introductory, not int the meat of the matter, which asks the question in itself how come this term "general welfare" been so abused by our federal government and the entitlement crowd???........

Friday, October 30, 2009

The Constitutionality of Czars????

"Last week's announcement that "Pay Czar" Kenneth Feinberg slashed compensation for executives at seven large financial firms by an average of 50% stunned Wall Street, stoked the fires of populist resentment, and troubled economists. Will this government-mandated pay cut drive the most talented professionals away from these companies, endangering their recovery? Does it augur further politicization of economic decisions?"

Read the whole article @