By Frosty Wooldridge
Over three years ago, purported citizen Barack Obama raised his right hand while swearing to uphold the United States Constitution. Along with him 100 senators and 435 representatives in Congress swore on the Bible to “defend and protect” America as a sovereign nation and to uphold the rule of law in America.
They did not and they are not.
They participate in criminal neglect against the citizens of the United States of America.
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Most people — including people who favor what they call “gun control” — would probably not support the idea of fitting all cars with speed governors. But why? Isn’t the principle exactly the same?
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Please explain why John Boehner, or any other responsible conservative will not step in front of a gaggle of reporters and say quite simply, “If you want the kind of government President Obama and his party want to deliver then be prepared to allow them to skim about half of your paycheck off the top. It doesn’t matter how much money you make! If you have a job, you will pay.”
Senator Rand Paul was on with Greta Van Susteren to discuss the current fiscal crisis in Washington DC. Paul told Greta, “I would raise the debt ceiling on one condition and that would be a balanced budget amendment to the Constitution. Barring that, people in Congress, those who I’ve met up here they don’t deserve to manage any more money. They’re doing a bad job managing the money they have. We should not send them any more money. They’re not to be trusted with money.
It seems that no aspect of American life can escape government regulation. In the past year, regulators drafted rules that addressed everything from caloric intake to dishwasher efficiency.
Most of these rules increase the cost of living, others hinder job creation, and many erode freedom. Not all regulations are unwarranted, of course, but increasingly, the rules imposed by the government have less to do with health and safety and more to do with whether government or individuals get to make basic pocketbook and lifestyle decisions that affect them. And it is not just the regulators who are to blame. Congress writes laws that give unelected bureaucrats the broad powers they wield.
Today we bring you 10 of the worst regulations from 2012:
Even NBC has noticed that under the Obama regime, border security is a sick joke:
Not to worry, our liberal overlords have a fix. They would like to take away the Chiltons’ guns.
Unsanitary practices in the Fremont clinic led to hepatitis C infections in at least 99 patients, several of whom died.” But it was all “Islamophobia,” don’t you see? After fleeing the country to avoid prosecution, “in Pakistan, Javed became a public health official and reportedly blamed the situation in Nebraska on anti-Muslim sentiment.”