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Friday, August 22, 2008

Jackasses vs. Elephants In Time Out

As media hype permiates our airwaves about the upcoming political conventions, I am reminding the reader about the one word that creates this process. TAXES!

In 1971, our federal legislators decided to annoint themselves self serving apprentice lobbyists in order to create the current blueprint of bi polar partisanship. In reality, this process very partially funds the Democrat and Republican muckrake by the U.S. taxpayer saying if he wants to place an almost worthless dollar in an earmarked campaign fund, he can do so.

A very well known fact is that our statist goverbment is subverting our economic means by sabotaging the global economy with federal debt. An unknown tid-bit of information is that the two major political parties receives federal funding, while lesser parties have to privately fund themselves on a shoe-string budget. By trying not to sound like a emotionally traumatized baby, the fact that the jackass and the elephant sitting in timeout, has attained a higher value.

Under natural law, we the people demand not to be obliged to pay for this taxation with partial representation.


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Wednesday, August 13, 2008

Say No To Guns & Butter

While I denounce the Russia's current empire building policies in the breakaway republics of Chechnya and Georgia, George Bush's omni-potent guns and butter foreign policies is certainly bad news.

As I am electronically etching words onto the world wide web, U.S. troops are distributing food inside Georgia. In the meantime, Russian troops are continuing to march throughout this country. Russians and Americans possible might end up clashing despite the fact that many look upon this action as a good intentioned. In reality, by allocating these resources, we are giving the stamp of approval for implimenting another form of welfare.

By being entangled in another nation's alliances [such as Georgia], the United States is overextending our already vastly depleted economic system. In order to deliver an international handout, the Federal Reserve System prints money out of the thin air, which in turn creates more inflation as each dollar is printed. Additionally, money which is originally meant to be streamed to domestic infrastructure projects, ends up being distributed for naton building.

Yes. crooked Putnam still holds the reins of Russia in the style of the 1968 U.S.S.R, getting ready to invade Chzecoslovakia. Once agin, the age old question is "What are we to do?" For starters, we ought to promote free trade and diplomacy.

Wikipedia : Georgia Profile

Russian Georgia Conflict


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Monday, August 4, 2008

Indefinate High Tech Detention

In the past few hot days of this unbearable summer, the omnipotent Homeland Security guru, Michael Chertoff, has announced that laptops are fare game for this government department to hold indefinately in detention at United States borders. The good news is that this institution is well armed and protected to keep their employess busy, but the bad news is that this new gameplan is unconstitutional.

The problem with this newest DHS order is that it break's the Fourth Amendment of the Constitution, "The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized."

By allowing the government to give the okay for authorities to steal items and not giving them back to travelers has travelled beyond the path of being unconstitutional. It is simply illegal.

DHS Document
Washington Post Article

View Engel/Paul “Securing Our Borders and Our Data Act”


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