Hamilton, Madison, and Jay

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Saturday, November 7, 2009

Health Care passes the House

IDIOTS!!! F*cking idiots! Thank you very much for screwing the American populace. Yes, I understand this has to go through the Senate,and things still have to be amended/changed/what have you, but we expected the House to hold the line. No, we get one idiot to vote along with this insanity!!!

What part of "unconstitutional" do you rubes not get? You don't have the authority to mandate this. You don't have the jurisdiction to force the American people into this plan.

Screw you and the horse you stole to ride in on.

I'll be among the first to tell you where you can pound sand.

You have a long way to go before this is said and done, and you have a long way before you see 60 votes for cloture in the Senate. And woe be to Harry Reid if he violates the rules to get Barry's seizure of the health care industry under the federal government's wing.

You @$$hats want a war? Well, like it or not, you got one. Push this on the American public, and I don't give you a plugged nickel for your worthless hides. 2010 will be fun throwing you out of office, be you Republican or Democrat, and have voted to strip this nation of its freedom and sovereignty.

I'll make it my personal goal in life.

Publius II

1 Comments:

Anonymous Diffus said...

I share your bring-it-on sentiments. What I'm trying to figure out is how to act on them. Does anyone seriously think that, if this becomes law, the Republicans will have the guts to change it if they ever regain a majority? How many people are willing to take on the IRS in protest? We're just fighting another losing defensive battle in a war we lost when we decided it was moral and constitutional to take wealth from people who have earned it and use it not for the common good, but for the benefit of individuals who did not earn it.

November 8, 2009 at 8:49 AM  

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