Howard Dean is in fact a Marxist-sociopathic moron and has ne earthly idea what the United States Constitution says about anything. Or, he does and he wants it to vanish.
So, let's look at the communist plots against this nation.
The first thing one needs to know is The List of 45. In this list, one will find the major plots that the communists have started in this Natoin and those that started it are in the educational system of this Nation. Now, the NEA is all about taking over American society through the "public schools" which, by the way, are unconstitutional. Parents are the ones that need to be teaching their children and not turning tham over to the "teachers". However, that's a whole other story and we will get into that in a later post or read about past posts on the NEA targets.
Knowing all about the List of 45, one can understand the following:
Ten years ago, in the final pages of a collection of his selected writings, Cornel West gave readers a look at the work he had in progress, or at least in mind, for the years ahead. One would be “a major treatment of African-American literature and modern Greek literature.” Another was “a meditation on Chekhov and Coltrane that delves into the distinctive conceptions of the tragic in American civilization and of the comic in Russian civilization.” He would be writing an intellectual autobiography “modeled on black musical forms.” Nor had he given up on plans to complete a study of David Hume. There would also be a book on Josiah Royce. [...]
What about this one?
Most of the energy in the Senate right now is being directed into a mad rush for compromise proposals on the public option. This reflects the sense that the right compromise on the public option is a compromised public option. That's true to an extent, but you can define the public option so far downward -- a state-based, opt-in, trigger-dependent, nonprofit option, for instance, is seriously under consideration right now -- that you'd be better off trading it away for something that's more meaningful. [...]
The two pieces above are all about The List of 45. Ezra says that the United States COnstitution wants a "public option" wherfe that option is not within the USC. As a matter of fact, there are no federal health care issues within the USC so every single fedeal involvement is in fact unconstitutional. So what's up? Just because we have illegal laws does this mean we are stuck with them or do we need peple of stones need to change it all? I say change it all and put Congress back into their proper places of leadership and not making us all subjects.
This is from Ayn Rand...
[...] We are not a capitalist system any longer: we are a mixed economy, i.e. a mixture of capitalism and statism, of freedom and controls. A mixed economy is a country in the process of disintegration, a civil war of pressure-groups looting and devouring one another. Ayn Rand "The Obliteration of Capitalism," CUI, 1985 - The Ayn Rand Lexicon, page 300) [...]
[...] "A mixed economy has to reach the day when it faces a final crossroad: either the private sector regains its freedom and starts rebuilding, or it gives up and lets the absolute state take over the shambles ["A preview" ARL, I, 23, 4] [...]
[...] In a controlled (or mixed) economy, a legislator's job consists in sacrificing some men to others. No matter what choice he makes, no choice of this kind can be morally justified (and never has been).
You have seen, within the span of the last few years, that controls breed more controls, and that the proliferation of controls breeds the proliferation of pressure groups. Today, you see political manipulators setting up new conflicts, such as ethnic minorities against the majority, the young against the old, the old against the middle, women against men, even welfare-recipients against the self-supporting. Openly and cynically these groups clamor for "a bigger slice of the pie" (which you have to bake). [The Principal and the Principles, ARL. II, 21, 3]. [...]
The Leftinistra in this Nation are in dire straights with the United States Constitution being discussed in open forums. Congress Critters give answers like, "WHAT? Are you kidding me?", type of discussions about the USC. Congress cares nothing about the Founding Document except when it is a confidence item like Harry Reid likes to use. He has stated nothing about federal health care under the constitution and this is in the List of 45.
What about this one?
Now, why is it that the Leftinistra want to shut everyoiine up that "treats them badly" by discussing the Constitution? Sounds like the List of 45 to me.
I recently received a direct mail fundraising appeal from the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee (DSCC) that contained a premium (direct mail term for ‘freebie'). The letter was signed by Senator John Kerry. The premium was a flexible magnet, the type people put on their refrigerators and such.
The magnet read: STAND FOR CHANGE -- SILENCE GOP LIES -- www.dscc.org.
I've never received a fundraising appeal that expressly urged censorship, even from any group not officially affiliated with a national political party. To urge that anyone be "silenced" is a call for censorship. If challenged, the DSCC will assuredly claim their message is merely that Republicans shouldn't lie (and, of course, Democrats tell the truth). [...]
Now, why would a political party demand that we "silence the competition"? Sounds like the List of 45 to me.
[...] Clearly the Democrats over estimated the political capital they had after last years election. The country may have wanted hope and change, but not one that included the idea of big intrusive government. The Democrats have gone too far left too fast, and voters are on the verge of making them pay the price of this arrogance in 2010. [END]
The number of Americans identifying themselves as Democrats fell by nearly two percentage points in November. Added to declines earlier in the year, the number of Democrats in the nation has fallen by five percentage points during 2009.
In November, 36.0% of American adults said they were Democrats. That’s down from 37.8% a month ago and the lowest number of Democrats since December 2005. See the History of Party Trends from January 2004 to the present.
The number of Republicans inched up by just over a point in November to 33.1%. That’s within the narrow range that Republicans have experienced throughout 2009 - from a low of 31.9% to a high of 33.6%.
The number of adults not affiliated with either party grew half a point last month to 30.8%.
Despite the changes, there are still more Democrats than Republicans in the nation. But the gap is down to 2.9 percentage points, the smallest since December 2007. [...]
The Marxist-sociopaths are at war with this Nation but their numbers are falling off the flat-earth planet they have come to believe in and created. The Leftinistra know nothing between right v wrong because all is all and we are all. So, anyone that disagrees with them, they must be silenced. That doesn't sound all "fair and good", does it?
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