The Sovietization of America: It’s Over

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In what can only be termed the greatest abandonment of our Constitution by a sitting Supreme Court, the Affordable Care Act was upheld.  This decision heralds the end of the Constitutional Republic, the rule of law, and the American way of life.  This decision is a treason against the Constitution, the American people, and the entire notion of liberty that had enabled our national development and prosperity.  No American is safe from government, under any conceivable circumstance, and none should falsely believe that they might find relief at the bar of justice in the United States any longer.  This decision announces a new form of anarchy, whereby the officials of government have become participants in lawless behavior, ruling in contravention of the founding supreme law of the land, while carrying on a grotesque charade by which they pretend to have followed a law that does not and has never existed.  The Supreme Court has upheld the mandate as a tax.

Chief Justice John Roberts has betrayed the Constitution.  At least he’ll be popular on the cocktail party circuit.

To understand what has happened, the individual mandate has been defeated as a command to individuals, but not as a tax on individuals.  In other words, the court has held that the mandate is a tax that can be levied on individuals, but individuals cannot be forced to buy health insurance.  Put another way, the Supreme Court has said that while you cannot be forced to purchase health insurance, but that you can be forced to pay more (extra) taxes if you do not.

The entire healthcare bill has otherwise been upheld.

In short, the country is dead.  They can force you to pay a tax for failing to purchase bubble-gum.  They can do anything they like.  Congress and the President can enact any law they please. You are now slaves, completely.  It’s time to become accustomed to it, and I am hearing conservatives who are surrendering even on the concept of repeal.

Rampage, or whimper? I suspect most will choose the latter.

I reject this opinion.  I reject this court.  I reject the entirety of this anarchical government.

 

 

 

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  • the unit

    This was passed as law with penalties for not obeying.  Not a tax bill, even heard the proponents say it should have been.  Not even sure Solicitor General defended it as a tax bill in March, not much really from him.  But like the first chief justice arguing with Jefferson…”the law is what we say it is.”  Another …depends on what is is, I guess.

  • Heyjudeop

    Whimper? No, revolution.

  • http://twitter.com/camarocowboy Camaro Cowboy

    This just verifies that even if you just want to vote for Mitt because he will nominate conservative justices, that doesn’t matter. I LOUDLY said many times when people like Laura Ingraham has said we have to vote for Mitt, because he will nominate conservative Justices, I argued “what about SOUTER!” Mitt just said that he will repeal Obamacare and REPLACE it! He also said we have to find a way to get everyone healthcare! Romney has LIED many times before and he is LYING now! IT”S OVER!

    • the unit

      Supreme Court also ruled today on lying.  Stolen Valor Act.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Thomas-Dixon/1649923542 Thomas Dixon

    When, in the course of affirming one’s oath to uphold and defend the Constitution of the United States of America, officers appointed over us issue immoral or unjust orders, it is our right, nay it is our duty, to refuse to obey or carry out those orders; but, rather, to reach to the higher power upon which this nation was founded and be true to our citizenry and brothers. So help me, God!

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Thomas-Dixon/1649923542 Thomas Dixon

    When, in the course of affirming one’s oath to uphold and defend the Constitution of the United States of America, officers appointed over us issue immoral or unjust orders, it is our right, nay it is our duty, to refuse to obey or carry out those orders; but, rather, to reach to the higher power upon which this nation was founded and be true to our citizenry and brothers. So help me, God!

  • the unit

    Ok…I’ll get out of my system now.  It ain’t over til the fat lady sings (yeah, fat is outlawed).  Even where Attila the Hun’s cavalry and marauders invaded from China to Italy, folks endured.  Although that part of the world is in turmoil for sure.  But it ain’t over…locally we say…about high school coach…ain’t over ” ’til the fat man spits.”  The Constitution is not the southern possum…”a flat animal that sleeps in the road.”  But for the time being…guess I like broccolli,even if George H. W. didn’t. Bye the way…it is said Attila drowned in his own vomit.  Medical alert warning to left, whomever one can name in that group.

  • Texmom

    No whimpering here. I’m not done.

  • Kathie

    I reject the notion that it is “over”. For gosh sakes, Mark, when has our liberty, or our republic, ever resided in our politicians? They reside in us, the people. The only time I’m afraid is when I hear Americans talking like they’re going to bow their heads, fold their hands, and climb into the cattle cars. If  we’ve learned anything from the illegal immigration fiasco, it’s that our government won’t enforce laws if people persistently defy them. All three branches of government have done something very dangerous to themselves: they’ve placed the authority of their offices as an obstacle between us and our rights. They think we law-abiding citizens will stay penned in. I think they are going to get trampled.

  • Stand Taker

    America dies when patriots breathe their last breath.

    There are millions of us still out here, alive and kicking.

    We will not surrender to tyranny.

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