Monthly Archives: October 2013

The Agenda From Hell

Today I received a  “broadcast” letter from a business colleague and friend, full of heartfelt disgust and some anger about his insurance company canceling his family’s good insurance policy he had before the ACA intrusion. To renew a similar policy under the new rules, he will have to pay $775 MORE per month. This is just the tip of the dirty iceberg,  the monstrosity passed by congressional parliamentary malpractice under Nancy Pelosi and Harry Reid, under the Director of Fundamental Transformation Surgery, President Barack Hussein Obama. It’s not only Republicans, Libertarians, and Tea Party Patriots speaking of this monumental disaster occurring. People on all sides of the political polygon are complaining.

This political treachery cuts deep into our social psyche, beginning with the economics of the home and family. The socialist utopians in all three branches of US government, including many Republicans In Name Only, found a way to destroy a marketplace, putting the IRS in charge of fines and taxes for not buying/providing a medical insurance product regardless of higher price to many. This is perhaps worse than taxation without representation, for this is suppression by incompetent representation. The Supreme Court had to resort to unusual language in excusing it as a constitutional tax law. Remarkable and legendary, perhaps infamous. Furthermore, this obscenity is damaging the free market economy with devastating effects on citizens, employers, medical practitioners, and insurance companies, causing severe disruption in the jobs market.

This President and his supporters punctured the aorta of the nation’s medical practice with federal penalties for breaking the rules in a nightmare of rationed care and marketplace interference not well understood and not wanted by the majority of citizens. The website is looking more like a data-mining function than anything it was said to be, and that was prevarication at best. ObamaCare supporters may then blame private enterprise and “evil Republicans” or “Tea Party patriots” for the inevitable failure of acceptance of this stupid law. The administration will start the chant for single-payer government insurance as the solution. If the administrations from here forward continue to destroy private enterprise and the insanity of federal spending does not stop, the federal government could really become technically insolvent. How is the government going to pay for good medical care? At present, we have a bureaucracy that does not adhere to simple budgeting and worse in the long term, it is killing the goose that lays the golden eggs, the individual enterprising spirit, and legitimate taxation!

Rather than provide steering dialog among regulators, insurance industry, medical industry, patients, pharmaceutical industry, and practitioners of health and wellness to improve any so-called inequities in the health care marketplace, this group of legislators under an imperialistic president have made it worse with their divisive, even derisive language and politics. They accuse their opposition of doing what they do in reality. Many are appalled by the overwhelming changes in privacy rights, purchase choices, medical and economic well being for themselves and their progeny. Though this encroachment started long before Obama, it has become viral under his agenda. His incessant inflammatory language against those who peacefully and constitutionally oppose him and his agenda, are dividing a nation that needs cohesiveness to weather major storms, including national security and safety,  and other legitimate functions of government.

Everyone should read, or at least become aware of a playbook being used to force feed us socialistic initiatives in DC now.  Rules For Radicals  by Saul Alinsky is a rulebook President Obama has referred to, with Alinsky’s principles as a key.

Alinsky in a famous paragraph says: “Lest we forget at least an over-the-shoulder acknowledgment to the very first radical from all our legends, mythology, and history (and who is to know where mythology leaves off and history begins — or which is which), the first radical known to man who rebelled against the establishment and did it so effectively that he at least won his own kingdom — Lucifer.”

While prominent politicians and media pushing the President’s radical agenda suggest their opposition is “evil”, or “terroristic”,  their own strategy comes from a communist-Marxist  who acknowledges Lucifer as a primary inspiration. This may put things in perspective.



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Cruz and Crowley: A Senator’s Sunday Sermon

It’s no wonder old-guard Republicans and Democrats are carping at Cruz, for he blows their cover in the re-election game priority over the people’s will. The son of a Cuban refugee, he understands the benefits of power balance, as well as the insensitivity and eventual horror of a tyranny.

How refreshing to hear a senator  “telling it like it is” in DC! It’s also comforting to see this knowledge and experience in  constitutional law, including a number of arguments at the Supreme Court level. He does not lose his place in the chaos of the political power play. A polite empathy toward his adversaries balances a firm stance against anything unconstitutional. His 21+ hour eloquent dissertation on the Senate floor last week has received much misrepresentation by his opponents, some of it unduly unkind. It was one of the most inspiring and elegantly scripted presentations. It provided appropriate perspective to the forceful and unconstitutional takeover of the private health care system with terrible consequences in many dimensions for the nation.

Sunday morning saw Senator Cruz, a constitutional conservative Republican, on CNN with Candy Crowley. Many a guest gets bloodied with Candy’s un-sweet flair for innuendo and 3rd party vitriol. She’s a master. Senator Cruz skillfully deflected her rapid sword-swipes of soap-opera politics and personality, thrusting the focus back to the USA economy and health. He also defended the wishes of the people and reminded the nation watching CNN of the constitutional intent in a bicameral legislature and the responsibilities of the people’s House of Representatives. Senator Reid’s rants have been rather blatant in denial of House Republican bona fides.

Back to the fencing match, Cruz deftly flipped the sword from her hand as time was running out. With a classy touche’ he offered a symbolic rose for Crowley’s colleague, CNN reporter Dana Bash. For any who missed it, Dana asked a simple and appropriate political question that unmasked Senator Harry Reid’s bitterness, a shameful display. He railed against a bill from the House funding NIH children’s cancer research trials.  For colleagues on both sides of the aisle, it reveals a distasteful and astonishing disdain, with illogic of putting pure political power above human caring.  The interview ended as Ms. Crowley showed some humor about Dana Bash’s stalwart tenacity. Cruz made great points, and the aforementioned insults were allayed for the weekend. 

In this idealogical and political war for our survival as a constitutional republic, I predict Senator Cruz will have more successful sword-play in the DC arena.

See the 17 minute CNN interview here.


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