Monday, March 30, 2009

How Many Ways Can We Shred the Constitution?

Good news, America! The government is now able to hire and fire CEO's of private businesses. Barack Obama asked, forced, requested (whatever) the CEO of GM to step down from his position. Having accepted bailout money from the federal government made it kind of hard to say 'no'. This should be a lesson to all of us: if we want government telling us how to live our lives and controlling our movements, let them implement more social programs, universal healthcare, public education with our money. They then can use our own money against us by forcing us to accept their unwanted assistance (as in G.I.V.E. which will enable forced service by American youth), or they can refuse needed assistance like healthcare by telling us we're too old for the cost of the help.

Again, we'd like to thank all those people who voted for Barack Obama -- that was a sarcastic statement, just in case some Obama supporters were confused.

Here's more good news: it's possible the Emergency Economic Stabilization Act of 2008 (EESA) is unconstitutional.

1 comment:

Deanna said...

E.W. you have a real talent for writing this political stuff. I don't understand it half the time, let a lone write about it. Do you do writing under a hidden name some where. Thanks for sharing with us. I sooooo want to send this blog to my liberal University of Utah son-in-law, but I want to keep peace in the family, so I will be kind. Love you, and have a good week. Deanna