Saturday, October 29, 2011

Obama is Going Around Congress to Pass Portions of his Jobs Plan (NOT AN ASSIGNMENT!!!!)

I came across this article on Yahoo News about Obama's new dictatorship. He is bypassing Congress because they won't give him what he wants.
"We can no longer wait for Congress to do its job,' Obama said. "So where Congress won't act, I will."
If I'm not mistaken that's a dictatorship, Obama. He also said that Republicans in Congress 'aren't getting the message'. Maybe because they know a dictator when they see one.
There are numerous occasions where Obama has either walked out of debt talks or vetoed bills because he didn't get what he wants. He then turns around and blames Republicans, Bush, technology, a Japanese earthquake, and Ronald Reagan for all the country's heartache and sorrow.  And along with everything else, Obama believes that the Constitution is do you swear to uphold and protect the Constitution if you find it flawed?? You can promise to change the constitution if you find it flawed. You can promise to change the laws if they are flawed, but Mr. President your policies are flawed. Your polices do not work, have not worked, will not work. And if I remember correctly, Mr. President, you said if your polices do not work, you would be a one term president. Instead you just take your ball and go home cause you don't like how the other kids on the block play... tough titty said the kitty, but the milk's still good. All the other presidents had to operate within the boundaries of the law...what makes you any different? Why don't checks and balances apply to you? Why do you need more time???

Obama bypasses Congress
Constitution is Flawed
Obama Blames...
One Term President

Friday, October 28, 2011

Conclusive Long-Term Effects of Income Tax in the United States

Income tax makes up a large portion of tax revenue. However, it is a relatively new concept in terms of American history. There was no income tax law in the United States until 1862, where congress passed the first income tax law in order to help fund civil war efforts. The concept of income tax was only introduced in a time of war. However, income tax went in and out of effect through the years until 1913 when it became a permanent fixture in the United States Constitution; despite the fact that less than twenty years earlier the U.S. Supreme Court ruled income tax unconstitutional.  Up to that point, the national government relied on various sales taxes and the economy flourished under those circumstances.
The simple economics show us that in a hypothetical society where there is 100% income tax and everything is provided: people are less likely to work hard, create, invent, and innovate.  The lack of any one of these things could lead to a stunted economy.  On the other hand, consider a society where there is no income tax.  The more money that an average household has, the more goods they buy.  More goods production equals more job growth.  This is a constant cycle.  A true consumer based market allows room for innovation and change.  In the first society, the lack of a consumer based market, leaves no room for change.  The idea of this is how it has always been prevails.
With that in mind, with our high national unemployment rate, national debt situation, and failing economy; doesn't a national sales tax make more sense than income tax?  Coupled with stricter social assistance policies; a national sales tax would force our economy to bloom.  It would force the employable that are on social programs to get a job to produce goods to stimulate the economy. We could truly change the way things are.
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Monday, October 17, 2011

Jesse Jackson Jr., Constitution be Damned.....wait, what? (NOT AN ASSIGNMENT!!)

I found this article this morning and it really grinds my gears to hear an 'American' blatantly make ridiculous statements about our president, economy, and next year's election. So junior here, believes that Mr. Obama idealizes Abraham Lincoln; because he feels that Abraham Lincoln was fighting against states in rebellion, however Lincoln wasn't fighting states in rebellion he was fighting for human rights as he saw it from his religious viewpoint.
Junior also compares the congress now to the congress of Abe Lincoln's time AND that congress is now 'determined to wreck or ruin at all costs".
He believes in a 'direct hiring' of 15 million unemployed Americans at $40,000 a head which is some 600 billion dollars in a another stimulus plan. And then just another 104 billion to bail out the states...that brings it to 704 billion dollars so far. AND for ANOTHER 104 billion, we bail out the CITIES. At a cost of 808 BILLION we put to work 15 million people for the government.  He has already spent 11 trillion dollars on 'helping to stimulate the economy' and the economy is worse than it's EVER BEEN and Mr. Jackson thinks we should go around congress, our checks and balance system, and around the constitution.  But correct me if I'm wrong here, if Obama does that won't that make him a dictator??
Democrats will do anything to keep their precious "prodigy" in office....even Suspend elections.

Link to article: Mr. Jackson...are you for real?

Friday, October 14, 2011

Ron Paul calls out Hernam a gangster (NOT AN ASSIGNMENT!)

I came across this article the other day and it tickled me so much, I thought I'd share it with my fellow classmates. As many of you may know, the 2012 election is everywhere already and it's not even November 2011 yet. I have been watching the candidates and listening to what they are saying and at first, I will admit, I liked Herman Cain (BUT NOT AS MUCH AS RON PAUL). He seemed like a smart guy, until he started saying stuff like we shouldn't audit the federal reserve and "...everybody knows everything about the fed". And Ron Paul called him out about it at the debate. Of course Cain denied calling anyone "ignorant" and the such. So without further ado, here is a link to the article with the actual video. ENJOY!

LINK: Debate Video

FBI.....Frettin' the Small Stuff

I came across  Alex Jones' blog, for those of you who don't know he is a radio host/investigative journalist/documentary filmmaker in Austin. It is interesting because it talks about the U.S. government raiding and confiscating wood from India at the Gibson factories in Memphis and Nashville Tennessee. The FBI had a warrant based on IT'S INTERPRETATION of India's laws. Apparently, Gibson violated India's export law. So they raided the factories and took the "evidence". I think that the government is trying to deindustrialize us. With the list of 4,000 new regulations by the EPA (928 new regulations within the past two years), along with all the other hoops you have to jump through our country is going down in flames. We are pushing more and more for 'big government', but I don't think anyone actually realizes what that means. If you believe that "redistributing the wealth' is a good thing, well I hate to break it to ya but you're a socialist. This can't go on very much longer, America. We are losing our freedoms everyday and nobody cares.
Everyone has heard of Gibson and probably seen at least one of their guitars before. The types of wood Gibson uses is mahogany, spruce, maple and holly from Canada, the Pacific Northwest and the Northeast. Now I'm no wood connoisseur or anything like that, but my instinct tells me that you can't just take any ol' piece of wood and make a guitar out of it AND expect it to sound halfway decent. In the warehouse where the guitars are kept there are misters in the ceilings to keep the inside of the building at 45% humidity.
Now with all that said, it sounds to me like the government is going out of it's way to blast you in the butt anyway they can. They will force you to use lower quality materials whether it leaves your company screwed or not. If they can get you to go out of business, even better. The government is operating under the guise of 'helping us'; when they're really not. Here's some advice America: Great minds don't think alike, great minds think for themselves.

Link for article: Alex Jones
Link for resources I used:4,000 New EPA Regulations, Making a Gibson