Friday, June 22, 2012

The Larger TEA Party Challenge

Although it begins with electing people who understand that the REAL role of the Feds (and States) is to adhere to their respective Constitutions, the far-larger and more difficult agenda will be to weed the administrative-State garden after about 100 years of neglect.

So yesterday I teed off on Nancy Pelosi’s ridiculous explanation for her 2010 remark about Obamacare that “we have to pass the bill so that you can find out what is in it, away from the fog of controversy.”  She was far from the only liberal who said this, recognizing the inner truth of what it reveals to us about how we are actually governed by unelected, unaccountable bureaucrats rather than elected representatives.  Sen. Christopher Dodd said of his equally egregious Dodd-Frank Act; “No one will know until this is actually in place how it works.”

Indeed, Dodd-Frank is as unconstitutional as Obamacare, and it is likewise heading for a Supreme Court challenge on grounds that it violates what still remains of the separation of powers. ..

Were it only ObozoCare and Dodd-Frank!  Zillions have been confiscated spent on EPA regs which are tinged with insanity, and zillions more will be spent to replace coal as a fuel in this country.

Should we mention DDT, too?  How about lightbulbs?

The NLRB, Homeland ihre papiere, bitte "Security" granny-grabs, grossly offensive 'Commerce Clause' power-grabs, the attack on Catholics, and the blatant and continual autocratic re-writes of "WE don't obey the steeenkin' laws" by the current (and some past) AG's are all symptomatic of the real problem:  Statism.

That, my friends, will be remedied in one of two ways:  either dropping Agent Orange on the weeds, or the even more difficult:  revolt.

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