***Saw this on Facebook:
NEWSFLASH: Are Americans now living in a socialist police state where the Constitution of the United States and the rule of law don't matter...??? The law establishing the IRS does not grant the IRS the power and authority to enforce socialized medicine. The Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) was unconstitutionally originated (filed and passed) in the United States Senate, when it was a revenue (tax) bill that was required by the Constitution to originate in the U. S. House of Representatives. It was unconstitutionally passed outside of Constitutional Order and is therefore unconstitutional and unenforceable. The President of the United States has NO power or authority to enforce an unconstitutional law, just as he had no constitutional authority to make changes to the ACA after it was signed into law.
So, how come we're putting up with it? Oh yeah, because our president and his Democrat enablers don't CARE what the Constitution says.The Supreme Court should have struck Obamacare down when it had the chance, but John Roberts inexplicably saved it. If it is ever fully implemented, we'll be even more screwed than we are now.
The IRS is now set to hire and arm agents in order to enforce Obamacare. Saddle up, we're in for quite a ride.
"Under the law, the IRS will provide tax breaks and incentives to help pay for health insurance and impose penalties on some people who don't buy coverage and on some businesses that don't offer it to employees. The changes will require new regulations, forms and publications, new computer programs and a big new outreach program to explain it all to taxpayers and tax professionals."
Hope and Change! You Obama voters should be hanging your heads in shame.
***Well, I'm a little disappointed in Amazon.com.
***Good reviews for the 9-11 Museum.
“Everything in it says the real and physical does matter, and what happened on that day—the facts of it, the meaning of it, who did what and how, who survived and died—matters. It is a true history of the day and its aftermath. You see the ruined fire truck from Ladder Company 3. The helmet of a fireman. The red bandana that Welles Crowther, a young equities trader, wore when he lost his life saving others in the south tower. There are things picked from the debris like bullets from the field at Gettysburg: a woman’s purse, her eyeglasses, the shoes a man wore as he fled the collapse.”
***"Why does the USDA need machine guns?" Good question.
***Kerry agrees to testify on Benghazi attack. Oh, he must have gotten his talking points down pat. Why does he have a choice whether to testify, anyway?
***I watched Frozen the other evening, got it from Netflix. Meh, not on par with Disney's other offerings. There were some cute parts, like Olaf the snowman, but the rest of it was pretty average, in my opinion. Won't be buying that one.
***9 highly effective migraine treatments. I've never had problems with migraines, but I had an aunt who did. I felt so sorry for her, she would have to go to a completely dark, quiet bedroom to try to get over them.
Poet: Augustus Wright Bamberger
There's a part of the sun in the apple,
There's a part of the moon in a rose;
There's a part of the flaming Pleiades
In every leaf that grows.
Out of the vast comes nearness;
For the God whose love we sing
Lends a little of His heaven
To every living thing.
***8 emotional moments perfectly captured by a soldier's salute. These are neat.
God bless and protect our soldiers.
***“People sleep peaceably in their beds at night only because rough men stand ready to do violence on their behalf.”
― George Orwell
***Have a great day!