Codger on Politics

Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Democrats are pro terrorist, Anti Israel

Democrats are pro terrorist, Anti Israel

"" The United States is not yet down to one pro-Israel party. But the seepage among Democrats continues. At the 2012 Democratic convention, a fight erupted over the deletion from the party's platform of standard language acknowledging Jerusalem as Israel's capital. It took an order from the White House to restore the pro-Israel clause, and even then it had to be gaveled through over the vocal opposition of half the convention delegates.""

Not the mainline Democrats, but the self appointed progressive elite. How can they be so blind. Some are truly Anti American, anti-constitution, and contemptuous of the american way. Some are conformists, deriving their feeling of worth from the supposed moral high ground.

Unfortunately, they are all self deceiving.

I Agree, Democrats should fall on their Swords

I Agree, Democrats should fall on their Swords

It is the right thing

""give (temporary, paid-for) shelter to these kids are the ones acting like public servants. As the writer Sonia Nazario has pointed out, we expect countries next to ravaged places like Syria to absorb millions, not thousands, of immigrant refugees. The parallel isn't exact: Gang violence, however bad, isn't the same as full-out war. But the demands being placed on the U.S. aren't the same, either. Spread among the 50 states, these children are surely manageable. If you live in a blue state and you've ever shaken your head over anti-immigrant sentiment in the red states at the border, this is your moment. Tell your local and state leaders to be brave.""

Except we know that the whole thing is a democrat inspired scheme to disrupt the order in this country, to help them accumulate more power in the federal government. It is a heartless ploy causing untold misery and death. The Democrats are condoning rape and murder to feather their own nests.

The useful idiots of the Democrat mainstream are being used to help Obama loot the treasury for the benefit of himself and corporate cronies.

Monday, July 21, 2014

Dem Are Against Religion, But They Don't Want You

Dem Are Against Religion, But They Don't Want You To Know

""The religious exemption debate has now been polarized to the point where people are saying, 'All or nothing,'" said Lanae Erickson Hatalsky, director of social policy for the center-left think tank Third Way, whose research and activism on gay marriage have been instrumental to that cause's mainstream acceptance. "The narrative that's now beginning to form is that Democrats are against religion. It's not true, and it's very dangerous."""

Dems are also against the constitution.

I believe in the literal interpretation of the constitution

Hillery Fading From View, So Should the Political

Hillery Fading From View, So Should the Political Establishment

""In the campaign year of 2016, the voters, angry and anxious, appear poised to grab power away from the establishment and invest it in candidates of the future.""

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It may be wishful thinking but this appears to be a possibility. It is up to the voters to take this opportunity to gain control of the local organizations. Be a good worker but don't let you time be waisted. Interconnect to form an overlaying organization, to focus on the reform of the parties.

Voting is not enough.  You should not a consumer of political views because what you want is not on the shelf. Make your views known, meet with others. Your precinct meetings are available to you

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Wednesday, July 16, 2014

Obama's Lawlessness reveled a larger problem?

Obama's Lawlessness reveled a larger problem?

""Is administrative law unlawful? This provocative question has become all the more significant with the expansion of the modern administrative state. While the federal government traditionally could constrain liberty only through acts of Congress and the courts, the executive branch has increasingly come to control Americans through its own administrative rules and adjudication, thus raising disturbing questions about the effect of this sort of state power on American government and society.""

The basis of administrative law is antagonistic to the democratic form of government and therefore the constitution. Progressive have been pushing this since before president Wilson. Is it time for a massive change?

Dave Farnsworth

Tuesday, July 15, 2014

A Krugman Ditto, of what has been said about him

A Krugman Ditto, of what has been said about him

""Volcker's comment, in full context:

The responsibility of the government is to have a stable currency. This kind of stuff that you're being taught at Princeton disturbs me. Your teachers must be telling you that if you've got expected inflation, then everybody adjusts and then it's OK. Is that what they're telling you? Where did the question come from?

Is Krugman leaving in disgrace? Krugman really is a disgrace … both to Princeton and to the principle of monetary integrity. Eighteenth century Princeton (then called the College of New Jersey) president John Witherspoon, wrote, in his Essay on Money:

This was followed by a show-stopping statement: "This kind of stuff that you're being taught at Princeton disturbs me."

Taught at Princeton by … whom?

Paul Krugman, perhaps? Krugman, last year, wrote an op-ed for the New York Times entitled Not Enough Inflation. It betrayed an extremely louche, at best, attitude toward inflation's insidious dangers. Smoking gun?""

Paul, the peak if Liberal intellectualism is exposed for what we knew he was. Will the low information voter notice?

Dave Farnsworth

Monday, July 14, 2014

The Presidency too Hard - Whiners need not Apply

The Presidency too Hard - Whiners need not Apply

""Clinton pursued agreements across party lines more consistently than either Bush or Obama. But this persistent polarization likely owes less to the three men's specific choices than to structural forces that are increasingly preventing any leader, no matter how well-intentioned, from functioning as more than "the president of half of America.""" 

There are too many people in  the Federal Government for one man too control. There is a solution here " There are too many people in  the Federal Government".  Delegate, delegate, delegate - to the states, not just the work but the authority.

The states are uniquely able to innovate, with failure rewarded by the states residents leaving. The resulting financial hardship can then be tied to policies. At the Federal level, there is no competing organization (especial as the congress has evolved into the old boy/ old girl network of theft and corruption (which they make legal for themselves only).

Therefore, be happy, don't worry.  Take your perks and let the states do the hard  lifting. Maybe pass a law to keep the gravy train but throw your special interests under the bus(they are so demanding). (It is cheaper pay you directly than to make you survive on merely a 10% kickback)

Saturday, July 12, 2014

A useful course when blocked

A useful course when blocked

""It further states, "That the Speaker issue his warrant directed to the Sergeant-at-Arms, or his deputy, commanding him to arrest and take into custody forthwith, wherever to be found, the body of Lois G. Lerner and bring her to the bar of the House without delay to answer to the charge of contempt of its authority, breach of its privileges, and gross and wanton insult to the integrity of its proceedings, and in the meantime keep the body of Lerner in his custody in the common jail of the District of Columbia, subject to the further order of the House.""

Congress has the power to imprison persons guilty of contempt of congress. This has been fairly rarely used due to excess time involved and a more efficient process of going through the justice department. With the house blocked from passing laws due to the senate's refusal to consider house passed legislation, the time issue is moot. With the justice department complicit in the IRS coverup, this now seems a useful way to spend the house's time.

With uncooperative witnesses jailed, liars may have second thoughts about falling on their swords.  They are sharp and poky.

In time left over, a lawsuit will focus the citizenry on the criminal activity of the federal government

Wednesday, July 09, 2014

The Letter of the Law

The Letter of the Law
""The argument, he said, attempts to "exploit poorly-drafted statutory language and transform that into a radical re-conceptualization of what the Affordable Care Act was meant to do."""
As in " the letter of the law"?  Words matter.  I can believe there are poorly drafted sections of the law but ".  "  the federal government will give subsidies to eligible consumers who buy insurance from an exchange "established by the State." is very clear.

"". However, there's no need to guess congressional intent given the law was passed by Congress four years ago. In fact, seven high-ranking Democrats who helped craft Obamacare, as well as dozens of state lawmakers, filed abrief in the case to explain the true intent of the law.""

And these partisons can be believed? Their  intent may not be the intent of congress. The letter of the law trumps intentent, and the proper way to fix it is legislation. Prior to that, follow the law.