Saturday, February 19, 2011

Washington Versus State's rights

Is Obama against state's rights? Is he trying to use authoritarian powers to influence the states, and force them to do things his progressive way?

Obama has taken the side of the unions that are protesting in Wisconsin. He says that the state's trying to balance it's budget is an assault on unions. He's attacking an elected state governor, and bullying him, to give into the demands of the unions of Wisconsin.

He is trying to impede in a state's right to set it's own budget. It's kind of the same as he did in Arizona, telling the American people a state doesn't have a right to protect it's own people, it's own economy, against an assault of illegal aliens coming across the state border.

Another example is his healthcare plan that forces people to buy healthcare in order to be a U.S. citizen. He acts like he doesn't care about the rights of the states, or of the rights of the individual, or of the U.S. Constitution that protects the rights of the individual from Federal intrusion.

And even while his Obamacare has been ruled unconstitutional by a Federal Court, he continues to ignore that ruling and continue on with his healthcare reform law that a majority of people don't want. He's completely ignoring Federalism, as though he were never taught about it.

Another example is Obama deciding that the defense of marriage act is unconstitutional.  He's ordering his Justice Department not to defend a federal law. Nobody has said the law is unconstitutional other than Obama.  They don't have the Constitutional power to do that.  They are treading on the separation of powers.

Obama is also ignoring court orders he doesn't like, such as drilling moratorium laws in the Gulf of Mexico, and, of course, DOMA, Defense of Marriage Act.

Obama is now encouraging teachers in Wisconsin to walk off the job while ignoring the children. He is trying to run states from Washington, something the founding fathers feared, and something the like of Sal Alinski would love.

Obama, playing from Alinski's book, is a community organizer. He is organizing the youth who have no idea even what is going on in Wisconsin to get out and protest with union representatives and teachers.

Obama wants the media and those in power to make it looks like there is an outright war between individuals within the state, when it's really only 1% of the people who are upset, and even most of them have no idea why they are even protesting.

The truth is, most people want budget cuts. Most people in this nation want Washington an states to follow the same rules of budget following that they have to follow to keep their businesses and households afloat. Most people want our governments to manage money wisely, and not give everyone what they want until there is no money left and chaos is the result.

Yet Salinski wanted chaos, and that's exactly how he wrote about how the U.S. would eventually join the New World Order. Spend money, ruin the economy, community organize to get the young to revolt, and create utter chaos until the nation collapses and the U.N. will have to come in for the rescue.

That's the goal. It's not about what's good for you or me, and it's not about what's good about the United States. It's about what is good for Obama and his progressive buddies.

The truth is, either Obama and the protestors win and we continue to borrow more money and risk financial stability, or we get our spending under control and continue on as a great nation. They win the U.S. will go bankrupt and fail and statist will win, and if we win we keep our freedom.

There's no other option. It's we win or they win. It's Washington versus state's rights.

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