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Just one more Comprehensive Law is all that we need

The Patriot Act is unconstitutional, but yet after 13 years; it’s still here. Obamacare is unconstitutional, but the Supreme Court upheld it. States and cities pass and enforce laws that infringe the people’s right to keep and bear arms, but not a peep from the Supreme Court. I fear that someone in the govern(control)ment(mind) will read your article and introduce it into the House or Senate. If the Congress Critters can be assured they won’t be executed and can continue to extort and misappropriate tax money; they will pass it, and the Supreme Monarch, H.I.M. Lord Barack Obama will sign it, and just like Shadrach, Meschak, and Abednego; we will be compelled to celebrate that Holyday and bow down before his visage, or face pain of death.

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Our CongressCritters work too hard, sacrificing time and other resources they need to raise funds and to campaign for perpetual reelection. Here is the solution. It may be the last, and the shortest, piece of legislation enacted in recent memory or in the future. It will be truly historic.

Comprehensive legislation is a, if not the, current librul demand. We have had comprehensive health care reform — an historic accomplishment that managed to be simultaenously comprehensive and incomprehensible. It had to be passed so that we could find out what was in it. We are still learning what it means, as various regulatory entities and the President change it, regardless of whether such changes are permitted by statute.

Libruls have been demanding comprehensive immigration reform which, if passed, is likely to have the same “advantages.” In an article titled A Modest Proposal for Really Comprehensive Legislation, I offered a…

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One response

  1. Thanks for the “re-blog.” My “proposal” is so absurd that even they wouldn’t try to do it. I hope.

    December 27, 2013 at 19:13

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