Reality is making an appearance this primary season with the continued monetary injections into the Eurozone and the subsequent highs and crashes of Wall Street. A majority of Americans have finally woken up to how fiscally insolvent our current path is (please see “There’s No Way in Hell We’re Making it to Nov 2012“) and are asking for something ‘bold’. Do you really think that voting for a former Federal Reserve Bank chairman who wants to add yet another revenue stream (of your money) to the federal government via a value added tax (VAT; Herman Cain) is going to do the trick. If you believe that giving the government another way to bleed you is a fantastic bold idea, then go right ahead and elect Mr. Cain. Is the 9.9.9. plan for perpetuity or just until they raise it to 77% like they did with the un-Constitutional income tax five years after it’s inception? Or would you rather have a candidate that would repeal Obamacare, Dodd-Frank, SarbanesOxley, abolish TSA, end the wars, repatriate trillions in off-shore profits, cancel presidential executive orders, restore sound money, and balance the federal budget in 3 years? (Just for starters).
It’s time for every single alphabet agency that is writing the rules and laws around our legislative branch (the peoples’ representatives) must be abolished. The modern administrative state; we talk about this all the time, has power, resources and tenticles which boggle the mind. For example, in 2008, the small business administration estimated that annual … Read more Mark Levin On The Purpose Of The Constitution (And Other Important Matters)