Wednesday, September 1, 2010

Thirteen More Democrat Ideas For Fundamentally Transforming America

To the left is Joe the Plumber Wurzelbacher.  There will be no more redistribution of the wealth if we have our way.  Nor will there be only "shared salvation". 

Following is my latest Guest Commentary in the local liberal newspaper: 

Thirteen More Democrat Ideas For Fundamentally Transforming America

This is to inform all who read my commentaries: I have researched and provided reputable websites proving all statements.  Contrary to what has been written of me on this editorial page, I have never said the election of Barack Obama was illegitimate, as he was, unfortunately, duly elected.  I have consistently presented my disagreement with just about every law, appointment and position of this administration as being bad for America, as is still my right to do as an American according to Hillary Clinton.

1.)    1) Our Treasury Department has asked for comments on their idea to seize all 401(k) plans for government distribution, as the unions have suggested.  The monies will then be doled out as an annuity until out deaths, at which time the government keeps what is  left.

2.)   2) Amnesty for illegals without the debate and vote of Congress.  Anti-illegal advocates point to this internal U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services memo, obtained by the National Review, that states, in part: “This memorandum offers administrative relief options to reduce the threat of removal to certain individuals present in the US without authorization.”

3.    3) Encourage states to use “waivers” to bypass enforcement of the MOVE Act (Military Overseas Voter Empowerment). This is meant to ensure that those in the military actually get to cast a ballot while overseas. 

4)   4) Move to the Public Option in healthcare, as Harry Reid has promised.

5)   5) Back the Paycheck Fairness Act, whereby  regulations will require US businesses to provide to the government data about employee pay as it relates to the sex, race and national origin of employees

6)   6) Placement of more radical Supreme Court Justices like Elena Kagen who once spoke the following words: “Why in a society by no means perfect, has a radical party never attained the status of a major political force?  Why, in particular, did the socialist movement never become an alternative to the nation’s established parties?”  Now Freedom Watch and Judicial Watch have announced new legal actions against Kagan – accusing her of actively engaging in a conspiracy to deceive the Supreme Court by falsifying a document and lying to Congress about doing so. This info was available prior to her confirmation.

7)    7) Continue making radical appointees like Donald Berwick (to the Medicare/Medicaid task force) – he who said that any healthcare must redistribute wealth, with eyes wide open as he wishes, or with eyes closed as now.
8)    8) George Soros has plans to change the political picture for Democrats by backing Democrat Secretaries of State with his money, in a project he calls the Secretary of State Project.Joycelyn Benson of MICHIGAN
is a top priority.  Capturing these Secretary of State seats in swing states will establish an electoral advantage for future elections. “ It's not the people who vote that count. It's the people who count the votes." (Josef Stalin) 

9)    9) Follow the State of Massachusetts which is working on changing their state constitution to demand that the winner of the popular votes for President gets all of their states’ votes.  Once enough states with enough electoral votes pass similar legislation, our Constitution will be changed without the input of votes of Congress or of each state.  The Electoral College will be caput.

1   10) Cap and Tax – even though more and more evidence disputes our ability to compete with what the planet has done for millennium, and will continue to do.  This is about income redistribution and control.

1   11) VAT tax – on top of current taxes

12 12) Another stimulus package

13) As per Phyllis Schlafly, "Among the dangers lurking in Congress’s fall session and lame duck session will be Obama’s demand that the Senate rush to ratify the treaty called New START, which he signed with the Russians in Prague last April. This treaty is not only a bad idea, it’s downright dangerous to U.S. national security. The Russian government issued a statement that the New START treaty “can operate and be viable only if the United States refrains from developing its missile defense capabilities quantitatively or qualitatively.”


  1. RE: #9

    The National Popular Vote bill would guarantee the Presidency to the candidate who receives the most popular votes in all 50 states (and DC).

    Every vote, everywhere, would be politically relevant and equal in presidential elections. Every vote would be counted for and assist the candidate for whom it was cast. Candidates would need to care about voters across the nation, not just undecided voters in a handful of swing states.

    Now 2/3rds of the states and voters are ignored -- 19 of the 22 smallest and medium-small states and big states like California, Georgia, New York, and Texas. The current winner-take-all rule (i.e., awarding all of a state’s electoral votes to the candidate who receives the most popular votes in each state) used by 48 of the 50 states, and not mentioned, much less endorsed, in the Constitution, ensures that the candidates do not reach out to all of the states and their voters. Candidates have no reason to poll, visit, advertise, organize, campaign, or care about the voter concerns in the dozens of states where they are safely ahead or hopelessly behind. Policies important to the citizens of ‘flyover’ states are not as highly prioritized as policies important to ‘battleground’ states when it comes to governing.

    The bill, which does not change the constitution of states or the U.S. Constitution, would take effect only when enacted, in identical form, by states possessing a majority of the electoral votes--that is, enough electoral votes to elect a President (270 of 538). When the bill comes into effect, all the electoral votes from those states would be awarded to the presidential candidate who receives the most popular votes in all 50 states (and DC).

    The bill uses the power given to each state by the Founding Fathers in the Constitution to change how they award their electoral votes for president. It does NOT abolish the Electoral College. Historically, virtually all of the major changes in the method of electing the President, including ending the requirement that only men who owned substantial property could vote and 48 current state-by-state winner-take-all laws, have come about by state legislative action, without federal constitutional amendments.

    The bill has been endorsed or voted for by 1,922 state legislators (in 50 states) who have sponsored and/or cast recorded votes in favor of the bill.

    In Gallup polls since 1944, only about 20% of the public has supported the current system of awarding all of a state's electoral votes to the presidential candidate who receives the most votes in each separate state (with about 70% opposed and about 10% undecided). Support for a national popular vote is strong in virtually every state, partisan, and demographic group surveyed in recent polls.

    Most voters don't care whether their presidential candidate wins or loses in their state . . . they care whether he/she wins the White House. Voters want to know, that even if they were on the losing side, their vote actually was counted and mattered to their candidate.

    The National Popular Vote bill has passed 30 state legislative chambers, in 20 small, medium-small, medium, and large states, including one house in Arkansas (6), Connecticut (7), Delaware (3), Maine (4), Michigan (17), Nevada (5), New Mexico (5), New York (31), North Carolina (15), and Oregon (7), and both houses in California (55), Colorado (9), Hawaii (4), Illinois (21), New Jersey (15), Maryland (10), Massachusetts (12), Rhode Island (4), Vermont (3), and Washington (11). The bill has been enacted by Hawaii, Illinois, New Jersey, Maryland, Massachusetts, and Washington. These six states possess 73 electoral votes -- 27% of the 270 necessary to bring the law into effect.


  2. Glad to see these so we can be "armed" as in 'forwarned-for armed' Thanks,