Friday, July 08, 2011

A Contrast in Congressmen

Compare this to Ron Paul's "We the People" act. This would remove the federal courts from jurisdiction on questions of the Establishment Clause and Privacy Issues, sending them back to the states. That would have the effect of overturning Roe. v. Wade, permitting those states who wish to do so to protect innocent life. It would prevent the courts from forcing states to recognize homosexual marriages performed in other states. It would re-permit freedom of religious expression, even in public areas.

Please read this short and insightful bill.

Contrast that to Congressman Tim Griffin. Since he is all for the warfare state and the welfare state he has absolutely no idea how to fix the budget crisis. And because of that he resorts to useless gimmicks that would do nothing to solve the problem.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

This is just a naked tax increase. They will simply continue growing the government and spending at current rates PLUS any amount freed up by this tax-increase-disguised-as-a-serious-effort-to-reduce-the-defecit.

It's a wealth transfer from anyone ignorant enough to support it to the addicts on Capitol Hill looking for novel ways to continue squandering more money than any nation in history has had the benefit of managing.

6:04 AM, July 09, 2011  

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