Thursday, February 16, 2012

Government Unlimited

It is all about tyranny and control. What are the limits to government power? Aren't those limits spelled out in the Constitution and Bill of Rights?

Our government hasn't abided by those documents in a long time.

Do you really think that women need birth control "free" when you can get them at Wal-Mart for $9 a month? Of course not. This is about politics. This is about the socialist faction in this country that is practicing what is known as "political warfare". Political Warfare is all about the use of force to defeat your enemies. The socialists in this country practice political warfare by making their opponents fund the things they are morally opposed to.

There is nothing in the Constitution that gives the federal government the power to do most of the things it does, it stands in violation of the basic law of this nation. How did this happen? Political warfare.

Why does the federal government give money to any number of political organizations doing things that government has no constitutional business funding? Because it can. Because no one will stand up and say that it is unconstitutional. Do you really think that the other faction will ever go back and undo it? No they have their own pet programs being funded in the same exact way.

The statists will force Christians and other religious people to fund pornographic "art", they will force pro-lifers to fund abortions. They will force them to be guilty. Guilt is a great tool in political warfare. Once it becomes accepted that government can do anything it wants, the statists have won the biggest obstacle.

We passed that hurdle long ago.

Now we live in a country where half the people pay no income taxes and 20% of those on welfare live better than the average American who funds welfare with their taxes. There is no real movement or wave of outrage about the government doing this kind of thing. Why? Political warfare has been used for decades and that battle has largely been won by those who want an unlimited government.

What are the limits of government power? Do you think we still have the rights bestowed upon us by the Bill of Rights? Of course not. I can't think of a single right that hasn't come under assault and regulation by the government.

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