March 30, 2012 Happy Friday

Paul Krugman believes that the federal should have the power to compel everybody to buy health insurance.He believes that anyone who does not hold to this view is dumb and ignorant. But this country was built by people who wanted to make their own choices. This law takes away a lot of choices and put it in the hand of unelected. They believe that they should have the right to tax whatever they think they need and the people should willing comply. Krugman believes that the government has the first right to tell you what to do with your money. He probably believes that the five conservative justices should be run out-of-town. He beleives that if the people are too stupid not to accept the agenda of the administration, than it is ok for the administration to impose it on the country. Hey we have already fought one election over these issues and you lost. You would think Krugman would be a little humble but I am sure Krugman has trouble understanding that word.

Chief Justice Krugman doesnt understand all the kerfuffle about the Mandate

Subway cancels $5.00 footlongs in San Francisco because of the $10.00 minimum wage.People dont realise that all these mandates cost money and some one has to pay for it.

No $5.00 footlong due to $10.00 minimum wage

I like Peggy Noonan but sometimes she is out of touch. She expresses surprise that Obama did not know that the mandate were unconstitutional. The point is that Obama doesnt care if it is constitutional


Peggy Noonan Wall Street Journal

Obama Justice Department may indict Republican Gov. Nikki Haley over her time as financial officer at a Sikh House of worship. Same sort of strategy that they used to file ethics charges to drive Sarah Palin from office.


DOJ may indict South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley

More updates on the attempt to recall Gov. Scott Walker.


Beck on Wisconsin

David Cameron trys to dismantle big government in UK


Cameron dismantling big government in UK

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About clintmcdonald

I am a 49 year old man with Cerebral Palsy living in Houston.
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