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It’s The Tenth Commandment, Stupid!

Exodus: Chapter 20 Verse 17:

“You shall not covet your neighbor’s house. You shall not covet your neighbor’s wife, or his male or female servant, his ox or donkey, or anything that belongs to your neighbor.”

The verse, in Roman Catholic and Lutheran denominations, covers both the 9th and 10th commandment with “You shall not covet your neighbor’s house” being the 9th.

In 2008, I called it the “Envy Frenzy” — whipped up by the Consummate Campaigner to the point that poor unenlightened voters thought that The One would pay for their mortgage, their gas, their Christmas.

And that meme continues as the Campaigner-In-Chief embarks on his 2012 re-election campaign.  As if some modern day Robin Hood, ~ ‘There are people with more money than you; it is not fair that they have more money than you; you should want that money; you should crave that money; you should vote for me and I will take that money from them; I will run that money through a giant government bureaucracy; a pittance of that money will come to you; my friends in the unions, wall street, big government; green energy will get most of it; you and I are the 99% that are suffering because the rich have lots of money’

So, Onward goes the Fairness Soldier with the Mighty Shield of the Mainstream Media in his left hand and the Rod of Tax Enslavement in his right.  Adorned with the Crown of the Uninformeds’ Adulation, the Talons of Greediness, and a Breastplate of Chicago Corruptocrats, The One will Drain the Sea of Unfairness, Conquer the Equality of Opportunity to Enforce Equality of Outcome, Enrich the Poor in Spirit, and Destroy the Evil 1%.

All he needs is Four More Years and a little $45 Billion tax increase.  That’s it.  One more little tax increase and a Utopia of Fairness and Wealth will be unleashed on the American Electorate.

Hallelujah.  Vote!

h/t weaselzippers.us

Vote for me. I know you covet what the rich has.  Vote for me and I will take it from them.

Many have questioned whether or not Barack Hussein Obama is a Muslim.  Many question his Christianity.

I don’t.

I absolutely know that if I executed a campaign that licensed greed, envy, and covetousness to win a political office, it would be an effort 100% lacking in Christianity.  Clearly, the same is true of Obama.

It’s the Tenth Commandment, Stupid!  A vote for Obama’s Campaign of Covetousness, is a vote of Sin.

 
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Posted by on December 18, 2011 in Election, White House

 

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Claire’s Conundrum

Today the Senate may vote on an Amendment proposed by Mitch McConnell which is a copy of the ObamaCare Repeal Act passed by the House on Monday January 21, 2011.

Senators are faced with voting to support the original bill they passed in 2009 or voting to repeal it.

Senators like Claire McCaskill sealed their fate in 2009 when she voted to pass ObamaCare in the face of immense pressure from her constiuency.

Now, it’s a real conundrum:

If she votes to repeal,  Missourians know she has no principles.  In 2009, in the face of heated debates and angry town halls, she proceeded to ignore the outcry from Missourians and vote to pass ObamaCare.  She released video of herself reading the bill to prove her support and condescended on her constituents at the town halls.

She voted based on her principle that it was the best thing for Missourians, and she knew best.   Right?!?!

In the meantime, Missouri passed Proposition C with a 71-29 margin and lawsuits are starting to mount that will find the bill unconstitutional (which she knew was the case in the first place).

Changing her vote know would show that the only principle she’s worried about is doing whatever it takes to get re-elected.

If she votes to suppress the repeal, she has her principles on this matter, but she is voting again for an obviously unconstitutional law and breaking her oath to defend the Constitution.

Either way, McCaskill is done in Missouri.  Voting continually to support the radical agenda of a President for whom Missouri voted against was one thing, but voting for a clearly unconstitutional measure is another.

H/T HillBuzz.wordpress.com

Senator, if you’re true to the typical politician that you seem to be, enjoy your next career as a lobbyist.

 
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Posted by on February 2, 2011 in Constitution, Democrat, Obama

 

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