Anger Brewing Over Public Sector Benefits

Add comment March 9th, 2011 01:05pm admin

This is Obamaville, this is what Obama and the Socialist Party bring to the table. If you don’t know who the Socialist Party is; it is formally known as the Democrat Party. It is NOT an American Party. Let me rephrase that, it is NOT a party that has any traditional American values or ideas anymore and it’s been that way for decades. OK, back to the anger brewing. As a direct result of years of legalized money laundering by the Socialist Party through the public sector unions by fleecing the tax payers from every state, their benefits now are underfunded by about $3 trillion dollars. The anger brewing which is by design if you’re a Socialist is pitting American against American in order to detract from the Socialist’s misdeeds has finally come to a head. On the one side we have public sector employees who have a job and the best benefits our tax dollars can pay for plus having to pay into and for our own benefits are whining over the fact that they will have to be like the rest of us. They’ll actually have to contribute in order to receive their benefits. Then on the other side, people like myself are pissed that these assholes (when you do or say something stupid, you’re an asshole) have the balls to actually cry poverty at my expense and everyone else in the private sector when they have a house, food, and still have a job are complaining they don’t have enough. Well, it’s time to start tightening the belts and join the rest of us and get a little skin in the game instead of expecting us to carry the load for your benefits from now on. If they’re underfunded, sorry, that’s not our fault and we’re not going to pay the bill.

Here’s a message to the public sector unions. If you want to be angry, be angry at the party that got you here, that would be Democrats, now Socialists. This isn’t an argument about police, fire, or teachers not getting paid for the job they do. As long as they do an exemplary job, they should be well compensated based on the merits and not because it’s a right or an entitlement, so stop throwing that lame one out there. Also, stop with collective bargaining bullshit; that only works if there is an adversary on the opposite side of the bargaining table. That adversary is us, the taxpayers, and we’re never at the table instead, it’s a Democrat agreeing with everything you want. That’s not even close to bargaining, there’s no give and take, there’s just take. If you want to be angry, be angry at the party that created your addiction to the unsustainable golden goose and convinced you that for some stupid reason that receiving benefits is a right to be paid for by someone else like your neighbor. Be angry at the party that mismanaged your funds that have you in a $3 trillion deficit. Again, that would be Democrats. Don’t be angry at the rest of us who expect you to grow up, face reality, and understand things are tough for everyone and we’re not going to have sympathy for you just because you don’t think you have enough when you have more than most Americans.


A No Repeal Clause

Add comment December 22nd, 2009 01:15pm admin


My fellow Americans you all are overlooking the obvious or refuse to accept the premise that we are not dealing with Americans. I read that it is unconstitutional; it flies in the face of the rule of law; a legal body cannot bind its equal. I agree whole heartily with all of these arguments, but again I repeat, you are denying the obvious. Until you accept the obvious, who we are really dealing with and after accepting that realization you’ll understand what needs to be done next and it has nothing to do with waiting for elections next November. These people are the enemy; the clueless in this country have elected the enemy, the enemies of this country are in charge and their tyrannical mind set is no different than if Communist China rolled into Washington and took control of the capital. Communist China wouldn’t recognize our Constitution or the rule of law any more than these Bolsheviks adhere to it now. Our founders in the Declaration of Independence specifically stated the course of action to take when faced with what we are confronting now. “But when a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same object evinces a design to reduce them under absolute despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such government, and to provide new guards for their future security.” Now I left out the call for prudence and patients because we are beyond that and have been beyond that for years.

 

Question is, do you have the nuts to initiate another revolution to restore our country? Or, are we all just going to whine and hope for the next election, and the next election after that because we didn’t like person running on the Republican ticket (you know, John McCain, you principal-minded who stayed home while the clueless elected the first Marxist President) while paying a fine of $250 a year for not using a tanning bed, or $750 per year for not buying health insurance, of course NONE of this covered anywhere in the Constitution. Which means absolutely nothing because the ones in charge from the dope in the White House to the collection of Bolsheviks in the House and Senate don’t recognize (acknowledge) the Constitution. If you subscribe to the idea of upholding the Constitution, then stop talking and start doing. Otherwise, sit down, shut up, and take your medicine up Uranus and wait for the death panel to decide when you can die.

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