Sunday, March 21, 2010

GAME OVER


Liberty was raped in the middle of the night.

Now you will live the way the state tells you to live. You will pay the price the state tells you to pay.

I feel no obligation to comply with ObamaCare except to stay out of trouble. There is no moral or ethical imperitive. An unpopular and unconstitutional law has no legitimacy.

In November 2008, our country was noted to be gravely ill. At the time, we had no way of knowing whether the illness was terminal. Now we know.

USA RIP.


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Encouraging words from Paul Ryan

19 comments:

Janie Lynn said...

I am just sick.

RightKlik said...

JL: This is probably the worst thing that has ever happened to this country in my lifetime.

The Right Guy said...

and to finish your title...from The Mechanic: Bang you're dead.

nacilbupera said...

On 9/11 we were attacked from without. On 3/21 we were attacked from within.

In my mind I see Paul Ryan inside the House chamber with a bullhorn atop the rubble of HR3590 shouting: "I can hear you...the rest of the world hears you...and the people who knocked our Constitution down will hear all of us soon!.

RightKlik said...

nacilbupera: America failed the liberty test when she put Obama in office. As a nation, I don't know if we even deserve freedom anymore.

Adrienne said...

RK - hey, buck up. Now the real fun starts. War has been declared and I'm up for it. Get a good night's sleep and so will you. Trust me.

MDP said...

Good thing there is still a Constitution and this law must still comply with it - can't wait to hear the oral argument for this Supreme Court case in a couple months

Mike said...

Right Klik...this is far from over my friend. 36 states are going to challenge this new law with it's unconstitutional mandate to purchase insurance with their own State law, the 10th amendment and state nullification of this federal law. Then in November we need to vote all of the bums that voted for this bill out of office....ALL OF THEM and put people in to repeal this piece of trash.

LoneWolfArcher said...

I refuse to go down without a fight. I don't mean political. I don't mean in the courts. I mean a real fight.

As Thomas Jefferson said: "The strongest reason for the people to retain the right to keep and bear arms is, as a last resort, to protect themselves against tyranny in government."

Tyranny in government is here.

RightKlik said...

Adrienne: I'll keep fighting, there's no doubt about that. I just don't see how this war can be won. Even if we take back Congress in November, Obama still has veto power. If Obamacare keeps growing roots until 2013, will we ever have the will or the power to uproot it?

Nancy said we have to pass the bill to see what's in the bill. What she really meant, I think, is that we have to pass the bill to get people addicted. Then the rest is history.

MDP: Too bad Congress doesn't care about the Constitution. I think the Supreme Court will strike down the individual mandate (if it isn't repealed first), but most of the bill will remain intact.

Mike: I hope we can get some good things done with nullification.

LWA: I hope we don't see any violence. A "velvet revolution" would be preferable.

Son3 said...

Adrienne and LWA, my sentiments exactly.

RK, America has put up with one heck of a lot of tyranny the past few decades, and it weren't no "velvet tyranny", neither.

We should be ashamed that we let it go this far, but I'm glad my state of Kansas will support the Constitution on this one.

Don't Tread on Me.

Amusing Bunni said...

I am in total agreement with you Right Klik!
This is the WORST thing to ever happen to America
(besides electing the liar-in chief).
We are now all totally screwed.
RIP, America.

Z said...

the Paul Ryan video starts to 'buffer' and never recovers for me just as he starts what he's going to DO ..I'll look on YouTube, but thanks, I'd missed him speak, (saw most of the others) and was sad..this reminds me to look. I adore that guy, we need thousands more like him. I'd settle for 3 if they're on Capitol Hill.

RK, this is horrid and we need to fight. Glad you saw my video.

Mike, I'm not sure we can repeal with Obama able to veto a repeal...I hope you're right.
We certainly have to STOP VOTING THIRD PARTY (no more "that guy might be mainstream Republican but he's not conservative enough so I'm voting for the REAL conservative" doesn't work, we haven't that luxury anymore, not till we train real conservatives to go back to conservatism!)and no more "I'll show the Republicans, I'm not voting!" Look what THAT got us.

Z said...

Just checked and it also stops at the CNN site JUST when Ryan says "What I'm going to ask is THIS..."
What a coincidence, eh? :-)

Meanwhile, this morning on CNN, the ladies are bemoaning the fact that this health care bill they touted for the last year is going to COST THEM!
You can't make this stuff up.

DaBlade said...

Yep. My thoughts exactly RK.

RightKlik said...

S3: "We should be ashamed that we let it go this far"

I agree. We need to acknowledge our contribution to this disaster.

AB: Self-inflicted wounds are uniquely tragic.

Z: Sites are probably overloaded with traffic. I hit play again after the video stalls and it plays again. Maybe I can find a better version.

We certainly need to avoid 3rd-party traps. We need to get more involved in the process, down to the precinct level. We need to ensure that we have conservatives to choose from in the general election. Let's not allow people like Specter, Scozzafava and McCain to get as far as they have in the past.

Let's also remember that we need to keep an eye on the "good guys." Even Paul Ryan voted for TARP and for the Medicare prescription program.

DaBlade: This feels too much like check mate.

Z said...

must be my computer, I just tried again and can't get Ryan half way through..Thanks, anyway xx

The Mad Jewess said...

sorry but I have no tolerance for idiots and communists. I'm old school, I have morals and believe in God and freedom. The problem is people that think anything goes except what's right

RightKlik said...

Z: Sorry for the technical problems, I have a better link up now.

MJ: The Dems want to acquire power by divorcing merit from consequences. They're having a lot of success with that right now.