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Big Picture. Whole Enchilada. Everything happens in aggregate. These are statements which, in this context, refer to the outlook as not an argument for how to look at Obamacare, but that EVERYTHING must be looked at and recognized for what it is. Will it cause pain to business and families? Yes. Will it cause pain to those refused care due to cost? Yes. Why should anyone argue between the two? To do so is a red herring, causing division where there should be unity against Obamacare. Aren't the people in favor of it the same that accused managed care option plans of bureaucrats and bean counters getting between "you and your doctor"? Yes again, it is! What does this mean then? It means that these Lefties wanted to gain that power for themselves by being critical of it, while planning on weilding it even more ruthlessly and more cruelly than private business supposedly did.
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The state controlled ameriKan media, along with the communist Chinese government, and amerKan left, or fifth columnists, are using the tragic events of Sandy Hook to demand the disarmament of the American people.
The Rogue Regime in D.C. passed the 2012 NDAA and is in the process of passing the 2013 version of the same bill which gives the president the supposed authority to execute anybody he chooses without so much as charging the person with anything.
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Nullification is a state's Constitutional remedy to protect itself and its people from federal tyranny. Contrary to federal propaganda, and popular belief, the federal supreme court is not the final arbiter of the constitutionality of a federal law. As Thomas Jefferson said, "To consider the Judges of the Superior Court as the ultimate Arbiters of Constitutional questions would be a dangerous doctrine which would place us under the despotism of an oligarchy."
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Which will it be governor?
It took me a while, but I found something that had my interest piqued a couple of years ago when arguing the merits of leaving the DIBC as it is. The facts were not entirely scrubbed from the Detroit Chamber's site, and I wonder how well the travel numbers used to argue for a new bridge will stand up when health care choices are destroyed here as they are in Canada.
"Hubbard pointed out to the committee that the Detroit/Windsor/Port Huron/Sarnia area is home to the busiest border crossing in North America in terms of volume of trade (more than $1 billion in goods crosses daily). Additionally, metro Detroit is home to major passenger vehicle traffic - between 3000 and 4000 Canadian health care workers entering the region every day."Incentive is a reality.
Say NO to Obamacare.
Michigan can be a part of the growing number of states nullifying it.
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By Croton Crier, Section News
Obama 's Hope and Change campaign promise has been a stunning success. He has given hope to the millions who live off the taxpayer promising them more Obamabucks than they ever dreamed. He has changed the mood of the taxpayer from 'Taxed Enough Already' to 'Tamed Establishment Apathy'. With the unconstitutional passage of Obamacare, We the People stood up and cried: "Taxed Enough Already", "You can keep your hope, and I will keep my Change" and "Hands of my Healthcare". It is now two years later and not only have many gone silent, some who I believed were on the side of liberty are actively working against liberty and free market reforms.
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By KG One, Section News
First off H/T to Henry Payne!
I knew that other people weren't exactly thrilled by his inept contribution to the law put forth by RINO-Rep. Fred Upton back in 2007 when he, well, to be honest here, I really don't know what the possessed him to even propose this law to begin with, let along a RINO-President to sign it, but I digress.
For those without a scorecard here's the rundown.
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~ Promoted because you mentioned the 'heat miser'. ~
The United States Constitution has endured for over 200 years despite the meddling of scheming politicians, at both the state and federal level, and the apathy of a less than vigilant body politic.
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+ Detroit-based Catholic order's files show efforts to hide sex abuse
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+ 20K without power after strong storms move through Metro Detroit
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+ Reduced pension payouts, worker concessions tough sell for Detroit EM
+ Michigan lawmakers move to protect homes
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+ Moderate leader's election in Iran stirs local hopes
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