Wednesday, October 2, 2013

And We Wonder Why?...

by: Les Carpenter
Rational Nation U
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Liberty -vs- Tyranny



You just can't make this sh*t up. Texas Republican Governor Rick Perry obviously fails to understand how our nation of laws work. Even following a United States Supreme Court ruling that a law is Constitutional. Apparently the slightly light in the attic Governor Perry has determined that 'implementation of the national health care reform law constituted "a criminal act."' By what standard he arrived at his "scholarly" determination apparently only his God knows. He (or I) may not like or agree with the ACA but that doesn't make it criminal.

From REAL CLEAR POLITICS.

HASBROUCK HEIGHTS, N.J. -- In a campaign appearance Tuesday on behalf of New Jersey Republican Senate nominee Steve Lonegan, Texas Gov. Rick Perry said the government's implementation of the national health care reform law constituted "a criminal act."

"If this health care law is forced upon this country, the young men and women in this audience are the ones who are really going to pay the price," Perry said to a small crowd outside the Bendix Diner in this New York City suburb. “And that, I will suggest to you, reaches to the point of being a felony toward them and their future. That is a criminal act, from my perspective, to put that type of burden on them, to mortgage their future like that. America cannot stand that. America cannot accept that.”

Perry’s provocative comment came on the same day that state-based insurance exchanges, created under the 2010 Affordable Care Act, opened for enrollment.

The 2012 Republican presidential candidate, who has said that he will consider launching a second White House bid in 2016,...

One thing is for certain. If the Governor decides to run for the highest office in the land he will MOST CERTAINLY provide those who haven't jumped the shark with comic relief.

Via: Memeorandum

4 comments:

  1. Light in the loafers? I haven't heard anything about Rick Perry being gay. Also, not sure what that would have to do with his opposition to the ACA... even *if* your allegation is true.

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    1. Good catch Mr. Sanders. Incorrect terminology. Corrected.

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    2. Golly gee, if anyone can decide what is criminal, I declare the Texas Guv a criminal.

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  2. LOL! Perhaps I'll join you then BB Idaho.

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