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What? That’s not Obama? Oh well, it will turn out exactly the same way, there are six million Jews in Israel and that’s how many Chamberlain condemned by his political posturing as well. Save us from politicrats trying to get their name in history texts, it never ends well.

I suggest we start raising money for the Obama wing of the Holocaust Museum.

Obama Peace in our Time – YouTube.

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On July 1, 2012, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi D., Calif. appeared on “Meet the Press,” where she promised that “everybody will have lower rates, better quality care and better access” as a result of the Affordable Care Act a.k.a. Obamacare.

Nancy Pelosi: ‘I Don’t Remember Saying that Everybody in the Country Would Have a Lower Premium’

“If you’re going to take away liberty and property, there has to be some sort of due process involved,” says Chris Littleton, the head of Ohioans for Healthcare Freedom and a Tea Party leader in the Buckeye state. “In this case, as citizens, we feel that those things are fundamentally inhibited and we want the Supreme Court to hear our case on this.”

Littleton’s group is pushing an upcoming ballot initiative that would amend the state constitution to prevent citizens’ involuntary participation in any health-insurance system. The U.S. Supreme Court is widely expected to issue a ruling on the constituationality of what’s known as the “individual mandate” in Obamacare and Littelton thinks passage of the Ohio Healthcare Freedom Amendment will give his state unique legal standing: “This is citizen-initiated, which is very unique. If it passes, Ohio will be the only state that’s done something like that.” While most challenges to the individual mandate revolve around the limits of Congress’ commerce clause powers, Littleton believes the amendment will activate due process and 10th Amendment considerations.

Littleton sat down with Reason.tv’s Nick Gillespie to discuss the Healthcare Freedom Amendment and the similarities between the Occupy Movement and the Tea Party. “I sympathize with the Occupy people…They’re sensing that the system is broken,” explains Littleton. “But it seems their answer to things is the confiscation of wealth…where [the Tea Party] advocates for legitimate and true free market systems rather than what we have right now.”

The results of Higher Education?As someone who worked (with the aid of military tuition assistance while on active duty and the GI Bill after) through a Master’s Degree at a Kudzu League (Tulane) University, I have no sympathy for these idiots. I do agree with the girl’s “overeducated” remark because “It’s not what you don’t know that disturbs me, it’s what you know that isn’t true!”

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The so-called War on Poverty has failed. Making government bigger and creating more federal redistribution programs has been bad news for taxpayers. But the welfare state also has been a disaster for the less fortunate, creating a flypaper effect that makes it difficult for people to lead independent and self-reliant lives. This Center for Freedom and Prosperity Foundation video shows how the poverty rate was falling after World War II — but then stagnated once the federal government got involved.

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