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Wave of the Future: Class Warfare, Nation of Islam and Green Energy

Anne_1 Wrote: Apr 08, 2012 8:59 AM
M. Hillinger (aka Quiet Reason): When are you liberals ever going to address, and perhaps come to grips with, the FACT that govt. has absolutely NO Constitutional authority to subsidize or interfere in private enterprise. How about we all start with THAT premise?
M. Hillinger (aka Quiet Reason) Wrote: Apr 08, 2012 9:09 AM
"the FACT that govt. has absolutely NO Constitutional authority to subsidize or interfere in private enterprise."

Which Supreme Court decision declared that?
Anne_1 Wrote: Apr 08, 2012 9:14 AM
Since when does the Supreme Court HAVE to re-decide the Constitution?


shubi_ Wrote: Apr 08, 2012 9:19 AM
The Constitution prohibits the Feds from interfering in anything but the enumerated powers. That means the Feds can regulate commerce between the States, but that is it. You commies have fractured the Constitution and we are going to put it back in place. Watch!
SageAdvice31 Wrote: Apr 08, 2012 9:21 AM
Dang Anne, have you been taking lessons from John? For no doubt, if this left winged pinko who goes by M. Hillary were to open his/her mouth, the point of your boot would be showing. :-)

Mike wrote: Governments are made up of people. Your post left you open to the question, what do you think is the difference between governments and corporations, as far as being invested with moral qualities? Point of reference: Citizens United. –in response to Gospel According to Democrats: Woman, Behold Thy Government Program!

Dear Comrade Mike,

Neither governments nor corporations are moral. Morality is distinctly a human quality. I think when Romney talked about corporations being people, he meant “made up of people,” not actual human beings.

But that distinction doesn’t mean that corporations can’t have standing in law or...