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Disobey The Mandate

awilcox Wrote: Nov 18, 2012 2:08 PM
Despite what the SCOTUS says I do not believe it is constitutional to force us to buy anything. We must practice Civil Disobedience together in order to make a difference. Do not comply with this unconstitutional mandate! We must remind this regime that the government is for the people and by the people... that these "elected" representatives work for US.
NewJAl Wrote: Nov 18, 2012 4:06 PM
Civil disobedience is justified, if a person's conscience requires it, but they must be willing to pay the price the despot requires. Our leadership, in my estimation, is as evil as the civil servant who suggested that if the emperor wanted to convict a citizen, that civil servant would search until the law was found that the citizen had broken.
What kind of President would declare that voting is the best revenge?

If someone had told me in 2009 that President Obama would get close to ten million fewer votes in 2012, I'd have both laughed out loud and simultaneously thought to myself, "we'll take that."

Of course now, I can't explain why I would've been so happy.

Nonetheless the President's underwhelming yet historic win, by a quite slim margin of victory, has caused the word "mandate" to cross the lips of left-leaning opinion makers once again showing the true delusion of those who back team Obama.

One of the specific areas that such a "mandate" is demanding adherence to across the nation...