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It is not Obama's fault. I ti the fault of the idiots who voted for him.
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IRS Now Robo-audits Your Spending

Rob3583 Wrote: Apr 29, 2013 10:14 PM
Well it seems that everyone here likes the fair tax or the flat tax. Unfortunately, most Americans seem to love the current tax system monstrosity. For the past few presidential election cycles, there have been a number of republican candidates that advocated a totally revised tax system. Unfortunately, they are not the ones that won the primaries. We only have ourselves to blame (well, I blame the others that love our current system because if the primaries ever came to Pennsylvania, I would have voted for one of those candidates). Even Jerry Brown, when he was a in the democratic primary against Clinton supported a flat tax. But the people in both parties have spoken : "Keep the IRS"!
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Why the 2nd Amendment

Rob3583 Wrote: Jan 15, 2013 3:12 PM
And regarding the founding fathers, Water WIlliams is exactly correct that their intent of the 2nd amendment is precisely for the citizens to resist tyranny. As the arms that are available to government forces increase in sophistication and deadliness, so must the arms available to citizens increase analogously. And regarding your third point, there are only weapons of mass murder when they are in the hands of murderers. Like fire, weapons can be used for good or for evil. My weapons are not weapons of mass murder becasue I don't use them for that. They are weapons of defense.
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Why the 2nd Amendment

Rob3583 Wrote: Jan 15, 2013 3:07 PM
Your point regarding Justice Scalia reminds me of Chief Justice Charles Evans Hughes who stated in a speech in 1907 that “we are under a Constitution, but the Constitution is what the judges say it is...” Is this what our Republic is about? That is not a democratic republic, it is an oligarchy. It is not rule of law but rule by tribunal. The implications of the constitution ought to be debated and it is, but it should not be in the realm of the judges nor the lawyers but the realm of ordinary educated citizens. If and when judges interpret the constitution in ways that defy reason and logic, their decisions are corrupt and invalid.
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