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"before the country is irreparably damaged" You are much too late. The damage has been fatal or worse as a result of the cruel stupidity of panderers to beginner and low skilled workers. They were robbed of the opportunity to gain experience and skills doing work that was plentiful but not capable of creating a return on investment at mandated wages. Protecting unions against competition ruined the unions as productive assets. How could anyone believe that a minimum wage law could, should, or would be Constitutional? Nearly two generations of our youth have been evilly deprived of their rights, opportunities, and vital experience. What should be the appropriate punishment of legislators and regulators who have purchased votes.
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24 Million Martyrs

Seabiscuit Wrote: Jan 12, 2013 1:36 AM
My DOB in 1924 allowed my teachers to explain that Social Security would destroy the country. She did not call it a Ponsi scheme! She said that: It would deceive workers by believing that the government would invest the money better than the workers. It would rob them of experience of saving and investing. The employer's contribution amounted to forcing employers to raise their wages. ... And all of the other bad things that are happening because of the unconstitutional transfer of wealth (theft) from the workers to other people. Teachers may no longer mention the Constitution and their right to carry arms to defend themselves and protect others (a civic duty of the militia). At what age do the students become eligible?
Dr Driessen keeps telling us the our sustainable energy efforts will murder more people in more miserable and unnecessary ways the Hitler and Stalin in their whole lives did. And all because of the radiation properties of Carbon Dioxide. The unscientific models of the atmosphere used do not consider the effects of gravity on carbon-dioxide vs oxygen and nitrogen. The atmosphere's 14.7 lbs/sq.in. totally masks the radiation properties of CO2. The claim that CO2 today is 360/180 th of the atmosphere a century ago is based upon the most primitive measurements inaccuracies.
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The Great Tax Divide

Seabiscuit Wrote: Sep 20, 2012 2:19 AM
We need to be sure that all those forty-seven percent understand that continuation of Obama's generosity will soon fail with catastrophic results for them... and the world. Federal tax revenues are about to dry up. The effects of all of Obama's mistakes are crippling the rest of the world. They are feeling the results. Oddly, it seems that all of Obama's activities have had unexpected counter effects. Reasonably competent managers may be successful if a few of their acts are successful. If someone tells you they have never had an unexpected failure they have either done nothing or always prevaricate. Regulations yet to be exposed will multiply ...
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How Obama Is Trashing the Constitution

Seabiscuit Wrote: Sep 19, 2012 12:45 AM
Has Barack Obama done anything that does not violate the Constitution of the United States? Has he ever told the truth about anything? Some instructions received in the past (88-12)= 76 years warned of the risks of consequences of associating with charlatans. If it seems too good to be true it probably is .....
The invasion of Charlotte by charlatans. Ouch!
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Obama's Dreams

Seabiscuit Wrote: Sep 04, 2012 2:45 PM
The last sentence "If he has the rhetorical skills to inspire the same confidence in himself by others, then you have the ingredients for national disaster." simply fails to recognize the immense worldwide catastrophe that the United States (President) has created in the past three years. Those who are not paying taxes will probably suffer more than the current taxpaying supporters of governments. Repeating losing bets on the theory that there must be a winning chance is deliberate destruction (failure).
Daniel J. Mitchell, You have shown the fault of violating the tenth amendment to the Constitution. Recently, Obama was reported as complaining that he needed the freedom to ignore the Congress as well as the Constitution. Here we see the risk and truth of "The Road to Serfdom" by Hayek. Some of us have spent the time of the war with Germany and Japan in military service. Churchill and Patton were quite right in wanting to to take out Stalin while we were about it. The "Cold War" should have been over when the first trip by United States citizens to the Moon was completed. Several years after that, a Russian submarine was salvaged from an extremely deep part of the Pacific ocean. The truth about Project Jennifer should be told, now!
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Christie the Prophet

Seabiscuit Wrote: Apr 21, 2012 3:58 PM
Who is telling us that the consequences of the national bankruptcy caused by wasteful entitlements will be far more painful to the receivers of entitlements than having those entitlements reduced or ended while a productive economy continues to create wealth for constructive individuals? Who says that graduated income taxes are the evil? The results of violating the Constitution of the United States's bars against government transferring money from one person to other people appear in the creation of great income ratios between the most productive and the least productive individuals. The next great evil introduced during my childhood was the minimum wage laws. What are the effects of such unwise rules in the coming bankruptcy? ????
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