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Michael Moore on money: "That's not theirs, that's a national resource, that's ours."

What a derp. Michael Moore says that we've allowed a vast majority of cash to be concentrated in the hands of just a few people. We've allowed it? Really? Who are these magical fairy regulators that say who can earn what and when?

He says that the money of these wealthy few does not belong to them, that it's a national resource and belongs to the collective. When I go to work, I earn a paycheck. I am not allowed my wages, my wages are due to me as the result of the effort put into my job. Now he wants to take a portion of that money and redistribute that to others that have not earned it without my consent? There's a word for that dude; that's theft.

Look at this on a smaller scale. He has the audacity to think he knows how you should best use your income? While it would be morally upstanding to help others that have less than you, there is no obligation to do so. For some reason, he thinks there is. But he's talking about the wealthy, not little ol' middle-class me, right? He focuses on the top earners, but even those in the middle-class could be called wealthy by those that have less. Where is that line drawn? It's a slippery slope.




Bryan Miller demonstrates proper handling of a firearm

Yes, that is sarcasm in my voice.

The four laws of gun safety:

  1. The gun is always loaded
  2. Never point a gun at something you are not prepared to destroy
  3. Always be sure of your target and what is behind it
  4. Keep your finger off the trigger until your are on the target

Now take a look at fervent gun control advocate Bryan Miller of CeaseFire NJ.  How many laws does he break? (Hint: ">Answer below)


Answer: Pretty much all of them.

Congress can now regulate thoughts, justified by the Commerce Clause

Hat tip to for leading me to this post at . Not even your thoughts are safe from the all-encompassing Commerce Clause...

That seems to be the import of the  by federal Judge Gladys Kessler in upholding the Obamacare mandate in a suit brought by a group of private plaintiffs in Mead v. Holder (pg. 45, emphasis mine):

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by Dr. Radut