Wednesday, July 11, 2012

The Exaction of Non Use

The politicized decision handed down under the direction of “Chief Justice John Roberts” substantiates the success of 100 years of Progressive political deception and entrenchment within the elected and appointed offices of OUR Federal Governance. The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act is the largest tax legislation ever codified by the Federal Legislature within one statutory bill.

The issue was never about “health care”, it has always been about the Progressives extending the overreach of government by moving under the color of fiscal authority. The premise of Chief Justice John Robert’s decision is first and foremost penned upon the Progressive enacted Corporate Excise Tax on August 5th of 1909 which was subsequently amended by including the infamous tax imposed upon the accretions of wealth distributed to the “individual” under the statutory title “Normal Tax” enacted on October 3rd 1913 by the 63rd Congress.

Now 100 years after the Federal Legislature used fiscal enactment to trespass upon the Substantive Rights of individual Americans, we suffer the ultimate breach, the use of fiscal authority to COMPEL American State Citizens to purchase a product by statutory mandate. The inherent failure of American State Citizens to overcome the Progressive usurpation of limited government sitting under OUR Federal Capitol Dome has put our God Given Liberties in peril.

Today’s Supreme Court decision authenticating that the Federal legislature may use a fiscal authority to command American State Citizens shall buy a product should resonate here in America as the “Shot heard “round the World”.

WE American State Citizens have one clear choice, and that is this electoral season, to vote out the Progressives who sit within the shadows of both major political parties, or we shall truly discover the true meaning of the words penned within the Declaration of Independence from July 4th 1776: “that mankind are more disposed to suffer, while evils are sufferable, than to right themselves by abolishing the forms to which they are accustomed.”

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