Harder To Undo

Why do I keep hearing that it’s harder to undo something after it has become law? Just repeal it. Yeah. That’s all you’ve got to do. It’s really just that simple. Why instead don’t they just go ahead and admit that they don’t want to do it. I think it should be easier to undo it because you don’t have to “craft” the bill first. Again, just repeal it. I mean after all do you want to be the one who repeals welfare? I do.

Am I a racist yet? If you said yes I believe you might be the racist. First off, what race am I? Do you know. I don’t believe I have ever revealed that information here. Second, do you think that everyone on welfare is of a certain race? Oohh, I’m making you think, huh? Back to the task at hand, all laws are repealable. Even if it says in it that it is not repealable. If you repeal it it is no longer law. Now have you broken the law? Perhaps when it was a law but it is no longer. So what now?

I read somewhere that in the first year of the reign of King Barry that forty thousand laws were made. Don’t know if that’s true. Don’t even know how to go about checking it. But if it’s even half-true that’s about thirty thousand too many laws. We need to get back to basics. We need to start with the Constitution again. If this country is to survive we the people have to take control back.

Through peer pressure and inflation and many other devices the powers that be have put the family in a bad position. Both parents must work to afford the McMansion and two foreign cars in the garage. So the children are shuffled off to gubmint schools to be taught the golden rule (He who has the gold makes the rules).

The American people are being systematically taxed out of existence and everyone is worried about whether or not they have as much as their neighbor. Wake up folks! Let’s take this country back. Remember Jefferson, who I’ll paraphrase, when the people fear the gubmint there is tyranny, when the gubmint fears the people there is liberty.


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One Response to “Harder To Undo”

  1. Joseph A Nagy Jr Says:

    so true.

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