09 November 2009

H.R. 3962.pdf affordable health care for america act passes house 220 - 215

affordable health care for america act click here to download our copy of the 1990 page .pdf [3.27 mb]
click here to go to the library of congress for the latest version

house roll call vote #887 07 november 2009

anh cao was the only congressman from louisiana to vote aye

wow. if you cant tell that the america we always took for granted has been taken from us and turned into something totally foreign and if it wasnt so, then look no further than H.R. 3962. how could anything like this -- if america was still america -- be filed much less pass?

if it passes the senate and who knows it might -- all americans essentially become wards of the state.

it's because the united states supreme court in 1942 chose to fraudulently interpret the commerce clause in wickard v filburn and the feds as well as the several states have went along with it ever since. it boils down to the feds can regulate everything through the commerce clause because everything you do affects interstate commerce. and probably soon if not already -- global commerce.

most people havent realized this yet and so when they see things like:
What happens if you "willfully" do not buy insurance?

Prosecution is authorized under the Code for a variety of offenses. Depending on the level of the noncompliance, the following penalties could apply to an individual:

• Section 7203 – misdemeanor willful failure to pay is punishable by a fine of up to $25,000 and/or imprisonment of up to one year.

• Section 7201 – felony willful evasion is punishable by a fine of up to $250,000 and/or imprisonment of up to five years.” [page 3] ~ democrats pass health care bill in the middle of the night
they wonder how can this be?

any state that wants to refuse it can do so (the county sheriff's have a major role to play according to this one) but then they run the risk of losing federal money which thanks to rulings like the above and the administrative rules that have grown up around them -- the feds dont have to return money to the states unless the states comply with federal regulations, even though its own citizens paid into the federal system in the first place.

so the citizens are going to have to decide if its worth it or not to continue paying federal taxes. that ought to be a real interesting debate. that's if anyone even has any money left to pay taxes with in the first place.

gold set another record high today with the dollar still wobbling. countries around the world are unplugging themselves from the dollar and switching to some other currency or buying gold - like india.

its like the government is trying with all its might to foment a revolution like what the trends research institute forecaster gerald celente has been saying all along. we'll have to see if he adds this vote to his lits of shots already fired in the 2nd american revolution.