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Simpering Ninny Alert

December 4, 2010 2 comments

Somebody dig up the Commerce Clause. I don’t think it says what they think it says. Meddling pussies:

A child nutrition bill on its way to President Barack Obama — and championed by the first lady [whose ass looks like two bulldogs fighting in a gunny sack-ed.]— gives the government power to limit school bake sales and other fundraisers that health advocates say sometimes replace wholesome meals in the lunchroom.

This whole health kick thing with kids pisses me off. We’ve created an underclass of government dependents, and we are surprised their kids are fatasses, so the government takes over as their parents. I’m a parent. I’ve stood in line at Krogers behind these erstwhile citizens and watched them “buy” shitloads of chips and soda and Little Debbies Sugar Puffs while I wait to actually pay for shit. I’ve stood there with my “Buy one, get one” ground beef while these fucks load up on steaks and brand names that are out of my budgetary league. We subsidize sloth and gluttony, take away the financial penalties for adultery and out of wedlock birth, and then complain that these little bastards have a brownie. Food Stamps should be good for white bread, milk, peanut butter, ramen noodles, bologna, and fresh veggies. No frozen stuff, no unprocessed meat, no sugars, no snacks.

II Thessalonians 3:10-“He who does not work, neither shall he eat.”

There’s more compassion in that simple verse than in all the Food Stamps and school lunch programs ever drafted.

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Halfway There

December 4, 2010 Leave a comment

Sen. Tom Coburn made an impassioned speech to the recent Debt and Deficit Commission wherein he outlined many of the problems facing us.  Even he, conservative hero, doesn’t quite get it.  For example, we as a Republic have no obligation to assist the downtrodden.  That is the duty of Churches and Families.  But, in true Gramscian fashion, those institutions have become anathema to a government that is more self-preserving perpetual motion machine than servant to the People.  We are, after all, “No longer a Christian nation”. And the Family is an impediment to the absolute power of our betters, and needs to be taught its place.

Still, it’s worth watching.

 

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