ACA could be Tipton’s Achilles’ heel

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When speaking of hobgoblins and little minds, good old leftist “Baghdad Bill” Grant – apparently a not-too-distant ideological relative of the more famous “Baghdad Bob”—should look in a mirror.
I see nobody has commented yet, so it looks as though Grant is howling into the wind. Maybe everybody is as bored by collectivist “know-it-all-ism” as I am.
As an aside, I consider Scott Tipton to be irrelevant to this discussion because if it were not for the combination general GOP wussiness and “white-guilt” stupidity a constitutionally ineligible hard core Marxist would not be currently inhabiting the White House. Democrats and Republicans desperately need each other.
Perhaps the silver lining (if there is one) to Grant’s lame offerings is that Sentinel readers get to see first hand what wannabe-clever collectivist propaganda looks and sounds like: pure illogic. What Grant calls the “Republicans’ worst nightmare” is self-evidently precisely the opposite: it’s the Democrats’ worst nightmare.
In the very same paper as this week’s Grant column, we have Feinstein and Udall complaining about the illegal control-freak spying behavior of the CIA. Of course, there is not one word about economics-and-politics-based agenda behind the all the unconstitutional spying.
We need to remember a few things. First, the one and only self-ownership-based defense an individual has against the price of something being too high (aka “unaffordable”) is the moral and constitutional right to not buy it – notwithstanding John Roberts’ treasonous language-torturing “interpretation” of the U.S. Constitution, I might add.
The second thing we need to remember is that the ongoing currency collapse (aka “currency wars”) is specifically designed to confiscate the assets of the middle class. That agenda is working perfectly as planned. People are losing their jobs and homes and moving in with Grandma to live off her Social Security disability.
As Baghdad Bill speaks, the economy is shrinking before our very eyes. So who are we going to believe, Baghdad Bill or our own lying eyes?
As for the so-called “immigration reform” issue, it is also self-evident that the American Dream, as it has always been contemplated by the so-called “swarms” (see David Brooks’ column right next to Baghdad Bill’s) of the hoi polloi, simply cannot survive the importation of 30 million new pro-”freebie” (aka “Democrat”) voters. As I said, the global debt-as-money oligarchs’ plan to confiscate the assets of the middle class (thereby eliminating America’s middle class) is proceeding right on schedule, thanks in part to the determined support of the likes of Baghdad Bill.
Lastly, raising the so-called “minimum” (a close cousin of “affordable”) wage only raises the prices of consumer goods, which, in turn, means that fewer of them will be sold and some small businesses will shut down.
Ain’t logic wunnerful?!

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