Thursday, January 17, 2013

states right to die

STATES RIGHT TO DIE

The chest beating and assorted flag waving continues uninterrupted over the silly circus about the coming semi-auto ban. Not that I want to see it, but the barely veiled threats over revolution is just preposterous. Where were you when your neighbors kids were taken away by social services because the home was not 100% grid-tied and approved? Where were you when a friend had all his assets stolen by law enforcement under an “accidental” read address drug raid and it was cheaper to surrender everything he owned than hire a lawyer? Where were you when fellow citizens were sent to Syria for torture and kept in Gitmo? Where was your outrage when it was declared there was no longer a need for trials or charges against citizens and indefinite jail terms the norm? Don’t give me your schuck and jive BS. You’ll cave with whatever dictates Obammy decides regarding guns. But, be that as it may, the whole circular noise making over the guns did lead me to question the often unremarked difference in state laws verses federal laws. No one misses the Amendment banning alcohol nationally, but no fuss is raised as counties or states ban the substance completely. And no one cares if New York City has stricter gun control than Soviet Russian. Why should we care? Let the worthless puke liberal politically correct Yankee Scum die at the hands of criminals and cops. If they are fecal stain stupid enough to live in that Ground Zero, Darwin selection at its best. But let any mention of national gun control be raised and the cries of injustice are deafening.

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So, the feds picking and choosing which laws to allow escape clauses to has so far worked beautifully. It pretty much has been a safety valve. Let the Second Amendment advocates move to, say, Wyoming, and the rest of the country sees plenty of gun restrictions pass. Without much fuss at all ( plus, pay a dumbass like Rush to blame all the ills caused by central bank control, mercantilism policies and fascism on the Democrats being in charge and suddenly you have free reign to rule Constitution free and no one says anything ). So, given that safety valve for the bankers, how about thinking about another one? The states rights safety valve. We all hate the federal government, mostly for being a prison bitch crack whore for the bankers ( we don’t so much mind the corruption and incompetence as that is expected and works in our favor for easier evasion ). So each and everyone of us will eagerly embrace any hint of the FedGov granting more rights to the states. Well, actually, surrendering the rights they stole un-Constitutionally in the first place, but at this time I won’t go off on a pro-Southern rant again. This could just be the way the gun controllers defuse the so called rebellion. But it would also be the way they hump us all by reneging on all their financial promises.

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Already, a lot of mandates from the Feds are unfunded. Remember the big to-do over the universal ID the feds wanted? The states didn’t care if it was illegal, they just didn’t want to get stuck with the bill. That is just the surface of the iceberg. If the feds were to start appointing semi-autonomous status to states ( after conflict bloody or otherwise ), you can bet your Social Security pay stub that all the fed promises would be null and void. Military pensions, Social Security, Medicare, Section 8, Food Stamps, everything. No longer the feds problem, they wash their hands of the new somewhat free non-citizens. It seems far more likely that the feds promises will broken by hyper-inflation, but you never know. It might be far better for them to downsize like the Soviet Union did. Look at all the regions only alive because of transfer payments, places such as rural New Mexico, the Appalachians, the Yankee Rust Belt. Well, pretty much everywhere outside the coastal mega-cities. For awhile now, the feds mailed in money and the citizens consumed from big box stores conveniently located an hours drive away. The corporations were happy, the law enforcement community was happy ( since crack needed to be dealt for spending money ) and the bankers were happy over the new loans needed to float the welfare state. Alas, since 2005/2007 there is no longer the money around for such generosity. As we descend faster and deeper into the financial crap pit, something will have to be done to triage the spending.

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If consumers can no longer afford the gas to get to the stores to buy the crap that kept trade going globally, and if local governments go bankrupt as the feds fail to bail them out so there are fewer law enforcement officers, and if the bank now needs to loan the feds MORE than the interest payments on past debt, well then the whole financial plan is unworkable. The welfare state, which kept civil unrest at bay, is underfunded now and it will only get worse. If the printing presses don’t roll ( and there is no guarantee they will since that could crash the system ) then the states will gain their freedom back. Along with NO fed money of any sort. Which is the only thing keeping most states afloat. A win-win for the feds, a lose for all the rest of us. If you think about it, this being a far worse case scenario than a mere inconvenience that crushing inflation is, I think it makes sense to fear this much more. If you aren’t paranoid enough, you will be in for a surprise.

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2 comments:

  1. Next week it's climbing near 40 degrees out there! Night time temps getting into the double digits! Watch out for heat exhaustion!

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  2. Lord Bison of the Great Basin;

    Thank You for the delicious idea that the feds would renege on all financial promises in exchange for unlimited freedom in the semi-autonomous free states. I would gladly trade my future pension from my employer for the freedom granted by cutting the bankers loose. I can start over by growing crops and raising stock without the concern that those Missouri douche-fags Monsanto, would be sending their Xe bully-boys after my agricultural concern and doing well because I don't have to compete with the bankster backed agra-giants, so I'll win and they can continue to sell their putrid trash to the idiots on both coasts. If only logic would rule the day instead of the insanity distributed from the federalist swamp of tidewater trash. Scared of a Ban on anything, perish the thought, most of the founders wrote that any intelligent person should ignore unjust law, as time goes by the respect that they purport to possess keeps eroding at a steady clip. Revolution NO, Independence YES! Keep Keeping it Real James!

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