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Jul 192014
 

Politicians here have not even figured out how yet to implement their new law requiring us to pay for everybody else’s health care, and already people are clamoring to legalize drugs that are, at the very least, hazardous to their health.

The good people of Colorado and Washington state can now buy and smoke pot without violating state laws. The movement to do so is spreading among other states like a hot tropical virus through a detention facility on the Mexican border.

I, for one, have never really cared one way or the other if people choose to smoke pot. My experience is that it appears to make most people dumber and slower. But it also seems to make some people happy and fall asleep, which I view as a real positive. Especially the part about putting them to sleep.

But I certainly don’t think that my long-developed and strongly held views against using drugs should be inflicted upon other people to whom I have no responsibility. Nor do I believe that someone else’s devotion to a weed pipe in any way impinges upon some high morals or precious views that I might hold.

I don’t like cats. But I don’t want to outlaw cats.

Here is the thing that really bothers me now. Go ahead and smoke all the dope you want to. But why is it that I have to now pay these people’s health care bills, which are going to be much higher now that it is legal for them and their children to suck dangerous carcinogens down their windpipes?

With all the caterwauling we have heard for years from the nanny state do-gooders over the dangers of smoking tobacco and eating crappy food, where is the outrage now? There may be plenty of debate about whether smoking marijuana is more dangerous than smoking tobacco. But nobody who isn’t a hopeless pothead is arguing it is less dangerous.

Already, studies show a rise in pot-related fatal car wrecks in Colorado.

Where are you, Michael Bloomberg? Why isn’t the first lady donning spandex and jumping up and down about this? Let’s move!

It is the same reason we are now forced to know all about this outfit called Hobby Lobby. Hobby Lobby is a small, arts and crafts chain store run by Christians who, shockingly, have religious views on such topics as when human life begins.

The Supreme Court has issued a very minor and limited ruling on an obscure issue saying that, no, the government cannot force Christian employers to pay for birth control that destroys human embryos — an act that, according to their religious beliefs, is murder.

War on women! How dare the Supreme Court and the federal government invade the bathrooms and bedrooms of American women!

Let us not forget that the only reason the Supreme Court and all the rest of us are in this predicament is because we got forced into the bathroom at knifepoint when politicians passed a law making us pay for everybody else’s health care!

It really is a vintage Washington compromise.

This ever-compromising lot of rotten politicians have once again managed to consider both sides of the political spectrum and pick the very worst aspects from both sides.

From the left, they picked endless spending and morally hazardous policies that encourage bad behavior. And from the right, they picked insufferable moralizing by forcing taxpayers into suddenly caring very deeply about what everybody else is doing behind closed doors in their bedrooms, bathrooms and basements.

It is just what happens when the government forces people to pay for everybody else’s health care. Taxpayers suddenly have a real investment in other people’s bad habits. Suddenly, we have to sully ourselves with the business of how other people flush their hot mistakes from their fetid wombs.

Now a jackass doing wheelies down the highway on his motorcycle with firecrackers hanging out of his pants and an infected nose ring dangling down over his greasy goatee is suddenly my business. I am forced to hope it is just a clean kill and the meat wagon carries him directly to the funeral home.

I am not moralizing here. It is just plain and simple mathematics, now that I am paying the bills.

Charles Hurt can be reached at charleshurt@live.com, and on Twitter @charleshurt.

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May 112014
 

This is mainly to you Miss “Wise Latina” as they call you, and to the rest of the court. A court, I might add, that has yet to do their job as it was envisioned by the founders of this once great nation. I guess I should clarify my opinion of you activist jurists. You see, not a one of you is doing your job! You are supposed to be at least familiar with the Constitution of the United States and the Amendments it contains as well as the Federalist Papers which support and explain this great document. It seems that not only are you not familiar but you haven’t even read any of

English: Title page of the first printing of t...

English: Title page of the first printing of the Federalist Papers. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

the a fore mentioned documents. How sad. You see, it’s like this. When you don the Robes of so high an office, you are supposed to leave your bias and opinions as well as your ideology at home. You don’t issue “opinions”, you issue “Decisions”! When you issue an opinion I run because that shows me, and the rest of the US bias and political agenda. That is not allowed on this court. There is no such thing as “I wish it was like this” or “I think I will change it for the greater good”. It doesn’t exist where the Constitution is concerned.  It is time that you were called to task for your treason and removed from the bench.

Lets start this weeks rant with the latest “Opinion” by the court. One that most of the court got right but you Sottomayor and your other Socialist/Progressive idiots like Kagen got very very wrong.  In  Town of Greece, NY v. Galloway (12-696), you cited some very stupid things in your dissenting opinion. So lets start with some history. What was the main reason that our first amendment was written?  I guess you would have to have read it and read some history books to get an idea of it.  It was written to allow for religious freedom and prevent the Congress, the law making body, from making a state church and the President the head of such church short and sweet, the first half anyway. Here it is, “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof, ” . You will notice that there is no “establishment” clause, 1 nor does it even have the word endorse anywhere in the text.  What does it mean? Well for you so misinformed ideologues I will explain.  It means just what it says. Anyone from the President down to the homeless ditch digger, from judges to soldiers, every single person has the right to practice their religion as they wish and there is no one on the face of this earth that has the right to tell them otherwise period! It means that the only law making body in the United States cannot make a state religion and force us to be a part!  Can a Teacher or a Cop or a Congressman “endorse one sect or another? Hell yes! all that is prohibited is Congress making laws to the contrary. Can the Pentagon or some Liberal in Congress stop a military Chaplin from saying Jesus? Hell No! If the Congress or small town wants to open a meeting with a prayer, that’s allowed PERIOD! If there’s a cross on public land can the Atheists force you to take it down? HELL NO! Can a Government entity be seen to endorse a religion? Yes! Plain and simple.  Why is it that something so simple is always colored with non existent principles and words? Look, the Constitution is not a living breathing document. It doesn’t change with time. It is written in stone. But the founders knew time would march on as it does and within the Constitution are simple ( but very difficult to achieve on purpose) instructions on how to change it. If you don’t like what the Constitution says than follow the instructions and try to change it. Whether you like it or not we live in a Constitutional Representative Republic. If you don’t like it, than leave or die. I don’t care which. Just stop going against the will of the founders and the people.

Don’t get me started on the Un-Constitutional Roe v Wade or the ACA, I don’t have enough time left to destroy your arguments on those. Just two more examples for your idiocy and lack of regard for the people and the Constitution. But, be sure I will get to them again and again until you are removed or resign or die. This is our country and we will not let you change it into Cuba or Russia or some muslim state. We will not let you force us to accept things that go against our Religious teachings period. We will not let you destroy what has worked for over 200 years just to make you feel better.  You want to understand what the Constitution really means? you don’t have to study it for 50 years like I did, just enroll in Hillsdale  Constitution 101. It’s online and free.

This weeks rant and I’m sticking to it.

—Publius

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  1. Yes I know, Establishment is in there, but it is not as a clause, it is part of the Congress shall make no law clause. Get it right you idiots! []
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Apr 202014
 

A glass of wine after work or a cold beer during the game can be nice in moderation, but excessive drinking can lead to

Logo of TRICARE, the health care plan for the ...

Logo of TRICARE, the health care plan for the United States military. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

more destructive behaviors. April is National Alcohol Awareness month, a great time to take a sobering look at the excessive alcohol consumption within the military community. The Dietary Guidelines for Americans define moderate alcohol consumption as having up to one drink a day for women and up to two drinks a day for men. Binge drinking is generally considered having an excess of drinks at one occasion or event; that is five or more drinks at a time for men and four or more drinks for women. Excessive drinking is a form of alcohol abuse and can create a number of short- and long-term health and safety risks, such as increased risk of injuries, violence, drowning, liver disease, and some types of cancer. If alcohol is a “go-to” source of comfort when dealing with stress, boredom or loneliness, then there may be cause for concern. To help beneficiaries deal with alcohol abuse, TRICARE has an alcohol awareness program that aims to prevent alcohol misuse and/or abuse. TRICARE’s “That Guy” campaign is a multi-media initiative, created specifically for the military community. That Guy encourages young enlisted personnel not to binge drink, by highlighting what’s at stake when they do. Learn more about That Guy, visit: www.thatguy.com. By taking early prevention steps, and drinking responsibly, alcohol doesn’t have to become a destructive force. For more information on TRICARE’s alcohol awareness initiatives visit: www.tricare.mil/alcoholawareness.

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