Eminent Domain And The IRS Commissioners Health Plan

Commenting on City Ponders Eminent Domain To Justify Mass Buy Of Underwater Home Mortgages,
Vigilant says:
Aug. 2, 2013, 8:19 a.m.
Here’s another one for the Supreme Court, and it doesn’t bode well for the Constitution. Kelo vs. New London, Connecticut already resulted in a raping of the Fifth Amendment regarding seizures of property by the government. In that case, the activist judges on the left succeeded in finding for the city when it wanted to condemn local, privately owned property purely for the reason to allow a developer to build new residences.

Might as well get used to the death of private property, the protection of which is ostensibly the primary mission of government. The existence of property taxes points out that we don’t own property any more, the government does. As long as we pay "rent" on that property, it won’t be seized from us.


Commenting on Watch: IRS Commissioner Says He Doesn’t Want To Switch To An Obamacare Health Plan,
Bill says:
Aug. 2, 2013, 9:18 a.m.
Obamacare was sold to us under the pretense of insuring the poor and people with pre-existing conditions. That could have been accomplished very easily by creating a program in Medicare and making people qualify.

But nooo…. They had to reinvent the wheel. It’s like building the Queen Mary to sail to Catalina.

And now, the same people that created and voted for obamacare are applying for exemptions. That is a good sign of how effective this system will be when the creators won’t participate.

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  • Warrior

    And now the gubmint wants to get in on the “house flipping” bidness. Good grief.

    • JLouisK

      It’s not the gubmint (sic), it’s the greedy corporations who run the the gubmint (sic).