Hypocrisy at the Top

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Here’s a partial list of those exempted from Obamacare: Barack Obama and his family, Congress and their families, the Justice Dept. and their families, the Supreme Court and their families, the Federal judges and their families, and over 1200 corporations and unions. Guess who is not exempted. That’s right. YOU.

And why do none of them want to have Obamacare? Ok, I hope you don’t have to be told what’s been going on here. This isn’t George Bush’s fault. This is all on Obama’s watch, every bit of it. He is almost constantly in campaign mode and tells you how bad government is because he can’t get anything done. He is lying at almost every turn, and has always done so in his highly public political life. This is not politics as usual, either.

This is Chicago-styled back-room-deal bad government in which the President really is transforming America, and doing much to damage our economy, our freedoms, and our standing in the world as the last best refuge on Earth. And he has done so more than any other president in the past six to eight decades. If you can name one, then do so, and support your choice with an intelligent justification.

Those who have lived long enough to have witnessed in office over half a dozen presidents will know what I mean, that this one named Obama “just ain’t right.” It takes a while in life to get a perspective on the reality that is written into the history books and what things were really like; how other presidents and their policies affected the people, the wealthy, those getting by just fine, and those who, for whatever reason, weren’t thriving. The words out of a politician’s mouth are not the reason to support a person as a leader. Their actions must tell you who they really are.

From Barry, to Lois, to Hillary, to Holder, to Pelosi, to Reid, to Frank, to “Chicago Blago,” to the Georgia Democrat Representative Hank Johnson who doesn’t even know that Guam isn’t floating, that it cannot be capsized no matter how many people you put on one shore.

SHEESH! What a group of…well, people, who just don’t seem to be able to manage the job they are supposed to be doing, in a way that benefits the people generally, and allows them the freedom to choose their own course in life, instead of the lifestyle a government teaches, then forces upon you.

But now we have all of Congress and all these other ring-kissing groups exempt from this train wreck of Obamacare. Never before were you or I forced to purchase something by the government. And the insult of insults is that this requirement will be enforced by the tax collector.



When is it enough Socialism, enough tyranny? When? How much must you adapt in order to suit the whims and penalties of mother government until you realize that you are no longer in control of your own life and your own destiny? How long must we allow a government to do whatever it wishes to us, while it bestows upon itself the fruits of a lifestyle that far exceeds those of the majority of people they were elected to represent.

With the advent of top-down enforced healthcare, and this horrible intrusion on our lives, “Obamacare” — oh, wait…the “Affordable Care Act” — this government, and all of the elitist cream, exempts itself from having to eat the slop they are throwing at us, splashing on us, forcing us to consume. When will you learn that you are the equivalent of an abused child, and it is government that has become the abusing “parent”?



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5 Responses to Hypocrisy at the Top

  1. pst4usa says:

    Very good post J. K. When will we have had enough? When the pain level gets high enough to make people wake up. All of the politicians you named are completely worthless, but who do we have to blame for their power over us….US! We do not work hard enough for good candidates, or even support them enough to bring good people to the table.

    It is extremely rare for government or any human being, for that matter, to give up power; and if we do not send a conservative cavalry to the few principled politicians we have, we will continue down the road to serfdom until we crash.

  2. ladykrystyna says:

    “When is it enough Socialism, enough tyranny? When? How much must you adapt in order to suit the whims and penalties of mother government until you realize that you are no longer in control of your own life and your own destiny? How long must we allow a government to do whatever it wishes to us, while it bestows upon itself the fruits of a lifestyle that far exceeds those of the majority of people they were elected to represent.”

    First of all, great article.

    In answer to your questions – for most people, they will not wake up until they are on their way to the re-education camp. Normalcy bias abounds in this country.

    I think it’s really going to take a collapse to wake people up, and that’s if they aren’t stupid enough to blame the collapse on classical liberalism and the free market.

  3. Brad Nelson Brad Nelson says:

    In answer to your questions – for most people, they will not wake up until they are on their way to the re-education camp. Normalcy bias abounds in this country.

    Where I come from, we call that “The Tarzwell Theorem.” Another member here will have to explain that in full. But I definitely subscribe to it with the caveats that you offered…

    I think it’s really going to take a collapse to wake people up, and that’s if they aren’t stupid enough to blame the collapse on classical liberalism and the free market.

    I know a lot of very smart people who think the housing boom and bust was either the cause of Wall Street or not enough regulation — or both. Makes you want to cry. A good book on the subject is Thomas Sowell’s “The Housing Boom and Bust.”

    • ladykrystyna says:

      Yeah, I’d like someone to explain “The Tarzwell Theorem.” 😀 I tried googling it, but wasn’t finding anything that fit.

      We all know a lot of “smart” people. Apparently they aren’t very smart about economics. Or politics.

      “A good book on the subject is Thomas Sowell’s “The Housing Boom and Bust.””

      I’ll put that on my reading list. 😀

  4. JK says:

    Ladykrystyna, thank you for your kind words. I sincerely would have preferred to have written about pretty clouds or autumn leaves, or ice cream and puppies, but people in government are literally stealing our freedoms and our property, with no end in sight, and defensive commentary is necessary in order to awaken others sleeping through the largest robbery in mankind.

    You said, “In answer to your questions …” and you were correct in referring to normalcy bias. But when I wrote those those questions, they were presented rhetorically, the answers obvious to those who are deeper than a wading pool, and they were more intended to stimulate thought and discussion than require an answer.

    I can probably guess what’s in Thomas Sowell’s book without reading it. He’s a wonderful conservative and explains the human condition well with regard to modern politics and the struggle to achieve and maintain freedom. His book, although I’ve not read it, is almost certainly describing the “war on poverty” that LBJ started, which was a dismal failure, which was followed a while later by the Jimmy Carter movement to get HUD homes, “235s,” subsidized housing for those who couldn’t afford homes, followed later by Bill Clinton’s further push, which set the whole stage for the last act, ushering in an era of mortgages being given to people who could not afford them and should not have had them. All it took was a tiny hiccup in the economy for that fragile house of cards to crumble, and crumble it did. And now, we have a man-child in the Oval office who is keeping America down, because he and his handlers (like Valerie Jarrett) know that they way to maintain power is to keep the populace overly burdened and regulated into dependence.

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