Thursday, June 28, 2012

GrokTV Event: Brookfield Planning Board – presentation on “Sustainable Communities Initiative” – Part 3

by Skip June 28, 2012

In addition to Ken Eyring and Eileen Mashimo testifying to the Brookfield Planning Board, NH State Representative Lou Vida was also present and asked if he could speak as well: After the testimonies were given, the Board went into their official session – and promptly started asking questions (after the jump):

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A new name for Obamacare? And other Obamacare random thoughts

by Skip June 28, 2012

A little thing, perhaps, but this caught my eye over at Betsy’s Page: Now that Obamacare has become Obamatax… After all, the Supremes (a la Chief Justice Roberts made it so) have made it simply a taxing offense (“According to the CBO, the Obamatax may amount to $1.7 trillion over a decade.”)… ******* A friend […]

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GrokTV Event: GSPLPAC presents Rosa Koire on Agenda 21 – Parts 1 & 2

by Skip June 28, 2012

Tuesday night, the Granite State Patriot Liberty PAC presented Rosa Koire, author of the book “BEHIND THE GREEN MASK: U.N. Agenda 21” – The Agenda for the 21st Century Sustainable Development. She spent two hours talking about how zoning laws have been targeted by those wishing implement mandatory high density housing, the community data compiled […]

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Here’s the “Obamacare – I won’t raise your taxes” Tax over which Mr. Obama will send Mr. IRS to chat with you

by Skip June 28, 2012

“Under my plan, no one who makes less than $200,000, you will not see an increase in your taxes” – President Obama Here’s the financial penalty TAX box future that Mr. IRS will be showing you if you decide that buy healthcare insurance is not in your future.  You may try the latter but you […]

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Quick Thought on the Supreme Decision on Obamacare

by Skip June 28, 2012

Updated Thought:  Roberts is getting a lot of grief for siding with the Liberal Supremes and finding that Obamacare was Constitutional under the taxing ability of Congress.  Putting aside the argument that the tax language originated in the Senate (instead of the House where Constitutionally it must originate), I’m mulling over the idea, given other […]

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I Could Hardly Be Happier…

by Steve MacDonald June 28, 2012

There were only two outcomes from the Supreme Court that would be useful on the Patiend Affordable Care Act.  Complete repeal, or sustaining ObamaCare essentially unchanged.  The Supreme Court chose the latter, more or less.  And this is fine by me. America hates this bill.  A majority of states hate it.  Independents hate it.  But […]

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Mandate Struck, But Not So Fast.

by Steve MacDonald June 28, 2012

The much anticipated Supreme Court decision on the poorly named Patient Affordable Care Act has arrived.  Poorly written, poorly defended, and now poorly decided. Obamacare cannot be constitutional under the commerce clause.  This strikes the mandate.   But….if it is re-written as a tax, it could pass muster.  So Congress can tax business for its law, […]

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A Brief And Incomplete Veto Override Round Up [Correction]

by Steve MacDonald June 28, 2012

The fate of Obama-Care and the Holder Contempt vote , and all the discussion and speculation that follows, will probably wash out everything else today.  Before that happens I want to take a few minutes to comment briefly on yesterday’s veto overrides. I have written at great length on all these subjects and you can […]

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