Seasoned Greetings

by Steve MacDonald

The Holidays are upon us.  It’s that special time of year when atheism gets more Constitutional religious freedom than any actual religion, the lefts devotion to separation of church and state does not prevent union government employees from enjoying paid days off for…religious holidays, and we get to remind ourselves that what believing in a power greater than yourself really means is trusting a godless government that fears no power greater than itself to act as our moral compass.

I don’t have to give you examples, the social and economic decline that has paralleled my life (at least) is evident all around us….but I will anyway.

SO let us give thanks for Obama phones, IPAB, Food stamps, out of state college kids deciding who will represent you in government, abortion and contraception, the stampede of doctors away from the profession, fiscal cliffs, higher taxes, fewer jobs, more regulation, the decline of rich white guys, and all the hypocrisy that goes with all of it.

Amen.

By the way.  Don’t forget to go to DCCC.org and check out the Democrats Thanksgiving cheat sheet. You’ll actually have to look at a previous years version as there does not seem to be a new one for 2012–I couldn’t find it.  (Wrote about last years here and 2010 here).  Of course the DCCC Cheat Sheet was never about being thankful.  It was about reminding relatives why they never spend time with the mocking birds who parrot its drivel.

 

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  • http://www.facebook.com/timothy.horrigan Timothy Horrigan

    Speaking of the Constitution, the federal constitution does not allow states to secede, and the NH constitution explicitly states that New Hampshire is one of the United States of America. So please shut the **** up about secession, unless perhaps if one of our 424 state legislators introduces an actual secession resolution in the NH legislature. And even then, don’t be shocked if such a resolution is vehemently opposed.

    • nhsteve

      Secession? Where in this post do I talk about secession?

      ?

      • C. dog e. doG

        He’s off his medication and on another rant. Let’s see where this one goes.
        – C. dog

    • granitegrok

      Yo, Timmy! Last time I looked, the NH Constitution’s Article 10 talks about revolution:

      ” Government being instituted for the common benefit, protection, and
      security, of the whole community, and not for the private interest or
      emolument of any one man, family, or class of men; therefore, whenever
      the ends of government are perverted, and public liberty manifestly
      endangered, and all other means of redress are ineffectual, the people
      may, and of right ought to reform the old, or establish a new
      government. The doctrine of nonresistance against arbitrary power, and
      oppression, is absurd, slavish, and destructive of the good and
      happiness of mankind.”

      Doesn’t this imply that secession would necessarily be a part of that? Or is this one of those “inconvenient” clauses that doesn’t mean anything? And Timothy? Isn’t Mer right – that much of the US Constitution is ignored as the much of the major legislation passed at the Federal level are out side of the enumerated powers? Another question for you, Timothy : are you a firm and adamant supporter of the philosophy of Federalism?

  • mer

    Timmy, this topic is not about secession, so why are you bringing it up?

    Speaking of the Constitution there are a lot of things in there that limit what the Federal Government is supposed to be doing; doesn’t seem to stop them from doing them, does it?

  • Luke

    “It’s that special time of year when atheism gets more Constitutional religious freedom than any actual religion”

    Excuse me, but freedom of religion includes freedom FROM religion. Atheism is as much of a religion as off is a TV channel.

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