Thursday, June 28, 2007

Today your voice was heard.

Today your voice was heard. The United States Senate, the United States government, our government tried to circumvent us. As Abraham Lincoln stated the government is to be of the people, by the people, for the people. This concept does not seem to be very appetizing to members of the Senate who would shove amnesty for illegal immigrants down our throats.

The important thing is that they serve us, not the other way around. The Senate's desire to sneak these measures in against the will of the people has resulted in the loss of our trust.

Despite recent, insulting remarks made by members of the Senate (racist, nationalist, etc.) the real problem that the Senate had is that they faced an informed public. They faced a public that knew this bill would grant overnight amnesty, would forgive back taxes, would not secure the border and so on. Not only does this go against common sense it goes against the basic Constitutional right of equal protection under the law. Don't believe me? Ask yourself, if you skip filing taxes and do not pay for a few years will your tax bill be forgiven?

I expect that there will be measures in the future to shield the Senate from our communiation. I expect the Senate will try to sneak measures of this bill in under our noses. Be vigilant.

Next up, let's kill the "Fairness Doctrine."

1 comment:

Van Helsing said...

Shamnesty crashing proves that for all its flaws, our system works. It will stop working when we stop keeping a very close eye on Washington and screaming at the top of our lungs when the bureaucrats try to screw us over.