Thursday, August 13, 2009

I'M SO MAD ABOUT HEALTHCARE I'M GOING TO SCREAM UNTIL I'M BLUE IN THE FACE !!!

Tee hee hee hee. I couldn't resist that headline, but since I just put up an article on DailyPUMA, I thought I'd put it here, on Daily-PUMA.

2 comments:

Foxwood said...

In 1794, Congress appropriated $15,000 for relief of French refugees who fled from insurrection in San Domingo to Baltimore and Philadelphia, James Madison stood on the floor of the House to object, "I cannot undertake to lay my finger on that article of the Constitution which granted a right to Congress of expending, on objects of benevolence, the money of their constituents."

Constitutional limits on federal power are explained by James Madison in Federalist Paper No. 45: "The powers delegated by the proposed Constitution to the federal government are few and defined... be exercised principally on external objects, as war, peace, negotiation, and foreign commerce."

Thomas Jefferson wrote in a letter to Pennsylvania Representative Albert Gallatin, "Congress has not unlimited powers to provide for the general welfare, but only those specifically enumerated. Whensoever the General Federal Government assumes undelegated powers, its acts are unauthoritative, void, and of no force."

In a speech to the Virginia Ratifying Convention, James Madison said, "The powers of the federal government are enumerated; it can only operate in certain cases; it has legislative powers on defined and limited objects, beyond which it cannot extend its jurisdiction".

So why would healthcare even be an issue?
http://animal-farm.us/taxes/what-is-constitutional-564

Alessandro Machi said...

Probably for the same reason that umemployment benefits, workers comp, and social security are covered by the government.

It is a form of protection against businesses that profit handsomely and leave virtually nothing for their employees.

The new problem is, "who decides" that a company is profiting handsomely, especially nowadays.

ShareThis

John Ziegler on the VIEW talks about his soon to be released 2008 Election Documentary.

PFLEGER, WHITE & ENTITLED SPEECH RIDICULED HILLARY CLINTON BUT IT ACTUALLY FITS CAROLINE KENNEDY.

EVERYDAY I CLICK ON THE IMAGE AND HOPE THAT ONAKALIMA'S VIDEO IS BACK UP, AND EVERY DAY IT IS NOT.

Domestic Violence You Tube Video "Burn it Down" by OnaKalima has been taken down by YouTube!

"BURN IT DOWN" VIDEO HAS BEEN REMOVED BY THE YouTube POLICE!
Message from from the director and first time filmmaker Ona Kalima...

"Thank you for writing to me. I am in the middle of moving, but was getting ready to write to you for help. I received an email that stated that my video had been removed for violating the community guidelines. I looked to the guidelines and couldn't see any I had violated. HELP! We had gotten up to nearly 7,000 views and now we have to start from scratch. I was starting to receive a lot of hate-oriented comments about being a "communist dyke" and stuff like that--what do you think??"

DailyPUMA thinks the PUMA community needs to contact YouTube. Suggestions for the best avenue to do this would be greatly appreciated. What is worse than images depicting violence against woman? Striking down a message about Violence against Woman. Shame on you YouTube for not having more common sense.

PLEASE FAX YouTUBE at 1-650-253-0001 and ask that OnaKalima's "Burn it Down" video be reinstated.

Warning: This Video may Cause you to Spill your Hot Coffee on your Lap.

YouTube Video found via The Confluence & Nimja.

From Annie Sweetie Oakley

All in the Family and Archie Bunker's Place.

All in the Family ran from 1971 to 1979 and featured Jean Stapleton and Carroll O'Connor as the wife and husband. All in the Family ended its run in 1979 but the show continued under the name Archie Bunkers Place, which then ran from 1979 to 1983. In the new version, Jean Stapleton has died and Archie Bunker now runs a bar.

In real life, Carroll O'Connor passed on in 2001, Jean Stapleton is still alive.

I saw Jean Stapleton in a movie last night called "A Matter of Sex". A Matter of Sex is a modern day (early 80's) suffragettes movie revolving around 8 women who went on strike because their bank would not promote them or pay them in line with their male counterparts.

Suddenly I saw the additional irony being played out in real life.

Jean Stapleton, who is still alive, was killed off in Archie Bunker's Place, whereas Carroll O'Connor, who passed on in 2001, outsurvived Jean Stapleton in the television show.

In fact, Carroll O'Connor would get another television series as well. However, Jean Stapleton could never use her famous character Edith because Edith had been killed off.

This is another example of a male getting to prolong and extend his career while the woman co-star role is prematurely snuffed out and can no longer be used by her for the rest of her career.

Invasion of the OBama Slackers.

FOUND VIA RBO BLOG (THE REAL BARACK OBAMA)

Why wasn't Barack Obama Vetted during the campaign?

Found via Hillary Clinton Forum.net

<

Forums, Important Headlines, & Youtube.

Jimmy Kimmel on Barack Obama Comedy Etiquette