A homeowner in Waukesha for 20 years, Steve is president of the Waukesha Dog Parks Organization and enjoys motorcycling, fishing and staying on top of politics.
Representative Alcee Hastings, a Democrat, said,"Ahh, all this talk about rules, We make ‘em up as we go along.” That should make your blood boil if you have any shred of patriotism in you, if you are a believer in the rule of law and if you believe in The Constitution, which you do if you are a Patriot.
A recently settled class action lawsuit against local small engine manufacturer Briggs and Stratton reflects one of the problems with health-care.
Someone is looking out for President Obama's old employer, ACORN. You may remember that they were caught, several times, giving tax evasion advice to people. While it wasn't covered well by the mainstream media, it did reach Congress and enraged them enough to cut funding from ACORN. ACORN officials claimed it was unconstitutional and threatened to sue.
The New England Journal of Medicine has published an article by several doctors promoting a penny per ounce tax on sugar sweetened soda. That would be 12 cents on a typical can of soda or 32 cents added to the 99 cent McDonald's summer special drink.
People are searching for answers about HR 3200 that won't be found in town-hall meetings. Are we learning any more about peoples feelings than what the polls show? Over half the country is opposed to the health-care bill from the House. That figure shows independents who voted for Obama are having second thoughts, though I don't think things would be any different if Hillary Clinton had won.
Things are getting near violent out there! Some “Common Ground” is needed with the discussion of H.R. 3200, commonly known as the Healthcare Bill. It doesn’t have a name on the cover of the Bill, but is described as;
If you have access to YouTube, search on Cash For Clunkers. You will be horrified at what you see. Among dozens of related videos, I watched one where a perfectly good Volvo turbo was drained of oil and the engine ran at redline until it seized. Among the comments were that a person's daughter had one that he gave her for driving while at college. He pointed out that salvage parts will become scarcer and more expensive if older but perfectly fine cars are demolished like this.