Sunday, November 14, 2010

Obama’s Claiming More Power Over Americans Than King George III, Says Virginia Attorney General |

First page of Constitution of the United StatesImage via WikipediaAs I view what our own Government keeps pushing on the American People daily. I can't help but to look at all the facts from not just both sides, but also back through history. The time when the Constitution was made. What our forefathers actually fought against with Britain, and the rest of the World in order to keep a free Nation intact.
I here about Global Banks, Global Governments, Global currency, and Global Power every day now, and it continues on and on. Have Americans really forgotten what makes this great nation what it is? Are people so bent on Globalizing everything that they really want to encourage a Global destruction?
When the United States Constitution was signed. The people who signed it were there. They saw the Tyranny and the Socialized communists and dictatorships. They were there. They saw how the Governments and Kings raise taxes and destroyed nations.

Just like the Bible the Constitution is NOT UP FOR your personal interpretation. It says what it says and that is it.
When the Tea Parties formed back then. Do you remember why they did what they did?
Lets try to help refresh just a little bit of our memories of history in this article. We need to remember to Never let any other Country Rule over America.
Virginia Atty. Gen. Ken Cuccinelli, who has filed a federal lawsuit seeking to overturn the health-care law signed by President Barack Obama last March, says Obama and the Congress that enacted that law--which mandates that individuals must buy government-approved health insurance plans--are seeking a power over the lives of Americans that even King George III did not claim to possess.
“We now have a Congress and a president who believe they can order you to buy a product when King George III and the Parliament of Great Britain, whom we rebelled against, acknowledged that they could not,” Cuccinelli said in a video interview with
In October, U.S. District Judge Henry E. Hudson heard arguments on the merits of Virginia's case against Obamacare.

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