"The Price of Freedom is Eternal Vigilance" - Thomas Jefferson
Libertarians Nominate Gary Johnson for President, Jim Gray for Vice-President
May 05, 2012
Governor Gary Johnson
Gary Johnson, former two-term governor of New Mexico, is the Libertarian Party's 2012 presidential candidate. He and Jim Gray, former California superior court judge and author, received the presidential and vice presidential nominations, respectively, during the Party's national convention in Las Vegas on May 5.
Governor Johnson and Judge Gray provide the American people a fresh choice this November. Whereas Mr. Obama and Mr. Romney represent big government, high taxes, irresponsible levels of spending, massive regulation, non-stop military intervention around the world, and the diminution of freedom here at home, the Libertarian ticket offers true individual liberty, personal responsibility, and Constitutionally limited government.
For information about the LP and the Johnson-Gray ticket, please visit www.garyjohnson2012.com.
General Electric, Major Obama Supporter, Set to Profit from Sick Government Run Health Care
General Electric is set to profit from the disgusting government take over of health care by partnering with Intel Corp. to provide software and computer systems for collecting medical information and managing vast databases of personal information.
There is a slight problem, however, in that the Fourth Amendment says, "The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated..."
GE's television networks, NBC, MSNBC, CNBC, which are nothing but mouthpieces for the democrat party, and which openly supported Obama in the presidential campaign, are cheerleading this idiocy forward.
The investment in this new venture is $6 Billion. GE received $140 Billion from you, the taxpayer.
Given the magnitude of this scandal, GE CEO Jeffrey Immelt should be fired without severance, and Obama should be impeached.
The Freedom Record Proposes
Small Government Amendment, Rev. A
April 15, 2011
“The power of the Congress to regulate interstate commerce is hereby repealed.
Furthermore, no state shall levy taxes or duties on goods or services from another state, nor shall any goods or services be prohibited from free exchange.
Except for the federal judiciary resolving disputes among the states for the purpose of promoting free exchange, the federal government is prohibited from being involved in anything not specifically listed in Article I, Section VIII of the Constitution, including but not limited to: commerce, education, finance, retirement savings, crime control, transportation, health or health care, manufacturing, banking, tanning, pollution, housing, art, energy, communication, safety, alcohol, tobacco, firearms, free associations, agriculture, food, drugs, nutrition, technology, or employment.
Any federal law previously enacted that relates to interstate commerce is hereby null and void.
Congress may not levy any tax that discriminates based on the type of activity.”
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