House GOP stands against fascist gov’t
President Obama’s ambition to bring the United States under a central government, dominated by the executive branch, is gaining momentum. The legislative and judicial branches are little or no resistance to his radical socialist agenda. The House of Representatives is his only obstacle, and if that is lost in next year’s election, nothing will slow his consolidation of power.
He already has a coalition of government entities that pay allegiance only to him, including the Senate, the chief justice, the attorney general and the IRS. This is only a small, partial list.
The Supreme Court’s ruling concerning the constitutionality of Obamacare was a direct hit on our Constitution; the Affordable Care Act is just another federal credit card, joining a long list of credit cards picking the taxpayers’ pockets. It has an elevator effect; it brings the poor up and takes the middle class down. It alone will cost the taxpayers more than $1 trillion. It was designed to bridge the economic gap between the poor and the middle class, however, the tax burdens are wiping out the hopes and dreams of the middle class. They cannot survive the growth of government and a corrupt IRS system.
Liberty hinges on a balance of power between the states, Congress, the White House and the Supreme Court. This balance is systematically being destroyed by an ever-enlarging federal government using taxpayer money to buy votes from those who either work directly for the government or who get money from it.
The Republican Congress is taking a beating, but it just might be the only authority standing between our democracy and a fascist government. The Democratic Party’s goal is to use the power of the IRS to bridge the gap between the poor and the middle class — redistribute the people’s wealth through this monster called the IRS.