• Borders Aren’t the Problem

    Socialism is the Problem…

    we-don't-need-socialismThis King is no longer amused by the topic change techniques offered by Cloward and Piven advocates when it comes to our southern borders. I get it… Yes we are a nation of immigrants… LEGAL immigrants! The opposition notes it’s our responsibility to help the children; and we should reunite them with their families… here in America; and financially support them and their families even if it bankrupts the country. Of course we know America can never go bankrupt because with our centralized banking system all we need do is print more money or move the computerized decimal point a couple of zeros to the LEFT and the problem is solved.  Ask the former U.S.S.R. how doing that worked for them. Maybe Cuba, Zimbabwe or North Korea could  advise our policy makers?

    The risk of making it to our border without the benefits of reward would reduce the illegal immigration influx to a manageable trickle. Which “manageable” means no penetration. The double fence method works for this king. The first fence is at the border. The second fence, 100 yards inside our border is the deadline. Breaching the first invokes an act of war. The newly constructed National Guard bases along the border will deal with the bodies in accordance with the Geneva Convention. This King cares not of the way other countries do it, we are property owners obeying the laws we invoke. The real question should be… Are we a socialist nation, or are we free?

    BTW: There’s a big difference between a helping hand and life-long welfare. We applaud the helping hand if administered by local communities where administrative helpers actually interface with the needy.

  • Communism’s Police State

    Chineese-Salute-uniformsThere are 8 levels of control that must be obtained before you are able to create a socialist police state. The first is the most important.

    1) Healthcare “Control healthcare and you control the people”
    2) Poverty “Increase the Poverty level as high as possible.” Poor people are easier to control and will not fight back if you are providing everything for them to live.
    3) Debt “Increase the national debt to an unsustainable level.” That way you are able to increase taxes, and this will produce more poverty.
    4) Gun Control “Remove the ability to defend themselves from the Government.” That way you are able to create a police state – total local control.
    5) Welfare “Take control of every aspect of their lives” (Food, Livestock, Housing, and Income)
    6) Education “Take control of what people read and listen to take control of what children learn in school.”
    7) Religion “Remove faith in God from the Government and school.”
    8) Class Warfare “Divide the people into the wealthy against the poor. Racially divide.” This will cause more discontent and it will be easier to Tax the wealthy with full support of the voting poor.

  • King Allan’s Health Care Act

    There are 2 ways to make health care affordable.


    The medical industry encompasses a vast range of contributors. Manufactures, doctors, administrators, technicians, support staff and patients. Not discarding the ancillary components including construction workers who build the hospitals, tool makers and even tire makers who make it possible for trucks to deliver materials to the job site. So it’s everyone, like the President said… “You didn’t build that by yourself.”  So when the politicians say “regulate” it’s the aforementioned components of the medical industry they want to control, including you! There is a fee for all this control… It’s about fifty times greater than the same cost our Social Security Administration charges to manage our retirement income. If you are unaware of their administrative costs think of this, without the cost of government, your $1,200 per month social security benefit check would be about $7,500 per month or more.

    No regulation equates to a free market. There’s no mandate in a free market… If you want, desire or need some thing then you have the right to enter into a personal contract to obtain some thing or you may simply walk away without obligation. If an unregulated market scares you then refuse to do business within that market, and seek out a well regulated marketplace. If you can’t find a regulated market then create one, but do with your own money not mine; because I desire to do business with a free market, this question begs to be answered… What makes your desire for a regulated market more important than my desire for a free marketplace? Could it be you fine yourself in the unique position of believing your idea is the correct one, and everyone should go alone with you?

    As usual thumb-sucking Washington politicians see regulation as the only answer to any problem they don’t understand. And if they have to legislate to appease the cries of special interest groups, you can bet it will cost the taxpayer a hundred times more its actual value.  So here’s an idea.  If government must regulate one sixth of our economy start with price of services control. Total cost of a triple by-pass surgery shouldn’t exceed $1,200.00.  Total Cancer treatment payment… $450.00, a knee replacement $800.00 and a doctors visit, $10.00. When industry experts tell us it’s impossible to do such a plan… Tell them the same line the Affordable Care Act gave us… It’s the law, make it work.

    I guess Nationalization of the oil companies is next. Why not mandate the price of gas at the pump? Does $.42 cents a gallon sound good to you? King Allan suggests the Free Market Solution where the real control is in the hands of the customer… You are a customer before you are a patient. I was going to say PERIOD but apparently Obama has redefined the word PERIOD as “unless something changes.”


    A Well Regulated Militia Being Necessary

    Cris-GunsWe are working to reeducate and organize the people to revitalize the first Clause of the Second Amendment that “[a] well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State” must be put back. This is a governmental State army in which all of the citizens of Florida (as well as every other of “the several States”) are armed and accoutered for duty to the State. This hasn’t existed in any State in over 100 years since the Dick Law of 1903 was used to surreptitiously subvert the laws to replace State governmental Militia with an Article I Section 8 standing army maintained by the States called the National Guard. We no longer have a proper check-and-balance to the standing military and the ever increasing para-military police-state threat.

  • Government Blame

    obama-content When Obama blames the shutdown on Republicans…
    He’s really blaming you!
    We the People elected those hostage taking, angry old white guy Republicans to do our bidding. The Affordable Health Care Act is the exact reason the founders left the nations purse in charge of the peoples house!
  • More Kool-Aid… Lester Drones

    KoolAidWhat did Kool-Aid ever do to you?
    Kool-Aid was invented by Edwin Perkins in Hastings, Nebraska. To reduce shipping costs, in 1927, Perkins discovered a way to remove the liquid leaving only a powder. Perkins moved his production to Chicago in 1931 and Kool-Aid was sold to General Foods in 1953. Kool-Aid is known as Nebraska’s official soft drink.

    The dark side of this popular powder became prevalent when the Reverend Jim Jones, a pro-Communist cult leader convinced his congratulation in November 1978  to commit a mass suicide by drinking Kool-Aid laced with cyanide. The act became known as the Jonestown Massacre.

    Reasonable people know that history repeats itself.  It’s been 35 years since the Jones drones consumed their tainted drink and it appears it’s about to happen again, ergo… History will be repeating itself. Do you think the Affordable Care Act will cover mass suicide? Probably not. Well… There you have it. Death panels.

  • King Allan has the Solution

    4more-masonIn Two Days, Tomorrow Will Be Yesterday.
    Without balance and consistency comes corruption, and eventually the destruction of a society. An unbalanced tire like an unequal Government drives a country into the ditch. Human nature doesn’t deal well with inconsistency, and people despise the lack of balance or equality. The answer is to make policies consistent… What works for one must work for everyone, and keep the rules balanced too. Unbalanced behavior is the result of favors or special treatment for one over another. Want to balance our country?

    1. Repeal the 16th Amendment.
    A favor or special treatment is the perk for getting you to do something you normally wouldn’t do. The IRS is a perfect example. Law makers want taxpayers to support their favorite cause, so they write policies that cause the IRS to give you a tax break for your support. Repealing the 16th Amendment also eliminates the Federal Reserve too.

    2. Repeal the 17th Amendment.
    Consistency is maintained among the several states by following the edicts of the constitution, especially if the Senators are appointed by the Governor of the several states. Senator’s create inconsistencies by following their constituents and special interest groups instead of the Constitution. Why have a Senate and a House of Representatives if they both do the same thing? The House is ruled by the people… The Senate is ruled by the Constitution. A perfectly balanced system. The seventeenth Amendment changed that balance. The best example is Polygamy. Polygamy is protected under the Bill of Rights yet it’s illegal… Why? Inconsistency. The people wanted to ban polygamy where the Constitution guaranties freedom of Religion. The Bill of Rights is not a self-service buffet. When an appointed Senator disobeys or ignores the Constitution the Governor replaces the position with someone who will. Viola! Balance is achieved.

  • Sen. Ted Cruz (R) Texas

    Taking advise from Sen. Rand Paul…

    2013-09-24-SenCruzSen. Ted Cruz is still on his feet wearing black sneakers instead of his “Arguing Boots” in an effort to bring awareness to the negative points of the Affordable Care Act.  Republican Senator Ted Cruz, at this time has been speaking for more than 10 hours, but his task is not defined as a filibuster because he must stop when the vote is called.

    From the Supreme Court decision calling the Affordable Care Act a tax, to what Sen. Cruz (R) Texas and Sen. Mike Lee (R) Utah call a misrepresentation of the acts name this act is an unwelcome guest as proclaimed by the majority of the American public. Claiming politicians are not listening to their constituents is their strongest argument, and according to the Teamsters and businesses big and small, this act doesn’t have anything to do with health care, but everything to do with government control over the individual.

    According to Sen. Cruz the president stated that the Affordable Care Act is not a tax but a penalty.  But when the courts 5-4 decision defined the act as a tax the American public was deceived by their government. Even Teamster president Jimmy Hoffa declared the act as a “Nightmare.”

    It’s impossible to cover every point made during the more than 21 hours of a non-filibuster, but we offer an excellent explanation of Health Care by Andrew Napolitano.

    In 1953, Senator Wayne Morse set a record by filibustering for 22 hours and 26 minutes while protesting the Tidelands Oil legislation. Senator Strom Thurmond broke this record in 1957 by filibustering the Civil Rights Act of 1957 for 24 hours and 18 minutes, although the bill ultimately passed. In 1959, the Senate restored the cloture threshold to two-thirds of those voting.