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Well the constitution does provide for other things that Defense. The real problem is that the supreme court ruled that whatever congress says in in the "common good" actually is. Now a partial solution would be to require a 2/3 vote (or more) for anything that comes under "common good".
Only a few of these folks are really responsible. If you are not a leader in congress or the president you don't have enough influence to be on this list. They left out pandering for votes - Medicare part D, refusal to adress our issues with Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid. Refusal to raise fuel taxes to pay ...more
Social security has always been a contract between generations. Some in the beginning got benefits without paying anything in. Also back then few lived beyond 65 years of age so most got nothing for retirement. Considering this perhaps an increase in the age is appropriate to help balance the books. Now the money h...more
Well the author of this article shows the issue well. He is incorrect as unless we are being brain controlled many will not accept that there is no entity behind our existance. He is very arrogant and foolish to believe as he does. Just another short sighted dope that does not accept that others might have views dif...more
College is not vital for everyone, but some education or special experience beyond the normal high school is. Now some high schools produce qualified techs, mine did 40 years ago so they still must exist.