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SCOTUS Strikes Out?

Will this SCOTUS Strike Out? If this court finds Obamacare unconstitutional will it go down in history as one of the most unimpressive, ideological, and partisan courts of all time. Arguments can be made on both sides of this issue but when we consider our preamble of a nation that operates for all people, it would seem the choice an easy one.

Consider this court elected George W. Bush, who proceeded to almost topple the entire nation's economy, wasted billions on illegal invasions, and couldn't even catch Osama bin Laden nor eat pretzels properly.

Next they gave corporations person-hood, granting money the power to destroy an opponent, create a new slanted reality, and even govern and legislate the country. Money talks, as they say, now we see it does even more than just talk, it manages the nation. Our nation's symbolism will now be the fifty dollar bill. 'In Money we Trust' - well kind of trust until the next bailout.

What will history think of the likes of S…

Republicans, hard at work....

Some things never change.....

"A quick glance at the list of bills prioritized for passage in the past year shows a significant focus on limiting women's access to pay equity, sex education, birth control, cancer screenings and abortion. In Wisconsin, we are in the greatest economic recession since the Great Depression. While residents are doing their best to weather decreased wages, lost jobs and health insurance fee hikes and coverage reductions, Republicans have been focused on advancing their personal social agendas and passing policies that negatively affect women and families." Read article here.


"Republicans approve of the American farmer, but they are willing to help him go broke. They stand four-square for the American home - but not for housing. They are strong for labor - but they are stronger for restricting labor's rights. They favor minimum wage - the smaller the minimum wage the better. They endorse educational opportunity for all - but they won…