Just in case of Instalanche.

If Glenn decides he needs the W.O.R.M.’s Amazon link money, 99% of the people reading this will be strangers. Welcome!

There are ideas I strive to get into the national conversation. Here are a few:

Taxing Americans under the age of eighteen is taxation without representation, plain and simple. If the colonists were justified in rebelling against King George, today’s kids would be justified in taking up arms against our government. How can this possibly remain “legal”?

Routine deficit spending by the government is child slavery. If parents cannot sell their own children into indentured servitude anymore, why can the government?

The differences between freedom-loving Americans and progressives are irreconcilable. If you’re not prepared to physically battle these tyrants yet, why don’t we seek divorce?

This uprising in Egypt shows yet again why it is sinful for the U.S. to belong to the U.N. Our goverment is an ally of oppressors; I take the side of the oppressed. You?

I compassionately argue that we need rattan canings in this country. Although I do seek a percentage of the billions we’d save in jail and prison expenses.

To my regular readers, sorry to keep repeating these complaints. But someday lightning will strike. I’ve got high hopes!

About wormme

I've accepted that all of you are socially superior to me. But no pretending that any of you are rational.
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5 Responses to Just in case of Instalanche.

  1. D.J. says:

    I still propose the following to put us on long-term financial security, though it would cause social disruption for the first few years:

    1) While the U.S. has debt, there shall be no spending beyond 90% of the previous fiscal year’s revenues, with exception for additional defense spending in time of war as declared by Congress.

    2) Spending shall be allocated to constitutional mandates, such as defense and national security, Congress, Courts, etc., before anything else.

    3) No omnibus bills, budget or otherwise. If it’s a good idea, it can stand on its own.

    • wormme says:

      I like it. I’d like anything that actually works. Some Republican Congressman has offered that we don’t raise the debt ceiling anymore (thus no more deficit spending) and that interest on the debt be serviced first. That would work too, so Dems are denouncing it as “pay China first”.

      Oh, as far as your #2 goes, what I’d really like is that anything not mandated isn’t funded at all. I suspect you feel the same way, but are merely acknowledging the reality of our situation.

      • D.J. says:

        It just means we don’t go deeper into debt. It doesn’t mean we actually pay any of it off. This should end up getting surpluses to actually pay down the debt.

    • D.J. says:

      Essentially, yes. I’d like to see a President signing various funding bills, run out of money and start vetoing. When people protest, he shrugs and says that Congress decided how to spend the money. Blame them.

      • wormme says:

        Yes. It requires nothing more than household budgeting. What we must spend, we spend. What we can’t afford, we don’t.

        When we don’t stick to this, we let the budget-busters win.

        I refuse to let them win.

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