Friday, February 26, 2010

Nuclear Option

I am opposed to universtal health care and I am opposed to the Federal government running anything other than the minimum. State and local governments should run the majority of the things that the fed now runs.

51% is not a significant majority to me. Not when it has such a large affect on 100% of the people. Fundimentally changing America should require a 75% majority.

Now I do not understand the Nuclear Option very well, but from what I do understand it was created to prevent budget freezes and was written to only pertain to budgetary items. To me that means it can not be used to create law. So are we again going down an unconstitutional road?

These tea parties and town hall meetings should tell people something. As much as the opposition likes to think they were put together by businessmen, I still stand by the fact that you can not get people to go out for something they don't believe in. Yes your friends at home may be influenced by emails, MSNBC, Foxnews, and other media, but getting them out of the house is another matter.

We will see what happens, but I fear this will bring out the radicals as well as the normal people who are just fed up.

Random thought: Ever notice that domestic terrorism seems to be prominant during Democrat rule?

1 comment:

Warthog said...

This is for the dirty lib who would rather toss accusations and make insults than look stuff up on his own.

See the whole page by copying and pasting this link

Reconciliation Process:
Created in a budget resolution in 1974 as part of the congressional budget process, the reconciliation process is utilized when Congress issues directives to legislate policy changes in mandatory spending (entitlements) or revenue programs (tax laws) to achieve the goals in spending and revenue contemplated by the budget resolution.