WHILE YOU WERE BEING DISTRACTED BY THE AIG SHAM OUTRAGE AND YOUR OWN CLASS ENVY…. the Obamessiah administration continues on with its plans behind the scenes.
As we mentioned earlier in the week, The Obamessiah is pushing to community organize all of us into his own league of Socialist Brownshirts.
The House passed the “Give Act” on Wednesday. How many GOP members caved and stabbed us in the back this time, you must be asking? 70. Full list of turncoats below the fold. Only one Democrat voted against it – Robert Berry of Arkansas. Kudos to him. The rest of the Dim-O-Cracks probably already have their uniforms.
What about Tennessee?
We should give credit where credit is due for Duncan and Wamp, who dropped the ball in a big way on the AIG vote the other day. These boys need to just ask Marsha what to do on all future votes and they may be able to pull their heads out of their rectums.
The reason so many of these GOP cowards crossed the fence is because they don’t want to be seen as voting against something as altruistic as the “GIVE” act. What does GIVE stand for? Generations Invigorating Volunteerism and Education. It re-authorizes two previous acts, but sets the table for The Obamessiah’s “National Civilian Security Force”.
The legislation also refers to “uniforms” that would be worn by the “volunteers” and the “need” for a “public service academy, a 4-year institution” to “focus on training” future “public sector leaders.” The training, apparently, would occur at “campuses.”
It not only reauthorizes the programs, but also includes “new programs and studies” and is expected to be funded with an allocation of $6 billion over the next five years, according to the Congressional Budget Office.
Many, however, are raising concerns that the program, which is intended to include 250,000 “volunteers,” is the beginning of what President Obama called his “National Civilian Security Force” in a a speech last year in which he urged creating an organization as big and well-funded as the U.S. military. He has declined since then to elaborate.
Thank goodness nothing like this has happened before in human history or I might become concerned. When you’re spending trillions, who is going to notice 6 billion to fund his mandatory street troops? It’s not enough that your kids are brainwashed by the country’s failing public schools, but now they need to be sent to re-education camps so they will know how to identify and report anything that might be considered hate speech or dangerous or subversive literature, like the U.S. Constitution.
Such new requirements perhaps, the legislation notes, “would strengthen the social fabric of the Nation and overcome civic challenges by bringing together people from diverse economic, ethnic, and educational backgrounds.”
Sounds sweet doesn’t it? Until you remember who is running the show – Ayers, Omarosa and the Obamessiah himself.
“It becomes forced labor and like the practice of another era, presses American citizens of all ages and creeds, unknowingly into military service,” the commentary said.
“The Give Act puts the finishing touches to Public Allies New Leadership for New Times, modeled after Saul Alinsky’s ‘Peoples Organizations’ and operating under Michelle Obama,” the commentary said.
“Michelle was also a pioneer in the social entrepreneur movement â€“ leaders who create new approaches and organize to provide new solutions to social problems. Like most things Saul Alinsky, H.R. 1388 sounds noble in stating why wide-sweeping change is necessary,” the commentary said.
“H.R. 1388 goes straight to the heart of volunteerism in America, impacting everything from the lemonade stands of neighborhood children, to the residents of senior citizens homes. â€¦ The Give Act puts tow-headed school children and silver-haired seniors in the official uniform of the new State, and encompasses every walk of life in main-street America,” the commentary said. “Whether you are young or old, or firmly believe that volunteering means you are offering your time to the good of community work, you will be pressed into Obama’s National Civilian Community Corps.”
Groups of such “volunteers,” would, under the legislation, be “grouped together as appropriate in campuses for operational, support, and boarding purposes. The Corps campus for a unit shall be in a facility or central location established as the operational headquarters and boarding place for the unit. â€¦ There shall be a superintendent for each camp.”
What could possibly go wrong? Goldstein notes that this is a good time for an OUTLAW-style call to action. I concur.
Iâ€™d rather the trains run a bit late and the overpasses shout graffiti than live in a country where our kids are put in uniforms and, in exchange for an education and a leg up, are forced to do the bidding of the state to whom we supposedly grant power.
This is, I believe, all a big pipe dream on the part of the progressives and quasi-socialists who are quickly losing the reins on government, frightenening as even a thought on many levels, sure, but destined to fail spectacularly.
Because the one thing freedom-loving people have on their side these days is the inescapable fact that politicians now so consistently back down in the face of public outrage that the civil disobedience that will arise from this attempt to turn our children into lifelong â€œprogressivesâ€ and servants to the state (and thatâ€™s what this is: the government will be paying those that increase the power of government, creating a client state) will be met with such pushback that the program is sure to be â€œre-imaginedâ€ back into mostly innocuous AmericaCorp-type territory.
Perhaps now would be a good time to start a pledge movement. This can be the first of our OUTLAW initiatives â€” setting up an online petition that states in no uncertain terms that we will not allow our children to be taken by the state to create a progressive paradise under the rubric of forced â€œdiversityâ€ and â€œdutyâ€ to the government.
WE are the government. WE give power to IT, not the other way round.
Volunteerism is an American tradition, driven largely by faith groups and the spirit of helping your neighbors when and how you can. Mandatory volunteerism handed down by the Federal Government is indentured servitude to a Fascist State, and as Goldstein so aptly put it, “the State can go fuck itself.”
This has not passed the Senate yet, so contact your Senators, even though they will probably do the same thing Lamar Alexander does and send you a letter lying through their teeth while doing the opposite of what you request.
Here are some Obama Youth memories, to remind you just how hideous such a thing could become if allowed to take wing.
Here is the official website for the U.S. Public Service Academy.
Here is the list of turncoat Republicans who support Brak’s new Brownshirts:
Rep. Spencer Bachus [R, AL-6]
Rep. Judy Biggert [R, IL-13]
Rep. Brian Bilbray [R, CA-50]
Rep. Gus Bilirakis [R, FL-9]
Rep. Mary Bono Mack [R, CA-45]
Rep. Virginia Brown-Waite [R, FL-5]
Rep. Vern Buchanan [R, FL-13]
Rep. Ken Calvert [R, CA-44]
Rep. David Camp [R, MI-4]
Rep. Anh Cao [R, LA-2]
Rep. Shelley Capito [R, WV-2]
Rep. Bill Cassidy [R, LA-6]
Rep. Michael Castle [R, DE-0]
Rep. Tom Cole [R, OK-4]
Rep. Ander Crenshaw [R, FL-4]
Rep. Charles Dent [R, PA-15]
Rep. Mario Diaz-Balart [R, FL-25]
Rep. Lincoln Diaz-Balart [R, FL-21]
Rep. Vernon Ehlers [R, MI-3]
Rep. Jo Ann Emerson [R, MO-8]
Rep. Jeffrey Fortenberry [R, NE-1]
Rep. Rodney Frelinghuysen [R, NJ-11]
Rep. Elton Gallegly [R, CA-24]
Rep. Jim Gerlach [R, PA-6]
Rep. Brett Guthrie [R, KY-2]
Rep. Dean Heller [R, NV-2]
Rep. Timothy Johnson [R, IL-15]
Rep. Peter King [R, NY-3]
Rep. Mark Kirk [R, IL-10]
Rep. Leonard Lance [R, NJ-7]
Rep. Thomas Latham [R, IA-4]
Rep. Steven LaTourette [R, OH-14]
Rep. Christopher Lee [R, NY-26]
Rep. Jerry Lewis [R, CA-41]
Rep. Frank LoBiondo [R, NJ-2]
Rep. Frank Lucas [R, OK-3]
Rep. Thaddeus McCotter [R, MI-11]
Rep. John McHugh [R, NY-23]
Rep. Howard McKeon [R, CA-25]
Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers [R, WA-5]
Rep. Candice Miller [R, MI-10]
Rep. Tim Murphy [R, PA-18]
Rep. Erik Paulsen [R, MN-3]
Rep. Thomas Petri [R, WI-6]
Rep. Todd Platts [R, PA-19]
Rep. Adam Putnam [R, FL-12]
Rep. Dennis Rehberg [R, MT-0]
Rep. Dave Reichert [R, WA-8]
Rep. David Roe [R, TN-1]
Rep. Michael Rogers [R, MI-8]
Rep. Harold Rogers [R, KY-5]
Rep. Thomas Rooney [R, FL-16]
Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen [R, FL-18]
Rep. Aaron Schock [R, IL-18]
Rep. John Shimkus [R, IL-19]
Rep. Michael Simpson [R, ID-2]
Rep. Christopher Smith [R, NJ-4]
Rep. Mark Souder [R, IN-3]
Rep. John Sullivan [R, OK-1]
Rep. Lee Terry [R, NE-2]
Rep. Glenn Thompson [R, PA-5]
Rep. Patrick Tiberi [R, OH-12]
Rep. Michael Turner [R, OH-3]
Rep. Frederick Upton [R, MI-6]
Rep. Greg Walden [R, OR-2]
Rep. Rob Wittman [R, VA-1]
Rep. Frank Wolf [R, VA-10]
Rep. Donald Young [R, AK-0]
Rep. C. W. Young [R, FL-10]