The Principle Of The Matter

The principle of the matter is that the principle of the matter doesn’t seem to matter.

Go back and read that again out loud.  I’ll wait.

*Pause for effect*

Isn’t that brilliant?

The principle of the matter is that the president and his party passed a burdensome monstrosity in the name of health care legislation which adds more power to the government and takes more power from the individual when it comes to healthcare matters.

The principle of the matter is that said legislation, which was supposed to be deficit neutral was actually not.

The principle of the matter is that the aforementioned legislation unconstitutionally forces Americans to participate in a market.

The principle of the matter is that the legislation lays assault on the First and Tenth Amendments.

The principle of the matter is that the United States Supreme Court held the legislation in question to be constitutional under the premise that it’s a tax.

The principle of the matter is that several stories are now coming out post election that employers are letting people go so as to avoid the burdens of Obamacare.

The principle of the matter is that job growth in the last four years has been anemic.

The principle of the matter is that the method for calculating the unemployment rate has changed over the last four years to hide the devastating truth.

The principle of the matter is that inflation, unlike the economy, has been robust in past years.

The principle of the matter is that the administration stepped into the private sector to manage a bailout of an auto maker through non-traditional and unconstitutional means.

The principle of the matter is that the administration has spent more time trying to build a good standing for America in the Middle East instead of fostering the existing relations we have there now.

The principle of the matter is that our Fourth Amendment rights are suspended by the TSA’s back-scanners and aggressive pat downs when we choose to travel by air.

The principle of the matter is that the administration’s efforts to build a framework around limiting our Second Amendment rights by allowing firearms to flow to thugs in Mexican drug cartels resulted in the deaths of two American agents and countless Mexican citizens.

The principle of the matter is that we’ve yet to get straight forward answers from the administration on the actions they took during the events of September 11, 2012 when our American citizens in Libya were killed in an apparent terrorist attack.

The principle of the matter is that the administration attempted to persecute and criticize the First Amendment rights of an American “filmmaker” in an effort to source the blame for the attacks in Libya.

The principle of the matter is that we are 16 Trillion (16,000,000,000,000) dollars in debt.

The principle of the matter is that some precincts  reported more than 100% turnout in the 2012 election.

The principle of the matter is that the same parties controlling the House, the Senate, and the White House will continue to legislate the same bad policies they have which have perpetuated this country’s problems.

The principle of the matter is that the administration’s policies on energy have served to cripple the economy.

The principle of the matter is that the rich already pay more than their fair share.

The principle of the matter is that the push in the 90’s to make home ownership easier for everyone is really the basis for this county’s problems.

The principle of the matter is that economic collapse is just around the corner.

Even still, all of that doesn’t seem to matter.

Randy Tharp

TharpSter is a husband to one woman, a father to two kids, a master to two dogs, an occasional cubical occupant, and unable to make up his mind on an adequate theme for this website.

Type something witty and eye catching right here: