Saturday, February 28, 2015

Is this why no show (82122.4)?

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This was in response to Rush Limbaugh not pursuing the “bishops not happy” discussion (see “bishops not happy” post below).


Is this why no show (82122.4)?

me: A Catholic gives her reasons for not attacking the pope:

“A war between conservatives and the Roman Pontiff would be rollicking good news from the standpoint of progressive liberals.”

“They’re baiting us. Be smart and don’t give them satisfaction.”

“What if they could incite a “war” between the GOP and the Vatican? That sure could help them persuade on-the-fence Catholics that hey, abortion, marriage, and religious freedom aren’t everything. Vote for the party that doesn’t hate the pope!”

“Inter-conservative disputes about the Roman Pontiff could provide a great distraction as we gear up for the next major election.”

“don’t blame me if you wake up the next day and find yourself gleefully quoted in Slate, Salon, and The Huffington Post. I warned you. With every stroke of bitter invective, you’re making their day.”

Me: Having giving those warnings, she does say some things that could be construed as attacking the pope:

“Catholic social teaching does not even remotely resemble Marxism. No matter where you stand on the American political spectrum, you will likely find some element of it challenging, but Leo XIII was no liberal Progressive. If you’re genuinely interested, I recommend just reading more on Catholic social teaching. If not, just take my word for it that Catholics don’t have to be socialists or supporters of big government, even in the age of Pope Francis. This is just a canard liberal Catholics like to use to justify their own inconsistencies.”

“It’s still possible to be a good Catholic without opposing any defining, central tenet of the Republican platform. The same cannot be said of the Democratic Party.”

Me:  Regardless whether or not Rush was silenced because of her reasons, I will not be stopped.

God hates Baal Worship (82104).  And the pope should know it.  Remember the first commandment (82104):  Thou shalt have no other gods before me.  Baal helping the poor causes the poor to worship Baal and to be dependent on Baal – not the true God.

Baal has to steal (82104 - 8th commandment) from its subjects in order to give to the poor.  That does not bring glory to Christ – it just brings glory to Baal.  The church giving of their free will brings glory to Christ.

Baal Worship causes the utopian tyrants (politicians) to rise up and become priests of Baal.  It causes ecclesiastical rulers (82104 Jefferson quote) to become prophets of Baal.

Catholic social teaching does not even remotely resemble Marxism (82180).  Catholics don’t have to be socialists or worshippers of Baal.

It makes one wonder what the pope’s motivation is to demand that Baal steal from its subjects to give to the poor.

bishops not happy

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bishops not happy

Rush mentioned this at the end of his show today.  He said he will talk about it tomorrow.

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Buckeyes Roll!

Note:  this was after the Oregon Ducks lost to the Ohio State Buckeyes in the 2015 NCAA Football Championship game.  The Ducks wore all white uniforms.  Their school colors are Yellow and Green.


Buckeyes Roll!

Do you want to live in a world where the Buckeyes always win (9-0 against the Ducks) and the good guys can never be victorious in the big one?

Do you want to wear the white uniforms and not your true colors?

The white uniforms remind me of the “whited sepulchers” that Jesus talked about in Matthew 23:27 where he was describing the leaders of his time.  He said to them “you are beautiful on the outside but filled on the inside with dead people’s bones and all sorts of impurity. Outwardly you look like righteous people, but inwardly your hearts are filled with hypocrisy and lawlessness.”

Sounds to me like the RINO who espouse Baal Tyranny (see below).  We may no longer have a Marcus Mariota or Ronald Reagan.  We need a new star for the next big battle.  We definitely don’t want a RINO like Jeb Bush or Mitt Romney, or the fat guy in the big suite overlooking the football arena.

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Community College Funding

Note:  this was just after President Obama indicated that he was going to talk about 2 years of free community college in the 2015 State of the Union speech.


Community College Funding

He must be talking about the 2016 budget, correct?

Because it wouldn’t have been in the Christmas Cromnibus, correct?

The dems wouldn’t do such a Marxist thing (see # 10 below) in an election year, correct?

1. Abolition of private property.

2. A heavy progressive or graduated income tax.

3. Abolition of all rights of inheritance.

4. Confiscation of the property of all emigrants and rebels.

5. Centralization of credit in the hands of the state, by means of a national bank with state capital and an exclusive monopoly.

6. Centralization of the means of communication and transportation in the hands of the state.

7. Extension of factories and instruments of production owned by the state.

8. Equal obligation of all to work.  Establishment of Industrial armies, especially for agriculture.

9. Gradual abolition of the distinction between town and country by a more equable distribution of the population over the country.

10. Free education for all children in government schools.

I can think of a different list of 10 commandments that should be followed rather than those.

You ain’t seen nothin yet


You ain’t seen nothin yet

“The House Republican leadership is carefully reviewing the list of members who voted against the speaker and those who opposed a procedural motion in December on the so-called “crominibus,” the $1.1 trillion spending package to keep the government open through to September. Top Republican sources suggested that the process could take months to unfold.”

The “crominibus” – the 1,600 page, trillion dollar spending package that will be in affect until  October to fund all of the emperor’s destructive programs for the fiscal year, passed by the Republican House just before Harry Reid stepped down from Senate Majority Leader and while the lame duck congress was still in session.

Can you imagine what destruction Boehner, McConnell, and Obama can bring on the nation working together?

The combined Baal Tyranny is unimaginable.

Conservatives: We have an opportunity!

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Conservatives:  We have an opportunity!

When was the last time an Oregon vote pushed somebody over the top in a national election?  We could actually be the deciding vote this time!  Don’t listen to the left-wing media.  Conservatives have a chance to vote John Boehner out of the speakership tomorrow!

I know, there are not many conservative representatives from Oregon

but momentum is gathering and we might not need that many to make the difference.  So for those of you that do have a conservative representative from your district, you should call your representative and tell him/her to vote out Boehner.  We don’t have to worry about Nancy Pelosi winning because an absolute majority is needed to win the election and the Republican majority is too large for that to happen.  After calling your representative, hold him/her accountable by noting who your representative votes for.  We need to continue the defeat of the Baal Tyrants that started with the November, 2014 election.

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The lame stream media is starting to get it


The lame stream media is starting to get it

Pope Francis is increasingly driving a wedge between conservatives and the Catholic Church.

Hours after President Obama announced moves to ease trade and travel restrictions to Cuba, Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.), a practicing Catholic and potential 2016 presidential candidate, criticized the deal and Francis's role in it.

“I would also ask His Holiness to take up the cause of freedom and democracy, which is critical for a free people, for a people to truly be free,” Rubio told reporters.

“Sadly, in the case of Cuba, the Catholic Church has not always applied its basic principles of human dignity and reverence for the God-given freedoms that belong to every soul. I was supremely disappointed by press reports that the Pope had a hand in urging President Obama to cede crucial leverage that could have been used to help the Cuban people become free,” Diaz Balart said.

It's not the first time Francis has clashed with conservatives.

“He's modeling the church as a place for open disagreement,” said Vincent J. Miller, who chairs the University of Dayton's Catholic theology program. “In that sense, one of the most important changes he's making is that conservative politicians are now openly disagreeing with him,” Miller said.

me:  I hope they eventually figure out that his message of the forced redistribution of wealth of countries’ citizens by governments is what Baal Tyranny (81796, 81738.2.2., 81710) is all about.

A Baal Tyrant’s love of the Pope

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A Baal Tyrant’s love of the Pope

is similar to his love of the RINO.

He accepts differences in philosophy of the leader who will further his ideology even though some things are so anathema to what he truly believes.

In the case of the Pope, he will accept the Pope’s views on abortion and gay marriage as long as the Pope believes in Baal Tyranny (81796, 81738.2.2., 81710).

Budowsky is so effusive in his praise for the Pope:

“What better time than Christmas to turn our thoughts to Pope Francis, a voice for our generation and all generations.”

“Francis is the people’s pope. He is the most popular public figure in the world because the people know it!”

“The people’s pope, alone among world leaders, has directly and forcefully confronted institutions of finance, politics, media.”

“There is indeed a readiness for Francis from people of good will in every corner of the world.”

And of course, the reason for all this exuberance is that “when Francis teaches love and kindness toward the poor, he is challenging politicians who support cutting” back on the forced redistribution of wealth of countries’ citizens by governments, rather than saying that the church should help the poor.

Merry Christmas, everyone!

Note:  this was posted Christmas Eve, 2014 just after 9 pm when the Daily Devotion rolled over to December 25 (it rolls to the next day at 9 pm because they are on the east coast).  Look up the December 25, 2014 Daily Devotional in the website archives and read the Scripture text (Isaiah 9:7) in the New Living Translation of the Bible to see where I got the phrase “ever expanding, peaceful government.”  I wrote that because the tyrants want an ever expanding government.


Merry Christmas, everyone!

ever expanding, peaceful government:

Rubio encourages pope to renounce Baal Tyranny


Rubio encourages pope to renounce Baal Tyranny

“Sen. Marco Rubio, a Catholic and son of parents who fled the communist paradise, denounced, warning that the move as ‘more than just putting U.S. national security at risk, President Obama is letting down the Cuban people, who still yearn to be free.’ Rubio didn’t spare any words for his spiritual shepherd, who he politely encouraged to ‘take up the cause of freedom and democracy, which is critical for a free people — for a people to truly be free.’”

“While it might be fodder for sensational journalism, Rubio and other Catholics who make public policy shouldn’t have to correct their pontiff on foreign affairs. Clerics are spiritual leaders, not political ones. When prelates pretend to be diplomats, it dilutes their authority on issues of faith and morals.”

“Francis might have done one better by prodding the Castro brothers about their regime’s woeful human rights record. That would have been in a Pope’s wheelhouse.”

Does this explain the pope’s thinking?


Does this explain the pope’s thinking?

It says, “A sentence or two of Ker’s clouds things here, I think. He writes as though absolute negative teachings such as ‘Thou shalt not steal’ have exceptions. He instances a penniless starving peasant taking food, which, as the Catechism of the Catholic Church reaffirms, is not theft. But the Commandment’s word ‘steal’ is a moral absolute. It doesn’t say ‘thou shalt not take’. If the taking is not theft, it is not stealing. Stealing is always wrong.”

So when the pope calls for the forced redistribution of wealth of countries’ citizens by governments, he doesn’t think of it as stealing, and therefore, it isn’t wrong.  He believes there are exceptions to the commandment “Thou shalt not steal”.  It doesn’t say “thou shalt not take”.  Taking is not stealing.




After not passing a budget for the last 5 years, Harry Reid is going to be Senate majority leader for about one more week.  So what does the Republican House do just before Reid steps down and while the lame duck congress is still in session?  They passed a 1,600 page, trillion dollar spending bill that will be in affect until next October to fund all of the emperor’s destructive programs for the fiscal year.

What was the purpose of grilling Jonathan Gruber on Tuesday?  Was that all a sham?  Those Baal Tyrants (81465 $18,000,000,000,000) are going to fund Obamacare for all of next year rather than using the power of the purse.

The new House should take Boehner’s speakership from him in January.

why no Gruber discussions on Gruber Day?


why no Gruber discussions on Gruber Day?

or were they deleted while I was gone?

Impeach him!


Impeach him!

I know.  It wouldn’t work.  But the article does show that conservatives would like to if they could.  Than they could install a leader that wasn’t so all in favor of Baal Tyranny (81465).

I wonder how David Plouffe likes tyranny now


I wonder how David Plouffe likes tyranny now


Note:  this was posted right after the national debt went to $18 trillion.



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Typical Baal Tyrant

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Typical Baal Tyrant

Schumer doesn’t care how Obamacare affects the country.  All he cares about is how it affects Baal.

“Ever the politico, Mr. Schumer put the problem to Democrats in terms crass enough for them to understand—‘only a third of the uninsured are even registered to vote,’ he said, and only “about 5% of the electorate” benefits from the entitlement. ‘To aim a huge change in mandate at such a small percentage of the electorate made no political sense.’”

“Mr. Schumer is still missing the crucial point. ObamaCare is not merely a disaster for big government but a disaster of big government. The law is unpopular because its mandates, taxes and central planning are harming the economy and the insurance and medical care of average Americans.”

The Baal Terms are defined below.  Reference to these terms was also made in post 81137 The Utopian Pope.

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The Utopian Pope


The Utopian Pope

Once again the pope is calling for utopia on earth to be brought on by the politicians of this world using leftist principles.

The pope’s letter starts with “The G20 agenda in Brisbane is highly focused on efforts to relaunch a sustained and sustainable growth of the world economy, thereby banishing the spectre of global recession.”  He speaks of the fundamental imperative of creating stable employment for all by more public spending and investment and regulation of the financial sector.

He later brings up his usual attacks on free enterprise with his quotes about “unbridled consumerism” and “the mentality that maximization of profits is the final criterion of all economic activity.”

He later says “Responsibility for the poor and the marginalized must therefore be an essential element of any political decision, whether on the national or the international level.”  What about the pope’s responsibility for the poor?  Has he abdicated that?

God hates Baal Worship.  And the pope should know it.  Remember the first commandment:  Thou shalt have no other gods before me.  Baal helping the poor causes the poor to worship Baal and to be dependent on Baal – not the true God.

Baal has to steal (8th commandment) from its subjects in order to give to the poor.  That does not bring glory to Christ – it just brings glory to Baal.  The church giving of their free will brings glory to Christ.

Baal Worship causes the utopian tyrants (politicians) to rise up and become priests of Baal.  It causes ecclesiastical rulers (Jefferson quote in the Baal Terms post) to become prophets of Baal.

It makes one wonder what the pope’s motivation is to demand that Baal steal from the subjects of the government to give to the poor.

I got my ballot today.


I got my ballot today.

So I want to offer my thoughts on the 2014 midterms.

If you are thinking of voting for Democrats, remember that oppressive Obamacare changes happen after the election.  Long delayed portions of the law will be implemented.  Obama is going to issue executive orders regarding Obamacare (maybe after Mary Landrieu’s runoff election on December 6).  He is waiting until after the election because he knows it would hurt the Democrat chances in the election if he used his pen and his phone before the election.

We need to do what we can to turn this country to conservatism.  You can find out how conservative any incumbents are in your district by going to the following website and entering your zip code.

If you live in a district with a conservative Republican running for the U.S. House of Representatives, vote for that conservative.  We need to get as many conservative Republicans in the House as we can so that we can replace John Boehner with a conservative Speaker of the House.

Pundits don’t seem to agree on what party is going to be in control of the U.S. Senate after the election.  One thing that is sure is Karl Rove, Mitch McConnell, John McCain, Mitt Romney, Jeb Bush, and the National Republican Senatorial Committee have been successful in getting RINO nominated for most of the U.S. Senate seats that are up for election in 2014. So the best we can hope for this election cycle is that we will remove Jeff Merkley,  overcome the Democrat majority, and replace Harry Reid with a new Senate Majority Leader.  Remember, they gave us Obamacare.

Until we get a conservative congress and a conservative president in 2016, we will continue to travail under this Baal Tyranny (see CANON button).


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I pretty much agree with everything this guy says only I wish he would have replaced the words liberalism with tyranny and liberals with tyrants – it would make more sense (see CANON button).

Death Panels, Part 4


Death Panels, Part 4

This is the fourth in a series of posts regarding death panels.  Part 3 (80291) is about to roll off the forum.

This one further explains the issue.  It says “Just as rape is not about sex, euthanasia is not about comforting the dying. It is about power. What is intolerable to the assisted suicide advocate is not suffering or dying, but not having control over life and death.”  That rang a bell with me, because having power and the control over lives seems to be the major motivation of the Tyrants.

I hope this post will be helpful to the people (especially in Oregon) it applies to.  The author has the answer for everyone.

bookmakers' favorite


bookmakers' favorite

“Since he became pope in March 2013, Francis has been a notable champion of the poor with incognito visits to homeless people and demands for development and wealth redistribution. The pope is the bookmakers' favorite but, after the fallout when President Barack Obama got the prize in 2009, awarding Francis the Nobel a year into his papacy might be too soon. If he did win, the Argentine would be the first head of the Catholic Church to get the prize.”

So.  The first pope to get the prize.  So why would a leftist organization that gave Obama the prize on the come give it to the most anti-abortion, anti-gay marriage leader in the world?  It must be the demand for wealth redistribution.

The pope and Baal Socialism is at number 2 below.

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Death Panels, Part 3


Death Panels, Part 3

Another dialectic that utopian tyrants (80181.2.1) like Ezekial Emanuel (80151) and Gregg Easterbrook (80181) would not understand:

Spokane bishop makes the big time!


Spokane bishop makes the big time!

Pope Francis has found his emissary to take his Baal Socialism (see 80181.2.1 better life)

message to the American flock.

“Leaders can make decisions that signal big changes in the political, religious and ethical landscape.  In naming Bishop Blase Cupich as the new archbishop of Chicago, Pope Francis did just that.”


“Because of appointments made by Pope John Paul II and, to a lesser degree, Benedict XVI, the bishops' conference has moved to the right over the last quarter-century.”

“In naming Cupich, the pope sent the strongest possible hint that he wants the American church to move in his direction.”

“As for American politics, Cupich has emphasized dialogue rather than confrontation with the Obama administration over the contraception mandate in the Affordable Care Act. While many bishops declined to help the uninsured sign up for coverage under the ACA, Cupich asked Catholic Charities in eastern Washington to join in the effort on the basis of a long-standing Catholic principle. ‘We consider health care a basic human right, he said.”

Fine.  If the Catholic church wants health care to be a basic human right, then provide for it (see CANON button Solutions).  That’s part of the Catholic church’s charter as a charity.  Don’t make it part of the Federal Leviathan (see 80257 What’s the catch?)

What’s the catch?


What’s the catch?

What would motivate bloomberg to let this cat out of the bag?

Death Panels, Part 2


Death Panels, Part 2

In 80151 Preparing us for death panels, I discussed an article in that reflected an Obamacare architect’s thoughts on aging.  The Atlantic had more than one article on aging and the impacts on society.  One wonders if The Atlantic is going to be the vanguard on the left’s “War on the Aged”.

The first part of the article discusses ways to increase longevity.  But then it turns to “Aging and Politics”.  Here are some quotes from that discussion:

Society is dominated by the old—old political leaders, old judges. With each passing year, as longevity increases, the intergenerational imbalance worsens. The old demand benefits for which the young must pay, while people in their 20s become disenchanted, feeling that the deck is stacked against them. National debt increases at an alarming rate. Innovation and fresh thinking disappear as energies are devoted to defending current pie-slicing arrangements.  This isn’t a prediction about the future of the United States, but rather a description of Japan right now.

Japan’s grayness stems from a very low fertility rate—not enough babies to bring down the average age—and strict barriers against immigration.

“That Japan is the first major nation to turn gray, and is also the deepest in debt, is not encouraging. Once, Japan was feared as the Godzilla of global trade, but as it grayed, its economy entered a long cycle of soft growth.”

Young people in Japan have some of the world’s worst voter-participation rates. They think the old have the system so rigged in their favor, there’s no point in political activity. The young don’t seem excited by the future.

Because the only child is common in Japan’s newest generation, a big cast of aging people may turn to one young person for financial support or caregiving or both. Acceding to public borrowing may have become, to young Japanese, a way to keep older generations out of the apartment—even if it means crushing national debt down the road.

That America may become more like Japan—steadily older, with rising debt and declining economic growth—is unsettling. From the second half of the George W. Bush administration until 2013, U.S. national debt more than doubled. The federal government borrowed like there was no tomorrow.

As longevity increases, so too does the number of living grandparents. Families that once might have had one “oldest old” relative find themselves with three or four, all expecting care or money.

Evolutionists including Alfred Russel Wallace have toyed with the idea of programmed death—the notion that natural selection “wants” old animals to die in order to free up resources for younger animals, which may carry evolved genetic structures. Current thinking tends to hold that rather than trying to make older animals die, natural selection simply has no mechanism to reward longevity.

Evolution doesn’t care about you past your reproductive age. It doesn’t want you either to live longer or to die, it just doesn’t care. From the standpoint of natural selection, an animal that has finished reproducing and performed the initial stage of raising young might as well be eaten by something, since any favorable genetic quality that expresses later in life cannot be passed along.

As for the idea that grandparents help their grandchildren prosper, favoring longevity—the “grandmother effect”—this notion, too, has fared poorly in research.

Evolution favors strength, intelligence, reflexes, sexual appeal; it does not favor keeping an organism running a long time.

Felipe Sierra, the researcher at the National Institute on Aging, puts it this way: “The human ethical belief that death should be postponed as long as possible does not exist in nature.”

Preparing us for death panels?


Preparing us for death panels?

Ya, go ahead and scoff.  But why else would Ezekiel Emanuel write such a tome?  He was one of the architects of Obamacare, so his thinking revealed in this article reflects the thinking of the authors of Obamacare.  He lists ways that he won’t try to prolong his life starting at age 65.  I’m sure the goal is to reduce the cost to Obamacare.  This is one more reason to abolish Obamacare.

Some quotes from the article:

Living too long is also a loss. It renders many of us, if not disabled, then faltering and declining, a state that may not be worse than death but is nonetheless deprived. It robs us of our creativity and ability to contribute to work, society, the world. It transforms how people experience us, relate to us, and, most important, remember us. We are no longer remembered as vibrant and engaged but as feeble, ineffectual, even pathetic.

At 75 and beyond, I will need a good reason to even visit the doctor and take any medical test or treatment, no matter how routine and painless. And that good reason is not “It will prolong your life.” I will stop getting any regular preventive tests, screenings, or interventions. I will accept only palliative—not curative—treatments if I am suffering pain or other disability.

What I am trying to do is delineate my views for a good life and make my friends and others think about how they want to live as they grow older. I want them to think of an alternative to succumbing to that slow constriction of activities and aspirations imperceptibly imposed by aging. Are we to embrace the “American immortal” or my “75 and no more” view?

I also think my view conjures up spiritual and existential reasons for people to scorn and reject it. Many of us have suppressed, actively or passively, thinking about God, heaven and hell, and whether we return to the worms. We are agnostics or atheists, or just don’t think about whether there is a God and why she should care at all about mere mortals. We also avoid constantly thinking about the purpose of our lives and the mark we will leave. Is making money, chasing the dream, all worth it? Indeed, most of us have found a way to live our lives comfortably without acknowledging, much less answering, these big questions on a regular basis. We have gotten into a productive routine that helps us ignore them. And I don’t purport to have the answers.

But 75 defines a clear point in time: for me, 2032. It removes the fuzziness of trying to live as long as possible. Its specificity forces us to think about the end of our lives and engage with the deepest existential questions and ponder what we want to leave our children and grandchildren, our community, our fellow Americans, the world. The deadline also forces each of us to ask whether our consumption is worth our contribution.

Rove’s Reasons

Rove’s Reasons

Of course, Karl Rove blames the Democrat money.  So he makes an appeal for Republicans to open their wallets.

But he also says, “With 47 days before the election, Republican candidates must do two things. The first is to make the case for electing someone new who will be a check and balance in the Senate on Mr. Obama and his agenda, rather than returning a Democratic loyalist who toes his line. The second is to offer a positive, optimistic conservative agenda to make independents who disapprove of Mr. Obama comfortable voting Republican. Both must be done while defending themselves.”

Well, duh!  If that is true, why did he fight so hard to get RINO nominated?  Of course, that is a rhetorical question.

Democrat War on Women


Democrat War on Women

As California goes, so goes the nation.  Isn’t that what we Oregonians say?

One of the authors of the bill is named London BREED?  Seriously?

The article says “sometimes San Francisco can be so liberal that it’s illiberal.”  When are people going to wake up and call it what it should be called – not illiberal, but tyranny.  79944 Baal Tyranny (6th Commandment)

Thank you, Sponge, for that post.

Note:  A poster named Sponge posted 80020  The Udall Amendment.  In that post, (referred to my 80020.1 post below), he quotes from an article that says “…the goal of Reid and Udall is not to expunge money from politics. Their goal is to expunge conservative money from politics—money that could be used against incumbents, money that could be used against them, money that could be used to organize and promote alternatives to the Hegelian god-state coming into being before our eyes. Their goal is no less than a silent coup, a renegotiation of the American social contract and the structure of the constitutional order, performed outside the public’s notice and without the public’s direct consent.”


Thank you, Sponge, for that post. 

I think your post refers to the amendment that George Will refers to in my post 79998.  You have a quote that refers to the Hegelian god-state coming into being before our eyes.

I was curious about “the Hegelian god-state”, so I clicked on the link that your article points to and that took me to Georg Hegel’s treatise on – so you can see where that’s going.  Reading Hegel’s words gives me a headache.  But what I can gather is, Hegel believed the State is the highest embodiment of the Divine Idea on earth and the chief means used by the Absolute in manifesting itself as it unfolds towards its perfect fulfillment.  Hegel's State has no room for the idea of individual rights; instead it provides an ethical underpinning for Tyranny. The State is an independent, self-sustaining, superorganism made up of men and having a purpose and will of its own.  True morality is expressed in and through the laws of the State that must be obeyed by the citizens of that State.  Liberty, the right to act rationally, consists in acting in conformity with the orders of the government.  The State has supreme right against the individual whose highest duty is to submit to the State.  Hegel calls for a tyrannical State that has absolute right over its component members precisely in order to attain maximum Liberty.
That sounds an awful lot like Baal Tyranny (79944) and my discussions regarding Liberty and Tyranny.  I’m excited to know that my description of this Federal Leviathan correlates with a famous philosopher.