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My Solution to the Hobby Lobby Supreme Court Decision

The Supreme Court ruled in favor of Hobby Lobby in stating that Hobby Lobby did not have to provide coverage for contraception to their employees because they objected on religious grounds.  What needs to be done now is not bickering over whether the decision was the correct decision or not.  People who cannot afford contraception still need contraception.  My solution is to have a fundraiser and raise money so these people can have access to contraception.

It is important to make sure these people get contraception for two reasons: 1)If they cannot afford contraception, then they cannot afford raising a baby.  The more people needing help raising a baby, the greater the financial strain it will be for all Americans.  2)If they can’t figure out a way to get a few bucks for condoms or a few more bucks for the pill, then they’re probably not smart enough to figure out to hold their sexual urges as much as possible until things get better financially.

If there is enough positive response to this idea, I will set up a donation page sometime after the Fourth of July holiday weekend.

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July 2, 2014 Posted by | Ahmnodt, commentary, editorial, health care, humor, issues, satire | , , , , , , , | Comments Off on My Solution to the Hobby Lobby Supreme Court Decision

A Sad Day for America

The Supreme Court voted today 5-4 to uphold “ObamaCare.”  To show that I am not a ranting Republican with a knee-jerk reaction to anything President Obama does, I will explain why the Republicans are also to blame for this ruling.

Do not forget that the heart and soul of “ObamaCare” came from a health care plan implemented in Massachusetts.  Their health care plan is the “brainchild” of their former governor, Mitt Romney.  Mitt Romney is a Republican.

The vote on the Supreme Court was 5-4 with the deciding vote being cast by Chief Justice John Roberts.  He was appointed to the Supreme Court by former President George W. Bush.  George W. Bush is a Republican.

The reason why it is a sad say for Americans is because this decision does NOTHING to encourage thriftiness in spending.  It doesn’t answer why it costs $20 for a Tylenol at a hospital or why everything associated with healthcare (doctors, medicine, medical equipment, hospitals, malpractice attorneys) is so expensive.  With “no insurance for me, thank you very much” no longer an option, insurance companies (the companies people say Democrats hate, but become the big winners under “Obamacare”) can raise rates because they now know that a person not carrying insurance is no longer an option.

This is why I am an independent.  The political party says one thing but always seems to set the groundwork for the exact opposite.  I don’t have to worry about leaders in my party undermining everything I believe in and they say they believe in.

My plan is the only plan that tries to tackle the costs of healthcare.  Affordable health care  means less money needed for insurance premiums and fewer taxes collected for Medicare and Medicaid.  Both “ObamaCare” and “RomneyCare” will end up costing Americans more money out of their pockets than we are currently paying.

June 28, 2012 Posted by | campaign, commentary, Democrats, editorial, health care, Obama, politics, Republicans, satire | , , , , , , , , , | 3 Comments

I Win a Straw Poll

I am proud to announce that I have finally won a straw poll.  Depending on how one interprets the results, I either won handily (66.67% of the votes cast) or by one vote.  Final Results of the R.U. Heare* Household Poll:

HEARE: 2 votes

CAIN: 1 vote

For some reason, my father did not vote for me.  (He voted for me in 2008 while my mother voted for Barack Obama).  My parents never vote for the same candidate.  My father is a staunch Republican and my mother is a tree-hugging liberal.  But there is more to their relationship than politics.   They both enjoy art, watching game shows, and tormenting me.

I should mention that the reason why I am in Washington and not home working is because of holidays.  My latest client took a couple days off because he is Jewish and will be observing Yom Kippur tomorrow night.  Monday is Columbus Day, when we Americans celebrate the birthday of a guy who got lost four times.

I am hoping to gain some support for the “Occupy Pennsylvania Avenue” rally I want to start this weekend.  While “Occupy Wall Street” has good intentions, it won’t be able to accomplish much because Wall Streeters don’t write laws.  They only pay guys to write the laws for them.  “Occupy Pennsylvania” will go right to the sources – the people Wall Streeters are paying as well as the President and the Supreme Court.

Things need to change and they need to change as soon as possible.  America cannot afford to wait until you vote for me.  We can’t wait for the guy who people voted for to deliver that change either.  He has had almost three years and there hasn’t been much change.  We have to bring the change because as long as the powers that be are being well off for not changing, they’re not going to change.

*R.U. Heare is my father, Robert Ulysses Heare.

October 6, 2011 Posted by | Ahmnodt, change, commentary, editorial, humor, Obama, politics, voting | , , , , , , | 4 Comments

2011 and the Supreme Court

This week I will be taking a look at what will be happening to Washington in 2011. I will be looking at the House, the Senate, the White House, the Supreme Court, and Federal agencies. Today I will look at the Supreme Court.

The Supreme Court claims to be impartial, but let’s face it:  There are 5 Republicans and 4 Democrats on the court.  Many of the recent rulings have gone 5-4 with Chief Justice John Roberts and Justices Samuel Alito, Anthony Kennedy, Antonin Scalia, and Clarence Thomas voting Republican.  Justices Steven Breyer, Ruth Bader Ginsberg, Elena Kagan, and Sonia Sotomayor voting with the Democrats.  There are instances when there is a bipartisan agreement, but this is limited to 9-0 decisions not to hear cases.

It’s a bit more difficult to guess what the Supreme Court will decide because many of the cases haven’t been filed yet.  The Supreme Court is a little like Major League Baseball in one matter:  The cases they hear are like the regular season and post season in baseball.  The week when they announce their decisions on the cases they heard is similar to when baseball announces their awards for MVP, Cy Young, Rookie of the Year, and Manager of the Year.  Another similarity is both have nine uniformed people in their lineups.

One upcoming case is “Montana v. Wyoming“.  while this is going to be settled in a judicial court, I would have settled it on a basketball court between the University of Montana and the University of Wyoming.  These games could generate revenue for the schools and could cut tuition costs.

While it is hard to figure out how the Supreme Court will rule on cases they haven’t heard yet, there is a good chance it will be 5-4.

January 7, 2011 Posted by | commentary, economy, humor, issues, satire, Washington | , , , | 2 Comments

Another Censorship Rant

I do not get it.  If you are going to run a website that represent views, don’t be surprised if readers have different views.  I do not censor opposing views on this blog.  I am capable enough to beat opposing views.  Censorship will not make the world a better place.  People need to hear as many different views as possible in order to make an informed decision.

What really confuses me is that I posted a point of view that supports the blog entry I was replying to on the Huffington Post.  It was about Justice John Paul Stevens’ decision in “Citizens United vs. Federal Elections Commission.” It was the basis in which that Murray Hill, Inc. declared its candidacy for Congress, making it the first corporation to run for office.

I have stated in the past that I fully endorse Murray Hill Inc.’s run for Congress.  I reiterated that point in my reply as well as showing the link where I endorsed Murray Hill Inc.  It was held for “moderation” and rejected.

Replies to my blog are not moderated and are only deleted if the reply has nothing to do with the topic.  You can disagree with me on anything or everything, and I will let you post it.  There may occasionally be a cuss word deleted or masked. (My mother reads the blog and does not appreciate that kind of language.), but I will otherwise let the post stand.  I will explain in a gentlemanly manner why I am right and you are wrong.  This is how to solve problems.

If you want me to believe that your point of view is correct, then you have to allow disagreeing views and attack the views in a respectful manner.  This means not calling the replier names and not dismissing the reply without giving a valid argument why the reply is wrong.  It also means not deleting the reply because you do not know how to handle it.

If you want to read a blog and not be able to disagree, that’s your business.  If you want a well-mannered discussion of the issues of the day (Like the Cinemafia’s ruining American entertainment), then this is the blog you should be reading.

April 17, 2010 Posted by | commentary, editorial, satire | , , , , , , | 8 Comments

Ticking Off the Supreme Court

President Obama made a comment about last week’s Supreme Court decision allowing corporations to be treated as an individual for campaign contributions.While Democrats and (a rarity) Republicans gave the President a standing ovation, the SUpreme Court justices sat there in their robes with their arms folded.

January 27, 2010 Posted by | commentary, Democrats, Republicans, satire, State of the Union 2010 | , | 1 Comment

Could You Appoint a Supreme Court Justice with an Opposing View on Roe. v. Wade?

I can try.  I will look for people who think outside the box like I do.  I would pick a Justice who will do something about those hideous black robes.

October 15, 2008 Posted by | Ahmnodt, campaign, debate, issues, Platform, satire | , , | 1 Comment

   

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