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Wednesday, July 11, 2012

For The Love Of God

I suppose, if this ever goes before Chief Justice John Roberts, who will go down in history as being the one man who gave license to the United States government's unlimited power to tax, he'll be just fine with it:

"No one believes children should be bullied in school, no matter what the genesis of the bullying. But to think that somehow Congress could stop playground taunting, middle-school teasing, or insults leveled through social media is illogical. Yet Representatives Sheila Jackson Lee (D–TX) and Lamar Smith (R–TX) think they can do just that by expanding Juvenile Accountability Block Grants to include school bullying."

These two twits - one an ignorant fool, and the other ... well, he's no better, apparently - want the United States government to involve itself in school playground interaction.

The federal government.

The same federal government that ignores its explicit Constitutional obligation to come up with a freaking budget each year.

So, what?  That multitude of IRS agents that the President is assembling to enforce ObamaCare, are they going to patrol every school playground in the country to make sure Billy isn't pulling Suzy's hair?

My God.  We're doomed.