Sunday, February 16, 2014

Obama, legislator-in-chief, suffers setback on illegal IRS rules

By Timothy P. Carney Feb. 11, 2014
 “The IRS may not unilaterally expand its authority through such an expansive, atextual, and ahistorical reading of” the law. The Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit used these words in a Feb. 11 ruling that struck down an Obama administration regulation on tax preparers.
Federal judges should copy this phrase and be ready to paste it into rulings -- sometimes replacing "IRS" with "Health and Human Services" -- as President Obama continues to act as legislator in chief, making and amending laws as he sees fit, separation of powers be damned.  In the same week Obama illegally delayed the employer mandate and out of thin air created a bizarre loyalty oath to administer to companies suffering from Obamacare, a federal court unanimously smacked down his IRS for executive overreach…..To Read More….
My Take - So from this reading are we to assume companies can lay poeple off to avoid Obamacare costs and the IRS cannot force anyone to divulge why they're laying people off?  Amazing!  Does anyone really believe this could have been an issue 50 years ago, 40 years ago, 20 years ago, or even 10 years ago?  After so many years of dumbed down education, and almost over 90 years of infiltration and corruption by communists in government, academia, and the media it's a wonder it took this long to get to this point of Constitutional collapse.  What's the answer?  Repeal the 16th and 17th amendments!  Everything that has happened since 1913, when both were passed, and there is documentation to show [whether legitimate or not is another issue] the passage of both was rigged, to undermine the Constitution rests on those two laws.  What are the 16th and 17th amendments?  This is an excellent opportunity to expand your horizons and attain historical elightenment.  Look-em up!

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