Monthly Archives:February 2009
We are heading down the eugenics path. So obama is going to spend ANOTHER .63 trillion for socialized healthcare that si going to be rationed. How lovely. What these iudiots don’t see is that they are going to reduce the supply of medical care..the demand is going to stay the same or go up..so the costs instead of being under control are going to explode.
Look back at this post. If this gets ratified parental rights are gone..it’s all about the children. If you think we are a nation of crybabies before wait until the next few generations of children that grow up under this law will be. This will remove parents from the equation, increase the size of the folks on the gov’t dole..and when these crybabies start running amok we’ll see these same idiots wondering…”what went wrong?”
New ceo and their christian focus goes bye-bye.
You can download it here. The streaming link is below.
This is coming form a homosexual pastor? Unfortunatly he doens’t know or refuses to understand what the bible says about homosexuality..the word abomination is oen of them..unnatural is hte other. It is haggard that doesn’t know what Jesus says but more importnatly what the bible says.
Disgraced pastor Ted Haggard didn’t hold back when criticizing the Christian right during a recent interview, in which he accused the movement of acting ungospel-like and having the wrong understanding of human sexuality.
He pointed out that the only thing the Christian right is proud of from this past election is the passage of Proposition 8 in California – a measure that overturned a court ruling allowing same-sex marriage. Haggard believes that’s “not much to be proud of.”
Here are some of the things heading our way if obama signs this treaty:
According to the Parental Rights website, the substance of the CRC dictates the following:
- Parents would no longer be able to administer reasonable spankings to their children.
- A murderer aged 17 years, 11 months and 29 days at the time of his crime could no longer be sentenced to life in prison.
- Children would have the ability to choose their own religion while parents would only have the authority to give their children advice about religion.
- The best interest of the child principle would give the government the ability to override every decision made by every parent if a government worker disagreed with the parent’s decision.
- A child’s “right to be heard” would allow him (or her) to seek governmental review of every parental decision with which the child disagreed.
- According to existing interpretation, it would be illegal for a nation to spend more on national defense than it does on children’s welfare.
- Children would acquire a legally enforceable right to leisure.
- Teaching children about Christianity in schools has been held to be out of compliance with the CRC.
- Allowing parents to opt their children out of sex education has been held to be out of compliance with the CRC.
- Children would have the right to reproductive health information and services, including abortions, without parental knowledge or consent.
Read the linked article for full details.
Barry missed a critical point…once something is natioalized it’s never going back to the private sector. All nationalization does is reward the bad behavior of those who drove their banks into the ground..let these banks fail. There3 are tons of small and mid sized banks that did not go into the stupidity of the larger banks and they are fine..most of them are actually growing. These analysts tend to focus on the megacorps..frankly we would be better off without some of them..expecially the mega banks.
Rosemont residents file lawsuit
Originally published February 03, 2009
By Karen Gardner
The owners of four Rosemont properties filed suit against the city of Brunswick on Monday, citing Brunswick’s intention to shut off public water service to Rosemont water customers in June.
The lawsuit, filed in Frederick County Circuit Court, asks the court to invalidate Brunswick’s ordinance ending water service to Rosemont customers June 2. The lawsuit also asks that Brunswick pay the cost of court proceedings.
The property owners and plaintiffs are Thomas B. Watson, chairman of a Rosemont committee to study the issue and a member of the Rosemont Town Council, and his wife, Charlotte A Watson; Mary Slagle and Mahlon H. Slagle Jr.; Raleigh S. Boaze Jr. and Janet A. Boaze; and Glenn R. Moler and Jacklin L. Moler. All live within the limits of the village of Rosemont, which has about 275 residents.
Rosemont was incorporated in 1954. Water lines were installed in the area around 1940. Brunswick provides public water service not only to residents within the city limits, but to residents of Knoxville, Rosemont, other unincorporated areas of Frederick County, a small portion of southern Washington County and a few property owners across the Potomac River in Loudoun County, Va. The water comes from the Potomac River and nearby springs.
At a town meeting last week, Rosemont residents were concerned that losing water service could become a public health issue and lower the value of the 79 Rosemont properties served by Brunswick water lines.
According to the lawsuit, in the 1930s or 1940s, Brunswick submitted a request to the federal Works Progress Administration asking for funds to pay for the extension and/or improvements to its water supply and distribution system. As part of the project, Brunswick extended its water supply and distribution lines to various properties outside its corporate limits. Brunswick has continuously provided water service and maintenance of the lines and infrastructure since at least the late 1940s, the suit states.
Property owners outside of Brunswick pay higher rates than those in Brunswick.
The Brunswick ordinance, passed unanimously by the City Council in December, says nothing about shutting off water service to other users of the Brunswick water system outside the city limits.
According to the lawsuit, Brunswick has acted in the capacity of a public utility by providing water service to the plaintiffs, and is required to continue such service. Before altering the water lines to cut off service to Rosemont, the lawsuit states that Brunswick would need a permit from the Maryland Department of the Environment. The lawsuit also states that Brunswick has no such permit.
Rosemont Burgess Jackie Ebersole has said Rosemont cannot act on behalf of its citizens, because the town itself is not a Brunswick water customer.
She has also said Rosemont does not have the funding to take over the water lines, although the town is willing to work with Brunswick to come up with funds to maintain the lateral connections from the main water line to Rosemont properties.
“Brunswick has left us no choice,” Watson said. “They have maintained their same position. They will not negotiate unless someone takes full ownership of the lines.”
Brunswick officials have maintained that they must do what is best for the citizens of Brunswick.
whoopsie. Mr. phelps thought he could sneak this in? Once you get famous..at all..you relaly ahve to live like a hermit or you’ll get snapped doing something…
Want to see what the “stimulus” relaly has in it? Did you relaly doubt this is nothing more than the swine democrats lining hte trough with pork for their own consumption? Tax and spend..Oink Oink Oink…all while slowly cutting our defense budget. i served in the Navy when another porker was inn offce..Slick Willy. I saw what his cuts did to our military..constant parts shortages, ships not being truly combat ready due to various critical systems failures due to lack of funding for maintenance and poarts..etc etc etc.