Socialism’s Snake Oil Salesman–Barack Obama–Encountering Consumer Resistence and Voter Remorse

Posted on July 31, 2009. Filed under: Blogroll, Climate, Economics, Energy, government spending, Health Care, People, Politics, Rants, Raves, Regulations, Taxes, Technology, Video, Wisdom | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , |



“I am certain that nothing has done so much to destroy the juridical safeguards of individual freedom as the striving after this mirage of social justice. “

~Friedrich A. Hayek, Economic Freedom and Representative Government (1973)




Obama wants to destroy our healthcare: Mark Levin on Hannity


No matter how good a salesman you are, trying to sell a product or service that people do not want can be difficult.

Few Americans want to pay more money for electricity,  gasoline, food or health care.

Most Americans would like to see lower prices for electricity, gasoline, food, health care and other goods and services.

Americans are always looking for a bargain or lower prices.

The Cap and Trade Con Exposed – It’s your money they want – It’s a “Tax” for Goldman Sachs

Call of the Wild: Cap & Tax Policy

If the cap and trade energy tax bill were to pass, the prices of all goods and service that use energy will rise significantly.

Using propaganda or public relations to market the concept that man is the cause of global warming or climate change is not working.

The American people have an innate common sense that tells them that man is not responsible for climate change or global warming.

Think about it for a minute.

Man is the cause of the weather.

Are you crazy?

Apparently many in the progressive radical socialist Democratic Party are nuts if they think the American people are falling for this nonsense and hysteria.

Nice try but no sale on the energy tax or cap and trade.

Most Americans have health insurance coverage that they like and are satisfied with and do not want to be forced to changed to another plan.

Please leave us alone is a message the political elites have trouble understanding.

Obama Calls for New Health Care Spending Cuts


Brown-Waite: President’s words do not match his party’s plan

Blatant Hypocrisy: The Democrats Silence on Obama Medicare Cuts

The American people do not want their health insurance taxed.

The American people do not want to pay the health insurance coverage of illegal aliens nor for Americans who can afford coverage but elect to spend their money on something else.

Testimony of illegal alien care from 1 Florida hospital

Barack Obama Health Care Benefits For Illegal Aliens!

Cavuto: Will Illegal Immigrants Get Free Health Care with Barack Obama’s Plan?

The American people do not want to see Medicare expenditures significantly cut so that illegal aliens can have health insurance as well as jobs that American citizens should have and did before the political elites in Washington supported open borders and amnesty proposals.

Medicare cuts – the effect on family physicians and patients

There are roughly between 15,000,000 and 30,000,000 illegal aliens working and living in the United States. Nobody including the US government has a more accurate estimate and the US government is not commenting on the range. It could actually be higher!

These illegal aliens make up a large percentage of the so-called health care uninsured of roughly 50,000,000.

While American citizens will be forced to buy a mandatory Federal Government qualified health insurance plan or face an IRS fine, illegal aliens would continue to be eligible for free health care at our hospitals and emergency rooms.


The Federal Government headed by President Obama continues to refuse to remove and deport illegal aliens–they cannot find them–except when it comes time to provide health care benefits and in the future amnesty and a “pathway to citizenship”.

The American people who are between jobs and looking for work do not want to be forced into buying health insurance instead of food for their family and gasoline to look for a job.

The American people want to spend their hard earned money on the goods and services they want to spend them on and not pay for the health care of illegal aliens.

This is what economists call consumer sovereignty .

The progressive radical socialists of the Democratic Party led by President Obama want to replace consumer soveignity with government soveignity where they decide what you will buy.

When our representatives and Senators return to their congressional districts and states, the American consumer and voter will be heard.

Both the cap and trade energy tax and the Obama care health care bills are not what the American people want or need.

Any elected politician that supports these bills can be expected to be voted out of office in 2010, 2012, or 2014.

In America consumers are king and voters can and will change their minds as to who represents them in Washington.

More and more Americans are also noticing that Barack Obama is a notorious liar.

People do not willingly buy from a salesman they do not trust.

Increasingly more and more reporters and commentors on television and talk radio are noticing President Obama’s habitual lying.

Once this trust with the American people is broken, the American people will lose any confidence that the President can be believed and trusted on anything.

In less than twelve months Barack Obama’s presidency will be over when his lying and hidden agenda are revealed as something the American people and voters do not want nor need.




“Is it really likely that a National Planning Officer would have a better judgement of ‘the number of cars, the number of generators, and the quantities of frozen foods we are likely to require in, say, five years,’ than Ford or General Motors etc., and, even more important, would it even be desirable that various companies in an industry all act on the same guess? ”

~Friedrich A. Hayek, New Studies in Philosophy Politics, Economics and the History of Ideas (1978)



Background Articles and Videos

August 22: Join the nationwide Recess Rally; Dems performing CPR on Obamacare

By Michelle Malkin  •  July 29, 2009 10:27 AM



“…We have the momentum to kill Obamacare.

The congressional recess period is critical.

I’ve joined many grass-roots groups in a nationwide coalition holding a Recess Rally on August 22, 2009.

The Tea Party revolt and the grass-roots counterinsurgency against the health care takeover have taken congressional offices locally and Washington, D.C. by storm.

Now, more than ever: Crank it up, spread the truth, raise your voices, and tell Washington…

Hands Off Our Health Care. …”

Go to Recess Rally to get organized.




“…Consumer sovereignty is a term which is used in economics to refer to the rule or sovereignty of purchasers in markets as to production of goods. It is the power of consumers to decide what gets produced. People use the this term to describe the consumer as the “king,” or ruler, of the market, the one who determines what products will be produced. [1] Also, this term denotes the way in which a consumer ideologically choices to buy a good or service. Furthermore,the term can be used as either a norm (as to what consumers should be permitted) or a description (as to what consumers are permitted).

In unrestricted markets, those with income or wealth are able to use their purchasing power to motivate producers as what to produce (and how much). Customers do not necessarily have to buy and, if dissatisfied, can take their business elsewhere, while the profit-seeking sellers find that they can make the greatest profit by trying to provide the best possible products for the price (or the lowest possible price for a given product). In the language of cliché, “The one with the gold makes the rules.”

To most neoclassical economists, complete consumer sovereignty is an ideal rather than a reality because of the existence — or even the ubiquity — of market failure. Some economists of the Chicago school and the Austrian school see consumer sovereignty as a reality in a free market economy without interference from government or other non-market institutions, or anti-market institutions such as monopolies or cartels. That is, alleged market failures are seen as being a result of non-market forces.

The term “consumer sovereignty” was coined by William Hutt who firstly used it in his 1936 book “Economists and the Public”. …”


 Lindzen on Climate Hysteria

Resisting climate hysteria

by Richard S. Lindzen on Quadrant Online

July 26, 2009

A Case Against Precipitous Climate Action

“…The notion of a static, unchanging climate is foreign to the history of the earth or any other planet with a fluid envelope. The fact that the developed world went into hysterics over changes in global mean temperature anomaly of a few tenths of a degree will astound future generations. Such hysteria simply represents the scientific illiteracy of much of the public, the susceptibility of the public to the substitution of repetition for truth, and the exploitation of these weaknesses by politicians, environmental promoters, and, after 20 years of media drum beating, many others as well. Climate is always changing. We have had ice ages and warmer periods when alligators were found in Spitzbergen. Ice ages have occurred in a hundred thousand year cycle for the last 700 thousand years, and there have been previous periods that appear to have been warmer than the present despite CO2 levels being lower than they are now. More recently, we have had the medieval warm period and the little ice age. During the latter, alpine glaciers advanced to the chagrin of overrun villages. Since the beginning of the 19th Century these glaciers have been retreating. Frankly, we don’t fully understand either the advance or the retreat.

excerpts: …”


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Health Care Resources

Posted on July 21, 2009. Filed under: Blogroll, Economics, Education, Employment, government spending, Health Care, Law, Links, Politics, Raves, Resources, Taxes, Wisdom | Tags: , , , |


American Enterprise Institute
1150 17th Street NW
Washington, DC 20036
phone 202/207-0190
fax 202/862-7177

American Legislative Exchange Council
1101 Vermont Avenue NW
11th Floor
Washington, D.C. 20005
phone 202/466-3800
fax 202/466-3801

Americans for Free Choice in Medicine
1525 Superior Avenue #101
Newport Beach, CA 92663

Americans for Prosperity
807 Brazos Street #210
Austin, TX 78701-9996
phone 512/476-5905
fax 512/476-5906

Americans for Tax Reform
1920 L Street NW #200
Washington, DC 20036
phone 202/785-0266

Association of American Physicians and Surgeons
1601 North Tucson Boulevard #9
Tucson, AZ 85716
phone 520/327-4885
fax 520/326-3529

The Beacon Hill Institute
8 Ashburton Place
Boston, MA 02108
phone 617/573-8750
fax 617/720-4272

Bluegrass Institute for Public Policy Solutions
400 East Main Avenue #306
Bowling Green, KY 42102
phone 270/782-2140
fax 305/675-0220

Cato Institute
1000 Massachusetts Avenue NW
Washington, DC 20001
phone 202/789-5269
fax 202/842-3490

The Center for Bioethics and Human Dignity
2065 Half Day Road
Bannockburn, IL 60015
phone 847/317-8180
fax 847/317-8101

Center for Health Transformation
1425 K Street NW #750
Washington, DC 20005
phone 202/375-2001

Center for Long-Term Care Financing
2212 Queen Anne Avenue North #110
Seattle, WA 98109
phone 206/283-7036
fax 206/283-6356

ChiroCode Institute
7315 North 16th Street #200
Phoenix, AZ 85020
phone 602/944-9877
fax 602/944-3337

Christus Medicus Foundation
3707 West Maple
Bloomfield Hills, MI 48301
phone 248/594-8664
fax 248/594-8663

Citizens’ Council on Health Care
1954 University Avenue West #8
St. Paul, MN 55104
phone 651/646-8935
fax 651/646-0100

Coalition for Affordable Health Coverage
1615 L Street NW #650
Washington, DC 20036
phone 202/626-8545
fax 202/626-8593

Consumers for Health Care Choices
442 North Potomac Street
Hagerstown, MD 21740
phone 301/606-7364

Council for Affordable Health Insurance
127 South Peyton Street #210
Alexandria, VA 22314
phone 703/836-6200

Discovery Institute
405 Slater Street South
Kirkland, WA 98033
phone 425/828-0444

Edison Health Innovations
7315 North 16th Street #200
Phoenix, AZ 85020
phone 602/944-9877
fax 602/944-3337

Ethan Allen Institute
4836 Kirby Mountain Road
Concord, VT 05824
phone 802/695-1448
fax 802/695-1436

Evergreen Freedom Foundation
P.O. Box 552
Olympia, WA 98507
phone 360/956-3482
fax 360/352-1874

The Flint Hills Center for Public Policy
Consumer Driven Health Care Project
P.O. Box 311
Marvell, AR 72366
phone 316/634-0218
fax 316/634-0219

Galen Institute
P.O. Box 19080
Alexandria, VA 22320-0080
phone 703/299-8900
fax 703/299-0721

Georgia Public Policy Foundation
6100 Lake Forest Drive NW #110
Atlanta, GA 30328
phone 404/256-4050
fax 404/256-9909

Golden Rule Insurance Company
1090 Vermont Avenue NW #1290
Washington, DC 20005
phone 202/589-0088
fax 202/589-0094

Grassroot Institute of Hawaii
1314 South King Street #1163
Honolulu, HI 96814
phone 808/591-9193
fax 808/484-0117

The Heartland Institute
19 South LaSalle Street #903
Chicago, IL 60603
phone 312/377-4000
fax 312/377-5000

The Heritage Foundation
214 Massachusetts Avenue NE
Washington, DC 20002
phone 202/608-6221
fax 202/675-1754

Illinois Policy Institute
715 South Seventh Street #305
Springfield, IL 62703
phone 217/544-4759

Independence Institute
13952 Denver West Parkway #400
Golden, CO 80401
phone 303/279-6356
fax 303/279-4176

The Independent Institute
100 Swan Way
Oakland, CA 94621-1428
phone 510/632-1366
fax 510/568-6040

Institute for Health Freedom
1825 I Street NW #400
Washington, DC 20006
phone 202/429-6610
fax 202/861-1973

Institute for Health Policy Solutions
1444 I Street NW #900
Washington, DC 20005
phone 202/789-1491, ext. 114
fax 202/789-1879

Institute for Policy Innovation
331 North First Avenue #250
Phoenix, AZ 85003
phone 602/253-1821
fax 602/452-2929

James Madison Institute
P.O Box 37460
Tallahassee, FL 32315-7460
phone 850/386-3131
fax 850/386-1807

John Locke Foundation
200 West Morgan Street #200
Raleigh, NC 27601
phone 919/828-3876
fax 919/821-5117

The Latino Coalition
707 Fifth Street SE
Washington, DC 20003
phone 202/546-0008
fax 202/546-0807

The Maine Heritage Policy Center
P.O. Box 7829
Portland, ME 04112
phone 207/321-2550
fax 207/773-4385

Maine Public Policy Institute
4362 Sandstone Drive
St. Paul, MN 55122
phone 312/953-3866

Manhattan Institute for Policy Research
Center for Medical Progress
52 Vanderbilt Avenue
New York, NY 10017
phone 212/599-7000

Maryland Public Policy Institute
P.O. Box 195
Germantown, MD 20875-0195
phone 877/686-3510
fax 240/686-3511

Mercatus Center at George Mason University
3301 North Fairfax Drive #450
Arlington, VA 22201
phone 703/993-4934
fax 703/995-4835

Mississippi Center for Public Policy
P.O. Box 13514
Jackson, MS 39236
phone 601/969-1200
fax 601/969-1600

The National Association for the Self-Employed
1200 G Street NW #800
Washington, DC 20005
phone 202/466-2100
fax 202/466-2123

National Center for Policy Analysis
12770 Coit Road #800
Dallas, TX 75251
phone 972/386-6272
fax 972/386-0924

National Center for Public Policy Research
501 Capitol Court NE #200
Washington, DC 20002
phone 202/543-4110
fax 202/543-5975

National Federation of Independent Business Research Foundation
1201 F Street NW #200
Washington, DC 20004
phone 202/554-9000
fax 202/554-5572

National Physicians Center for Family Resources
P.O. Box 59692
Birmingham, AL 35259
phone 205/870-0234
fax 310/589-4993

New Mexico Independence Research Institute
2401 Nieve Lane
Las Cruces, NM 88005
phone 505/523-8700

Pacific Research Institute for Public Policy
755 Sansome Street #450
San Francisco, CA 94111
phone 415/955-6100
fax 415/989-2411

Public Health Policy Advisory Board
2175 K Street NW #700
Washington, DC 20037
phone 202/775-1110
fax 202/775-1767

Public Interest Institute
600 North Jackson Street
Mount Pleasant, IA 52641-1328
phone 319/385-3462
fax 319/385-3799

Public Policy Institute of New York State, Inc.
152 Washington Avenue
Albany, NY 12210-2289
phone 518/465-7517
fax 518/432-4537

2915 Hunter Mill Road #23
Oakton VA 22124
phone 703/319-0009
fax 703/319-8842

Rio Grande Foundation
P.O. Box 2015
Tijeras, NM 87059
phone 505/286-2030
fax 505/286-2422

4300 Talbot Road South #314
Renton, WA 98055
phone 425/255-4166

Small Business & Entrepreneurship Council
1920 L Street NW #200
Washington, DC 20036
phone 202/785-0238
fax 202/467-6551

South Carolina Policy Council
1323 Pendleton Street
Columbia, SC 29201
phone 803/779-5022
fax 803/779-4953

Stanton Park Group
101 Constitution Avenue NW #800
Washington, DC 20001
phone 202/742-4318
fax 202/742-4314

Strategic Advocacy
P.O. Box 114
Saco, ME 04072
phone 207/590-4540
fax 207/221-1041

Tennessee Center for Policy Research
P.O. Box 121331
Nashville, TN 37212
phone 615/383-6431
fax 615/383-6432

Texas Citizen Action Network
1000 Brazos Street #100
Austin, TX 78734
phone 512/225-5885
fax 512/476-5909

Texas Public Policy Foundation
900 Congress Avenue, Suite 400,
Austin, TX 78701
phone 512/472-2700
fax 512/472-2728

USA Next-United Seniors Association
3900 Jermantown Road #450
Fairfax, VA 22030
phone 703/359-6500
fax 703/359-6510

Washington Legal Foundation
2009 Massachusetts Avenue NW
Washington, DC 20036
phone 202/588-0302
fax 202/588-0386

Washington Policy Center
P.O. Box 3643
Seattle, WA 98124-3643
phone 425/454-1410

Wynnewood Institute
104 Haverford Road
Wynnewood, PA 19096-3817
phone 610/642-2563
fax 610/642-2654

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