• JamesJoyce commented on the blog post No, the ACA Hasn’t Ended Medical Bankruptcy

    2014-11-26 13:15:59View | Delete

    Silence?

  • JamesJoyce commented on the blog post No, the ACA Hasn’t Ended Medical Bankruptcy

    2014-11-26 10:56:03View | Delete

    It was Hillary who along with the Heritage Institute which proposed re-instituting peonage, in the form of a coercive levied tax penalty.

    Why not just make it a criminal offense to not buy fucking heath insurance from a tax fucking exempt fucking corporation?????????????

    Individual Mandate, AKA is Involuntary Servitude….

    Roberts is a fuck up, just like Taney and apparently the folks here need to study those reconstruction amendments ending slavery and involuntary servitude to get a better understanding of reality.

    Corporate Fucking Servitude!!!!!!!!!!

  • JamesJoyce commented on the blog post No, the ACA Hasn’t Ended Medical Bankruptcy

    2014-11-26 09:56:32View | Delete

    See comment #3

  • JamesJoyce commented on the blog post The Exchanges can be Fixed but They were meant to be Broken

    2014-11-26 08:45:24View | Delete

    Money grubbing addicts….

  • JamesJoyce commented on the blog post No, the ACA Hasn’t Ended Medical Bankruptcy

    2014-11-26 08:33:50View | Delete

    Involuntary servitude is unconstitutional.

    We fought a civil war over leveraged servitude to an interest. Peonage is servitude…..

  • JamesJoyce commented on the blog post If there’s one thing that is true

    2014-11-26 08:30:52View | Delete

    No justice is common place in America.

  • JamesJoyce commented on the blog post If there’s one thing that is true

    2014-11-26 04:23:05View | Delete

    Robert is an asshole.

  • JamesJoyce commented on the blog post Questions from Ferguson

    2014-11-25 16:40:58View | Delete

    At least for another generation, or as long as the current generation in power isn’t surfing dirt.

    Learned behavior is hard to unlearn. In general the behavior goes extinct when those who exhibit the behavior cease to exist while society progresses…

    Some still embrace vestiges of an old institution, benefactors of that learned behavior economically and socially, and think it’s normal.

    Like being brought up to be a drunk in a family were the drunkard’s behavior, is considered normal? But its not…..

  • JamesJoyce commented on the blog post Questions from Ferguson

    2014-11-25 15:27:59View | Delete

    Wilson is a wimp. I’ve taken pucks and sticks to the head. Cuts stitches and never mind countless, concussions. Had teeth knocked out whole from my mouth. Broken legs and hips….

    Wilson’s life was never in danger to the extent he claims. He was the “aggressor” with a weapon acting under the color of law, as a trained lawmen.

    The severity of Wilson’s injury does not match getting fucking whacked twice in the head, as he claims. He would be eaten alive in a real trial on the stand, on this alone. His testimony might be impugned by evidence.

    That is the great thing about “trial.” Evidence can be challenged. Having sat on Grand Jury a GJ member’s ability to challenge “probable cause,” for an arrest, in an ongoing investigation or the evidence as presented by DA, does not exist. All we could do was to vote no true bill, if the conduct of police did not pass sniff test, or the evidence was garbage. We were very limited by this process. It was not a trial in any sense of the word. It was one sided and some expressed concerns about abuse of process. BTW, every true bill we issued, was followed by conviction or plea deal. No one walked…

    Sorry, I know injury and pain much to well to be played on this one. Brown did not deserve “death” for his alleged transgressions, bottom line.

  • JamesJoyce commented on the blog post Questions from Ferguson

    2014-11-25 14:44:46View | Delete

    Many are buying into the distractions. The sad reality is, we have seen this all before. Kelly Thomas was also killed and cops not indicted. That was all on tape.

    In Germany some thought they were following lawful orders. That was until they met Americans. Everything has been turned upside down, in Ferguson.

  • JamesJoyce commented on the blog post Questions from Ferguson

    2014-11-25 14:26:49View | Delete

    “I’m more concerned about what if Wilson is really innocent? Is there anyone concerned about that.”

    Nice thing about “due process” is, it cuts both ways…..

    Failure to to obtain a “true bill,” in this instance is understandable.

    Given that a Grand Jury’s power to “investigate,” goes back to Salem Witch Trials the very nature of the “secretive,” and “non adversarial process,” is ripe for abuse. I still ask, is there not a higher standard to be levied against trained law enforcement, in the use of deadly force?

    If I was yelling at some “punk” to use the crosswalk and we had a run in leaving me to light up Brown the way Wilson did, there would be no need for a Grand Jury. The DA would “press charges,” based on the information alone and I would be in jail. Shooting a guy twelve times for jaywalking might be a little over the top and excessive, scared shit-less or not? The deceased did not have a gun! I’m fucked…

  • JamesJoyce commented on the blog post No Tech Worker Shortage, No STEM Crisis

    2014-11-25 11:23:50View | Delete

    Yes it is a bogus argument…..

  • JamesJoyce commented on the blog post No Tech Worker Shortage, No STEM Crisis

    2014-11-25 11:23:11View | Delete

    “…it’s all about cheap labor.”

    This is not funny. The institution of slavery and involuntary servitude was all about, “CHEAP LABOR.” This is why there were fugitive slave laws, to protect slave owner’s business interests.

    Deja Vu!!!

  • JamesJoyce commented on the blog post Questions from Ferguson

    2014-11-25 11:15:51View | Delete

    One would think a trained law enforcement officer would be held to a higher standard in the use of deadly force?

    Apparently, “being scared by the devil” as a trained lawman justifies killing and unarmed citizen? I’ve heard this argument before. It is not a defense for excessive force resulting in death of an unarmed citizen.

    The “Nuremberg Effect,” is real, in America. It is not illusory!
    The “Curse of “Dred Scott” is real in America. It is not illusory.
    Learned behaviors are not illusory and death is real.

  • JamesJoyce commented on the blog post No Tech Worker Shortage, No STEM Crisis

    2014-11-25 10:57:16View | Delete

    “….political maneuvering to promote economic interests.”

    Yes we have ample history to show how promotion of self interest works in America, to the detriment of the republic. One such example of promoting and protecting one’s self interest politically was the Scott decision of 1857.

    A legal decision, concerning uncompensated toils of slave protecting property owners who benefited economically from the lack of protection of law for another human being. BTW, six of the seven Justices who voted to dismiss Scott’s petition, were slave-owners.

    “So let’s get real and recognize the continued cries of worker shortages and education shortfalls from the tech industry for what they are….”

    Bullshit, just like back in 1857!

  • It would be interesting to see what percentage of the overall state based corporate health insurance, operate as Tax Exempt Corporations, vs those that are for profit, both before and after the passage of the ACA

    Reason being is this. The lack of a tax liability, deemed exempt by the IRS, is a subsidy given by the taxpayers to theses discriminating corporations for decades.

    So for years health insurance corporations discriminated against people, while enjoying tax exempt status, as a public charity, under state law?

    This is “corporate sodomy” beyond words and a gullible credulous society is just can’t figure out how we have been boxed in by the power of Money!

    Revenue neutral? My Ass!

  • For-profit insurance: You’re limited to plans offered in your geographic area and you can only buy the plans and thus the networks and forumularies, and thus the healthcare that you can afford.

    Now we are getting a little closer to the truth here Marym. It looks like corporate segregation, vs state sponsored segregation. However the “segregation” is not along lines of race. It is “economic segregation” while using protecting state based geographic monopolies, using a mandate.

    Citizens United is the modern Scott vs Sanford, in modern form. Servitude to corporate under fear of state levied coercive punitive financial penalty in the absence of being convicted of a crime, is unconstitutional, in America. It is Involuntary servitude….

    I guess folks forget the importance of the term “monopoly,” and how an attempt to protect a “monopoly on energy,” devastated a republic by those hellbent on protecting monopoly?

  • This is involuntary servitude.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Involuntary_servitude

    “The Thirteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution makes involuntary servitude illegal under any U.S. jurisdiction whether at the hands of the U.S. government or in the private sphere, except as punishment for a crime: “Neither slavery nor involuntary servitude, except as a punishment for crime whereof the party shall have been duly convicted, shall exist within the United States, or any place subject to their jurisdiction.”"

    “The mandate is what the insurers wanted, not Obama.”

    It is exactly what Hillary Clinton and the Heritage Institute pimping for CORPORATE Health INSURANCE, many which operate as tax exempt CORPORATIONS!

    It should be called a “Fugitive From Corporate Law,” where the servitude of Americans to corporate is bought in Congress.

    FUCK YOU ROBERTS!!!!!!!

  • Nazis would have been free of any guilt at the Nuremberg trials.

    Correct!

  • The Nuremberg Defense rejected at Nuremberg, is alive in America.

    Fuck this shit……

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