Robert Knight writes at OneNewsNow:
Do you think Congress should vote on bills without reading them? How about voting on bills that don't even exist yet, except in fragments?
The Senate Finance Committee is poised to vote on a massive healthcare reform bill on Tuesday allegedly authored by Sen. Max Baucus (D-Mont.).
A glaring, outrageous, unreported fact is that the bill's actual text has been kept secret. No one actually knows what's in it -- not even the senators who will be told to vote for it.
The cruel, tyrannical fact is that it may not matter what's in the bill, which may or may not exist. With a "living" federal government imposing sociological law based on a "living" Constitution, the American people are "living" under increasing impositions of arbitrary, authoritarian government.
This is an affront to the humanity and dignity and creativity of the Man. It is an affront not just to the American spirit, but to the human spirit.
The answer is a cultural-political-spiritual reformation based on the real Constitution, the real Declaration, the real Bill of Rights, and that verifiable public figure otherwise known as the Creator, who has zero patience with being locked inside "faith" closets, privatized corners of feel-good spirituality, or secular cults that demand emperor worship -- with attendant tithes, offerings, and taxes -- of the gods of Mt. Washington.
The current regime, these "lord it over them" masters of the Potomac, is unworthy of the people's trust. They are unworthy of our Founders' blood. We, the posterity of that original greatest Founding generation, revolt.