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18h30 UTC; THURSDAY, 12 DECEMBER 2013: If ever there was an acme out there of Elmer Gantryite illogic vis-a-vis the Constitution and that endowed upon Ons, Die Volk, it would have to be the claim from Bryan "AmeriKKKan Family Association" Fischer that First Amendment guarantees are reserved exclusively to "Bible-Believing Christians" by Natural Implication and Logic. This notwithstanding Article VI(c) of the main Constitution proscribing use of religious tests as a qualification for any "public office or trust under these United States."

And this as certain other scions thereof must have the suggestion that the only "real" Constitution of the United States is the Articles of Confederation and Perpetual Union, especially because of its "purist and minimalist" approach to central-government power favouring the several States.

And so much for Westboro Baptist Church having the Divinely-Ordained Monopoly on the "Divine Wrath and Judgment" trope: Consider this traffic-cam record of a recent 30-car pileup outside Milwaukee aggravated by recent snow and ice to be Divine Judgment thereon for having Scott Walker as Governor, hoping to use Wisconsin as a test laboratory for "Tea Party" models of using Christelike Ekonomesie Vryheid to "save the government-dependent from themselves" based on the concept of a mutual interconnexion between ekonomesie vryheid met Amerikaanse eienskappe and Our National Character and Identity as a Sovereign Peculiar Among the Nations.

Not to mention the prospect of Christelike Nasionale Tuisonderwys being used as a conduit to promote the Christelike Ekonomesie Vryheid ideal of socioeconomic reform, as well as its origins with the Afrikaner Nationalist-led Afrikaner Ekonomesie Beweging from 1939 down South Africa way as sought to rescue the Afrikaner from further enslavement to "poor whiteism" by, for one, using His Name and Authority as an agency thereof, with especial emphasis upon the Reddingsdaadbond movement and its rallying-cry of 'n Volk red homself, not to mention the FVB investment fund as sought to harness the "idle monies" among the Afrikaner Volk into "productive capital" serving the Volk through a new, "people-centred" Volkskapitalisme expected to see jobs creation and training trump wealth concentration.

Is this the "new wave" for the United States Postal Service in the name of a more "people-centred," and yet cost-efficient, approach to letterposts? As in Canada Post announcing the phaseout, over the next five years, of direct-to-home letterpost deliveries in Canadian urban centres, to be replaced with the Neighbourhood Collection Box model already in use in suburban and exurban areas of the Great White North. That, and seeking increases in letterpost rates and letting go 8,500 employees--which, as can be expected, are not sitting well with those of low-income, disabled or elderly communities, as can be heard via CBC Radio's As It Happens programme from last night.

As if the United States Government's taking a $10 billion loss on its investment in General Motors in the name of saving our otherwise "morally superior" free-market paradigm wasn't awful enough to the forces of conservative Zealotry and True Belief (especially enow to seek a Constitutional Amendment establishing the mere formality of Constitutional recognition of a mutual interconnexion of free-market socioeconomic thought and AmeriKKKan National Character and Identity as a Sovereign Peculiar Among the Nations by Divine Will and Endowment), GM has announced that it will discontinue its Holden nameplate "Down Under" by 2017--exactly 70 years after the iconic Australian automotive brand was introduced, ironic as it may seem. (Already, Ford has announced where it will exit Australia by 2016. And in any case, high production costs are being blamed for both automakers thus closing shop, leaving Japanese carmaker Toyota as the only such with Australian production lines.)

Finally: Is it just me, or does conservative propaganda have this thing about lily-gilding as a prolefeed tool, especially where the desire is to confuse or mislead by trick or deception? Witness where, in the so-called "budget deal" reached Monday and now before Congress, conservative insistence on keeping taxes all the lower in the name of "jobs creation" and "reclaiming prosperity" thereby dictates using "user fees" as dogwhistle code to disguise the fact of such actually being taxes. Something for which "Tea Party" types need to be challenged with, especially the use of willful lily-gilding.

"Another small house is finished in the next block"
(to Engrishfy the closing remarks on every episode of the "slice-of-life"
radio series Vic and Sade through the years)

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