Saturday, October 11, 2003

Fair Housing Laws must be destroyed.

How would Cato the Elder have said that?

Ayn Rand was right. The only thing wrong with the U.S. Constitution is that there is no article clearly stating that Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of Commerce, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof, nor shall Congress openly tacitly delegate any power to legislate not granted to it by the Constitution in plain, clear language to the administrative branch, nor usurped by the courts. The courts' decisions need more oversight by Congress.

Most of our poverty is caused by local, state and federal prohibitions on free commerce for poor people. Usually emplaced to competition with Big Business, Big Labor and Big Government. Welfare is a bribe to those who are hurt to shut up and go away.

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