Joe Miller is one of these new “Tenth Amendment” fanatics who thinks that every government aid program ever created is unconstitutional and should be left to the states. If Miller ever opened a legal textbook, or read a few Supreme Court cases, he’d have realized these matters have already been litigated and re-litigated with their constitutionality upheld. According to him, Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid, and even Unemployment benefits are unconstitutional, as he reveals in his interview with Chris Wallace on Fox News Sunday.
Given his extreme position towards unemployment benefits, you would think that neither Miller nor his wife, nor anyone else in his immediate family has ever collected unemployment benefits, right? Well, think again. As it turns out, his wife has in fact collected unemployment benefits.
A love how those who harp daily about fiscal and personal responsibility and accountability, being independent and taking charge are so quick to dismiss those failures within their own little club. Hypocrisy at its best. Either you're for being responsible and a good financial steward or you're not- stop the double speak and cherry picking. So worried about the deficit and ooc spending yet poo-pooing the possible election of a person who clearly couldn't manage her own checkbook, student loans, campaign finances.
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At least they never organizes with the Socialist-Communist like the Democrats did at the Democrat rally last Saturday.
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