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No Fooling: Dale Glading Leads Rally Against Andrews, Obamacare

April 1, 2010

From NJ.com:

Dale Glading, Republican candidate for the 1st Congressional District, led a protest slamming the healthcare overhaul bill outside of U.S. Rep. Robert Andrews’ office in Haddon Heights this morning.

Playing off the fact that today is April Fools’ Day, Glading, of Barrington, told the small crowd that had formed that, “no one is laughing at the sick joke you call ‘healthcare reform.”



All Images by Bryan Littel

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  1. September 5, 2010 9:31 pm


    There is so damned much invidious in Obamacare that it’s hard to begin, but I want to draw particular attention to Section 9006, which is set to impose upon small businesses and self-employed American private citizens the most incredible burden – in terms of both direct and indirect costs – ever seen.

    Mr. Glading MUST bring the entrenched incumbent Mr. Andrews to book on the National Socialist Democratic American Party (NSDAP) determination to force upon the productive sector of our society the necessity to file uncountable millions of IRS Forms 1099 concerning the small but very real business transactions that go on every single day in the $14 trillion U.S. economy.

    To quote the Cato Institute’s Michael Tanner (http://tinyurl.com/2bmg3j7 ):

    “Millions, perhaps hundreds of millions, of forms will be winging their way between businesses and between businesses and the IRS. The potential for mistakes and lost forms would be tremendous. And with errors would come audits and penalties.

    “So we can understand why the Democrats in Congress would want to wring every last dime they can get out of American businesses.

    “But those businesses will already be laboring under hundreds of billions of dollars of new taxes on the bill, as well as a mandate that they provide their workers with insurance. This new reporting requirement will just be one more straw on the camel’s already overburdened back.

    “Unemployment is still nearly 10 percent. Do we really think this is a good time to bury businesses under a blizzard of costly new paperwork?

    “After all, every dollar spent collecting data, filling out forms, reprogramming computers, hiring accountants and wrestling with the IRS bureaucracy is a dollar that can’t be used to hire or pay workers.”

    By the bye, it is no longer appropriate to call Mr. Andrews’ party affiliation “Democratic.”

    With Obamacare firmly understood, “National Socialist” is the only accurate reflection upon the deadly dangerous political movement to which Robert Andrews lends his enthusiastic support.

    They’re a national party, aren’t they? And who’s going to argue that they’re not explicitly socialist?

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