September 13th, 2011
A follow-up to Perry’s Ponzi Scheme, inspired by Rick Perry’s view that Social Security is unconstitutional. Though he’s been trying to outwardly soften his anti-Social Security views, he still hasn’t repudiated that belief.
“The issue is, are there ways to move the states into Social Security for state employees or for retirees? We did that in the state of Texasback in the 1980s.”–Rick Perry last night at Florida debate, ducking the question of whether he still believes Social Security is unconstitutional
The Constitution nowhere specifically mentions Social Security,
So it fails Rick Perry’s test of constructionist purity.
It also never specifically says
That Rick Perry is authorized to run for Pres.
It’s time for you, their solemn advice to take.
Here’s a video clip of Perry last night in Florida ducking the question of whether he still believes Social Security is unconstitutional, coupled with Lawrence’s 9/13/11 report on Perry’s continuing attempt to dig himself out of his Ponzi scheme hole.
Here’s Perry last December being less circumspect about his belief that Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid, the income tax, and everything else that the “Progressive Era” is unconstitutional. About this supposed $106 trillion in “unfunded liabilities” that Social Security and other entitltements suffers from, that is pure hogwash, based on the assumption that all current benefits would continue to be paid, without any more tax revenues being taken in.