Mob Rule?

In Health care, Obama, President obamas Cabinet on March 25, 2010 at 12:58 pm

During the Stamp Act by the British Crown, rioters ransacked the home of the newly appointed stamp commissioner, Andrew Oliver of Massachusetts.

He resigned the position the next day.  Threatening or attacking the Crown-appointed office-holders became a popular tactic against the act throughout the colonies. Though no stamp commissioner was actually tarred and feathered, this Medieval brutality was a popular form of 18th century mob violence in Great Britain, particularly against tax collectors.  Today it seems that throwing bricks, making threats and out right frustration have become the order of the day.  Does President Obama or Congress have a clue at the frustration of the American People?  Probably not if they are surprised at the reaction of some who have been watching this farce.

An entire revolution occurred over the charging of less that .01 to pay for a war.  Wait till America see’s this bill.


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