ArtsAutosBooksBusinessEducationEntertainmentFamilyFashionFoodGamesGenderHealthHolidaysHomeHubPagesPersonal FinancePetsPoliticsReligionSportsTechnologyTravel

Support H.R. 1492, the “American Economic Security and Poor Elimination Act.”

Updated on April 22, 2015

The Supreme Court and Congress has defined corporations as people over the last one hundred years or so. Now it is time to address the other side of the equation. We need to start passing laws like the American Economic Security and Poor Elimination Act, commonly known as The Poor Aren’t People law.

As we know, the poor are ruining this nation. They are devilish cheats who live in their ghettos of poverty and plan the end of our way of life. Their life denying and destructive behaviors will be the ruin of us all if we don’t uphold the values of this nation. We did not overcome the Soviet Union through negations, and we will not overcome the poor without struggle and justification. The international poor want to bring us into a class war, and we will defeat them. There is no room for the poor in our nation, not today, not ever.

Republicans have been patriotically reducing the impact and power the poor have on our nation for years. First, we attacked unions with our great leader, Ronald Reagan. Then when Republican President Bill Clinton was in office, we went after welfare with the “Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Act” known as Welfare to Work. That meant that those who have a hard time getting a job, like during the current recession, would really suffer poverty for being alive during an economic downturn. Representative Paul Ryan’s budget would cut over $135 billion from the Supplemental Nutrition Aid Program in the next ten years, and it would cut other programs that only help the undeserving, soon to be, non-citizens.

Founding father Benjamin Franklin was against handouts to the poor, “I think the best way of doing good to the poor, is not making them easy in poverty, but leading or driving them out of it.” And that means driving them out of our nation. Then they would know what real hardship feels like.

The author of the Contract for America, Newt Gingrich sets us straight on the poor, “It is tragic what we do in the poorest neighborhoods, entrapping children in child laws which are truly stupid…These schools should get rid of unionized janitors, have one master janitor, pay local students to take care of the school.” Janitorial and manual labor is all these students are good for, so let’s start them early. And if these student insist on remaining in poverty, they will be deported as the law requires.

Most of the poor families are run by single mothers, thus, they are living in sin. They are animals, these single hussies, who can’t keep an abusive man around. As Minnesota State Rep. Mary Franson said, don’t feed the animals. In addition, South Carolina Lt. Gov. Andre Bauer reminds us, when talking about food stamps and welfare in general, “You're facilitating the problem if you give an animal or a person ample food supply.” And that’s why the poor must be put in pens and deported.

These welfare queens are not the kind of women we want in our great nation. Moreover, children that can’t abide by their parents and cause their family to live in poverty, an amazing 22% of all children in America, should not remain on our bountiful shores. We must deport them for their own good.

To deal with these unruly poor, Congress is cutting food stamp programs and lunches for poor children while governors and legislators all over the nation are suppressing the votes of the poor, for their own good. Corporate tax avoidance keeps our government coffers low and our fat cat billionaire allies happy, so we need to cut programs to the poor. It’s the only way. And we must do more. The Poor Aren't People law will be the final solution for poverty in our great nation.

Here are some highlights of proposed bill:

…It is the recommendation of the House Appropriations Committee, Chaired by Max Trustfund III of Colby, Kansas, that as we continue the path toward austerity, we address the citizenship status of the poor. Thus, we of the Appropriations Committee ofCongress do determine, and from henceforth in this date of our Lord, that all poor citizens of the United States now be designated as non-citizens and non-humans and that the President and the Executive take immediate action to deport such non-human and non-citizen poor…

Like the wondrous Dred Scott victory that protected our property rights in the glory days of America when we could own blacks and not have to allow one in the White House, we must recognize another class of non-humans in this nation. Those non-humans, as every Republican and most Democrats know, are the poor. We must stop these inferiors that only take from us, that attempt to ruin the character and heritage of this great nation, under God…

Article 9, Subsection 4
All poor are to be removed henceforth and deported, and if no nation shall take them, they shall be sent to camps to serve out their natural lives.

Having a black man in the White House is the worst kind of affirmative action. But what would be worse is having poor people running the White House and Congress. We can not abide by this. The poor should not be allowed to defile this great nation and the sooner we renounce their citizenship, the better. We must line up trains in every city and take them off to relocation camps before they ruin the purity of our nation. Another benefit to this law is that thousands of security and transportation jobs will be created in this great cleanse.

We must protect against enemies foreign and domestic; the current enemy is the poor. The poor take resources and don’t give back. And unlike immigrants who steal as well, hating and criminalizing the poor won’t raise the ire of liberals. And it is so much easier to attack the poor than it is to address poverty. Addressing poverty might mean I would have to give up one of my ten mansions, or sell off one of my islands, or stop developing my own personal rocket to Mars.

Please support The Poor Aren’t People law to save our nation.

Peace,
Tex Shelters

Comments

    0 of 8192 characters used
    Post Comment

    • profile image

      Eli Moore 3 years ago

      I know I had a lot of criticism about one of your recent articles, but I must say this is a fabulous one.

      Though, there really need be no "Poor Elimination Act" because the American political system does a very effective job at eliminating any challenge to the private-sector Masters already.

      There are virtually no competing parties in our political system to those two that serve the business and elite community. None. Hence, just as in foreign policy, as long private tyranny is secured, democratic forms are fine. Let the poor vote as long as they play the right game with the right rules.

      In fact if you flatter them with democratic ceremonies and former-actor-turned-public-relations presidents (Reagan) who can woo the masses like they did in their old movies, then the people will say out of the way.

    • TeaPartyCrasher profile image

      TeaPartyCrasher 3 years ago from Camp Hill, PA

      Don't give the Koch's and ALEC an idea. . .

    • texshelters profile image
      Author

      texshelters 3 years ago from Mesa, Arizona

      Right you are.

      PTxS

    • texshelters profile image
      Author

      texshelters 3 years ago from Mesa, Arizona

      Fair warning, sure. Thanks!

      PTxS

    Click to Rate This Article