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“Super Congress” Guts
Gives Power to Legislate over to 13 member oligarchy
By: David Deschesne
Fort Fairfield Journal August 10, 2011 p. 1
The Budget Control Act of 2011 (BCA) created a joint committee to craft a deficit reduction bill. Joint committees in Congress are not uncommon, but the authority given to this committee will be unique.
The so-called "Super Congress" will be comprised of six members from the House of Representatives and six from the Senate, with the President serving as a tie-breaking vote. Its recommendations to the whole Congress will be mandatory. Either the congress passes its recommendations, or its members will be empowered to bypass the will of their contemporaries and arbitrarily implement them on their own. The Super Congress will effectively be the new Congress of the United States, with all other members of both houses reduced to vestigial, ceremonial remnants of their former status.
“The big myth in American politics is that these are the political moderates and grown-ups who will control the extremists on the left and the Tea Party extremists on the right from damaging the financial security of the country. But the biggest political radicals who are destroying America from within and usurping the Constitution are in the so-called center,” writes Saman Mohammadi from The Excavator.
“Everybody in America hates the rotten and diseased center except the traitorous bankers who are defrauding the American people, the criminal corporatists who are cheating the system, and the imperial mind-benders who did the 9/11 attacks. The extremists in the center are traitors and state terrorists like Barack Obama, Harry Reid, John Boehner, Eric Cantor, Mitch McConnell, Hillary Clinton, Dick Cheney, George W. Bush, and other loyal party apparatchiks of the totalitarian terrorist state.”
The Super Congress must make their budget cut recommendations by Thanksgiving, then the entire Congress must have up or down votes with no changes. Super Congress recommendations are not open to debate, filibuster or amendment.