Russia’s Annexation of Crimea is similar to the Democrat’s annexation of the American Health Care System

Posted by PITHOCRATES - March 9th, 2014

Week in Review

In the movie Yellowbeard there was a scene at the docks where a guy was asking who wanted to join them on a well-paid, well-fed, adventure holiday on a modern rat-free, leak-proof ship.  Any volunteers were to just lie down on the ground with their eyes shut.  Then a guy hit them over the head.  Knocking them unconscious.  At which point they volunteered for that adventure holiday.  That’s one type of ‘democracy’.  Here’s another (see Ukraine Secession Referendum Does Not Have a ‘No’ Option by Noah Rayman posted 3/7/2014 on Time).

Crimea, which voted to put the question of secession from Ukraine to a referendum, has released a ballot with severely limited choices, and all of the options come with strings attached

“No” is not an option in the upcoming referendum in Crimea on whether to split from Ukraine…

The two questions, written in Russian, Ukrainian, and Crimean Tatar, ask:

•“Do you support joining Crimea with the Russian Federation as a citizen of the Russian Federation?”’

•“Do you support restoration of 1992 Crimean Constitution and Crimea’s status as a part of Ukraine?”

The current constitution states that the Crimean Constitution must be approved by the Ukrainian Parliament.  Meaning that any secession of the Crimean peninsula must be approved by the Ukrainian Parliament.  Which is why the second question, though it appears as a vote to stay a part of Ukraine, is basically the same as the first question.  For the 1992 Crimean Constitution removes the clause about any Crimean constitution having to be approved by the Ukrainian Parliament.

So what does this mean?  It basically means anyone who opposes the annexation of Crimea by Russia should just lie down on the ground with their eyes closed.  Forever.  Because however you vote (option 1, option 2 or no vote) Russia will annex the Crimea.  Even though current Ukrainian and Crimean law forbid this.  But that’s the advantage of being a former KGB dictator.  If you don’t like a law you just re-write it so you do.  Sort of like President Obama rewriting the Affordable Care Act some 29 times so it doesn’t harm the Democrats in the upcoming midterm elections.  So they can complete their annexation of the American health care system before the people can do something about it in the next election.

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