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Illegals Walk In

Alan437 Wrote: Jul 12, 2014 11:30 AM
How about we just work on having a government that follows through on its own laws and engages in fiscally responsible policy (hint: borrowing 40 cents on every dollar spent is NOT fiscally responsible).
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Illegals Walk In

Alan437 Wrote: Jul 12, 2014 11:20 AM
Dude, like, totally think about home invasions... You know, not having people in your home whom you totally didn't, like, invite and who take stuff from you without your permission. It kinda sorta works that way for countries too. Does that like fill in the gaps for you?
True and I agree, however the focus of the suit is probably the easiest example of the President's breaking the Constitutional rule of law to actually win, but it should certainly not be reported as just a case about ACA/Obamacare.
Not sure about the headline here because it is not about the Employer Mandate as the rest of the media is sure to couch this. The first sentence really captures the truth much better... This is all about a President ignoring the fundamental reality that "The rule of the law and the separation of powers are indispensable to our system of government.". Perhaps a better headline might be "Boenner: House Republicans Will Sue Obama Over Executive Branch Overreaches"
Uhm, make that "pigeon hole". The ability to edit one's posts after posting would be neat indeed.
There was a time when many of these "enlightened thinking" courses were simply considered basket weaving classes, allowing those seeking purposeful degrees to get their University required liberal arts credits out of the way. Pretty bizarre that such courses can result in bachelors degrees these days, never mind doctoral degrees... perhaps even more bizarre are those companies or groups who hire such individuals and why they seemingly want to continue to isolate and pidgin hole women. Kind of begs the question of exactly how they make their money and what their real agenda is all about, because if they actually cared about women at all, they would coach them to seek degrees in such areas as business, science, medicine, law and technology where people do grow to become truly productive contributors.
Freedoms can be lost in a generation... President Reagan clearly understood exactly what progressive liberal "thinking" actually does to stifle free thought and open debate. Now witness Connecticut's clear example in action. Pathetic.
It is inconceivable that the level of incompetence within the IRS IT group is this massive. Between the redundancies, the logs and the laws, there is no excuse for the IRS not producing what was asked of them... period. As to the flippant remark made by the new Whitehouse mouthpiece, a computer? Sure, but a Government agency with a massive data collection network, whose very existence is predicated on getting data right and retaining it properly? Uhm, no.
After vacation, photo opportunities, seeking the approval of Russia, China and the UN, perhaps then imPOTUS might move on his pen and his phone to help save the regular citizens in Iraq. Of course, by then it will also be over... This administration has to internalize who really has the blood of innocent people on their hands (hint for this administration: look inward). This administration clearly embraces the Benghazi doctrine... understand the situation, ignore the pleas for help, do nothing, just let people die and blame it on anything or anyone but this administration, who failed to act when they could have. Disgusting.
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Bowe Bergdahl, Just Deserts

Alan437 Wrote: Jun 05, 2014 11:54 AM
In today's PC military, doubtless Bergdahl will not face the end which Slovik experienced. But certainly, if the allegations against Bergdahl prove true in court, there should be one word in his future: Leavenworth.
He may be half right, perhaps every Benghazi question has been asked, but most were hardly answered in anything approaching a responsive and thorough answer. It has taken a private group through FOIA requests at the point of a federal judge's ruling to get this administration to release anything not so wildly redacted as to be unreadable. There are many unanswered questions for both the families of those who sacrificed their lives as well as the rest of us seeking to understand why this ever happened. Almost certainly, there is a lot of background information yet to be discovered, background which will beg even more questions. Truth seems like a hard concept for this "transparent" administration, but even they should understand that suppression of evidence in coverup mode is ultimately going to go far worse for them... and the shills who defend the kind of deceptive behavior we more frequently observe these days from this administration should be out on the street trying to find a job in anything but journalism.
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