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His Royal Imperial Highness, Barack Obama II

Ms Kelly Wrote: Apr 04, 2012 2:46 AM
"Fortunately, the Constitution doesn't allow for such egotism acted out in policy." So what happens when the president ignores the Constitution that doesn't allow for such egotism in policy? Shapiro has already pointed out that Obama thinks nothing of ignoring Congress. Shouldn't such a president be impeached? If he ignores the Constitution and he ignores Congress, and it is even looking like he might ignore the Supreme Court, what protection do the people have?
wolfpat Wrote: Apr 04, 2012 5:08 AM
Nam65-66 Wrote: Apr 04, 2012 1:53 PM
Be careful,Wolfpat.Be very careful.
Ms Kelly Wrote: Apr 04, 2012 2:17 PM
Wolfpat:

The Second Amendment didn't help Susette Kelo did it?

As long as the "transformers" can keep convincing everyone that what they are doing is legal, then picking up a gun just labels you a criminal. Are you willing to spend the rest of your life in prison to defend the Constitution? Because that is what it is coming down to.

Frankly, I don’t see anyone today with that kind of courage. Not even among conservatives. If they existed, Obama would never have gotten into office.
Jay Wye Wrote: Apr 04, 2012 7:48 PM
the 2nd did not help Kelo because the People were not sufficiently outraged at the SCOTUS decision. IMO,some folks -should- have been shot for that travesty.

Yes,it Is a tough decision to sacrifice your life for your country,and there's not that many people willing to do it in this manner .
Although I'd have thought by now enough people would have been outraged at Comrade's actions that he would meet a hail of fire any time he stepped out into public.
America's constitutional structure is built on checks and balances. The idea behind these checks and balances is simple: We want interest counteracting interest, ego counteracting ego. We don't want any one person to gain too much power -- or any one faction or any one way of thought.

Gridlock, for lack of a better word, is good.

President Barack Obama, however, has a different idea. He believes that America must be fundamentally transformed. That fundamental transformation cannot be effectuated without a fundamental transformation of the system of American government.

The most important part of that transformation is the elevation of the presidency from a...