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Obama is not really to blame for everything - if blame is to be truly assessed it falls on the heads of all those who elected to put him into office - not once but twice.
"Let's kick it up a notch" and "BAM" Obama.
A contract entered into cannot be altered unless all parties agree to the alteration. The Constitution is a contract entered into by the separate States that guarantees certain civil liberties will not be infringed by the central authority it created. The amendments of the Constitution do not grant liberties - they only guarantee that liberties that existed before it's creation will be honored and not taken away by that central authority. Any such guarantee that is not so honored should void the contract making that central authority (i.e. the federal government) null and void returning control back to the states.
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Obama: "Eric Has Done a Superb Job"

Rebel 66 Wrote: Sep 25, 2014 8:57 PM
Eric Holder has done a superb job - as a loyal henchman.
There is indeed need for a Constitutional Amendment - TERM LIMITS.
Fact: Climate does change. It changes four times a year. They're called Spring, Summer, Fall and Winter. Of course, those in the equatorial regions only know two climate changes - Dry and Wet. In the polar regions they have two changes as well - Cold and Not So Cold.
This nation, under the Obama administration, has seen the rule of law transformed into the rule of lawyers who will use any means at their disposal to destroy those who oppose them. It's not about justice but keeping their hold on power. "Power corrupts. Absolute power corrupts absolutely."
Just a bit of curiosity - did the current occupants of the White House take part in this poll?
Be it resolved that we the people of the United States declare that the political party system is an anachronistic relic and should be forthwith abolished. Let every one running for office be judged by who they are and not what party they belong to. We, the people, want our representative representing us and not some same blasted political party.
Red Herring: Something that is, or intended to be, misleading or distracting. Usually employed to divert attention from more important issues.
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