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And yesterday 4 out of 6 Judges said they can change the law also.
This year was a loss of the constitution. In NLRB the Court removed the words "That happen during the recess" from the document. In the Arizona voter registration case the "conservative" Scalia unconstitutionally ruled that Congress can write state voter registration laws despite a Constitution that clearly says that it can't.
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Article One and Stunts

serwin Wrote: Jul 11, 2014 11:29 AM
The House can't defund anything without the Senate vote and Presidential signature. It would be just as much a joke as impeachment.
Until all who benefited from cooking the books have returned the money and spent time in jail they have done nothing. Then fire half of the administrative staff and use the money to hire doctors and nurses.
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IRS Emails "Lost"- And So Is The Outrage

serwin Wrote: Jul 02, 2014 2:06 PM
"Remember that when this scandal became public, President Barack Obama scoffed that there was "not even a smidgen" of corruption in it." is incorrect. His first statement was that it was terrible and he would get to the truth. When he found out it was true it became a phoney scandal.
Check out my book on Amazon called THE BETRAYAL OF THE CONTITUTION: How dishonest judges have undermined the Rule of Law. There is a link on stephenerwin.com The far left Justices can read as well as you. They are simply dishonest Justices with a political agenda.
Obama lost, but so did the Constitution. The Court wrote a new law that a recess must be 10 days long to be a recess. There is nothing in the Constitution or relevant history to support this decision which would allow appointments during a summer break. And they stripped the words, "that may happen during the Recess" from the Constitution by ruling that, because Presidents have gotten away with it for around 90 years, it is ok to keep ignoring the Constitution and fill any vacancies regardless of when they "happened." Only four made an honest decision: Scalia, Roberts, Alito, and Thomas.
Bad news for Cochran is that volunteers from all over the country are going over records to see how many democrats illegally voted in both primaries. They have already found thousands. Also, while they will probably hold their noses and vote for Cochran most of the grass roots will not work for his election and that could cost the GOP a Senate seat.
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Thad Cochran's Voting-Rights Victory

serwin Wrote: Jun 30, 2014 9:14 AM
Bad news for Cochran is that volunteers from all over the country are going over records to see how many democrats illegally voted in both primaries. They have already found thousands. Also, while they will probably hold their noses and vote for Cochran most of the grass roots will not work for his election and that could cost the GOP a Senate seat.
Republicans chose McDanial and democrats chose Cochran. Republicans will vote for him, but he will have no grass roots base doing get out the vote. He could easily lose because of the dirty campaign he ran.
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