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Our 1st Amendment, 2nd Amendment and 4th Amendments are being attacked every day!
Can you think of way to stop this?
During Congressional hearings on presidential power, renowned George Washington University law professor Jonathan Turley, a liberal who is well known and well respected in progressive circles, said what most Republicans in Congress would not.
In regards to the constant changing of his 'signature legislation' Obamacare, Turley said Obama had “claimed the right of the king to essentially stand above the law.” Why? Because he has no constitutional authority to make such changes.
Finally! We have someone say before Congress that Obama is out of bounds, over the line, overstepping his authority as president. If only that had come from a sitting member of Congress. But, these words did embolden Republicans to finally speak about the possibility of impeachment of Barack Obama. In fact, Rep. Blake Farenthold from Texas even said they have enough votes in the House to impeach Obama.
Because he had murdered one half of the people, had he therefore a right to govern the rest? And because he had robbed them of most of their property, were they obliged to give him the remainder? Does the success of a criminal sanctify his crime, or are crimes sanctified by their greatness? [L] Cato’s Letters, #55, p. 372
That is rich. Me thinks they nailed it!Blood-Sucking Parasite Named After Obama: Like Socialists “Must Contend With Host’s Immune System To Reproduce”
Can’t make it up, and the jokes write themselves.
A scientist studying a deadly turtle pathogen decided to name the species after President Obama – naming Baracktrema obamai in his honor, apparently.
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