An Ol' Broad's Ramblings
Archive for 23 April 2012
So When Will the Secret Service Visit Eminem?
One Saturday last fall, President Obama interrupted a White House strategy meeting to raise an issue not on the agenda. He declared, aides recalled, that the administration needed to more aggressively use executive power to govern in the face of Congressional obstructionism.
Obviously, someone else is going to have to pull this dude’s head out of his hinder, since he seems incapable of doing so himself. You see? This is why you do NOT elect a person who was not raised in the U.S. for ANY office. None. Zip. Zero. Since he evidently was never really taught what the Constitution actually says, he isn’t able to discern there is a ‘separation of powers’. No, he was not a Constitutional law professor. He did some lecturing, and honestly, I feel sorry for anyone who sat through his classes, which, by the way, were actually forced on the school, AFTER he was turned down for a job as adjunct. Shoot, he’s not even a flippin’ lawyer! He’s a liar!
Each time, Mr. Obama has emphasized the fact that he is bypassing lawmakers. When he announced a cut in refinancing fees for federally insured mortgages last month, for example, he said: “If Congress refuses to act, I’ve said that I’ll continue to do everything in my power to act without them.”
Obama has gone WAY beyond Teddy Roosevelt’s “strong president” view of ‘presidents may do anything not specifically prohibited by the Constitution.’ He’s totally ignored the Constitution, and played dictator with OUR lives. And isn’t it amazing that since the Republicans took over the House in 2011 (Jan), they’ve done absolutely NOTHING to stop this guy? Just sayin’. They should have started impeachment proceedings from day one, but alas….there is no spine in Congress, so we’ll have to 1) make sure he is NOT ‘re-elected’ (which I have doubts about the validity the first time around) or 2) we have such a CONSERVATIVE majority in both houses, that he can not even wipe his hind end without permission from WE, The People, and THEN start impeachment proceedings.
Either way, this guy MUST GO!
This has to be read to be believed. Ya just can’t make this chit up! So, when is Holder going to get the full power of the law to investigate these death threats against an ‘innocent until proven guilty’? Yeah… that’s what I thought. He’s the wrong color for justice. And there are people wondering why whites are getting that prejudice ‘gene’ back? *shakes head* It’s wrong to paint all blacks with the same brush…no pun intended. It’s also wrong of blacks to threaten the life of ANYONE, especially in such a public forum, but anywhere for that matter, just as it’s wrong for whites to threaten the life of ANYONE. It’s wrong for anyone of ANY color to threaten the life of ANYONE!
Oh, I especially enjoyed the stupidity of this ass clown:
So, I think we should demand that every single one of these twitheads be hunted down like the dogs they are, and…………..arrested. See? I don’t want anyone to shoot them, but I’d think, considering the language of many of them, they are already living a type of lifestyle that will likely get them killed, or behind bars. Just sayin’. (I’m being sarcastic, in case you couldn’t tell. )
The Bloated Government of America
The General Services Administration blew through $820,000 in taxpayers’ money in a lavish ”team building” trip to Las Vegas, and President Barack Obama is “apoplectic” at the news, according to the president’s campaign advisor, David Axelrod. Obama, he says, has devoted his efforts to saving “tens of billions of dollars” in cutting waste, fraud and inefficiency in government. Yet under President Obama’s leadership, government spending keeps growing irresponsibly, and neither he nor his allies in Congress are doing anything about it.
The latest example came last week when Democratic leadership in the Senate again passed the buck on enacting a budget — on April 29, it will have been three years since the Senate last passed a budget resolution. Senate Budget Committee Chairman Kent Conrad (D–ND),whose job it is to shepherd a budget through the Senate, said of his decision: “This is the wrong time to vote in committee. This is the wrong time to vote on the floor. I don’t think we will be prepared to vote before the election.” Conrad also said that offering a budget would be futile and “would do little to move us closer to a bipartisan agreement that can actually be adopted.”