Blacks in Ferguson, acting expected

Nov. 25, 2014 |

These blacks in Ferguson (and those from outside who joined in) did not disappoint the civilized world, they acted like the animals we knew they were.  They carried through with their lawless behavior and actions like clockwork.  They all are pre-programed for such behavior, never mind if it’s wrong, never mind if it’s illegal, they do not possess the will to do what is right.  Their actions have been bred into them through generations of lawlessness, hatred, and their ill-conceived racial plight.  They have been handed perpetual welfare, generation after generation and what have we gained in return?  Not one damn thing in their lives or their communities has changed for the better, it only grows worse.   In their minds, the world owes them, and therefore they should be able to do as they please and be above any law.

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 Obama Openly Declares War on the Constitution

Nov. 21, 2014 |

President Obama made a decision yesterday, one he says is lawfull. However, in the past he has made numerous such statements regarding the same subject, amnesty or illegal immigration, however in those previous statements he declared he lacked the authority to do what he just did. He previously stated correctly, that his job was to enforce the laws, not to make them, that making laws was the job of congress. Nevertheless, yesterday, Obama did a complete 180 on his previous stance while declaring (in true dictator fashion) that his actions were completely legal.

Okay, Obama pulled the trigger and fired the first volley in his war upon the U.S. Constitution, the only question now is, what are the members of congress going to do to remedy it. I think it's safe to say, democrats, (except for maybe a few) will cheer Obama on, giving him the green light to further shred the Consitution if he so wishes. So, my question is therefore directed to the Republican majority in the House, and the Senate come January. What is congress going to do to remedy a lawless outlaw of a president? ........(standards for impeachment) ..also see: (shredding the Constitution)

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 Liberals Lose Their Cool in the Supreme Court Fight Over Obamacare

By November 18, 2014 |

On Nov. 7, the Supreme Court said it would entertain the latest legal assault on President Obama’s health-reform program. Leading liberal analysts worry—reasonably—that the justices will cripple Obamacare. Unfortunately, these defenders of the program are making their case by preemptively accusing right-leaning members of the high court of bad faith and rank partisanship. Paul Krugman of Princeton and the New York Times has has called the argument that a syntactical glitch ought to doom the premium-subsidy provision of the 2010 Affordable Care Act a “cruel absurdity.” Any justice adopting this argument won’t merely be wrong, Krugman continued, he will be “corrupt”—“willing to pervert the law to serve political masters.”
Paul Krugman, displays his one-sided view of right and wrong, if someone doesn't agree with him, they are corrupt!...pathetic little creature

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 Politico Downplays Jonathan Gruber as Obamacare Architect

By P.J. Gladnick | November 15, 2014 | NewsBusters

Stop it! Stop it right now! Please don't refer to Jonathan Gruber as an Obamacare architect. He actually had a relatively minor role in the Obamacare scheme of things.

Since Politico is now unable to ignore the Jonathan Gruber scandal as they tried to do earlier this week, they have switched gears to craft a story by Politico health reporter Paige Winfield Cunningham to portray him as  much less than an architect of Obamacare. Ironically, this same reporter as recently as July also referred to Gruber as an Obamacare architect. First let us check out Cunningham's attempt to downplay the role of Gruber in her article that tells you where it is coming from just by reading the title, New Obamacare furor: Was Jonathan Gruber the “architect”?
....Sniff! If only Gruber knew his place as being just one cog in the Obamacare herd, poor Ms Cunningham wouldn't have had to write this laughable article downplaying his role.

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 Awaiting Ferguson grand jury, activists agitate protestors

Lie2us | November 15, 2014 |

This whole debacle is yet another in a long list of the ghetto black mentality, who reject the very idea that they, should ever be held accountable for anything like the rest of society.
The parents of these black criminals ONLY become outraged and concerned when their poor little boy scouts meet their demise. Otherwise, they could care less about instilling morals, the rule of law, and decency while their little angles are growing up, and their parental duties should be overlooked by all the non-black radical racists who occupy all the lands outside of the ghettos.

These concerned parents only shed tears when their little darlings die, then they predictably use their deaths for their own racial soapbox, to show everything except their own lack of culpability in the deaths.

Of course these incidents then become full blown racial demonstrations and sometimes, riots, and when we have a radical racist president and attorney general like Obama and Holder, who instantly side against authority and want to coddle the criminals (if they happen to be black), things only get worse. If blacks are tired of their paranoia of law enforcement, maybe it is time they joined the rest of the civilized population, maybe it is time they started teaching their children not to become criminals, and not to assault the police and expect good things to happen.