July 14, 2010

Obama Justice

Willfully ignore the law of the land, approved.

Choose to enforce the law of the land, get sued.

7 comments:

Real Debate said...

Lest we forget - Under the Emperor's regime the law of the land is now only used when it is convenient to his agenda.  If you need to try to buy votes you must ignore certain laws for the "greater good" of changing our country into his version of utopia!

許紀廷 said...

卡爾.桑得柏:「除非先有夢,否則一切皆不成。」共勉!..................................................................

Real Debate said...

Letssee....the barama The Incompetent misadministration suing Arizona for enforcing federal law already on the books, while at the same time giving a pass to cities like san fransicko  that won't.  It's apparent barama The Incompetent and his misadministration don't give a damn about any law that they see as an obstical to their overall agenda.

倫惟倫惟 said...

喔!最悲慘的事並非夭折早逝,而是當我活到七十五歲,卻發現自己從未真正活過。.......................................................

Real Debate said...

Hey Fred. I do agree, the immigration laws need to be enforced. We waited for this problem to become a crisis and many are still not taking it seriously.

When you consider how often there are US Presidents who are getting bashed for ignoring the law or the Constitution (and in some cases they have a point and in other's it's debatable but examples include Andrew Jackson and the Indian Removal Act, Thomas Jefferson and the Louisiana Purchase, and Abe Lincoln for numerous things, BTW all three of these men are on money and two of them have erected memorials in Washington and there are still those who say that they betrayed the constitution) but anyway, I think it's time that we have a national convention where we pass a few constitutional amendments to get a few of these ambiguities ironed out. We need a balanced budget amendment among others.

PS: Some of us Fred are missing the movie game.

Real Debate said...

Ah, the movie game, it has been a while hasn't it?

Real Debate said...

Yeah it has. Any thoughts on what I said above?