As I have said time and again, greek,....you do have a way with words.
I hope you are not being serious. In the conflict between the British and the American Colonies...the British/Loyalists were the Conservatives. The Colonies/Founding Fathers were the Liberals.
Kind of amazing heh? They were breaking free from the BRITISH liberals that wanted to control them - get it ??
Pfft, there shouldn't be one person that should feel the need to. After all, we are all created equal by our Creator are we not?
The Founding Fathers were intelligent Liberals that got lucky in many ways. Do you realize just how easily our history books could have a small chapter on the American Rebellion that would end with Washington being hung along with the other Founding Fathers?
Many estimates have it that 20% of the population in the colonies at the time were conservative Loyalists to the crown. Thank goodness for liberal Revolutionaries right?
There is not one person alive today that is worthy of wiping the sweat off any one of the founding fathers brow !!! Not ONE!!
Said with the grace of a brick falling into mud.
B ULL S H IT.
"Are you saying the founding fathers erred???"
In that one branch of Govt can ignore another branch an error...then yes.
"In forming a successful government that has been the envy...."
Blab balb blab...yes ys, the world loves out for of govt but that doesn't mean it's perfect by any means.
"Where do you liberals come up with this nonsense???"
Not a liberal.
"Go tell the war veterans..."
The sacrifice of veterans does not make the form of govt they fight for any better or worse. There were many veteranbs of the SS that fought just as hard for their govt but that didn't make it more perfect.
"that you do not appreciate"
Of course I appreciate it. I'm just telling the fact that there are problems with it.
"YOU DO NOT DESERVE FREEDOM since you do not VALUE IT"
One..I do value it. Second, valuing it doesn't mean one doesn't deserve it. Merely being a citizen means you deserve it.
"""The fault lies with the Founding Fathers that set such a system up."""
Again. WTH??? Are you saying the founding fathers erred??? In forming a successful government that has been the envy of most of the citizens of the world and one that has assisted in defeating tyrannist like Hitler, Musolini, Saddam to name but a few??? Where do you liberals come up with this nonsense??? Go tell the war veterans they have been sacrificing for a crappy way of life that you do not appreciate !!! YOU DO NOT DESERVE FREEDOM since you do not VALUE IT !!!
"Whose fault is it when.."
The fault lies with the Founding Fathers that set such a system up.
The fault lies with the Dems for not approving the reasonable ones...if any of those proposals are reasonable that is.
The fault lies with the Republicans for failing to get their message out to the masses and not just their small base.
Whose fault is it when the republicans have sent in proposals after proposals only to see them lay on Reids desk or Barry deny them and then blame them for causing all the problems..
The 2 previous posts of mine are the language in the lawsuit. Did you even care to read them???
So far, the Judical Branch and the Legislative Branch of our govt has given our President the leeway to do what he has done.
Now what it really at fault here? The President or our Govt as a whole?
Lol..if their is ever a "King Barry" it will be due to the incompetent behavior in Congress.
If the Republicans really think he is breaking the law then they need to do something about it..something real. Why sue the man when you have the power to impeach him? But they are too cowardly to do that or more likely they want their person to have that kind of power when they are the President.
"A liberal commentator said that you can not impeach someone for simply being incompetent. That is why they are suing him."
So, basically put...they don't like him and they are getting back at him.
KING BARRY... Is that what you want Kendall78?? Show me where that is in the Constitution !!!!
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