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06-26-2012, 09:21 PM #1
Obama planning on fighting eviction
This guy has no intentions of leaving if he loses, much less playing fair or legally. He will resort to every dirty trick in the book and write new ones. This is no schoolboy but a ruthless cutthroat dictator fighting for his throne.
I predict he will invent some 'emergency' to declare martial law, suspend Congress and "postpone" the inauguration of Romney if he loses the election. I'm sure at the very least he will get some crooked federal judge to issue an injunction delaying the transfer of power while he completes his coup.
If this guy doesn't scare you, check your pulse. BTW, it is your taxes paying for all his antics.
06-26-2012, 10:17 PM #2
If Romeny wins in November he will be sworn in the following January as usual. No need to panic.
06-27-2012, 09:41 AM #3
Some people are really scared of this man - must be tough to be so paranoid. It looks to me like the article says both sides are lawyering up. Could be they don't want another Supreme court appointed President. But I guess everyone has the right to be delusional.
06-27-2012, 09:47 AM #4
I guess we're delusional at every turn he has violated the Constitution, lied, reneged on campaign promises such as transparency, usurped power, appointed the most radical dangerous people to important offices he can, created offices with self appointed powers without Congressional authorization, threatened the SCOTUS and Congress, sued states who tried to enforce federal laws (which is his constitutional job), attacked private citizens, engaged in racial bigotry and hatred, engaged in religious persecution, promoted retroactive abortion and just about any danged thing he wants to do with impunity.
I guess you're in favor of his accomplishments Salty?
This is the man is the most dangerous threat to the Republic since our founding.
06-27-2012, 10:29 AM #5
06-27-2012, 10:44 AM #6
Nice rant from the right wing. Could you be a little more specific? Maybe I missed all this treasonous activity - I guess alot of people did since this sort of thing usually leads to some kind of prosecution - Oh I forgot Fox and friends has no power to put some one on trial so that might be the reason for all this outrage.
06-27-2012, 05:43 PM #7
Its so easy to put blame on the "in your face" obvious actors, this is NOT where the problem is. We have a representative goverment, where are the people we elect to represent us ???
Without the direct support of our representatives, no person with official standing could do what has been happening to us for years. This didnt happend overnight, its been planed this way for a long time, before WWI. And its not going to be corrected, until we realize that we now have a goverment that is a criminal enterprise, in every sense of the word. A goverment that breaks its constitutional laws is by defentition, an unlawfull goverment.
Most americans know something isnt right, but most are still in denial and want to blame the top, as though we lived in a kingdom and ousting the king will make a difference, its a wet dream, for our king, like any king, has no power, unless those below him give him such powers. The fact that I see people arguing about Obama/Romney etc in here, shows why this insanity keeps going on and on and on.
So whats the answer ?...well, from my perspective, things will have to get a lot worst before we as a people will do something to shake things up. What is scary, is that it may already be too late, and that things will just have to take its course. Like an alcoholic in denial, were just going to have to hit bottom, before we look at ourselfs in the mirror, and realize the problem is not the addictive........
RoySo long as the people do not care to exercise their freedom, those who wish to tyrannize will do so; for tyrants are active and ardent, and will devote themselves in the name of any number of gods, religious and otherwise, to put shackles upon sleeping men Voltaire
07-03-2012, 10:34 PM #8
But May is right. All MPs are powerful. She is proof of what even the most disadvantaged MP can do -- if they are not muzzled and leashed by a party leader.
But almost every MP is muzzled and leashed. They are told how to vote. They are told what to say. And most obey, because obedience is rewarded and independence punished. Even cabinet ministers have been reduced to ventriloquist's dummies, mouthing words chosen by the Prime Minister's Office.
Worth reading guys, different political system but you should get the idea. The thing with this woman who should be a nobody, heck she is the head of the Green Party, she is siring things up like most wish they can. Backbenchers from both the ruling party and the opposition party have been courting her opinions. Why? She is getting her voice heard and actually giving some clever second thought to proposed legislation. And the people that we elected that get muzzled by party politics see something very seductive in that.
Mind you she is sharp as a tack. Lot of politicians are not. Kind of why they go with the flow and accept the party line.Never argue with a fool, onlookers may not be able to tell the difference. Mark Twain
06-27-2012, 05:31 PM #9Regular Guest
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Obama is a very, very dangerous man along with his far left leaning crowd who parallel Hitlers crowd.
06-27-2012, 11:43 AM #10
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06-27-2012, 04:11 PM #12
To the average working class families bank account. To the integrity of the American Presidential office.
To the global economy.
To race relations in America.
To Americas small bussiness
To Americas debt and defecits
To Americas standing in the world
Oh and to the Democrat party. Unless your liberal demenria has already blocked out the pain and humiliation of the 2010 Congressional but kickings.
Why are Democrats refusing to go to the Convention ?
Why is Slick Willie criticizing your messiah ?
06-27-2012, 04:33 PM #13
With that kind of logic we may draw some conclusions about Robme:
1. He endorses the Ryan budget
2. Many Republicans running in contested districts are running the other way saying they have independent ideas regarding the Ryan budget.
3. Romney will try to take the presidency by force.