Question for Republicans
do you realize that your party is not bringing up the topic of impeachment?
a guy who doesn't qualify under the Constitution to be president, passed major legislation that will effect every American(negatively), without any kind of bi-partisan support, bypassing the constitution using a back-door loophole that wasn't created for that kind of bill.
if that isn't grounds for impeachment, i don't know what is.
this bill was nothing more than an action to pay tribute to health care companies, using the public as a hostage.
Obama and everyone who supported this bill should be facing impeachment.
what is the point of this country if we are not ejecting politicians?
every time you hear a democrat complain about mandatory health care payments and lack of medical services, say nothing other than "change you can believe in"
"Fascism may be defined as a form of political behavior marked by obsessive preoccupation with community decline, humiliation, or victim-hood and by compensatory cults of unity, energy, and purity, in which a mass-based party of committed nationalist militants, working in uneasy but effective collaboration with traditional elites, abandons democratic liberties and pursues with redemptive violence and without ethical or legal restraints goals of internal cleansing and external expansion."
When their complaining they aren't democrats....
Originally Posted by wolfstrike
With the democrats holding a majority in both houses, impeachment is a pipe-dream.
Now, a bunch of righteously pissed off white men, clinging to god, guns and freedom voting a big lump of political types out.
NOW, you're talking Change I can believe in.
Frostie,my boy... Unless I'm living in a vacuum ....Where are these ideas surfacing from??? The far right? Yes?
Originally Posted by Frostie
The post reminds me of the empty verbiage of the left in the 60's
Get it??? NO DIFFERENCE!!!!!!!!!
Your just a reborn HIPPIE!
If you would care to read Eric Hoffer's boot "the True Believer" it might be in lighting.
And, BTW, try making it up yourself. Or at least give credit.
I wish I could stay but I have a real revolution to attend.
I should have learned to play the g'tar on the MTV. MK
The quote is from the book "The Anatomy of Fascism by Robert Paxton". I read this quote out of context and was wondering if it applied more to the swing to the Democrats during the last election or the new resurgence of "conservative" values. So you would believe this is leftist proproganda against the right?
Originally Posted by hvacker
I am not interested in reading some guys BOOT, especially if it is IN LIGHTING.