Sunday, July 18, 2010

Obama OFF




Boned Jello

A Bad Cop

Maryland, My Maryland.


Because of this story, and others like it, jackass Congressman Edolphus Towns, a Democrat from New York, has introduced legislation to illegally override powers enumerated by the constitution that empower states to make their own damn laws. In the final analysis, it would be a good idea for Trooper Uhler and Rep.. Towns to cancel each other out on the field of honor.  

China UFO

"It is a hidden U.S. bomber flying toward China," one Internet user wrote on Monday.

Not so hidden now, Mwahahahaahhaha!    The Clintons didn't know about this Kelly Johnson initiative, so they couldn't sell it to you.  Now straighten up ya filthy  commie bastids.!

The cipher that is woman

God helps those who help themselves -

Obama lawsuit invites
fortified state militia

For one thing, Arizona can form and expand its own state militia. Such forces were common when our nation was founded, and the Second Amendment recognizes that a "well-regulated Militia" is "necessary to the security of a free State." In short, Arizona  and other states can raise and arm their own military forces. But, for what purpose can such forces legally act?

Boned Jello

This is exciting because it goes legally to where we need to be going anyway at this juncture, IMO. 
The Constitution is informative here. In Article IV, Section 4, the federal government is required to "protect each [state] against Invasion; and [on request of the state government] against domestic Violence." As St. George Tucker noted, this provision guards against "the possibility of an undue partiality in the federal government," for example a "sectional" president who might, for political reasons, decline to protect states in a certain region. Today the federal government, at the direction of the president, has declined to carry out its duty under Article IV. Leaving aside its other possible consequences, this intentional failure to protect Arizona raises the question of what action the state is now entitled to take under the Constitution.

This brings us to Article I, Section 10, Clause 3, which provides that "No State shall, without the Consent of Congress ... engage in War, unless actually invaded, or in such imminent Danger as will not admit of delay."

So, the militias organized and armed by a state may go to war when the state has been invaded or is in imminent danger. This is clear under Article I, and plainly justified when the federal government has deliberately failed to protect against invasion as required by Article IV. (The Full Monty)

Shaky Legal Ground? LOL

I had to read this twice

EDITORIAL: The Kenya connection
Obama administration efforts in Africa may violate federal law

The Kenyan president wants a new constitution, one that opens the door to abortion on demand. President Obama is willing to use U.S. taxpayer dollars to persuade voters to approve the updated governing document, which would loosen regulations designed to protect the unborn, establish Muslim family courts and create a right to homosexual marriage. It's not unusual that Kenyan President Mwai Kibaki would see enactment of the provisions as a "government project," but Mr. Obama is on shaky legal ground when he commits U.S. government resources to it. [cont]

This Kenyan wetback is giving me a shit hemorrhage
" .... $632,479.99 in federal grants whose explicit and direct purpose was rounding up affirmative votes [to allow abortion]" is on "shaky legal ground"?  So is Obama's entire presidency. Sheesh. .

As an aside, I've been wondering.  Is it only the lower classes who, when faced with reckless behavior by someone whose guts they hate anyway, will jump up and down, hurl obscene invective and hand signals, and want to publish pornographic pictures of his mother having sex with a goat?  Or, is that pretty much universal?

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97 Meanest celebrity photos
Lotta nose pickin' goin' on

Boned Jello

Meg Ryan looking surprisingly like Meg Ryan.