The Reasons Democrats Write Unconstitutional Laws

There are two distinct methods the Democrats have used to write unconstitutional laws. The first is through malice. This method has been employed since FDR by the continuous chipping away with the uncontested usurping of the document by a political sect that harbors a stalwart disdain and insolent disposition regarding the Constitution, its limited constraints on the federal government, and by proxy, the Founding Fathers. Currently Barack Obama and his acolytes in Congress have elevated this method to FDR wholesale levels.

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The Making of Sausage and the Democratic Health Care Bill

Otto von Bismarck, the Prime Minister of Prussia from 1862-1890, made a remarkable statement regarding the process of making of laws that is oft quoted by contemporary politicians to mask their inadequacies and philistinism: Laws are like sausages, it is better not to see them being made. But Democrats, being what Democrats are, could surmise their methodology of lawmaking with the following updated and apropos quote:  Laws are like excrement, it is better not to see them being made, nor admire the result.

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Ronald Reagan vs. Barack Obama: The Movie

A startling difference between two presidents, who speak of two sets of ideas for prosperity, demonstrate two classes of character, and explain the blueprint why one succeeded, and one is failing, miserably.

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Nobel Peace Prize (is) for Dummies

Barack Obama Wins Nobel Peace Prize. That was the headline. A joke. My first thought when I was reading  headline was that it must be from the Onion. The headline was true, and it was also a joke, with Obama being the punch line.

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It is Bush’s Fault Chicago Did Not Get the 2016 Olympics

Nothing is easier than blaming others for our troubles and absolving ourselves of responsibility for our choices and our actions. Anyone can do that. Responsibility and leadership in the 21st century demands more.”Barack Obama

Very poignant statement by Barack Obama, but as witnessed by his leadership style and penchant for blaming Bush on a weekly basis for something he can’t control, he left it incomplete. If a sudden onset of honesty overcame Obama while reading his teleprompter, he would have ended the statement with “unless the blame can be placed on George Bush.”

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Is Racism Behind Chicago Losing the 2016 Olympics?

With the use of contemporary Democratic algorithms for determining racism, the snub by the IOC was surely a racist decision. The mathematical formula: Barack Obama, a black man, Michelle Obama, a black woman, and Oprah Winfrey, a black woman, turned down in the first round of voting for the 2016 Olympics = racism. Surely it had nothing to do with the fact that the city of Chicago is just slightly less safe than cruising 10 miles off the coast of Somalia in $100 million yacht, and Somalia’s government (or lack of),  is slightly less corrupt than Chicago’s.

Shocker! Chicago eliminated in 2016 voting

Lobbying by Obamas goes for naught; Rio, Madrid remain alive for Games

COPENHAGEN – Chicago was eliminated in the first ballot of voting for the 2016 Olympics on Friday, a stunning defeat for the city that was expected to be one of the two finalists. Not even the presence of President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama – nor a long list of celebrities – was enough to help the United States’ third-largest city.

Now that America’s racism has apparently spread around the globe in pandemic fashion, and Michelle Obama can now finally disclose that she is, for the first time in her life, not proud to be an earthling, maybe, just maybe, if Barack Obama would put as much legitimate effort into Afghanistan, 10% unemployment, terrorism, etc, as he has into the Olympics and the government takeover of healthcare, he could get this recession and terrorism under control. And, if he were wise, he would procure the services of the IOC to handle America’s foreign affairs with Iran, Russia, and North Korea as they don’t seem to possess Obama’s obsessive penchant for appeasement,  and don’t seem to have a problem saying no.