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Friday, October 30, 2009

A Liberal Believes the Constitution impedes their progress

Taken from the Media Research Center: Newsweek Despairs 'Checks and Balances' Impede ObamaCare
By: Brent Baker

'Anna Quindlen defended President Obama from liberal complaints he's not enacting liberal policies fast enough as she explained that he's “saddled” by the “incremental” constitutional structure, but she fretted: “Universal health care is the area in which the gap between what's needed and what's likely is most glaring, and the limitations of the president's power most apparent.” Not hesitating to share her opinion, Quindlen despaired:
It is dispiriting to watch the cheerleaders of American exceptionalism pound their chests and insist that our citizens do not need the kind of system that virtually every other developed nation finds workable....
[workable for who? Socialist?] As elected officials posture and temporize, families are bankrupted by health-care costs and forgo treatment they can't afford. Statistical measures of the national health, from life expectancy to infant mortality, continue to be substandard [that my friend is propaganda]. And because we have that system of checks and balances, in which movement usually happens slowly and sporadically, a great need for sweeping reform [she means doing away with a republic democracy] may be met with a jury-rigged bill neither sufficiently deep nor broad, which perhaps someday will give way to a better one, and then eventually a truly good one.Framing her piece in the November 2 edition of the magazine, “Hope Springs Eternal: Assessing a Young Presidency,” Quindlen proposed: This is a country that often has transformational ambitions but is saddled with an incremental [Constitutional] system, a nation built on revolution, then engineered so the revolutionary can rarely take hold. Checks and balances: that's how we learn about it in social-studies class, and in theory it is meant to guard against a despotic executive, a wild-eyed legislature, an overweening judiciary. And it's also meant to safeguard the rights of the individual...But what our system has meant during the poisonous partisan civil war that has paralyzed Washington in recent years is that very little of the big stuff gets done. It simply can't.' [my comments in brackets]

This a liberal. She thinks that the constitution is getting the the way of the President doing his job. Huh? That is what it is suppose to do. It is intented to prevent people like Obama from taking over this country like Hugo Chavez did his country of Venezuela. To me this person and the people like her are enemies of the state. They were born in America (maybe?) but they do not like the America we grew up in. They do not like the way our government was created to operate. This is treason. Ask any of the liberal leaders where do they get the Constitiional authority to cram this healthcare bill down our throats and they can't answer you. There is no authority to do what they are doing. They are trying to take over the country illegally, usurp the Constitution that they swore to defend and establish a different form of government without our consent. It is time to arrest them, try them and put them and everyone who physically supported or openly encouraged them (TV, Newspapers, etc.) behind bars. If Obama signs this bill then they have knowingly and willingly acted in an unconstitutional behavior and should be removed from office and punished.


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