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Senior Contributor

Just sayin, Craig has validation

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Senior Advisor

Re: Just sayin, Craig has validation

May be Sharpton will introduce a bill in congress for reparations for the victims.

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Veteran Advisor

Re: Just sayin, Craig has validation


@wehav wrote:

http://www.thesmokinggun.com/documents/crime/beat-whitey-night-iowa-state-fair


Their actions speak very plainly. The media will be sure to bow to pressure to sweep the black racism under the rug as quickly as possible.

Next year, .... watch the lead fly around, and the dead lie on the ground.

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Re: Just sayin, Craig has validation

I was up all night with a toothache and watched the news of the Muslem taxicab driver that was cowardly stabbed. It was terrible yet played over and over and over, that and the Limey woman throwing a cat in the garbage can. Never heard mention of the Iowa fair savagery on the national news. I`m sure John, Tom and Canuck will post some hand wringing about the taxicab stabbing. Followed by a round of kudos from GTO`s Grandkids when they get home from school Smiley Happy

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Veteran Advisor

Re: Just sayin, Craig has validation

Iowa is so far back in the dark ages we only hear news from there every 4 years when they get to be first in the elections.

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Re: Just sayin, Craig has validation

Every time the Democrats meet they have to set their watches back to 1917.

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Veteran Advisor

Re: No Kiddin'


@schnurrbart wrote:

Iowa is so far back in the dark ages we only hear news from there every 4 years when they get to be first in the elections.


No kiddin', .... It was Iowa that stupidly gave that rookie communist lovin' chump the nod to go on to be president.  It was the stupid Leftists here in Iowa that caused all this to happen.

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Re: No Kiddin'

For one thing all presidents are rookies when they get the job and secondly can you prove he "loves" commies?  If not actual proof, shut up about that.  The dirtbags who were committing whatever crime was committed caused it and I don't know their voting record.  Do you?

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Re: No Kiddin'

Not all presidents are rookies.  Some have actual governing experience and business experience.  Even failing at a business teaches.  Obama by his actions and words has proven his love for Communism.  He doesn't like the USA Constitution because it restricts government, he believes in redistribution of wealth.  2 obvious and irrefutable proofs that he is a Communist lover. 

How can an alleged veteran ever support a man that obviously is so anti Constitution?  Any soldier swears to uphold it.

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Re: No Kiddin'

Get your head out of your rectum.  All people who have been and are president have been rookies in the job until the second term.  Well, I stand corrected I believe Grover Cleveland was elected and then was out of office for a while before being elected again so he was not a rookie when he was elected the second time.  As for the rest of your nonsense, that is only your opinion like millie calling him a Nazi.  We all know he isn't a nazi.  No where at any time nor any place has this president said or showed that he doesn't like the Constitution.  You don't like him or his policies so you say he hates the Constitution and he wants to take you money that you have been hoarding and give it to someone else.  He has never said that either.  As for hating the Constitution, repubs have done more to try to change the Constitution to fit their agenda than any of the past and present parties have ever done.  Your President even said that it wan't much more than a GD piece of paper.  You can keep on saying alleged or non in front of veteran when you talk about me all you want but maybe you should show your papers on here.  I have.  Put up or shut up havenot.  I feel that all you rightwing nuts are the ones anti constitution because of the actions of your elected officials.

REPEALING CITIZENSHIP: Numerous GOP lawmakers, including their Senate leader and the most-recent Republican candidate for president, are lining up behind a “review” of the 14th Amendment’s grant of citizenship to virtually all persons born within the United States. Such a proposal literally revives the vision of citizenship articulated by the Supreme Court’s infamous pro-slavery decision in Dred Scott v. Sanford. It has no place in the twenty-first century.

REPEALING CONGRESS’ POWER TO REGULATE THE ECONOMY: The Constitution’s “Commerce Clause” gives national leaders broad authority to regulate the national economy, but much of the GOP has embraced “tentherism,” the belief that this power is small enough to be drowned in a bathtub. The most famous example of tentherism is the ubiquitous frivolous lawsuits claiming that health reform is unconstitutional, but these lawsuits are part of a much greater effort. In his brief challenging health reform, Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli claims that Congress is allowed to regulate “commerce on one hand” but not “manufacturing or agriculture.” Cuccinelli’s discredited vision of the Constitution was actually implemented in the late 19th and early 20th century, and it would strike down everything from child labor laws to the federal ban on whites-only lunch counters.

REPEALING CONGRESS’ POWER TO SPEND MONEY: The Constitution also gives Congress power to “provide for the common defense and general welfare,” a broad grant of authority to create federal spending programs such as Social Security. Sen. Tom Coburn (R-OK), however, recently called upon the Supreme Court to rewrite the Constitution’s clear language and repeal parts of the budget he doesn’t like. A Texas GOP official even went so far as to claim that the federal highway system is unconstitutional. Should this GOP vision of the Constitution ever be adopted, it could eliminate not just Social Security, but also Medicare, Medicaid, federal education spending and countless other cherished programs.

REPEALING CONGRESS’ POWER TO RAISE MONEY: The Constitution also gives Congress broad authority to decide how to distribute the tax burden. Thus, for example, Congress is allowed to create a tax incentive for people to buy houses by giving a tax break to people with mortgages, and it is allowed to create a similar incentive for people to buy health insurance bytaxing people who have health insurance slightly less than people who do not. Nevertheless, the frivolous assaults on health reform would eliminate this Constitutional power. Many Tea Party Republicans go even further, calling for a full repeal of the 16th Amendment, the amendment which enables the income tax. Paying taxes is never popular, but it would be impossible to function as a nation if America lacked the power to raise the money it needs to pay our armed forces, among other things.

REPEALING EQUALITY: The Constitution entitles all persons to “equal protection of the laws,” a provision that formed the basis of Judge Vaughn Walker’s decision yesterday that California cannot treat gay couples as if they are somehow inferior. Immediately after this decision was announced, former House Speaker Newt Gingrich (R-GA) called upon Congress to “act immediately” to overturn it — something that it could only do through a constitutional amendment. Of course, Newt’s proposal does nothing more than revive President Bush’s call for a constitutional amendment repealing the parts of the Constitution that protect marriage equality.

REPEALING FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS: As Judge Walker also held, marriage is a fundamental right protected by the Constitution’s Due Process Clause. The GOP’s anti-gay amendment would repeal this constitutional protection as well.

REPEALING ELECTION OF SENATORS: Finally, a number of GOP candidates have come out in favor of repealing the 17th Amendment, the provision of the Constitution which requires direct election of senators, although many of these candidates also backed off their “Seventeenther” stand after it proved embarrassing. It is simply baffling how anyone could take one look at the U.S. Senate, and decide that what it really needs is even less democracy.

 

Look it up by googling "gop attempts to change constitution"