It wolud be nice to have four more years to stock up on ammo then...guns are on the to do list for Barry if he wins.
—It wolud be nice to have four more years to stock up on ammo then...guns are on the to do list for Barry if he wins.—
If we take the full congress he’ll have a hard time doing anything. The only reason he gets away with what he does is that the congress does not use their constitutional authority to slap him back into reality. With the R’s controlling it, they would, assuming the R’s have grown a pair since the Trent Lott days.
“It wolud be nice to have four more years to stock up on ammo then...guns are on the to do list for Barry if he wins.”
Many knowlegable people believe without question Obama will be reelected and sometime late in his next term will gain control of the Supreme Court.
April 30, 2012
Obama: Supreme Court at stake in 2012 election
byJoel Gehrke Commentary Staff Writer
President Obama rallied supporters last night by noting that he would likely get to appoint more Supreme Court justices in his second-term, which could have very long-term significance.
“There are going to be some Supreme Court appointments probably if you look actuarially for the next president,” Obama said at a fundraiser with former President Clinton. “There’s so much at stake here.”
He used the court appointments as a way to drive home the historic significance of the 2012 presidential election: “this one matters,” he repeated.
Three current justices — Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg (79 years old), Justice Steven Breyer (73 years old), and Justice Anthony Kennedy (75 years old) — are regarded as potentially near retirement.
If Obama wins reelection and those three judges retire by 2016, he’d have the opportunity to appoint a five-justice majority during his two terms (including Justices Sonia Sotomayor and Elena Kagan).
makes no difference who occupies the White House, it is still stock up time. The only difference it makes is if there is ammo to stock up on. We have a better chance of that with Romney.