Skip to comments.Obama says he will ‘respect’ Supreme Court's ruling on his healthcare law
Posted on 04/03/2012 12:43:05 PM PDT by Nachum
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Or worse, Breitbart-ed.
There’s nothing keeping us and millions of other Americans from writing, e-mailing and calling the Supreme Court. I guarantee you that Obama has every union, NGO, woman’s group, homosexual association, green energy company, democratic organization, racial club and academic doing so as we speak.
If he does it will have the verbosity of Biden when they signed the bill and if he does drop the F-bomb I don't think the country will ever forgive him. Swearing like Tony Soprano not behind closed doors like a hip-hop mogul will not sit well..
Enjoy some grins. Go read this: http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-bloggers/2867466/posts
This might be the reason for the walkback (not sure if it happened before or after, however):
From the link: “[Judge] Smith, a Reagan appointee, went on to say that comments from the president and others in the Executive Branch indicate they believe judges don’t have the power to review laws and strike those that are unconstitutional, specifically referencing Mr. Obama’s comments yesterday about judges being an “unelected group of people.” “
all that is true because folks aren’t screaming at him, why be civil to serial liar in office, start calling him the pig he is, a racist commie with Islamic tendencies..ever seen the show about buying storage lockers, one guy yells YUUUUP, the other bids as soon as he does, do that to Obamma and his press secretary, they say we will respect the courts decision, immediately afterwards. Liar. Pig, mental boy, continue until they retreat, we cannot play on a field comprised of total BS, Lies , and expect any outcome to be positive, attack that SOB constantly in a strong sober voice and call him what he is..
Who does he think he’s kidding. He’ll get all “wee wee’d up” if they overturn it.
1. When that legislature fails to write the law (we hire people to do that stuff.")
2. They didn't read the law. "We're not lawyers, LOL".
3. They exercised "creative" rules to exclude dissenting real debate prior to passing it in the dark of night. And
4. Having the stupid arrogance to tell us children that we must wait until they "passed" the law so we could know what was in it.
The pure unadulterated version of "progressive democratic process."
Yes there is!
He can appeal to the ultimate authorities...
The private army he warned us about repeatedly in the past.
The New Black Panther Party.
And hundreds of thousands of "Hoodies" who already have buses gassed and ready to take them wherever they are needed.
Law Professor: Nope. He's a fraud.
” You flunked LUNCH at Harvard, didn’t you scumbag?!?”
Then he STOLE somebody elses....
He was an “instructor” political-appointee U of Chicago flunky.
Nothing in the constitution that says the government can take over a large chunk of american business, just because it “ FEELS LIKE IT “
Precedent Erkel Mugabe needs a refresher ........
Three Branches of Government
In 1787 leaders of the states gathered to write the Constitution-a set of principles that told how the new nation would be governed.
The leaders of the states wanted a strong and fair national government. But they also wanted to protect individual freedoms and prevent the government from abusing its power. They believed they could do this by having three separate branches of government: the executive, the legislative and the judicial. This separation is described in the first three articles, or sections, of the Constitution.
The legislative branch is made up of the two houses of Congressthe Senate and the House of Representatives. The most important duty of the legislative branch is to make laws. Laws are written, discussed and voted on in Congress.
There are 100 senators in the Senate, two from each state. Senators are elected by their states and serve six-year terms. The Vice President of the U.S. is considered the head of the Senate, but does not vote in the Senate unless there is a tie. The Senate approves nominations made by the President to the Cabinet, the Supreme Court, federal courts and other posts. The Senate must ratify all treaties by a two-thirds vote.
There are 435 representatives in the House of Representatives. The number of representatives each state gets is based on its population. For example, California has many more representatives than Rhode Island. When Census figures determine that the population of a state has changed significantly, the number of representatives in that state may shift proportionately. Representatives are elected by their states and serve two-year terms. The Speaker of the House, elected by the representatives, is considered the head of the House.
Both parties in the Senate and the House of Representatives elect leaders. The leader of the party that controls the house is called the majority leader. The other party leader is called the minority leader.
The President is the head of the executive branch, which makes laws official. The President is elected by the entire country and serves a four-year term. The President approves and carries out laws passed by the legislative branch. He appoints or removes cabinet members and officials. He negotiates treaties, and acts as head of state and commander in chief of the armed forces.
The executive branch also includes the Vice President and other officials, such as members of the cabinet. The cabinet is made up of the heads of the 15 major departments of the government. The cabinet gives advice to the President about important matters.
The judicial branch oversees the court system of the U.S. Through court cases, the judicial branch explains the meaning of the Constitution and laws passed by Congress. The Supreme Court is the head of the judicial branch. Unlike a criminal court, the Supreme Court rules whether something is constitutional or unconstitutionalwhether or not it is permitted under the Constitution.
On the Supreme Court there are nine justices, or judges: eight associate justices and one chief justice. The judges are nominated by the President and approved by the Senate. They have no term limits. The Supreme Court is the highest court in the land. Its decisions are final, and no other court can overrule those decisions. Decisions of the Supreme Court set precedentsnew ways of interpreting the law.
You know, every single time I think my loathing and disdain for the kenyan cannot be any lower, he opens his flaps and proves me wrong.
Geeze, you just described my life. :O)
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