The Constitution was made to guard the people against the dangers of good intentions." --American Statesman Daniel Webster (1782-1852)

Saturday, February 5, 2011

You still don't know what you're dealing with.

The Vast Right Wing Blogosphere is all atwitter about the recent court decision declaring Obamacare unConstitutional.  While it's nice that we've finally found a Federal Justice with some sort of comprehension of that founding document, it means not one damn thing when you're dealing with the mentality of this administration.  Pass all the laws, render all the decisions, submit all the complaints you want--they don't care.


They.  Don't.  Care

This administration literally has the collective mentality of the street thug:  They're going to do whatever they want, regardless of legality or morality, until they are physically stopped.  No, I'm not suggesting anyone do anything violent.  I'm saying that until Obama and his associates are clapped in handcuffs and marched off to jail, they will simply ignore any and all rulings, orders, laws, protests, etc. as regards their actions.  They think they're above the law.  The will of the American people and the limits of the Constitution are irrelevant in their eyes.

That's the mentality we're dealing with, and I honestly think that the only peaceful way to return us to the rule of law will be some serious impeachment proceedings.  Not a slap on the wrist, but real charges.  We threw Nixon out on his ass for far, far less than what these people are doing to us.  Why are we permitting this blatant contempt to continue?

We either stand up to this administration's attempted coup and return to the rule of law, or just admit that America is dead.  When the President can de facto declare himself a king, without resistance, then liberty is no more. 

What say you?


  1. I totally agree. Shut up and eat it mentality. Street thug. Great comparison. Great post.

  2. Maybe someday...wishful thinking...they will do something good for the whole? I know I just keep dreaming.

  3. Hi Momma Fargo,

    Thank you for the kind words. I keep on hoping also, I want to be an optimist and hope we can straighten everything out, but soo many people have a "me" mentality.