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


Sunday, February 14, 2016

Supreme Court Judge passes on.....Also a new arrival at Casa de Garabaldi

Anthony Scalia, one of the most conservative Justices, and the biggest thorn in the side of the Obama Regime has passed one.   He was known as a strict constitutionalists and repeatedly wrote the dissenting opinion against the latest government overreach.  He was known as a critic of Obunglercare and fervently believed in the Constitution and what it meant as the founders had in mind rather than the "living document" that the liberals tried to push to justify the latest scheme to strip the people of autonomy and increase the power of the Federal Government.  The Democrats are already pushing for a replacement and they don't want to wait until the election.  They know that Obungler will immediately fill the spot with a far left liberal judge and skew the balance of power in the Supreme court.  I remember when a liberal Judge passes on, they insist on a person with the same viewpoint and political leanings.  But with a conservative judge...Obama will try to replace him with a liberal.  Remember obama only has a spine when fighting the GOP.  Supreme Court Justice Anthony Scalia...He will be missed by the conservative movement.



   On a different note, my replacement for my disgruntled veterans Ranger showed up...I drove to South Carolina to look at the truck from a Ford Dealership.   I considered the price I paid a good price, for the trucks here in Atlanta were more expensive and had more mileage.

  There are a few cosmetic things that I need to fix, but mechanically the truck seems solid.  I am glad to have an F150 again.  The last one I owned was my 1991 I bought in 1991 and sold it in 2001 when I got my Sport Trac.

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  1. Very nice, and the whole Alito thing is going to blow up... sigh

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  2. Very nice, and the whole Alito thing is going to blow up... sigh

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  3. I had a '99 F-150 Lariat that looked a lot like that. I kept it 14 years and put 185k hard miles on it. Everything but the drive-train was falling apart on it when I got rid of it.

    If that is Deep Wedgwood Blue I have a hard tonneau cover that will fit it that I have been trying to sell. I throw in a Haynes repair manual if it works out.

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    1. Hey Tony;

      if you are a Georgia residence, we can talk...If you are out of the state, then that might cause a problem. Shipping might be prohibitive.

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  4. Good lookin' truck you got there. Guess you feel up in the air after having the Ranger so long. BTW, took my Ranger to a local shop to have 'em check out some of the mechanical stuff. They cleaned the brakes, said what they looked at was A-Ok, just keep driving it as is. I think that's what I'm gonna do. Just added a hitch carrier, makes it easier to tote a couple bikes over to Stone Mountain.

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    1. hey Doug;

      Yes it is strange after having the Ranger for soo long. Also having to take into account parking spaces.

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