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Discussion in 'Politics' started by poncho, May 17, 2014.
** Ditto **
Bump . . .
Ok as soon as it got to the fairy tale that the banking industry has conspired to divide everyone it lost me.
Obama is good at dividing.
There is in fact a divide in the country. On one side are those who want more government and less freedom. On the other side there are those who want less government and more freedom. That is real and it is what it all boils down too. And it is devoid of the banking systems influence.
The ind control is by those asserting the bankers are out to get everyone.
Professor Francis Boyle on Impeachment of Bush and Obama
Professor Francis Boyle on Impeachment of Bush and Obama — Paul Craig Roberts
Paul Craig Roberts
As Democratic Representative Nancy Pelosi, the Richest Representative of the One Percent in the House of Representatives, said: “Impeachment is off the table.” Nevertheless, Insouciant Californians still send The bought-and paid-for hireling to Washington
In my day if an experienced professor of international and constitutional law, such as University of Illinois Professor Francis A. Boyle, called for impeachment of a president, it was a serious situation for the president. But no more. Today an American president can ride roughshod over constitutional lawyers, the US Constitution and US statutory law without any danger of impeachment. To avoid impeachment today, all a president has to do is to avoid having a sexual affair with a White House intern in the Oval Office, or is that the Oral Orifice.
America’s last two presidents, Obama and George W. Bush, have established the precedent that impeachment is a “dead letter law.” Impeachment is unlikely ever again to be a threat to a tyrannical president. Congress and the Federal Judiciary have accepted their impotence. Both “coequal” branches of government are happy in their subservience to the Executive Power. Members of Congress and the Judiciary are still permitted to pretend that they are important, like Roman Senators under the Caesars, but both are incapable of challenging the Executive Branch where a Caesar now rules independently of law and the Constitution.