Thursday, February 9, 2012

Some things never change.

Today's nugget of right-wing insanity comes from Blogs for Yes, i'm going back to covering Noonan, Margolis, and the cesspool of deranged, foaming-at-the-mouth conservatives which make up the site. Mind you, this post and these comments are days old, as this hit piece was written last week, but since the latest character assassination spirited debate from the GOP has to do with birth control and whether or not Obama wants to wage a war on all faith, the post fits with what we're hearing on the cable news networks.

As most of the subject topics on B4V eventually veer into rambling conspiracy theories, bible-thumping, and the daily saloon brawl with moderate to liberal posters, I won't mention how Matt the Hack violates the 8th Commandment from Almighty God by saying the President's faith in Christ is not sincere in his eyes (that is another topic i'm going to tackle writing about over the weekend) and i'm going to cut to a debate on, what else - Obama's citizenship, or in the minds of "js03" and "neocon1" lack thereof.

js03 February 3, 2012 at 11:02 am #
Obama’s behavior yesterday is even more disturbing than Nixon’s. Nixon at least respected the judicial branch enough to have his attorneys show up in court and follow procedure[.] … Nixon acknowledged the authority of the judicial branch even while he fought it. Obama, on the other hand, essentially said yesterday that the judicial branch has no power over him. He ordered his attorneys to stay away from the hearing. He didn’t petition a higher court in a legitimate attempt to stay the hearing[.] … Rather than respecting the legal process, Obama went around the courts and tried to put political pressure directly on the Georgia Secretary of State. When that failed, he simply ignored the judicial branch completely.
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js03 February 3, 2012 at 11:06 am #
at least nixon resigned before he was tossed on his arse…obie one should arrested and charged with treason against the US for usurping the office of POTUS…
the man may be sitting in the chair, but he isnt my president…the POTUS doesnt need to hide the truth…or commit fraud…or refuse to appear in court to prove he is eligible to be POTUS…the man himself is a fraud…not a president
  • Sunny February 3, 2012 at 4:47 pm #
    How so? The President has in no way committed treason. Why can’t conservatives discuss policies instead of attacking the president with totally bogus accusations? You are not a true American with such a narrow minded attitude. He sure is my president, and I am hoping he will be my president for a second term. Those running in the GOP are jokes. Newt wants to go to the moon, and I wish he and his home wrecker wife would do just that; poor Mitt just cannot seem to get his foot out of his mouth. I think his wife is lovely – but she certainly looked embarrassed and uncomfortable yesterday in one of The Donald’s casino’s while Mitt was being crown the king by Trump. I guess Trump’s trophy wife was too busy selling her junk on QVC to show up. What a joke the GOP has become.

    neocon1 February 4, 2012 at 9:19 am #
    he has committed treason and like js03 he is NOT my president either, he is a FRAUD, a lying thieving usurper illegally occupying this position.
    the sooner he is gone the better, as well as the pigs the Klintoons.
    Psalm 109:8
    I'm sure if "js03" ever got a hold of the president's birth certificate, or even used the Wiki to look up a bio on the early life of President Obama, i'm sure he'd find some way to twist it and out-crazy Glenn Beck in flinging shit at the wall to see what sticks. Also: I may have despised many of the policies of the last administration, but at the end of the day, Bush 43 was still my President, and I would have addressed him as such. A pity you can't do the same.

    js03 February 3, 2012 at 11:13 am #
    the truth;
    2 supreme court justices are invalid…
    every law given to him by congress is invalid
    every government official appointed by him, and every act they directed, are invalid
    every ambasador, and every treaty, appointed and signed by him, are void
    the damage done by the usurpation of the office of POTUS is immeasurable, and a life in prison sentence is wholly justified in this case…as it is treason to usurp the constitution by fraudulently obtaining the office of POTUS

    neocon1 February 3, 2012 at 1:05 pm #
    I would prefer to see a gallows and a rope, send him along with the other Hussein (sadam) in the same manner for treason.
    Yep, you read that right: "js03" thinks that based on the President's supposed "illegibility" that the two Supreme Court justices he appointed to the bench, and that the Senate confirmed afterwords, are invalid; as well as every person in his Cabinet - from Vice President Biden and Secretary of State Clinton on down, who were sworn in and again, confirmed by the Senate (with the exclusion of the Vice President) are invalid; with "neocon1" going further off the deep end believing that the President of the United States should not be, as "js03" stated, should be thrown in prison for the rest of his life, but should be executed.

    I hope the CIA, the FBI, and any other federal agencies are keeping tabs on these two. BTW: the bloggers "js03" and "neocon1" may freely come over and defend their comments on this thread if they so choose, along with any other blogger from the site.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I'm feeling charitable tonight. I like the dog in the avatar. It's cute.

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