Wednesday, May 26, 2010

The Rule of Obama...oops I mean Law

The Rule of Obama/Law

One of the basic tenets of American society has been the predictable laws passed by Congress and in many cases upheld or not by the Supreme Court ideally based upon the specific words of the U. S. Constitution. The liberal left, Obama and the Democrats including Elena Kagan eschew the Constitution as being outdated and written by rich, successful white men and thus irrelevant to the United States of today. They fervently believe that the law ought to be gusting in the wind of liberal whim. Obama/Law.  The past doesn't matter, it's what they want TODAY. Immediate gratification guides Obama's Supremes. Nothing is predictable. Look at taxes, laws, regulations, all subject to change depending on whim and winning elections. How can anyone, especially a business, plan and budget for something that not only is unknown, but unpredictable? Blowing in the wind. Then businesses can only compete by buying politicians to get them to lean the way the businesses want or need. Yes, America, immediate gratification ala the purposeful Obama. Spend now for reelection. Spend now to gratify labor unions, trial lawyers, minorities, the gay affinity group, spend, spend, spend. Gratification. Get. Take. Expect. Depend. Everything but responsibility, earning, hard work, giving back. Deficits as far ahead as the eye can see. Until China won't loan us money. Then the rule of law matters not. Anarchy. Then where will the the peace-loving, anti-gun Democrats going to be?

"Ask not what your country can do for you.  Ask what you can do for your country."

Think about it.

But here's something new from the man charged with upholding the Rule of Law in the United States of America:  "But Mr. Holder acknowledged to the committee that he hasn't read the law [Arizona's new "immigration" law], and his criticisms were based on what he's seen on television or read in the newspapers about the law.

"I've just expressed concerns on the basis of what I've heard about the law. But I'm not in a position to say at this point, not having read the law, not having had the chance to interact with people who are doing the review, exactly what my position is," Mr. Holder said.

Last weekend, Mr. Holder told NBC's "Meet the Press" program that the Arizona law "has the possibility of leading to racial profiling." He had earlier called the law's passage "unfortunate," and questioned whether the law was unconstitutional because it tried to assume powers that may be reserved for the federal government.


If this isn't grounds for firing the man, I do not know what is.  It further reinforces my contention that the Obama administration does not care for nor follow the Constitution of the United States of America, but that the "law" is whatever 1) gets votes, 2) is his whim of the day or 3) isn't from a Republican.

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