Wednesday, February 24, 2016

Trump Supporters

You support Trump you align with them


Monday, February 22, 2016

The Company you keep

The GOP insists they aren't racist yet they continue to associate with people like these

Saturday, February 20, 2016


Isn't it funny how since he announced he was running the GOP has done nothing but question President Obama's faith yet when someone of actual knowledge dares question them (aka the pope) they get upset?

Imagine if the President treated them the way they treated the pope?

Tuesday, February 16, 2016

Double Standards

So they don't wanna work with Obama but it was bad if Democrats didn't wanna work with Bush.

Monday, February 15, 2016

Another Voice

Another voice the GOP should listen to is that of Alberto Gonzales.


how Republicants always talk about Reagan like he's god I suggest they listen to what he has said

Lie, Repeat

This is a lie. But of course it's being said by a Republican.

Sunday, February 14, 2016

Let's Reverse

So let's reverse this.

Say Justice Ginsburg passed. Say the Democrats had control of the Senate and there was a Republican President.

If a Democrat said we need a liberal justice, the laughter would be loud. You know a Republican would nominate the most conservative person available. And Democrats would have the decency to bring it up for a vote whether they like this person or not.

So what we have is a Republican majority who doesn't want to govern.


Another thing about yesterday, Donald Trump spoke the truth about Bush and the 9/11 terror attacks. He also got booed

Isn't it funny how Republicants don't like to hear the truth?

One Suggestion

I suggest to the Republicants who are saying they will refuse to look at any Supreme Court nominee the PRESIDENT OBAMA sends them to read the Constitution again.

If they need a reminder to especially look at article 2 section 2


Main article: Appointments Clause
The President may also appoint judges, ambassadors, consuls, ministers and other officers with the advice and consent of the Senate. By law, however, Congress may allow the President, heads of executive departments, or the courts to appoint inferior officials.
The Senate has a long-standing practice of permitting motions to reconsider previous decisions. In 1931, the Senate granted advice and consent to the President on the appointment of a member of the Federal Power Commission. The officer in question was sworn in, but the Senate, under the guise of a motion to reconsider, rescinded the advice and consent. In the writ of quo warranto proceedings that followed, the Supreme Court ruled that the Senate was not permitted to rescind advice and consent after the officer had been installed.
After the Senate grants advice and consent, however, the President is under no compulsion to commission the officer. It has not been settled whether the President has the prerogative to withhold a commission after having signed it. This issue played a large part in the famous court case Marbury v. Madison.
At times the President has asserted the power to remove individuals from office. Congress has often explicitly limited the President's power to remove; during the ReconstructionEra, Congress passed the Tenure of Office Act, purportedly preventing Andrew Johnson from removing, without the advice and consent of the Senate, anyone appointed with the advice and consent of the Senate. President Johnson ignored the Act, and was later impeached and acquitted. The constitutionality of the Act was not immediately settled. InMyers v. United States, 272 U.S. 52 (1926), the Supreme Court held that Congress could not limit the President's power to remove an executive officer (the Postmaster General), but in Humphrey's Executor v. United States, 295 U.S. 602 (1935) it upheld Congress's authority to restrict the President's power to remove officers of the Federal Trade Commission, an "administrative body [that] cannot in any proper sense be characterized as an arm or eye of the executive."
Congress may repeal the legislation that authorizes the appointment of an executive officer. But it "cannot reserve for itself the power of an officer charged with the execution of the laws except by impeachment."[14] Congress has from time to time changed the number of justices in the Supreme Court.


So McConnell wants to wait til the election is over to see who replaces Scalia. I remember when he felt differently.

Ahh hypocrite. At it's best.


Nice to see the Republicants lie. Body isn't even buried.

And by the way what does the audience do when confronted with FACTS? They boo the moderator.

Utter stupidity.

Saturday, February 13, 2016

Keeping it Classy

Stay classy GOP


I'd like to say something nice about the Passing of Justice Scalia but I can't so I won't. I want to remind those who view this the importance of the upcoming election cause I have a feeling that at least two more justices will either resign or worse.

Thursday, February 11, 2016

The Company You Keep continued

So I keep reminding the GOP how they assault people who Democrats hang out with about their own.

I present the anti Semitic Ted Nugent. Right wing hero

Tuesday, February 09, 2016


The biggest hypocrisy about the Republicans is how they preach how they are against Government interference YET this happens

Isn't that the exact thing they are against?

Sunday, February 07, 2016

Repeating Myself

I always find it amazing those who claim to be pro life are also for guns. Guns take lives.

To be honest they are pro birth. They really don't care after that.

The Difference

Hope you are noticing the difference in the debates..

With Clinton and Sanders you have two adults who argue issues

With the GOP you have babies who only blame and cry when they don't get there way and offer nothing on how they would change things. They hate the status quo but won't change it.