Yep, at a fundraiser in Texas last night, President Obama said his administration is “remaking the courts.”

Here’s the full quote for context via a transcript:

We were able to reform our financial system so that the likelihood of taxpayer-funded bailouts is a lot less than it was. We were able to expand funding for young people going to college. We were able to expand national service for young people who want to serve. We fought long and hard for consumer protections that weren’t there before.

As Lisa mentioned, we are remaking the courts. I know that we’ve got some lawyers here, and here in Texas sometimes people feel a little frustrated about the pace of appointments here in Texas. But you should know that in addition to the Supreme Court, we’ve been able to nominate and confirm judges of extraordinary quality all across the country on federal benches. We’re actually, when it comes to the district court, matching the pace of previous Presidents. When it comes to the appellate court, we’re just a little bit behind, and we’re just going to keep on focused on it.

Many found this statement disturbing, albeit perhaps not very surprising:

Where does it all lead?


  • John Taznar

    Does this mean the courts will soon work as smoothly as

    • Stephen L. Hall #NonquamTrump

      That’s been my experience.

      • Thomas Dobbins


    • Earl

      it means they’ll be there to start prosecuting and locking away those who try to resist the leftist takeover

      • Kevin Gallagher

        That is exactly why they tried so hard for gun control. The good thing is that the people on the right can shoot much better than the left.

        • ked5

          and why they are buying *hollow* point bullets.

          • Robert Davis

            Because you train with what you shoot.

          • Earl

            when the government begins to fear the people whom they are supposedly governing…well, you know you’re in trouble

          • mycountrytoo

            Actually, we’re more free if the government fears the people. When the people fear the government, THEN we’re in trouble. Like Germany in the ’30’s

          • Guest

            …..and why I bought many boxes myself.

        • ScroobieRoobieRoooo

          duck dynasty vs occupy wall st hit us with your coach purses.

        • Earl

          yes we do. a country boy will survive lol!

      • Lorraine

        Picking out my wall paper right now

      • 1389AD
        • Jazzee

          yes we do

      • peaches and cream

        A must read……. Prison Nation.

      • Jazzee


      • conservativechick

        They’re already ignoring congress, they have the media, they’re working on one party rule, then all that’s left are the courts. Dictatorship accomplished!

        • mycountrytoo

          You’re so right. And if the Democrats win the House and keep the Senate – whoosh! – 22nd amendment gone!

          • harleyrider1989

            Civil War……………anyone

          • Crop Duster

            Everyone of you folks are correct. It’ll be more than the 22nd. amendment, it’ll be the WHOLE CONTITUTION, it’ll be a ONE PARTY SYSTEM with Obama, Reid & Pelosi along with the rest of his house of dirty cards. Show any kind of ristance & bingo, your dead. BUT YOU SEE Obama is forgetting ONE thing, WE ARE AMERICANS AND we’ll fight like the French Resistance of the ’30s & ’40s.

    • detroit19

      Aren’t they already?

      • tedlv

        Yep, the IRS has already been remade.

        • Mark Elwood

          And media, and NSA and EPA and military leadership and …

    • Dennis Carr

      hahahahahaha, That is a SNL special…

    • Liam Phoenix

      They already do.

      The people responsible for the ACA mess remaking something that’s already broken is a frightening prospect.

    • Alabama American for Liberty

      only if your a dem.

    • Israel Rodriguez

      Does Sharia LAW run smoothly?? Thats what he wants to implement…

      • Nancy Pickering Churchill

        do you think his wife will go for that?

        • Israel Rodriguez

          His wife goes for more than that as long as her terrorist pockets are lined.

    • NeverAgain

      One of the best ways to fix N0bama Care is get rid of N0bama. Why the H@# is he trying to fix stuff that’s not broke,I know I am talking about the court system but still.

    • wdmgoug

      Anything Obama touches turns out bad, so buckle up. Besides, in his mind, activist judges who write law (his law) from the bench are perfect. When is he madness going to stop!!

  • docmacs

    Executive branch…..check……legislative branch…….check……judicial branch……check mate.

    • Creel Otters


      Second Amendment trumps all.

      • tedlv

        Sorry, not any more.

        • Creel Otters

          Just wait and see, should it be needed.

          • $80856350

            It won’t make any difference. There aren’t that many of you revolutionaries in the first place, and you don’t have basic necessities such as transport, communications, air support, or even logistical support like beans and bullets. You won’t be able to move without being discovered. You won’t be able to communicate with each other. You won’t be able to coordinate your attacks.

          • Creel Otters

            I’m not a revolutionary. I’m simply stating the fact of the 2nd Amendment, and why it was included in the BOR. Perhaps you should actually give the founding fathers the courtesy of educating yourself on their work.

          • $80856350

            The Second Amendment was included in the Bill of Rights for two primary reasons: the Virginia delegation, led by anti-Federalist Patrick Henry, demanded that it be included as a condition of that state’s ratification of the new Constitution, and the Southerners wanted the 2nd Amendment in particular because they were fearful of slave rebellions, of which there had been a number at the time. The 2nd Amendment was specifically intended to provide for the arming of local militias to put down slave rebellions on the plantations of the South.


          • Fred Thompson

            You are a complete idiot grasping for things here and there to try and justify whatever you want it to, or digging rhetoric from sites written by people such as yourself.

          • Fred Thompson

            You are a complete dolt… grasping for things here and there to try and justify whatever you want it to, or digging rhetoric from sites written by people such as yourself.

          • JustLurkin

            And, you are completely WRONG on the origins and reasons for the 2nd amendment. There’s a little body of work that’s been kickin’ around since the founding. Many have turned to it to answer the question “why?”. The Federalist Papers. Grab a slice. EDUCATE YOURSELF, if that’s possible.

          • $80856350

            The Federalist Papers were written to promote the ratification of the new Constitution among those who didn’t want any significant form of central government for the original states. As a point of reference, you might also like to know that the first ten amendments (the Bill of Rights) was a late addition to the Constitution to ensure ratification, so the BOR was never addressed in any of the Federalist Papers.

            The Federalist Papers are an interesting subtext to the creation of our Constitution, but they have no legal authority whatsoever, regardless of whether you believe they support your point or not. Here’s a nice little refresher from someone who actually supports the 2nd Amendment. You’ll learn something by reading it.


          • TomHorn1903

            You, sir or madam, are full of shit.

          • WalkingHorse

            Riiight ………

          • railz

            Keep in mind that a fair chunk of the ‘Southern” US is TEXAS, which was not caught up in the slave rebellion, if there ever was one, we joined the union as a Soveriegn Nation, not one of the “states” which were NOT, they were English colonies in rebellion of their own. Texas will not secede, but withdraw from a broken treaty with a broken other nation.
            Come try your luck!

          • $80856350

            “Like a whole other country.” Texas will be turning politically purple or even blue over the next two or three national election cycles. You’re not going anywhere.

          • 1LTLos

            Neither are you — I see you right in my reticle

          • $80856350

            More false bravado from someone who has clearly never experienced combat.

          • Dtweet

            You give our Gov too much credit, and clearly you are not a student of war. You think inside the box too much to be of any value.

          • railz

            are you going to be there helping that out? Look me up!

          • Noah

            when your best candidate’s whole platform is based on abortion on demand, dont bet on it.

          • $80856350

            It’s clear you’ve never bothered to learn about Clinton’s position on abortion or anything else. You’ll have plenty of opportunities when she’s elected president.

          • LeoHaugh

            Your version of revisionist history.

          • Craig Bevil

            oh my brother – you are so wrong there.
            We are prepared. We have beans and rice – and bullets
            We have comms.

            And we have the Oathkeepers and the III%-ers

            We will not roll over like you are fooling yourself into believing.

          • danheskett

            What is going to the be the straw the breaks the camel’s back?

          • AmericanFaith

            We’ll know when we see it…people are waking up…there won’t be a cover for them to hide under…

          • Laddie Brown

            the camel’s back has been broken already, imo.

          • railz

            when you see the business end of the barrell.. don’t hesitate, shoot first!

          • $80856350

            You won’t have many of those things for long, Craig. Your organizations are already well infiltrated with informants who are reporting your preparations and intent. Your communications will be rapidly cut off if that becomes necessary. You have no air support and you won’t have the ability to move in either the day or night.

            You may not roll over, but you won’t last very long.

          • Mark81150 Never/Trump/Hillary

            You completely don’t understand what we’re saying.. we aren’t talking rebel army in the hills the DOJ can dump Hell on..

            We are talking mass public upraisings where people stand up and say NO.. we will NOT just Obey..

            and you think there would never be mass mutinies and units refusing orders to fire on American protestors? The kids manning the front lines are mostly ours.. not theirs..

            I served right after Vietnam, Mi Lai was still fresh in the military mind, and the instruction on knowing which orders were illegal, and not to be followed was intense..

            Obama can purge the generals till he get’s his loyal crew.. it’s Colonels and Majors who will be told to light up some small hamlet in the Tennessee hills..

            It’s not as cut and dried as you paint it.

            There won’t be a sitting single “unit” they can bomb..

            but millions working more or less independently, nonviolently..

            The guns are for personal defense, not forming straight lines to be gunned down..

            This ain’t you daddy’s revolution.

          • dennis arthur

            Skipdoging should realize the people are already rising up juat with the implentation of OBAMACARE AKA THE UNAFFORDABLE CARE ACT. Socialism will never be in this country and has never worked anywhere in the world and definitely not here. It seems to me like the Revolt has begun. This President has “Awoken The Sleeping Giant” We won’t allow terrorism here and we certainly won’t allow Socialism no matter how Skippingdogbreath tries to spin it!

          • $80856350

            The ACA is now the law. Unless the Republicans are able to win a 2/3 majority in both houses of congress, it will remain the law for the foreseeable future.

            Once it is implemented, it will be financially impossible to repeal, unless you’ve suddenly become advocates for universal Medicare and single payer health insurance.

            That’s just reality.

          • Hard Boiled

            those are not actions of fellow countrymen, those are actions of war mongers and communists. we have reason to hold onto our guns and not trust pigs like you.

          • $80856350

            Those will be the actions of the military and law enforcement forces who will violently oppose your illegal rebellion. They’ll be remembered in our history as heroes. You won’t be remembered at all.

          • Thomas Dobbins

            AND you will?

          • DocRides

            Love when these friggin’ Leftist Morons start Salivating over thinking it Couldn’t Happen again! Americans that truly Love this Country will not allow him to Destroy what we have….It May not be Perfect but it’s as close to Prefect this world has every seen!

          • Threefiftyseven Sig

            You go boy. We need more Oathkeepers and folks who understand what being an Oath keeper means!!! We have a great example of what being a treasonous ,puke head oath breaker is..well, actually, there are too many to count. Every veteran , active military member, and law enforcement people should check out the Oathkeeper site. The time to be neutral and passive is coming to an end. How you train and think is how you’re going to react, when the rubber meets the road, so to speak. I hope Mr. West is aware of the Oath keeper site and movement.

          • therealguyfaux ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

            But hey, we’ll have fun going down slugging– and take asshats like you down with us.

            See, you make the mistake of thinking we will fight only if we think we can win decisively all in one go. Ask the Vietnamese and Afghans how they managed to do it against the odds you’ve listed. Ask the Palestinians why they do it.

            Sap enough of the enemy’s will to fight. And make their victory so Pyrrhic in terms of time, personnel, materiel and yes, money, that they think about suing for peace while there’s still a nation left for them to rule over.

            It worked about two-and-a-half centuries ago, didn’t it?

          • fancherflash

            Don’t count Putin out as an ally either. He is talking like a born again and hates obama.

          • Alabama American for Liberty

            careful there. a Russian is still to be watched

          • conservocop

            Putin’ shmutin’ … I don’t gave a damn who takes him down. Just get him the hell out of DC

          • $80856350

            So now you are counting on a former KGB officer and the iron-handed head of the Russian kleptocracy to ride in on his white horse and help you with your revolution against your own government? It just cracks me up when you folks have the gall to refer to yourselves as patriots.

          • Cheryl Webb Clair

            And I suppose you consider yourself as a patriot. So you are an Obama worshiper? The way you are talking, you must be. That definitely makes you not a patriot. Not an American patriot, that’s for sure. I would gather by the things that you have said that you are in favor of Sharia Law and all the other things Obama stands for. Go away, nobody wants you here.

          • $80856350

            I’m not an Obama worshiper, nor a worshiper of any politician or political party. I do recognize that our Constitution is the basis of our laws, and nothing you’ve posted changes that at all. In comparison to those of you who seem to think it would be just fine to engage in armed rebellion against the Constitution and our own government, then yes, I am much more patriotic than you.

          • EdWatts

            At this point, “the Constitution” and “our own government” could not possibly be rebelled against or attacked simultaneously.

          • AmericanFaith

            idiot, not patriot…don’t fool yourself, fool

          • $80856350

            You seem confused again. Patriots do not propose the unlawful overthrow of their own government.

          • Thomas Dobbins

            And when the government is violating the Constitution and many other laws, making themselves immune to laws, knowingly causing financial disaster…like they are now?

          • therealguyfaux ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

            The Chinese have “skin in the game” too, don’t forget.

            You don’t let the homeowner burn down the home you’d like to foreclose on, now do you?

          • fancherflash

            Valid point! We allied with Russia against Hitler though they were never our friends. If Russia and China want to join with us to defeat this Nazi Muslem, I’m game, welcome.
            France helped in the Revolution.
            At least Putin says the right things, which the resident can’t even say the right things. It may have been Putin that shot the ship that obama was sending to the Muslem Brotherhood in Syria. 4500 cargotainers full of arms for Alqeida, our #1 enemy???? It is the Muslems and obama that are our enemy, not Russia or China. At least for now.

          • therealguyfaux ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

            Just remember, though, the “Enemy of Your Enemy” might end up as “Your Next Enemy.” (4warned = 4armed.)

          • fancherflash

            Keep your friends close and your enemies closer. One step at a time. Realguy we are on the same page in the same book, I’ll get your back. RVN 1969

          • EdWatts

            1968 here.

          • $80856350

            You won’t have fun at all. You be briefly surprised by the concentrated force brought against you and your fellow traitors.

            When you begin comparing your hopes to those of the Vietnamese or the Afghans, you seem to forget that both of those insurgent forces were receiving direct assistance from outside governments. China in the case of the Vietnamese, and Iran in the case of the Afghans. Even the Confederates received direct assistance from the British in our own Civil War. You won’t receive anything like that and, if you do, you will be taking part in a direct attack on your own nation by a foreign power.

          • Douglas White

            Apparently, you were born without any patriotism or belief in the ideals of the founding fathers and what this country is meant to be. Also, without a set of testicles.

          • $80856350

            If the founders had believed individuals and states could use armed force against the federal government when it suited their purposes, they would not have given the President the authority and duty to put down such unlawful rebellions in the Constitution itself. The union is permanent and indivisible, as it has been from the moment the Constitution was ratified.

            You seem to have turned the world upside down. A traitor is never a patriot, no matter how fervently you wish to believe yourself so.

          • Douglas White

            Well, if you would like to call me a traitor to my face, you will find just how much of patriot I am. I proudly served this country and Constitution and I only defend the Constitution, not the marxist regime of the Libtards and idiots like you. Guys like me preserve the right for you to be a complete a-hole

          • $80856350

            Right – another internet warrior. You didn’t do anything for me that I didn’t do for you and others in spades. Huff and puff all you want, but any fool promoting armed resistance to our own government is nothing more than a traitor who should meet a traitor’s fate.

          • Douglas White

            Yeah, keep believe your own BS. The king’s loyalists said the same thing. The Constitution is the law of the land and any government or government entity that fails to uphold the Constitution, is in need of replacing. It says that too. Reading is fundamental. Try it, you might like it.

          • $80856350

            I do read, Doug. Law, history, political science, technology, current events, and even guns. That how I know you and the other pseudo-rebels are full of crap. By the way, could you please direct all of us to the section of the Constitution that supports the claim you made above? I don’t recall ever seeing it in my copy.

          • Douglas White

            I see now. You are revealing yourself. You think that you are above everyone. Good luck with all of that. The one who is full of crap is you. That much is obvious too many. Enjoy your life and keep that collar tight for your master.

          • $80856350

            I don’t think I’m above most people at all. Only rebels and neo-confederate traitors who want to take up arms against our own government. In your case, if the shoe fits….

          • ourcountry

            When the government is against the people the people are suppose to be able to stop the government. With all your knowledge skip you should be able to discern that.

          • AmericanFaith

            Oh so your a fucking coward too…only cowards lye down like a dog when their masters hands reaches out…DOG.

          • DocRides

            No I don’t think you believe you’re above anyone….I can see that you’re no different than Soros was with the Nazi’s…A low life form that would lick the Boots of whoever wants to Destroy what the Founders Gave us, a maggot that would destroy his own people and play turncoat for Obama’s plan to make the USA an Islamic Nation…..I would take Great Pleasure in joing Doug in bringing your Sorry Ass to Justice.

          • Douglas White

            You may read, but your failure to comprehend is evident.
            From the Declaration of Independence. Not only do you have the right to overthrow your government, it is a responsibility placed on us by a founding fathers. If our government betrays us, acts other than in accordance to our wishes, or we feel changes need to be made, it is our obligation to do so.

            Bye Bye Troll

          • $80856350

            The Declaration of Independence imposes no such obligation. Your “theory” was first tried by the same kind of nutjobs who promoted it in Shay’s Rebellion, which Madison referred to directly as treason. It was also attempted by the instigators of the Whiskey Rebellion, against which George Washington himself federalized the militia of several states and led them into battle to suppress the rebellion.

          • Douglas White

            You are obviously nothing more than a libturd idiot, so to continue replying to you is about the same as watching tumbleweed races or underwater basket weaving. You are simply trying to “write” your own version of history. I have a Scottish heritage. I am very aware of the Whiskey Rebellion. Put simply (especially for you), was a revolt against unfair taxation. Something that all of you libtards are very familiar.

            So long, butt monkey.

          • $80856350

            The one thing I can always count on with wingnuts like yourself, Douglas, is that you’ll resort to insults and name calling when even you realize that your claims have no basis in fact and can’t be logically supported.

            Put simply, the Whiskey Rebellion was an effort to nullify federal law. With the support of the same founding fathers you claim to respect and venerate, it was forcibly repressed by none other than George Washington himself. If the founding fathers, including George Washington, rejected your premise about unfair taxation, you clearly have no historical support for your position at all and are just another tax deadbeat.

          • Douglas White

            Wrong again, you illiterate fool!

            ” But when a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same Object evinces a design to reduce them under absolute Despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such Government, and to provide new Guards for their future security.–

            Now, go post on your Liberal sites and leave the really, grown up issues to the educated adults.

          • $80856350

            Do you know the difference between the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution? Do you have the basic level of understanding necessary to grasp that the Declaration was a political statement of cause intended to garner sympathy and support from other nations and members of the Enlightenment?

            The Constitution we have is our legal framework and structure for our government. It specifically gives the President and Congress the legal duty to quash rebellions against the government, so the founders could not have intended to make such rebellions and insurrections acceptable.

            God, you people are dense.

          • Sean Barrentine

            Check the Declaration of Independence.

            ” That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government, laying its foundation on such principles and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their Safety and Happiness…But when a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same Object evinces a design to reduce them under absolute Despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such Government, and to provide new Guards for their future security.”

            Also, much of the military is drawn from the selfsame population groups most likely to take up arms to put an end to these abuses of power, and therefore unlikely to engage. Many military personnel have already determined that, if it came to it, they would not take up arms against their own people. Air support won’t be needed, as the sheer numbers of gun owners outweigh the combined might of the U.S. Armed Forces, and would not engage in the more urban areas where fighting would primarily take place. The Taliban and al-Qaeda both lack air support, yet we’re still fighting them. Are not the American people more populous, and possessing of more effective small arms? If this comes to war, it will be won or lost on the ground, else the government will destroy the infrastructure it needs and will need afterward. Perhaps you do read, but it seems you could still stand to learn of resistance movements and how they are fought, particularly by our military, as well as the common values of the enlisted personnel that make up the bulk of the military.

          • AmericanFaith

            Its in the Declaration of Independence which goes side by side with our Constitutions, fucking idiot…

          • fancherflash

            YOU LIE! Skip

          • Thomas Dobbins

            If you’re a history buff, then you know that when communists take over, one of their first priorities is to kill the people that helped them…

          • Noah

            not surprised. i bet you have the DNC edited copy of the constitution. it contains only one sentence….

            “everything i do is right, and when it isnt…….BUuuuuuuuuuuuuussssssssshhhhhhhhh!”

            -B. Obama

          • $80856350

            There is no “DNC edited copy of the Constitution.” There is only the Constitution, and it doesn’t support the kind of nonsense you folks keep posting.

          • Donnie Smith

            So we lay down and take it like a rat ? Resistance by non compliance ? Whats your answer ?

          • Earl

            more like a dog…a skipping dog

          • Mark81150 Never/Trump/Hillary

            and you’s turn around in a heart beat, and completely reverse your argument..

            if conservatives were stealing elections, packing the courts with ideologs, spying on you, and using federal agencies to harass your political groups..

            if the IRS targeted

            you’d be whining about oppression..

            They do it to the political right….

            you don’t call that tyranny.. do you?

            and you’re the one proudly thumping your chest about killing people for political differences, not us.

            so who’s the internet warrior here nancyboy?.. the people who say they’ll never submit to a left wing owned fascist taken over government..

            or the prissy lil miss who proudly tells us how OTHER people will gladly kill us for you?

            I doubt very much, that liberals will be running to enlist to fight conservatives… you’d want the hired help to do it for you.. and what makes you think that half the country could be legitimately called “traitors”, if they succeed?

            4 guys in a bar planning a riot is occupy..

            150,000,000 Americans telling you, we’re done and walking away…. is freedom..

            That.. you’d kill people for? Force millions at gun point, use a massive occupation army?.. for decades? as you drag people away in the night,?


            bet you’d shoot your wife if she wanted a divorce too, wouldn’t you skippy?

          • therealguyfaux ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

            “…[A]ny fool promoting armed resistance to our own government is nothing more than a traitor who should meet a traitor’s fate.”

            “When in the course of human events…”

            ‘Nuff said.

          • $80856350

            You’re confusing the Declaration of Independence, a political document outwardly directed at Britain and the rest of the world, with our own Constitution. They document different events and had far different purposes.

          • therealguyfaux ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

            What part of Thomas Jefferson’s encouraging what Lord North would consider treason are you not getting here?

            TJ would have met a “traitor’s fate” had we lost, correct?

          • $80856350

            Jefferson most certainly would have been subject to a traitor’s fate had our own revolution not succeeded, since he was the primary author of the Declaration and among the revolutionary leadership.

            Jefferson’s correspondence with Lord North provides clear proof that the impetus for the revolution had nothing to do with the claim of “no taxation without representation,” but was a conscious decision to commit treason against the Crown for the benefit and personal gain of those colonists who chose the course of independence as a method of avoiding their clear tax and legal obligations at the time.

          • therealguyfaux ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

            Now you did it.
            This bit of business here:

            “…[a] conscious decision to commit treason against the Crown for the benefit and personal gain of those colonists who chose the course of independence as a method of avoiding their clear tax and legal obligations at the time.”

            …just showed me that your whole pose here (and that’s what it IS, after all) is just your way of trying to take the piss out of us. Thinking that somehow by setting up all your daunting tales of “They’ll squash you like a bug!” we will be impressed either by your erudition or your voice of reason (read: “concern trolling”) and back off what we are saying? No, that’s not what you’re doing, is it? You’re slipping in all sorts of things that you believe will cause us to sputter and curse, and call you everything but a white man. You think that somehow we’re yay-hoos who haven’t considered the sort of world we would like to live in– well, we have, and what it is, isn’t any grey authoritarian hellhole.

            What you’re saying is that TJ and others were basically tax deadbeats who didn’t want to pay for the cost of the North American Theater of the Seven Years’ War, and that that was the determining reason. Quartering of soldiers of a standing army had nothing to do with it, right? The “laundry list” in the D of I is all just makeweight, then? Yeah, all TJ, BF, JA, GW et al. were was just a bunch of rich white guys seeing their privilege erode. They were obviously reactionary bourgeois who were really committing a coup and a civil war, not a REAL revolution. right? Go ahead, say it– I’ve figured out what your game is, so you may as well cop to it.

          • $80856350

            You haven’t figured out anything other than the basic fact that I’m aware of the roots of our American Revolution, as well as of the individuals who promoted it for their own gain. Even George Washington recognized its origins, which is why he only reluctantly took command of the Continental Army and began his armed opposition to the British forces.

            Jefferson, Patrick Henry, Henry Lee, George Mason, and most of the other Virginia plantation aristocrats were tax deadbeats. Sam Adams and John Hancock were smugglers. Those are historical facts. Britain was stretched thin by its ongoing wars with France, who was more than happy to assist in our rebellion by providing even more troops than the Continental Army could field under Washington, as well as money, arms, and military supplies.

            The “laundry list” you refer to in the Declaration reflected the increasingly punitive sanctions imposed by Britain in its attempt to regain government control of its own colonies after the “Period of Salutary Neglect” in the early 18th Century, followed by the French and Indian War of 1754-1763, provided fertile ground for the kind of seditious proposals and increasingly hostile outbursts against the lawful government that people like yourself are attempting to emulate now.

            I can personally trace my family lineage in America all the way back to 1720, and have ancestors who have fought on behalf of our nation in every war since our founding. That history means I have no use for those who would propose either a second American Revolution or a second Civil War. If that’s what you think you’ve discovered about me, congratulations.

          • therealguyfaux ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

            Oh hey, heard that, folks,? He’s proud he’s got ancestors who fought the War of Independence, just so he could live in a nation free enough that he could tell us that their motives were suspect, and their stated reasons were specious, lo these two centuries later?

            Do you listen to yourself when you spout this self- contradictory twaddle?

            Tell you what– how’s about we call the Queen, and ask her to take us back, if she’ll have us?

          • $80856350

            Why are you afraid of the truth? I have no desire to be a British subject, but grown ups don’t rely on fictional mythology to support their positions. Are pretty stories about the frontier and the founding fathers the only thing that give you any solace in this world?

          • therealguyfaux ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

            What gives YOU solace? Does anything?
            I take solace in the fact that I do NOT rely on any sort of mythos to get me through life– certainly not one which tells me that only by sacrifice to some “Greater Good,” to be defined by the likes of you, can I achieve any moral justification for my life. The sacrifice of all to all is just another way of putting it of Hobbes’s war of all against all– a crab bucket which you seem content to live in. It’s divide and rule, as the kind of ruthless Governmental types you seem to admire lord it all over us as they watch us compete for the crumbs from their table.

            Take that $#!t down the block and try to sell it there– we ain’t buyin’ in this house.

          • $80856350

            I take solace in the firm knowledge that our human condition doesn’t change much with the passage of time, and from a clear-eyed knowledge of our history and the nature of the Enlightenment that informed the founders of our nation. Every social group pounds out its own formal and informal agreements regulating the rights, powers, and obligations of its individual members in exchange for the security and common welfare of the general group and the other members. Our nation is no different. You just take exception to the choices being made by those elected to lead our particular social group at this time, so you are frustrated and believe you can do it better yourself.

            However, in your heart, you know that you rely on the social group we’ve created to ensure your own well being and security, so your anger and resentment builds, leading you to the idea that you can somehow break the social contract of which you are a part, even though you fear doing so.

            The solution to your problem isn’t a change of our government, its leadership, or its structure. It will come when you deal with your own fear, which no gun can protect you against.

          • therealguyfaux ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

            Look, folks, a collectivist– psychologizing and telling me I’m just some angry resentful person, looking to rent-seek on the social contract, that I really am some amoral creature who’s only kept in check by my own fear?

            Here’s the social contract, Jack– no force or fraud, everybody keeps what they earn above and beyond only the lowest possible impost necessary to maintain civilization. Amen.

            Anything more than that is based on desire, not on necessity. Not all people share all desires. The rule of thumb is, whose allowable amount of freedom permits the other to live in accord with his desires, those which do not interdict the other person’s? I can accommodate your wrong-headed collectivist view of the world (it’s called the first amendment right of freedom speech and freedom of association) better than you can seemingly accommodate my individualist view.

            Who’s really the fraidy-cat here, chump?

          • $80856350

            That’s not the social contract we have in the U.S. now, nor does it accurately reflect our past.

            Libertarians are always the first to claim they need and rely on nothing than themselves, but it never seems to work out that way when reality exerts its power. When your Ayn Rand phase is over, you’ll realize that.

          • Cheryl Webb Clair

            The traitor is living in the White House. He does everything he can to bring down the United States. If you can’t see that, you are not only completely blind, but also stupid. For God’s sake man, wake up. Your country is being sold out from under you. Read some history books; especially prewar Germany. Deja Vu.

          • $80856350

            More drama queen claims, Cheryl? The President was elected according to our Constitution. I have no idea what you mean with your claim about our country being sold out from under us, but it doesn’t fit the facts.

          • EdWatts

            One man, one vote. Barry was NOT elected “according to our Constitution” at all. If only one person voted for him more than once (There have been convictions of several people already for doing just that!), he was NOT elected legally.

          • $80856350

            Given the fact that Presidents in our nation are not elected by popular vote, but by the election of presidential electors to the Electoral College, a few popular votes don’t change either the outcome or impact his election at all.

          • EdWatts

            How, then, are the electors chosen? It’s a safe bet that, in certain [critical] precincts, the fraud consisted of a lot more than a “few” votes.

          • AmericanFaith

            He stole the election, he was never the president, really…just a puppet for the nazi’s like your ass.

          • $80856350

            If you have proof of such a claim, you should provide it to the proper authorities and to all of the media outlets you can reach. Otherwise, you’re just speaking out of your rectum.

          • it’sme

            And Obama is the worst traitor of all and sounds too me like you may be one of his sheeple..

          • Mark81150 Never/Trump/Hillary

            so when are you stringing barbed wire candy ass?

            If a state decides to leave the union in this day and age?

            You’d support air strikes against them, just for telling YOUR blue state to GF itself?

            my… how utterly fascist you are..

            You’d shoot people in the back, for putting a fence between your land and theirs..

            The words for that are well known, what they are not, is American. In this world, self determination, trumps the will of the fascist left, you either believe in the rights of all men and women, or you believe that none have them..

            You just proved what a good little serf you are..

            You’d murder other Americans, for walking away.. not attacking you, just walking away..

            and you call that Patriotism?

            You are unfit to mouth that word.

          • Tom Gilbert

            Skippy, you forget the fact that the founders never intended for the federal government to have a standing Army, only the states were allowed militias. The feds were to field a Navy for border control and tariffs. There was a legitimate reason for that. Now I admit that the states have been defanged since the War of Union Aggression and the industrialists of the North won which cemented the concept of fed run by some unscrupulous businesses & began the real selling out of the people by elected officials in return for big money. The states are now beginning to realize their original intent within the scheme of things and are moving forward with the Liberty Amendments. You seem to have made your choice for fed control over your life, regardless of the original intent of the founders. Most of us have chosen liberty. Who in federal government was given the right by the Constitution to decide; how much water our toilets could flush? what lightbulbs we may use? how many miles per gallon our vehicles would get? what energy sources we could use? how we could use our own property without checking with EPA or Ag? what we may or may not eat? whether we may celebrate the foundational religion of our nation? what we learn in local school systems? whether we may celebrate particular holidays? ……….. and the list goes on.

            Many aware American ‘citizens’ (operative word meaning belief in our original Constitution and the religious foundations it is based upon), those who pay attention, will choose individual freedoms, individual rights, AND the individual responsibilities that are inherent with those Constitutional, God-given rights and freedoms.

          • $80856350

            You’re incorrect, Tom. By the time the Revolutionary War was underway, the founders well understood that state militias were largely inept and unqualified to protect the new nation. That’s why the Constitution itself provides for both a standing army and navy.

          • Geoff

            A traitor is never a patriot, no matter how fervently you wish to believe yourself so.

            Is Obama a traitor or a patriot? What’s your personal opinion on the current administration? Are they out to change everything? Do you believe everything that is happening is truly for the best of the United States?

          • $80856350

            The current administration was lawfully elected to office, just as all of those before it have been since our Constitution was ratified. There are some policies of the Obama administration that I support, along with many I personally oppose. That’s the nature of life in a democratic republic such as ours.

          • Malcolm Reynolds

            AS I tried to tell you in another response about that where you accused me not really being a Marine. see the declaration of Independence. You’re wrong.

          • $80856350

            The Declaration is a fine piece of political advocacy, but it is now the basis of our law or government organization. You’ll find those are all based on our Constitution. It helps to understand the difference between polemics, law, and politics. You don’t seem able to discern those differences, which is why you folks continue to lose your political battles.

          • fancherflash

            You are young, uneducated in truth, and seem to know nothing about the constitution. The second amendment is exactly opposite what you think. The Bill of Rights purpose was to STOP and limit the federal government!

          • $80856350

            I’m willing to bet I’ve been around the block far more times than yourself, but it would be easy for you to read about the actual history of the 2nd Amendment. You just have to get past being afraid of information that doesn’t support your ideology.


          • yeager12

            the traitor here is obama and staff and it sounds like you also.We need no muslim commie takeover here.

          • EdWatts

            Traitor? In the immortal words of Bob Hope: “Oh…You mean like Democrats?”

          • Fred Thompson

            Don’t you have an Obama health care rally or something to attend?

          • ourcountry

            You haven’t a clue do you?

          • Mark81150 Never/Trump/Hillary

            No douchebag.. the British sat out the civil war.. British royalty wanted to join in on the Southern side, Brit popular opinion favored the North in solid numbers, they only helped in accepting Confederate vessels in their ports..

            nothing else.

            and you just exposed yourself as a die hard leftist.. you twist historical fact to support an argument against one we never made.

            one or two guys joke about Putin.. and you make that a broad brush to tar all conservatives.. “traitors”

            I wore the uniform numbnuts.. have you?

            We are not talking about little Jethro militia units you can laugh at while watching them be gunned down on MSNBC..

            Did Cairo teach you nothing?.. The Czech uprising?.. all the anti-communist over throws as the Soviet client states tossed their communist overlords?

            There is no grand army you can kill for fun..

            It’ll be men.. women, children, vets, patriots and those who support freedom marching in the streets.. while you cry and suck your thumb.. complaining bitterly that yer messiah didn’t napalm Texas for your amusement..

            You have NO fundamental understanding of our history, the times we live in, or how a revolution today, can be a spontaneous up rising in two days..

            not 4 years of trench war as you doggedly insist.

            and THAT, only happens, when Obama takes that last step on the path he’s already started down to a full blown junta/dictatorship..

            We are talking contingency..

            and you can’t stand that anyone would dare to oppose a loving iron fist smashing them..

            you’d be a very loyal apparatchik.. and the object that free men and women hold in contempt.

          • $80856350

            The British mercantile class provided vast amounts of money, weapons, and intelligence to the CSA because they wanted to maintain their ready access to the cotton and sugar produced in the South. The British maintained a stance of public neutrality to hedge their bets, but it was primarily British merchandise being smuggled through the maritime blockade of Southern ports throughout the war.

            You need to get some of your history from somewhere other than the TV and graphic novels.

          • $80856350

            Here’s a little something more for you to consider in your claim about the British sitting out our Civil War.


            In any event, they won’t be helping you neo-confederates if you start another one.

          • Human

            I can guarantee you one thing douch! Life will be hell on earth!

          • therealguyfaux ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

            How many Lidice’s for the death of a Heydrich do you think the American public would stand for?

            Trust me, it would be worth dying in the first wave of “shock-and-awe,” if all the public did was, that they sat on their couches and just watched it all on CNN and then did nothing, however small, to continue the fight, by “unintentionally” being slow to carry out the regime’s orders, and screwing things up at every turn. It sure ain’t any America I would choose to live in any more, that’s for sure– but then, I won’t have to.

            YOU will.

          • fancherflash

            The attack is coming from the White House, congress, and the courts, we are defending our own country, homes and families. That makes a BIG difference. We are in it for keeps, life or death, to the end. They are in it for an ideology. We are fighting evil and in the end evil looses!

          • fancherflash

            Is skippingdog code for obama?

          • Noah

            no, “eating dog” is code for obama. and “screwed the pooch” is the project name for

          • Hiram Belt

            You hit that nail on the head! I would rather die swinging than submit.

          • Hiram Belt

            I would rather go down swinging than to submit.

          • AmericanFaith

            FUCK YOU NAZI ASSHOLE…who do you think you are?

          • Earl

            so people with a spine are revolutionaries…hmmm, guess that makes you a lost cause

          • Rick Norman

            You might be surprised at what we DO have….first and foremost; GUTS. You have shown you are already rolling over…

          • $80856350

            No, what you have is known as “bravado.” It’s far different from courage or “guts.”

          • Rick Norman

            Bravado is hot air, which you have…stick to your field of expertise.

          • linscottsdale

            So what you’re saying, then, skippingdog, is that, unless you could be assured that no one would be hungry, or lose an eye, everyone should just bow down and acquiesce to an all-powerful central government, no matter how bad they get? Live on our knees, and all that?

            Is there no point in your mind where it would be better to die standing?

          • $80856350

            No, what I’m saying is that statements like the one you just made are the work of a drama queen living in some alternate reality.

          • linscottsdale

            Well, actually, what you really just articulated is that you are the only one, in your mind, who can raise a question, or make a point worthy of discussion — and that, by all accounts, is the work of a cowardly Internet troll.

            Your comments have a lot of merit in them, but you immediately lost your credibility when you stooped to the level of the people you were criticizing. I asked you a fair question; clearly, you could not come up with a witty or insightful response, so you ran straight to the gutter you were frowning upon a short while ago.

          • $80856350

            You’re the one who made the claim that “we’ll all be living on our knees,” and such similar hyperbole. When you want to as a forthright and “fair” question, it should be easy for someone like yourself to do so without the dramatic flair.

            I make it a point to generally respond to others in a manner far more civil than that generally directed toward me, although I will admit matching the tone of some of the more coarse and ignorant posters when that’s appropriate.

            Now, if you would be so kind as to pose your question in a direct and rational form, I’d be more than happy to respond in a similar way.

          • linscottsdale

            Fair enough.

            Do you think there should be a “line” that the federal government can not cross, without drawing a justifiable armed response from citizens?

            Or, to use an historical reference, would you agree with Abraham Lincoln when he said:

            “We the people are the rightful masters of both Congress and the courts, not to overthrow the Constitution but to overthrow the men who pervert the Constitution.” ??

          • $80856350

            Yes, I do. If or when the federal government – or a state government – takes an action such as cancelling scheduled elections, arresting individuals for merely expressing their 1st amendment rights in print, speeches, etc., suspends the writ of habeos corpus outside of the provisions relating to the suppression of internal rebellion articulated in the Constitution, denying arrested individuals their right to trial, arresting and imprisoning political opponents, or closing the courts, then I’d be in full support of efforts to change the conditions that allowed such events. That’s when we’d really have the kind of “tyranny” that so many proclaim these days for far less important or consequential events.

          • linscottsdale

            So, demonstrable voter fraud being tolerated by authorities, IRS targeting of political opponents, the many abuses of eminent domain, the killing of American citizens without due process (drone strikes), NSA spying on American citizens with no warrant, the self-dealt privileges of the political class and their cronies, the recriminate waste of our resources that is ignored and accelerated, and a long list of other treacherous things, these are just nibbles that we shouldn’t worry about in our democratic diet?

          • $80856350

            You can’t reliably demonstrate voter fraud on anything other than a minor local basis, primarily in Ohio it seems. The IRS reviewed 501c applications by liberal groups as well as tea party groups, which I would suggest is a good thing because all of those groups were attempting to receive an unlawful tax exemption for non-exempted political activities.

            The killing of foreign combatants, even if they happen to have once been American citizens, is fully consistent with the long standing practices and laws of war. Had such people been captured, they would have justifiably been subject to summary execution in times not long past.

            The NSA “spying” doesn’t appear to be anything other than an attempt to collect nearly universal signals intelligence by tracking communications leaving or coming to our country. There’s no evidence, nor even an assertion, that domestic communications were collected. Even then, there were no specific “searches” conducted and none of us has a 4th Amendment privacy expectation for communications outside of the U.S.

            I don’t know what you mean by the “self-dealt privileges” of the political class. Our elected and high-level appointed officials have always enjoyed the perquisites of their offices. That actually appears to be declining from earlier times because of the greater movement of and access to information we all have.

            There are many resource wastes that should be addressed, including the long-term environmental damages caused by coal and petrochemicals, but I’m sure you have a more specific complain in mind.

            All of these problems are readily addressed through the democratic processes established in our Constitution. That’s why claims that we need to have some type of modern revolution to overthrow our long established government are absurd.

          • linscottsdale

            You put a lot of trust into the federal government. A healthy distrust is the only thing that inspires those democratic processes you speak about. The point is that the NSA should NOT be gathering anything on any citizen engaged in domestic communications, without a warrant. Period (to use a currently popular exclamatory word).

            Your rebuttal relies too much on assumptions that fly in the face of reality. We’re at a tipping point, where for every thoughtful and informed soul out there, like you, pulling that lever on educated principle, there are more people pulling that lever on the promise they will get more for themselves. That is NOT a sustainable model; it is only a growing power base for leftist politicians who are increasingly emboldened in their disregard for the Rule of Law.

            Why wait until we need to duke it out the old-fashioned way? Why spend time in this forum debating what that line is, and why not simply hold the government accountable? Sounds fair enough, doesn’t it? Good luck with that. Personally, the only road out I see is if enough states pull out the 10th Amendment, and we get some governors with spine enough to assert themselves over the federal apparatus.

            In a sense, we’re already seeing a “revolution” — a revolution by *relocation*: people are moving out of blue states, and into places like Arizona, and Texas, where big-thinking progressive ideals get no oxygen. Intel is building their future in Arizona, and Apple just announced they are opening a manufacturing plant here as well.

          • $80856350

            A healthy level of skepticism about our government is good for any educated and aware citizen, but skepticism is not remotely the same thing as cynicism, and it is cynicism about our government and your fellow citizens that is most clearly powering your comments here.

          • linscottsdale

            The people you have criticized in this thread are responding to their fears in a way that doesn’t present well; indeed, their rants about ammo only gives more ammo to those who would/will mock and marginalize them.

            I take it you don’t quarrel with the notion of an armed uprising, rather you perceive your line to be further out than what you read others to be. But at the end of the day, it seems to me that neither you, nor I, are different from them, in that we have a line in mind, beyond which the government no longer has legitimate authority.

            I think you also make a flawed assumption that there aren’t that many “revolutionaries” out there: one, by many people’s definition YOU are a “revolutionary”, for even suggesting there ever be any resistance of an armed sort; and, two, not every armed person who thinks there is a real line to be drawn is some bearded redneck carrying a Confederate flag. I get the impression that there are a lot of very clean-cut, articulate people with varying means out there who have a clear line in mind, and I doubt it would take much of a match to ignite a fireball of historic proportion.

            I pray that it never happens; I just recognize that it could, and has so many times in history. I take comfort in the fact there are so many armed Americans, in that it should give pause to tyrants in positions of power, and in the realization that hundreds of millions of unarmed people have died throughout history at the hands of tyrannical governments.

          • $80856350

            It undermines and devalues the word “tyranny” when it is applied to political disagreements. The conditions I described are very close to those that justified our founders resort to revolution, and reflect the “usurpations and abuses” to which they referred. Implementing a law that regulates health insurance and provides for its expansion to those currently uninsured hardly qualifies. Suggesting that we need tighter regulations regarding the private possession of firearms hardly qualifies.

          • linscottsdale

            Death by a million pin pricks…

            You dismiss “a little voter fraud in Ohio”, when ANY voter fraud should be considered totally unacceptable and intolerable. Tell the people living in those districts that their vote isn’t as important as someone on the Upper West Side’s. Are you content to do that?

            You dismiss NSA surveillance because there is no handy evidence that it has been used to persecute or harm anyone — yet — when the point is that there should be NO SURVEILLANCE in the first place, period, without a warrant.

            You dismiss never-ending gun control, even though the overwhelming preponderance of gun crime is committed by guns that are already illegally owned or procured.

            Now, I exercise my right to be a little hyperbolic, to make a point worth considering: these people being harmed by government abuses, fraud, lies, cronyism, they’re all just gypsies and Jews, right? What does it matter that only a small group of people are hurt? It ain’t us…right?

            You suggested I live in an “alternate reality”, and you may have me there: I am a WASP with considerable means, living in an affluent suburb of Phoenix, who plays golf 3x per week, and travels all over the place, just for fun. That is, verily, an alternate reality, by most every standard. I’d like to see everyone have the opportunities for success — and failure — I have had, but I think we are fast on the road to government-prescribed mediocrity, all in the name of “fairness” and it is so unnecessary. And I think when we make concessions to foundation principles, no matter how noble, expedient, or just those concessions may seem, we are entering a dangerous alternate reality that takes us to that lesser place.

          • $80856350

            Of course you’re some wealthy retiree living in Scottsdale with nothing better to do than play golf and post rants on political websites.

            No level of voter fraud is acceptable, just as no level of gun violence is acceptable. That doesn’t mean we should nullify elections because the former happens, any more than you would support the repeal of the 2nd Amendment because of the latter.

            The NSA surveillance has never been proffered as evidence in any court to prove a crime, so the mere fact that communications were monitored on extra-territorial calls is not a Constitutional violation of the 4th Amendment or any other provision.

            Your real complaint is that you’re butthurt by the fact that the current administration doesn’t consider you worthy of special privileges because of your wealth and social position there in Goldwater country. You also don’t like paying your taxes, since you feel as if you’re somehow more worthy and special than anyone else in the nation who may not have been as financially successful as you claim to be.

            One completely valid role of the government is to moderate the excesses that occur due to the structural and asset imbalances that exist in the unfettered market, whether that market is health insurance or financial instruments.

          • linscottsdale

            What’s your excuse, then?

            My GOD, you are so full of shit. Get out and live a little. Seriously, dude, you are fucked up. Get off the computer, and go live some, and then report back.

          • linscottsdale

            What a bunch of bullshit, really…listen to yourself.

          • $80856350

            Glad to know I was so close to the target.

          • linscottsdale

            Is that your game? If so, you need a lot more in your quiver. You are dismissing me because I am a successful American? Wow. And I thought we were having a fruitful discussion.

          • $80856350

            We were, until you decided to decline into name calling once more. When you want to have a rational discussion again, I’m always up for it.

          • linscottsdale

            I’m game. Stop criticizing me for being a successful American. What have you done with your life?

          • $80856350

            I managed to earn a graduate degree, retire in my 50’s, and have a net worth in the low seven digits. I’ve had a long and successful marriage, two kids who have completed college, and a paid-off home in the suburbs. My annual family income places me in the top 3 or 4%, so I think that qualifies as success by most normal measures.

            I’ve even played golf in Scottsdale a few times. Camelback is a pretty hard course, but I like the Talon at Greyhawk.

            How about you?

          • linscottsdale

            I commend you. That is terrific, sincerely.

          • $80856350

            Likewise and thank you.

          • linscottsdale

            You are very welcome. You earned it. So, let me ask: why do you feel the need to insult me, your brother?

            If it is just because you are bored, I get it. But if not, why? It seems really unproductive otherwise.

          • $80856350

            You’re probably a nice person in real life, and you’ve clearly been successful under our system of government. It is precisely those attributes that make me question why someone like you would grasp the most alarmist and unsupported claims about our government in the same way those who are fearful and largely ignorant about our laws and history do so often on sites like this. Your earlier point about many of the posters here who respond out of some unfocused fear of change, or who find themselves easily swayed by the professional media demagogues that manipulate the masses for profit, is well taken. And I must admit that I sometimes enjoy challenging their statements with verifiable facts they probably haven’t either learned or considered before.

            I also go through periods of boredom, probably like yourself. Retiring at a relative young age is certainly not a burden that I would ever complain about, but it is sometimes hard to completely abandon the intellectual and rhetorical skills I spent so many decades improving and with which I made my professional living.

            Now it’s your turn.

          • linscottsdale

            I was successful under a system of government that is no longer in vogue. Jesus Christ, can I please send you a comparison of just the last 5 years, of the federal regulations???

          • linscottsdale

            And how is it my turn? I am persona non grata…

          • linscottsdale

            Very nice. How is it my turn? I’m just a white guy, Andover, and skull & bones stuff. I am the devil incarnate.

          • $80856350

            That’s the background of a respected and successful establishment Republican, not a Tea Party radical firebrand. Hardly the devil.

          • linscottsdale

            Are you kidding me? Seriously.

          • $80856350

            I meant no offense.

          • linscottsdale

            I took none…just stunned by your thoughts. How the hell do you think we got 0bama?

          • $80856350

            Obama was elected for several reasons unrelated to the policies of his particular administration.

            In 2008, people were already war-weary, and McCain seemed to be offering more of the same.

            The markets were in the middle of the biggest crash since the Great Depression, after 8-years of a pro-business, Republican president, who also happened to be the first MBA president. Most people saw their retirement funds and homes rapidly decline in value and were scared that McCain would employ only half-hearted measures to reverse the decline, echoing the failed policies of Hoover.

            In the media age, Obama looked younger and more vigorous than McCain. He has a level of personal charisma that we haven’t seen at the national level since Ronald Reagan, whether you agree with him or not. He also has the cachet of being the first black president.

            That’s how we got Obama.

          • linscottsdale

            How do you explain 2012? We missed an enormous opportunity there, to replace 0bama with someone who had a clue.

          • $80856350

            In 2012, Obama had the power of incumbency working in his favor. I also think many in the “religious right” just couldn’t bring themselves to work for or vote for Romney because of his religion. If you’ve spent much time in the South or around firmly committed Southern Baptists and similar faith groups, you know they consider the LDS a large cult, and they are for some reason deathly afraid of anything they think is a cult.

            Ignorance at work again.

            To be frank, the Democrats had a far better developed GOTV operation in 2012 than the Republicans and, let’s face it, Mitt didn’t help matters by appearing to focus his campaign on high income white people. High income white males just don’t reflect the demographics of the U.S. to the significant degree they once did.

            The Republicans have also scared most educated women away from their brand and their candidates with their focus on abortion, and have alienated the vast majority of Hispanics with their stated positions on immigration. Agree with them or not, once you remove the majority of women, blacks, Hispanics, and other minorities as your potential voters, it doesn’t leave much room for finding the numbers to win a national election.

          • Noah

            pardon me, but werent republicans that wanted to abolish slavery also called “radicals” by democrats?!

          • $80856350

            The Republican party was founded as the abolitionist party. Do you really see the Republican party of today supporting civil rights for women and minorities? Can you imagine the Republicans of today passing the Civil Rights Act? Your Republicans wouldn’t even support extending the Voting Rights Act, so any claim to moral superiority on civil rights has long been pissed away by the bigots and neo-confederates the Republicans now represent.

          • linscottsdale

            The only thought that goes through my mind is about how you might be more successful. I don’t get the invective you show toward me.

          • linscottsdale

            As for golf, I now shoot under 70 almost every time. I played Troon yesterday and shot 66.

          • $80856350

            I’ve never played Troon, and I’m currently playing to an index of 12. I played Red Mountain over in Mesa a few months ago and liked that course a lot.

          • linscottsdale

            What next, a lecture about me not paying my “fair share”. I swear, I expected more from you.

          • $80856350

            I have no idea what you pay. Only you do, and in your heart you know whether it’s fair or not.

          • linscottsdale

            I think it i more than fair. What concerns me most is that it is being spent very poorly. We can do a lot better.

            I do not want to be retired, but I have been idle since age 45. How on earth does that help this country, that someone my age, with means, is just playing golf?

          • $80856350

            You clearly have business or investment skills. You also live in an area that is generally supportive of your political philosophy, so why not consider public office? You don’t have to stand for election, but nearly every city and county looks for successful citizens who will serve on the various boards and commissions that actually make our government work. I have a close friend who began that way and is now the chair of a hospital district board up near Flagstaff.

          • linscottsdale

            Considering it. State level only.

          • linscottsdale

            I paid over $500K in federal taxes last year.

          • $80856350

            I paid about a quarter of that, so you’re clearly more financially successful than I. Nonetheless, we’re both very fortunate people.

          • linscottsdale

            ALL of that tax money got wasted in a minute by these muttonheads in Washington. I hope that bothers you…viscerally.

          • $80856350

            While I have no doubt that some of that tax money was wasted, I disagree with you that all of it was wasted. The waste certainly bothers me, but the government in our nation was never designed or intended to operate with businesslike efficiency, so some spillage is inevitable. It comes from the difference in operating rationale between commerce and government.

            Commerce operates with largely a pure economic rationale, seeking efficiencies through the reduction of inputs, better processing, increased outputs, etc.

            Government is designed to operate based upon political rationale, which is inherently less efficient than the commerce rationale. The product of government is also primarily a service of some type, which is difficult to measure in business like terms. For example, how do you determine that the military is operating at its highest efficiency? Body counts? Wars prevented? Jobs created at military contractors?

            Expecting the government to operate like a business, when the two have entirely different operating rationales, is like expecting your cat to bark. It might occasionally happen, but it’s not a naturally occurring event.

          • linscottsdale

            I am not “butthurt” by anything, amigo. I cashed out. And isn’t that the King’s rub? I am doing NOTHING. How does that help anyone in your clean world of people fixing things?

            Honestly, dog, I expected more from you…

          • $80856350

            Checking out was probably a good decision for you. That way you can snipe from the sidelines and pretend you have something to contribute other than a single digit handicap.

          • linscottsdale

            LOL. Is that all you’ve got? Honest to God, Allah, and all the forces that be, I expected more. Are you really that lame? I think not…

          • linscottsdale

            Seriously, man, I am an optimist. As such, I do not think you are just a resentful shithead. You must have a better response than that, no?

          • Thomas Dobbins

            “arresting individuals for merely expressing their 1st amendment rights in print, speeches, etc., suspends the writ of habeos corpus outside of the provisions relating to the suppression of internal rebellion articulated in the Constitution, denying arrested individuals their right to trial, arresting and imprisoning political opponents, ”

            Already happened…

          • linscottsdale

            I was not being at all “hyperbolic”. I made the apparently incorrect assumption that you would get the reference to the quote from the Mexican Revolution, “It is better to die on your feet, than to live on your knees”.

          • $80856350

            I got the reference completely. It seemed overwrought when applied to our own political circumstances.

          • linscottsdale

            …because, of course, *your* reality is the right and only one. This kind of mocking arrogance is usually the work of a dyed-in-the-wool 0bamaton.

          • $80856350

            I certainly don’t think I have any corner on the truth, but I also understand that the “truth” is far more complex than most people who post on sites like this believe it to be.

          • linscottsdale

            There are tens of millions of arms out there, owned by tens of millions of Americans. Most people aren’t vocal about where their line in the sand is, if the shit hits the fan, so the reality is that no one, including you, knows how many “revolutionaries” there may be, just waiting for a line to be crossed. Not all people who are tense, and armed, and deeply distrustful of the federal government are bearded, loud-mouthed rednecks waving a Confederate flag.

          • aceofwands

            ” “The 530 Plan”… five million patriots, each identifying thirty
            liberals, picking a day to live in infamy and having at it, all taking place in a single day.”

            Sleep tight there skippy, the war will be against the left, not the Military or LE. They will be too busy hauling the carcasses of the left to the garbage dump.

          • $80856350

            That is simply ridiculous. It would require planning and organization, which would be impossible for you to do in secret. At best, there may be a couple of dozen of you domestic terrorists who would attempt such a brazen violation of our laws and common decency, but you won’t last long.

          • aceofwands

            Here is some logic and a warning for liberals.

            Human nature and historical records show, spoiled brats such as liberals are, will always be put down when their thirst for power exceeds the tolerance of the masses. The historical record shows, (just one example) in 1979, Vietnam was forced to invade Cambodia to put down
            Pol Pot and the Khmer Rouge. In America your Pol Pot wanna-be Bill Ayers has proclaimed his plan for the genocide of 25 million being necessary for the communist take over of the country. If you think people will stand-by and do nothing, then you are living in a delusional cartoon of your own making. You may feel it is a rampage against you and your ilk, but to those doing the hunting, it will be classified as a moral imperative to save the country from the seditious destroyers of liberty you and your people have proven to be so adept at. The eradication of America’s enemies would be a resounding success. Wiping clean the American landscape of those leftie, communist, socialist, sycophant, minion and seditious enabling destroyers of liberty is what freedom demands.

          • $80856350

            What color is the sky on your planet, ace?

          • aceofwands

            I guess the colors are different from the colors in your cartoon.

            I see you have never run the man power numbers for the military and law enforcement. If you do, you will come to discover they only add up to 4 million total that can be fielded. There are 3.72 million square miles of land comprising the land area of the United States. SO!…let’s see what that gives us. OOPS!…one man must patrol 0.93 square miles 24 hours a day, seven days a week. If we only make him patrol 12 hours a day, now he must cover 1.86 square miles. YEAH!…now I see your point, American patriots are doomed.

            You actually sound like that guy Tony from “Saturday Night Fever” when he says to his boss…”fvck the future” and his boss replies back…”no no Tony, you don’t fvck the future, the future fvcks you”.

            Started in 2007…see how far you get debating these folks, or, just go and educate yourself. Taking the pulse of the Nation so to speak.


          • $80856350

            Do even you know what you meant with that little rant?

          • aceofwands

            Obama has been quoted saying “math is hard”…I see he is rubbing off on you.

          • $80856350

            Do you really think it will be necessary to have officers patrolling every square mile of the U.S. for you nimrods? There are only a few states where there are enough of you to do the “Hold my beer and watch this” schtick with your guns and confederate flags. Your “patriot” movements are already well infiltrated by government informants who will gladly provide all of the planning information needed to neutralize your attempts at sabotage or homicide. Keep deluding yourself though. It’s exactly what the people who sell gold, guns, and freeze-dried food need to maintain their own style of living.

          • aceofwands

            Like I said, he’s rubbing off on you. Let’s see, 100 million gun owners against 4 million…a 25 to 1 ratio. Yeah…LE will take that on. The Chicago Police (10,000 strong) are up against 125,000 gang bangers and they stay away. In the Rodney King riots the LE headed for cover. You need to pay attention to past events and current day operations before putting all your hope in the gov. The Lone Wolf Christopher Dorner had all of Southern California LE on needles and pins until he fvcked up and sent a manifesto identifying himself.

            For people of your ilk, Some folks have already made their plans in advance…like these two guys. You think everybody belongs to an organization, that’s funny. There are very few organizations out there.

            “…If gun confiscations ever start, believe me when I tell you that they will never find me again – but they will see the results of my handiwork. They won’t know it’s from me, and they will never see it happen…”


            MolonLabe says:

            January 24, 2013 at 9:04

            Don’t mistake “tactical restraint” and “battle-space preparation” for “cowardice” or an unwillingness to act, “friend.”

            We the people just finished buying 4.8 million firearms in less than 60 days, a six year stockpile of standard capacity magazines, and over 3 billion cartridges.

            Do you think we bought them to register them and/or turn them in?

            This is not panic buying.

            This is a people preparing for war.

            You need to understand a thing or two about logistics son. Sherman didn’t march through the south on a moment’s notice. A campaign takes a good amount of time and resources – but thanks to the overreaches of statists and wannabe-tyrants, the time-table just got put into overdrive.

            Takes 3% of the gun owners in this nation to topple it. The federal government does not stand a chance.

            How do I know this?

            Go dig five holes 4 foot deep in your backyard. I’ll be startled if you don’t damage some kinda utility line in the process. You pick a fight with the freedom lovers in America, and you had better get used to not having electricity, internet, natural gas, running water, and working toilets.

            The infrastructure is utterly indefensible.

            The patriots in America don’t need to beat the army. They don’t need to beat the Federal goon-squads. They don’t even need to beat the local law enforcement.

            All they need to do it shut off the lights on a dilapidated, over-extended, and so vulnerable as to be indefensible power/water/gas grid, and the “free-sh*t-army” will take care of the rest.

            The guns are for what comes afterwards. The coming revolution will be fought with shovels, pick-axes, bolt cutters, and bags of cement. The “arms” dealer will be Home Depot. You’ll learn one way or another this society continues and exists peaceably only with our consent. The second we withdraw that, it will, with a considerable amount of assistance, fall into ruin.

            “How many patriots are you willing to kill to get the guns?
            How many people on your side are you willing to see die to get the guns?

            Perhaps you need to consider those two points before you try to usurp our natural rights.

            You can’t have the guns, you can’t have a registration of the guns, and if you think the law enforcement officers are willing to die to go after the guns, you’ll need to do some google-fu, and look into the reality of that situation.

            High time you totalitarians had some skin in the game. If you want our modern sporting rifles with standard capacity magazines, and if you want our long-arms registered, you’ll have to come do it yourselves.

            After all… the Cops and the Sheriff’s deputies all live amongst us. As has been so aptly illustrated in Mexico… 2:30 am no-knock raids cut both ways. The law enforcement officers won’t lift a finger to enforce this nonsense outside of hell-pits like NYC and SF. They love their kids and their wives, and like to not come home to burning cinders where their home used to be.

            So man up. You want the weapons, come and get them – this time there won’t be any soldiers and cops dying for you.

            You’ll have to do it yourselves.

            Good luck.”


          • $80856350

            There aren’t anything like “100 million” gun owners who will rise up and do anything illegal like you suggest. The vast majority of them will remain law abiding citizens who comply with the requirements of the law. There will certainly be a a few “dead enders,” perhaps including yourself, who will make an attempt to use violence in opposition to the law. Your threats against law enforcement officers and their families won’t last very long once the leadership of your group is targeted directly. You won’t have the capability to present any level of organized opposition, since you won’t have working communications, transportation, air support, or any of the other basic logistical necessities required for effective armed conflict. As armed combatants in open rebellion against the U.S., you also won’t be covered by the Constitutional rights and protections available to law abiding citizens, and even non-traitorous criminals. That means the military can and will be brought into the fight to focus its extensive destructive power on you and your co-conspirators, perhaps including the use of armed drones that will only announce their presence to you when you briefly see the bright white flash of the Hellfire missile warhead detonating before your body separates into thousands of small pieces for the ants and scavenging animals to eat later that night.

            Sleep tight.

          • aceofwands

            I have made no threats against anybody. I read news stories and comments and pass them along. I do not belong to any group unlike you do…let’s call your group the “kool-aide club”. Or are you a member of the “Black Block”? You know, that liberal radical club that likes to protest and destroy property while inciting riots.

            Your cartoon presentation of drones and missiles is somewhat comical. They only work well in open country, like a farm field or desert. They have a very hard time targeting a single individual in urban areas or in heavily wooded forests. Besides…the Taliban have been defeating them for years now with a $1.45 Mylar survival blanket…so much for that Hellfire application.

            Keep that cartoon going strong, I know it gives you comfort.

          • therealguyfaux ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

            Jesus wept!

            Do you ever give up?

            Of course the Government looks to find snitches amongst the yee-haw gun toters you’re making reference to.

            People who importune others to discuss these sorts of things are usually provocateurs, or to be regarded as such.

            And you DO get some real Darwin laureates who fail to see this.

            But I’ve lived in areas of the country where natural disasters are capable of occurring. Much of the “survival guide” information is not so different from the shelter-in-place-if possible-bug-out-if-necessary instructions in the front of telephone books, 4fuxsake.

            I lived in Miami at the time of Hurricane Andrew. Some people had to evacuate. Others did not. Some were prepared with bottled water, and some were not–“boil water orders” were broadcast on the radio. Some people had canned food, others did not. Some had supplies of first aid kits, others did not.

            The dirty secret, by the way, is that for a storm more ferocious than Katrina where the eye passed and more devastation was wrought by the storm, there was precious little looting and violence as compared to, say, New Orleans– because the assumption in Florida is that homeowners and business owners are armed. Along with the insurance policy numbers spray painted on houses and businesses, “You-loot-we-shoot” showed up everywhere. The police were incapable, by and large, of actual patrol, so taking a page from the 1992 Los Angeles Korean storekeepers, a little “self-help” was employed.

            Back in the 1950’s, sure, those “duck-and-cover” films were risible– but the Cold War DID instill in some people who were quite young then an appreciation for being able to provide shelter, sustenance and safety for yourself and loved ones if the SHTF.

            I’ll grant you that gold is an outside plungers’ sort of wager, and nobody should ever put more than 10% (if even that) of their savings into it. But you’ve just made light of a real important phenomenon of people prepared for a breaking down of everyday society for a short duration for plenty of things other than “Obama’s tanks, a la Tienanmen Sq.”

            We look upon it as a certain “insurance,” if you will– it’s our self-retention part of the insurance policy part of the “social contract.” We can get along without the Government for a few days anyway, and frankly, we don’t care who else can or can’t, so long as those folks. don’t interfere with our doing it. To do it for longer may require a bit more doing, and learning certain skills may be required and needed to be learned.

            But to write it off simply as Billy Joe and Jimmy Joe in the pick-up truck, playing soldier? You’re just an unspeakably smug arrogant piss-taker.

          • $80856350

            I don’t discount the need for personal preparation at all. I have at least two or three weeks worth of food, water, medical supplies, emergency clothing, emergency shelter, radios, and pet food for my family and pets. I also have firearms and ammunition if such tools should become necessary. Even FEMA, which you all seem to fear so much, recommends a week’s worth of emergency supplies for yourself and your family.

            That’s a far cry from claiming your “right” to take armed action against the federal government or even state law enforcement personnel, and it has nothing at all to do with promoting an armed rebellion against your government. When you, Billy Joe and Jimmy Joe are riding around in your cammies with your black guns and your “‘Murican” caps on looking for people who might be public officers, you really have gone far over the edge of rational thought and behavior.

          • therealguyfaux ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

            Actually, I do much the same as you claim to do, and I don’t even KNOW any Billy Joe’s or Jimmy Joe’s who engage in the sorts of things you seem to impute to me, let alone participate with them. All I’m saying is that at some point a line must be drawn, and my line is well more on the side of freedom than yours seems to be.

            Admit it, you just don’t like people you think are “Rednecks,” as defined by your oh-so-lofty standards of civic virtue and community behavior. You’ll fell better once you just admit you think we’re ALL $#!tkickers, that you would never deign to associate with, even on a bet.

          • J Daddy

            im fairly sure the last time there was a revolution, we werent suposed to stand a chance either. whith untrained militia and peasants against the bloody British army.

          • $80856350

            The last time there was a revolution, the CSA lost. The time before that we received extensive aid from France, which provided more soldiers to fight the British on behalf of the rebelling colonies than George Washington ever had in his Continental Army.

            France won’t be supplying you with soldiers, arms, or money for a new revolution.

          • Laddie Brown

            the need is already obvious, and yet we still take more and more bs on a daily basis. A right exercised is and empty shell.

      • ked5

        maybe you haven’t noticed these thugs don’t give a hoot about the constitution, and they’re remaking of the courts gives them a rubber stamp to give the appearance of legitimacy.

        • Creel Otters

          No, really? Gee, I must have been asleep for the past 5 years….

          • J-net Wagner

            OBVIOUSLY……………. you and all the millions like you. People say, OH, that could NEVER happen in THIS country!
            Never say never….ITS HAPPENING right under our noses.

          • ked5

            and yet – you sit and cry the 2nd amendment trumps all. they. don’t. care. and are attempting to drive right over it. they are stacking the courts to back them too.

    • Weary Warrior

      Sorry, not any more.

      • Matthew de Vore

        it does if you choose to remain free. better to go down fighting with a bullet to the chest then sentence the next generation to a boot on the face.(to quote Orwell)

        • robcrawford2

          ‘A slave cannot be freed, save he do it himself. Nor can you enslave a free man; the very most you can do is kill him!’

          • fancherflash

            They may take my life but never my soul. Obama and his ilk are enough incentive to me to never go to Hell. Living with their kind here on earth is more than enough without spending eternity with them.

      • tedlv

        What idiots downvoted this? Show yourselves.

  • ObamaFail

    Wannabe dictator. If a Republican were doing this there would be such a crapstorm that they’d be forced to backpedal on their entire agenda. But since it’s Obama, the libs will no doubt have some pathetic defense of this and some way to deflect with some lame ass Bush bashing

    • maizie

      Sorry, Gary, not wannabe – is. The Constitution has been abandoned – ignored for a long while. They want to keep the people unaware of the reality as long as possible. Gives them more time to tie up loose ends before having to declare martial law officially. View this.

      • Jamie

        Maizie – then America needs to wake up and fight. Our forefathers came here and fought to have a free life and if we want to keep what this country free, we will have to do the same. We’re at a crossing. Give me liberty, or give me death.

        • Malcolm Reynolds

          Indeed. But remember, the FFs plead with the crown for over a decade and I think we’re just a the beginning where people are waking up. 7-10 years ago my parents wouldn’t have even though about straying from the repub plantation (and it is one), but because of people like Glenn Beck, and the formation of the Tea Party, they are awake now too. It’s coming, but the fight is not yet.

    • justathought

      O is a professional irresponsible liar. He is not a wannabe dictator….HE IS A DICTATOR. The libs will lie their pants off to protect him no matter how wrong he is. The worst part is THEY KNOW but they are stuck supporting a “PARTY”….which is a huge issue in this entire mess…..He is using those parties to create a division among the masses…He is not a stupid man…just a very Evil one….

    • ssj429

      The media would be calling for impeachment if this was Bush.

  • rennyangel2

    Everything about ozero and his criminal conspiracy is abhorrent. And then there is the persecution and forcing out of military leaders who are not all GLBT or XYZ and all the “engagement” rules so changed the military while still being put in harm’s way has to justify its defense of itself.

  • MurphTacular

    Every president, regardless of party, tries to ‘remake the courts’ i.e. appoint folks he agrees with. That’s what they do … Reagan, Bush41, Clinton, Bush43, all appointed as many judges as they could and hoped like they got appointed. But, way to think this means something “chilling,” when it doesn’t …

    • Chris Choina

      Some people are just to DAM STUPID TO SEE what’s coming.

      • Kreegah Bundolo

        or complicit.

        • Malcolm Reynolds

          Or both

      • ked5

        there are none so blind as those who will not see.

    • pj4me

      One thing you overlooked — Reagan, Bush, Clinton, Bush ALL didn’t intentionally WANT to “fundamentally transform the United States of America” and fundamentally transform — remake– the courts into commie courts! Past presidents at the very LEAST were PRO-America! BO is ANTI-America and intends to DESTROY the court system along with America.

      • Malcolm Reynolds

        How do you not consider the Clintons on the same team as Obama?
        They’re big Cloward and Piven -ites, the Mrs is funded by Soros and one of his top generals.

    • maizie

      Murph, you are right in that every president tries to appoint judges who exhibit the same social/moral/political understanding as themselves – some presidents have required a good understanding of the Constitution as well. What is so troubling about Obama is his social/moral/political preferences. He is a lying, Muslim traitor who hates whites and Christians and patriotic military leaders and intends to punish the USA for its “Colonialism.” View Dinesh Souza’s “2016: Obama’s America” and honestly relate it to what we in the US are experiencing right now, and you will see why we should worry.

    • tops116 ✓Quipper

      It’s chilling because Obama has already done such horrific job in every other aspect of his position. Look no further than healthcare.

      • tedlv

        And we have no idea how good or bad a job he did in his previous life, because there is no record, anywhere. Libs, now is your chance. Demonstrate ANY of Obama’s accomplishments in a professional, non-political career.

        • tedlv

          Not one liberal replied. I have to go to sleep. I have a 12 hour workday coming up, so I can support Obama dependents. Good night.

    • Christopher Moser

      O’ it is chilling alright. When a communist “appoints” someone, you better be ready and willing to give up your freedom, your money, and your integrity.

    • Wri8terofWrongs

      Even if that is true, that all presidents tried to “remake the courts”, no president before Obama was nearly as extreme far left, fundamentally damaging, American hating, class warfare instigating, murdering, cover-“upping”, lying, treasonous, and secretive as THIS president is. That makes it CHILLING as hell when he says HE is remaking the courts. Solyndra, Fast & Furious, Seal Team 6 deaths, Benghazi, Libya, NSA, IRS targeting…and the list goes on and on.

    • Getserious!

      Take a look around you murph–and wake up!

    • KansasGirl

      Funny how often the republican appointed judges end up liberal.

    • ssj429

      Marxist style judges are chilling.

  • kevinfromminneapolis

    Mitt Romney said what?

  • EEKman

    Normal job duties of the President, nothing to see here. Commence the circle jerking anger porn.

    • 67falcon

      So, your converting to Islam.

      • WisconsinPatriot

        I think he may just envy men who sit around with other men……you know……going blind

        • WisconsinPatriot

          Oh….that hurts!

          • EEKman

            Regular schizophrenia is a hell of a disease, get tested.
            Oh hi patriot! Glad to see you again. Hope your day is going well.

          • partswizard

            defend this

          • Malcolm Reynolds

            Not only that but they claim that somehow ‘All the dixiecrats became republicans’, which is a lie, cleanses their evil party.

          • $80856350

            Nobody claims that, Malcolm. The reality is that many Dixiecrats remained so because they represented districts or states that remained antagonistic toward the Republican brand because of Lincoln. That didn’t prevent them from supporting the same causes as the emerging “movement conservative” Republicans like Goldwater.

            You were apparently in the Corps before the Commandant’s Reading List became part of Marine life.

          • Malcolm Reynolds

            Sorry, go read any left wing website’s comments where racism is the subject and they’ll ALL claim it IMMEIDATELY when confronted with the fact that institutional racism and denial of basic rights has always been a wholly owned Democratic party operation.

            And you’re wrong, all but I believe two Dixiecrats merged right back into the democratic party.
            And I do remember the Commandants reading list which, at the time of my service, included Starship Troopers so it’s not like its the holy grail of honor and service.

          • $80856350

            Nothing to defend. The Confederates used to be Southern Democrats. Once the Democratic party began supporting civil rights for black people, the old confederacy switched its allegiance to the right-wing of the Republican party. That’s how we got here today.

          • Creel Otters

            Uh, no. Democrats did NOT support civil rights, and there was no polar shift of party ideology, regardless of what Kos and Soros tell you.

            Look up the voting record, if you have the courage.

          • $80856350

            You’re simply wrong, again. The Southern Democrats certainly opposed the Civil Rights Act, which is why it was passed with the cooperation of the Republicans at the time, led by Senator Everette Dirksen of Illinois. Barry Goldwater also led a large contingent of Republicans in opposition to both the Civil Rights and Voting Rights Acts under the banner of “states rights.” It was that Goldwater base group that produced later Republicans like Reagan. The old Southern Democrats and Dixiecrats largely aligned themselves with the Goldwater wing of the Republican Party or, like Strom Thurmond, Shelby, and others, changed their affiliation to the Republican Party and relied on angry white voters in the South to maintain their political careers.

            Read about Nixon’s “Southern Strategy” and what political scientists and historians have come to call “The Great Sorting” to get some information that you seem to have missed.

          • Noah

            so, was robert byrd out sick the day all those democrats got together and decided to become republicans?! funny how the guy who tried to filibuster the civil rights act stayed put and didnt switch.

          • $80856350

            You seem to be ignorant about both Robert Byrd’s own acknowledgment of his mistake in joining his local KKK group, as well as his extensive efforts to make amends for that early mistake through his later support of civil rights for all Americans. You also don’t seem to know anything about either Nixon’s “Southern Strategy” or what historians and political scientists now refer to as “The Great Sorting” which occurred in conjunction with the Civil Rights and Voting Rights Acts in the 1960’s.

          • Noah

            robert byrd mightve “acknowledged” his mistake many years afterward, not during the 60’s. so, i ask you, captain numbnuts, why the biggest opponent of the civil rights act didnt switch parties?

            speaking of “great sorting”…how about you “sort” your head from your ass?

          • $80856350

            Byrd did attempt to filibuster the Civil Rights Act, holding the floor for over 14 hours. It was pushed through by Democratic senator Mike Mansfield with support from Republican minority leader Everett Dirksen. Senator Byrd later said, repeatedly, that he regretted his decision to not support the bill. He also became a champion of expanded civil rights for women and minorities throughout the remainder of his long career.

          • Noah

            he “regretted” his decision many decades later. once again you avoid the question, fucknuts.

          • $80856350

            Does your mom know you have such a limited vocabulary and dirty mouth when you’re playing on her computer?

            If you ever bother to read about Byrd, you’ll find him to be a reflection of both his times and his electorate. He was also able to rise above those facts to lead on extensive legislation improving both the status and recognition of civil rights in this nation.

            The trouble is that fools like yourself aren’t really interested in facts.

          • EEKman

            Rofl do you seriously not understand that political parties change over time? You just admitted that republicans are racist. The descendants of the southern democrats are the republicans of today. Read some history before you stick your foot in your mouth.

          • tedlv

            Obamacare going well for you, eek?

          • EEKman

            Im double covered through my job and my wifes job. My mom has a small business and obamacare saved her some money. It doesnt affect me personally.

        • tedlv

          Can’t go blind if another guy does it for you, right?

      • EEKman

        I don’t even know what that means. Paranoid schizophrenia is a hell of a disease. Get tested.

        • tedlv

          You first.

        • Malcolm Reynolds

          Too bad for you, stupidity is incurable. Hey, I think I just heard an obamas chlong drop out of his pants. Shouldn’t you be warning up them lips?

    • imissronnie

      Willfully blind idiots ignore the INTENT. It’s one thing to work to keep the courts balanced, but when the stated goal is remaking them… that’s a fundamental change no other Presidents sought. Extrapolating this president’s intent based on all his other socialist rhetoric (drawing logical conclusions- something for which liberals are not known), yes, it is chilling.

    • ttomm46

      No it isn’t dumbo..

  • LinTaylor ✓vitrified

    The worst part is, when sane Republicans get the chance to undo all the crap Obama’s done to the country, there are going to be people who think they’re monsters for doing so precisely because they were too dazzled by President Boyfriend’s charming smile to actually pay attention to the horrible things coming out of that selfsame mouth.

    • ee1774

      Noooooooo…..the worst part would be:

      “….when sane Republicans get the chance to undo all the crap Obama’s done to the country………..and don’t…..”

    • ked5

      when he smiles – my reaction is to grab a silver cross and shove it in his face as I avert my eyes.

      • AMERICAN Kafir™✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈwhitey

        I’d grab an ice pick….

  • Chip

    This is the silliest controversy ever. He’s remade the courts by having judges approved by the Senate? SHOCKING! No other President has ever appointed like-minded justices to federal courts!

    • Weary Warrior

      Agreed. Every president looks for appointees who will advance his agenda, but ~ no other president has been so committed to “transforming America” and supporting the Muslim Brotherhood, an al Qaeda offspring that is also committed ~ to destroying the United States from within. Extreme left courts + extreme left Congress + extreme left president = plunge over the cliff.

  • MacAoidh

    Newt Gingrich’s suggestion that Congress disband and reconstitute large swaths of the federal court system is going to look like a pretty good idea before long.

    • therealguyfaux ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

      The Constitution allows it, and also, to a point, the determination of what subject matter the Federal Courts can hear:

      Art III Sec 1, pertinent part: “The judicial power of the United States, shall be vested in one Supreme Court, and in such inferior courts as the Congress may from time to time ordain and establish…”

      Art III Sec 2, pertinent part: “… [T]he Supreme Court shall have
      appellate jurisdiction, both as to law and fact, with such exceptions,
      and under such regulations, as the Congress shall make….” [and obviously, by extension, the lower courts as well.]

      • tedlv

        Who down voted the Constitution? Defend your vote.

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  • ttechsan

    If ppl don’t see the writing on the wall, BO will NOT LEAVE VOLUNTARILY IN 16! He is setting it all up as he already ignores Const & does as he wishes. Add military build up. NSA & opponent targeting etc & his military coup is set!

    • 67falcon


    • NRPax

      To be honest, I heard a lot of the same things when George Bush was in office. The funniest was a leftist that was claiming that the man would declare himself Emperor.

      • J.B.

        Fanned into flame by Alex Jones. He doesn’t have a side, he’s just a paranoid tweaker.

        • tedlv

          He was setting the stage for the current dictator in chief.

    • James Nelson

      Damn it. Why did you say that? I know you are right but I just didn’t want to face it!

    • Lou Cifer

      Nah, they’ll give us “a choice” between two more globalist swine in 2016 and Obama will be replaced with the next NWO puppet, they’ll give us the most liberal Republican candidate they can find to run against Hillary and it won’t matter which wins because they ultimately have their strings pulled by the same world bankers.

      • tedlv


      • Malcolm Reynolds

        Excellent diagnoses. I think my nagging doubts are that he’s been seriously purging the milt and the brown shirt army replete will billions in hollow points. Damn that’s nagging at me.

    • tedlv

      How about all the weaponing up of the DHS? Proves ttechsan’s point.

  • aunti obama

    Time for term limits for judges guess we will have to change the rules like Obama does….

    • Bill

      Your suggestion is one of the proposed amendments in Mark Levin’s Liberty Amendments.

    • Malcolm Reynolds

      I’d like to see the immunity from prosecution abolished too.

  • Churchillis1

    Was he talking about legal courts or basketball courts? I get lost with this buffoon sometimes…

    • tedlv

      The mistake in your statement is, Obama is not a buffoon. He is succeeding in bringing about “fundamental change” beyond belief. We will be a “socialist” dictatorship within a very few years. That is his stated goal, and he is following the teachings of Saul Alinsky like a chef follows a recipe. God help us.

  • M C

    I dont understand this story. Hasn’t every President ever tried to appoint judges they agree with when they have openings ? This as far as i know is common practice. Def think Twitchy pulls for stories sometimes… Here’s an easy one… Rand Paul’s political career is on the verge of death, new instances of plagiarism are being found every day, another new one today… Where is the story and his response to “duel” the people that caught him out. Seems made for Twitchy… No?

    • 67falcon


      • pj4me

        Agreed — sheesh! MC is worried about plagiarism with someone who isn’t even our president? when “the” president is a corrupt dictator and he’s not even concerned about that? Wow, priorities!!!

      • Berf

        Exactly just ask Joe Biden on that =). Rand Paul gets reprimanded for Plagarism and Joe Biden gets….to be Joe Biden.

    • Bill

      The presidents that I vote for appoint judges who adhere to the Constitution.

    • Scarlett O Richardson

      Rand Paul’s career is not on the verge of death! We love him here in Kentucky and you might as well get used to him, because he will be around for a long time! I love how you want to destroy a man over plagiarism when far worse is going on in the White House! Rand Paul, spends his free time doing surgery on legally blind people, pro bono!! Maybe you’re right though, maybe he isn’t a very good politician if the worse thing you have on him is plagiarism!

      • M C

        Despite what you may think this is very damaging. Look at how he melts down trying to defend himself…. “Leave me the Hell alone” … “Challenge them to a duel”… “Ill just quit and go back to being a doctor”… If he is willing to quit over this im sure he would do just fine as President.

        • Scarlett O Richardson

          I can assure you that you are more worked up over the plagiarism issue than he is. I suppose you don’t believe anything they have on Obama and his phony scandals, but this plagiarism is a big deal. Give me a break!

          • M C

            Well what of the 3 quotes i gave you above ? I promise you this will not go away, especially how he handled it. They took half of his speeches off his web archive and he has basically been told hes not welcome to leave his weekly piece in the WaPo anymore. Integrity issues are tough to overcome, especially a candidate with the baggage Rand Paul has. Lets not forget the “Southern Avenger” who was a Paul worker and embarrassed him. Also strange was his support on national TV of a restaurants right not to serve a person bc of the color of their skin. How can a guy with that baggage be taken seriously.

          • Todd Clemmer

            Now you progs are worried about plagiarism? Most of your idols are plagiarists. Your act is weak.

          • Scarlett O Richardson

            The same way the Muslim in Chief is taken seriously! Look at the baggage he brought with him and liberals adore him!

          • Sheila Hunt

            So why is Obama still president??? He doesn’t know what’s going on around him, he’s lies on national television, he’s involved in so many scandals and nothings done??? and you want to talk about Rand Paul? seriously?

      • tedlv

        Rand Paul’s alleged plagiarism vs. Obama’s outright and often repeated lies, “If you like your insurance plan, you can keep it.” Problem is, the dead and stupid will give O a pass.

    • tops116 ✓Quipper

      “I dont understand this story.”

      Not to mention contractions, typing, or basic comprehension skills.

      “Rand Paul’s political career is on the verge of death, new instances of plagiarism are being found every day, another new one today”

      Yeah, look what it did for Joe Biden’s career. 😉

    • maizie

      You are right in that every president tries to appoint judges who exhibit the same social/moral/political understanding as themselves – some presidents have required a good understanding of the Constitution as well. What is so troubling about Obama is his social/moral/political preferences. He is a lying, Muslim traitor who hates whites and Christians and patriotic military leaders and intends to punish the USA for its “Colonialism.” View Dinesh Souza’s “2016: Obama’s America” and honestly relate it to what we in the US are experiencing right now, and you will see why we should worry.

    • Todd Clemmer

      Every president hasn’t been an anti-western marxist genius.

    • Malcolm Reynolds

      Most corrupt, anti-American, dictatorial administration in US history (and that’s saying something after bubba’s little reign of terror) and you’ve got….plagiarism. I’d really like you to introduce me to the democrat that isn’t just slack jawed stupid.

  • 67falcon

    How in Portland OR. where I live….near 90 percent of these idiots, voted for him….either they are wanna be Muslims/dictators/or comminists/or insane….THREE FOR SURE….because all that is factually known now….HOW THE HELL CAN THEY LOOK IN A MIRROR, and say I did the right thing voting for this POS.

    • pj4me

      I’ve asked that same question myself. When you see ANY poll and they ALL show just about 1/2 — at any time — supporting BO, no matter what he does, I figure every other person out there is a useless idiot.

      • 67falcon

        We see it…..they should…..insanity JUST INSANITY.

  • Horatio Hornblower

    Barry’s not that powerful. He legacy will be incompetence. He is nothing special. No one unique or brilliant. He is a cartoon character…a projection….a marketing concoction. Nothing will compare to the pain and suffering due to the financial collapse that is coming. We deserve it.

    • J.B.

      The HELL we do! The ones who voted for him deserve it but unfortunately, we ALL will have to take what comes, and fix it afterward.

    • pj4me

      The only people who deserve everything coming out of the BO admin are those who voted for him.

      • tedlv

        They are exempt.

    • maizie

      I don’t deserve it. I don’t deserve the lying traitorous murderous tyrant who calls himself my President and lives an opulent lifestyle while so many are suffering. I have been a responsible citizen – fought for justice and tried my best to call elected officials to account for their actions. I have fought for good schools, and still am in the fight. However, the rain falls on the good and the evil, the just and the unjust alike, and I will suffer as we all will. This nation has fallen from being a Constitutional Republic to a democracy which has, as all democracies do, deteriorated into mob rule. This nation deserves God’s judgment. The Lord giveth and the Lord taketh away, Blessed be the name of the Lord.

    • tedlv

      I strongly disagree. He is totally competent, and has succeeded in a great plan to push the US toward socialism via his UACA bill. He knew that it would fail before he even started lying about it. He knows his lies will be overlooked in the long run. He has made a major step towards fundamentally transforming America to a third world communist nightmare, in which a few folks, like him and his cronies, get all the wealth, and his enemies get to talk to the abundantly armed DHS.

      • tedlv


  • pdigaudio

    It’s over. Blame low information voters and guilty white assclowns for this. Oh, and your Cocktail Party GOP as well.

    • Todd Clemmer

      And “libertarians”

  • Stuart (Austin, TX)

    This is not news. Everyone with a brain knows the judiciary has been in the tank for Leftism for decades (i.e., the whole “living constitution” b.s.) People really need to pay closer attention to who they vote into the White House.

  • pj4me

    That’s what commies do. He already has SCOTUS in his pocket – John Roberts comes to mind. So just more of his “fundamental transformation of the United States of America.” And the left loons still don’t get what he’s doing — heck, they don’t even know what the words mean!

    • Cinda L.

      They don’t care. Whatever he does is fine. Remember to vote for revenge.

  • Bill

    Adherence to the Constitution should be the litmus test for any judicial nominee. Regardless of political beliefs, we all know what the litmus test for this president is, and it’s not the Constitution.

  • Michael Bowler

    Why worry? He’s just doing what Democrat progressives have always done…but like a true dictator.

  • Weary Warrior

    So he’s redefined marriage, made pregnancy an anathema, homosexualized the military, messed with our not-too-great public education and degraded it with Common Core, destroyed the best health care system in the world (Israel’s excepted) … what was left to do? He’s got to keep busy for another 26 months. Once he has remade the courts, I fear to think of his next project. “Transforming America” is perhaps a bigger challenge than he thought. Then again ….

    • George Lewis

      Tradition is one life-long endeavor that is dear to me. He has been working
      very hard to completely wipe-out American Tradition as well as every thing else!

  • Superpower

    Sure president dictator, why not just do away with the courts, I mean who really needs it when we have a benevolent ruler such as yourself…and why not just get rid of the constitution too while you’re at it, president dictator.

  • TexasGirl

    I hate all this focus by liberals on Texas. As usual, they can’t leave it alone and stay in their messed up worlds – they have to come here and try to ruin it too. Obama and Wendy can both kiss my road-running Texas ass!

    • CableNewsGuy

      Ol’ man Campbell and crew have your back in the great state of Texas.

    • mickeyco

      I feel for you, but you do realize Perry keeps begging them to come on down. don’t you?

      • TexasGirl

        Yeah … I’m not that big on Perry myself.

  • gena123

    Time for American Revolution 2.0, kick the dick tater off the continent….

  • AnnaYeisley

    What does Obama know about restructuring the Courts? What has he done to defend the Constitution? What will he do in restructuring the Courts? Will he encourage the Courts to defend and honor the Bill of Rights, or toss it away as he’s done since taking office.

    Barry needs to understand the purpose of the Courts and the meaning of law. [HINT: The purpose of the Courts is to protect the rights and properties of the People. The meaning of law is protecting the inherent rights of free and independent people. This is quite in opposition to the corporate and banking legal system established since the monetary and taxation system was established. If Barry doesn’t understand this, as well as rejecting the Constitution (he believes it is fatally flawed); just whose rule and game book is he planning to use to restructure the Courts?

    We should make no mistake. A hater of the Bill of Rights will be an enemy to a free and independent People.

    If Barry doesn’t know these words of George Mason in the Virginia Constitution, he hardly knows enough to restructure the Courts or anything else.

    “That all men are by nature equally free and independent and have certain inherent rights, of which, when they enter into a state of society, they cannot, by any compact, deprive or divest their posterity; namely, the enjoyment of life and liberty, with the means of acquiring and possessing property, and pursuing and obtaining happiness and safety. That all power is vested in, and consequently derived from, the people; that magistrates are their trustees and servants and at all times amenable to them.” Article 1, Sections 1 and 2 of the Virginia Constitution.

    Today’s Court protects the system of government birthed by the Federal Reserve System and established by the corporate banking monetary and taxation system.

  • Nelda Bond

    Where in TEXAS was he? Omg, and I missed him—I’m going to hell for sure now—that’s what Davy Crockett would have said!

  • Karen Callahan

    There is one thing about Obama and that is, he does tell you exactly what he is doing and will do. Unfortunately most people (and the media) don’t listen. I knew who he was and what he was going to do BEFORE he was elected the first time. It was all right there, in videos of him giving speeches and in interviews he gave. He told us what he was going to do to America. Not enough people listened or cared. IF we do not elect a true American next presidential election who has conservative values and upholds the Constitution and Bill of Rights and supports the military and loves this country and what it stood for at our founding, then America is destined to become just another socialist/communist country that is sliding towards the trash heap. Obama would have succeeded in “fundamentally changing” this country from the greatest nation on earth to the biggest failure on earth.

    • KillCommies

      AND true Conservative Representatives and Congressmen/women. Get rid of the Liberals AND the Establishment Repubs. We need total control to clean up all of the B.S. that the Dems/Progs/Socs have heaped on our nation’s lap.

  • Jim Blackwell

    I find it very disturbing because once he controls the courts our system of government will never be the same again and he will be able to get away with anything. Like he is not already getting away with enough.

  • libertytribune

    And the Dictator is allowed to keep on trucking along while the other 535 members of congress allow him to do so.

  • 24fan

    I refuse to live in fear of a fellow human being whose wanting to be a god and dictate my life. I already have a God in heaven whose my Father too and I chose Him even if it costs me everything

  • Scott Nazzarine

    and anyone is actually surprised?!? im no fan of obama but its not exactly the scoop of the century (or even of the hour) that a president is appointing people he agrees with to the fed bench. esp when the senate is D also. more shocking is that in 6 years they havent appointed more. seriously,, whats your next news story: at a shareholder meeting ceo makes chilling admission that hes trying to make money!

  • John Trapp

    Well how else are you going to make the US a full totalitarian state if you don’t remake the courts? I mean duh! And you think the sh*t is hitting the fan now? Wait till Obama gets Presidential term limits overturned which I’m hearing rumors of again. Remember Jose Serrano? That’s riiiiiiight, a third term, it’s back.

  • Mark Power

    The US is a joke. When will the much needed revolution start?

    • sean m

      When he declares martial law. It’s going to happen soon. He’s cleaning out the military as fast as he can. That’s the “tell”.

    • Malcolm Reynolds

      As Van Jones said – bottom up, top down, inside out. Beware the coming revolution. It’s being incited by those that are VERY ready and our side is still trying to drag it’s ass out of bed and get it’s boots on.

  • $80856350

    Every president remakes the courts to reflect their own legal philosophy. It has always been thus. Hillary Clinton will undoubtedly do the same thing once she’s elected to office following President Obama.

    If the Senate Republicans continue to filibuster or threaten to filibuster judicial nominees, you can expect Senator Reid to invoke the “nuclear option” and have such confirmations rely only on a simple majority. By the time the Democrats have been in the presidency for 16 years with Obama and Clinton, the federal courts really will have been remade.

    • sean m

      You seem to think the present government in charge of our country will last that long. Here’s a reality check. Obama’s not relinquishing power you liberal suckup. Why do you think he’s getting rid of all the military commanders and equipping the federal agencies like it’s war time? He’s going for the whole shebang. But when he declares martial law, the revolution will stop it and the syncophants like Hillary will be thrown in jail.

      • $80856350

        There’s absolutely no reason to believe President Obama will serve any longer than our Constitution provides. That’s the same kind of kooky claim the leftwing nuts were making about Bush.

        Military commanders come and go. It’s a large set of organizations which is no different in its management problems than any other large organization. There’s not going to be martial law imposed anywhere other than inside your head, unless of course the wingnuts who keep crowing about “2nd Amendment Solutions” actually start some kind of rebellion in our country somewhere. Then it will be the President’s duty to put down the rebellion just as the Constitution stipulates. The only people going to jail will be the knaves and fools who think they can overthrow our government.

        • Malcolm Reynolds

          “The only people going to jail will be the knaves and fools who think they can overthrow our government.”

          You mean the democrats, right?

          • $80856350

            No, I mean those who would propose, support, or actually take up arms against the U.S. government. If you were really a Marine, you’d know such an action is wrong at its very core.

          • Malcolm Reynolds

            Meh. I’ll agree that’s the case when there’s a govt adhering to the document that derives it’s powers.
            And democratic led govt doesn’t

          • Malcolm Reynolds

            To secure these rights, governments are instituted among men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed; that, whenever any form of government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the right of the people to alter or abolish it, and to institute a new government, laying its foundations on such principles, and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their safety and happiness.
            I am really a Marine and I believe in the philosophy of our govt as laid out in the Declaration of Independence and the framework of our govt as laid out in the US Consitution.
            If you were really an American, you recognize that you are wrong at your very core.

          • $80856350

            If you really believed in the framework of our government as it was structured by our Constitution, you wouldn’t be waving the Declaration of Independence around to support your positions. They are far different documents with far different purposes. You sound much more like one of the anti-federalists who opposed the Constitution when it was written and ratified.

          • Malcolm Reynolds

            I’m sorry, but after this and the other reply, I’m convinced you’re just stupid.

          • $80856350

            I’m sorry, but your comments place you among the proudly and belligerently ignorant. Too bad you missed the Commandant’s Reading List. It might have helped you.

          • Malcolm Reynolds

            “If you really believed in the framework of our government as it was structured by our Constitution”
            OGL, you really are a trouser snake aren’t you. if I really huh?
            well if you really understood both of those documents, there wouldn’t be a chance in hell you’d be a democrat. So stick that in your pipe or ass (in deference to the homosexuals) and smoke it. And don’t say that cant be done, I’m really a Marine and have really been to Thailand.

          • $80856350

            I don’t doubt that you’ve been to Thailand one bit. Wasn’t Mrs. Reynolds in that “third-sex” show there at Phuket island? How is she(?) these days?

        • therealguyfaux ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

          See, you think it’s about us thinking we can overthrow the Government– when what it’s about is keeping the Government from thinking about overthrowing us– or should I say, underthrowing us, as in “bus.”

          Our survival strategy may ultimately depend on becoming a potential Marcus Schouler to the Government’s McTeague– see the ending of the movie Greed, by Erich von Stroheim, to understand the reference.

          • $80856350

            Real life isn’t the same as a movie you saw. It will play out far differently than you seem to hope.

          • therealguyfaux ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

            Just as I thought, you didn’t check the reference.

            For the edification of others, the ending is that two men “fight to the death” in Death Valley– with the man who loses his life having been able to handcuff himself to the victor, having conveniently failed to bring the key with him.

            The victor is exhausted, starving, and dying of thirst– and won’t be able to leave Death Valley with a hundred and sixty pounds of dead body to have to drag behind him.

            All the victor did was to buy himself a few more hours.

            Some victory.

        • sean m

          Keep drinking that fool aid boot licker. lol

    • therealguyfaux ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

      Would that be Senate MINORITY Leader Harry Reid, as he will be in 2015, if he’s not voted out by his caucus? And would that be EX-Senator Harry Reid as of 2017? He can’t do spit in that position, now can he, except filibuster, and have the “nuke” invoked against him, right?

      • $80856350

        The Republicans have an even longer shot at taking control of the Senate majority in 2014 than they did in 2012 or 2010, and we all know how well they played their cards in those elections. It’s doubtful there is anyone in Nevada who can beat Reid, so it’s not likely he’ll be a former Senator until he decides on his own to not seek reelection.

        That being said, you still haven’t made a case for whom the president is most likely to be in 2017, but the odds don’t favor Republicans these days. That could certainly change, but right now Hillary Clinton is the heavily favored potential candidate.

        • Aaron Moore

          “That could certainly change, but right now Hillary Clinton is the heavily favored potential candidate.”

          LOL. Yeah, let the Democrats run Hillary. Please.

          • $80856350

            That appears to be their plan. Are you really planning to run Cruz?

        • therealguyfaux ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

          What part of Obamnishambles pulling them down are you NOT getting here?

          Presumably six seats can be got. It would take better candidates than some of the foot-in-mouth brigade that have bedeviled the Repubs in recent elections, but six is by no means impossible.

          Funny thing about Heir(esse)s Apparent– many fall by the wayside as people get sick of hearing about them. And Hillary sure can run on her record as Sec’y of State, right? Face it, she’s eminently dislikable in any event, and people will find an excuse not to like her. Some “Obama”-like dark horse will come along (Oooooh! He said “dark”!).

          • $80856350

            The Republicans were claiming they were poised to take sufficient seats to gain a Senate majority in 2010 and 2012 as well, so that’s nothing new. Your problem is that to be viable candidates in either blue or purple states – or even in the states trending “pinkish” these days – the Republicans will need to gain the votes of women and ethnic minorities, particularly Hispanics. Since the Republicans continue to pursue policies that would prevent women from making their own choices about their reproductive rights and actually seem hellbent on offending Hispanics over immigration and voting at every opportunity, their declining base of older white males won’t win them many future elections. Demography is destiny.

          • therealguyfaux ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

            Funny thing about young white males, they grow up to be old white males.

            Funny thing about women, they don’t all vote their uteri. And more than a few don’t care any more about their reproductive capability when it becomes a matter of making a better world for those they HAVE reproduced already.

            Funny thing about Hispanics– they don’t all vote legally. Don’t tell me voter registration fraud doesn’t happen in states with high concentrations of Latino non-citizens (as distinguished from impersonation at the polls, which also does, but I’ll even give you that one).

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  • RedRyder

    Thank God for the Constitution or Lenin, Stalin and Mao would be jealous. Hold on Conservatives and hang in there.

    I’m not gonna let this TEMPORARY hack and his lackeys run me off. Fight hard now and elect Conservatives.

    • Shane McMahon

      Unfortunately the Constitution means very little to Obama.

  • tops116 ✓Quipper

    “We are remaking the courts.”

    And odds are, he’ll do it as well as he remade the healthcare system.

  • FrankHerbert ✔ ᴾᴬᵀᴿᴵᴼᵀ

    just a [email protected] LIAR, is all i see or hear now

  • charlie_peligro

    what difference does it make?

  • keyboard jockey

    Yeah good luck with that. Know who likes playing God more than the executive branch of government ? The judicial branch and I don’t see them giving up their power to the executive branch.

  • Thomas

    This country is on the verge of being doomed. Something must be done within the next 18 months or we have passed the critical point

  • Matt

    I don’t see it the same way. I think he’s talking about how some courts don’t have enough justices and they’re trying to get some appointed.

    Maybe I don’t have the same apocalyptic mindset many people have.

    • marcellucci

      Do you not understand the word “remake”…..?
      If he were refilling…..he’d say “refilling”…….
      I don’t “remake” my Big Gulp……
      Bloomberg tried…..he failed……


    Please, why does our GOP or any of our politicians do something about this tyrant? What part are they not getting?

    • Malcolm Reynolds

      Tell that to the Chinese, who are still under the yoke of Mao decades after his death

  • NickGranite

    They can make any unconstitutional ruling they want. Now let them enforce it.

  • Kreegah Bundolo

    Remaking (purging) the Military.

  • ghendric

    Not one thing will be done to stop him either…

  • Jeffrey Crane

    better do something about Obama now before he does it to you…

  • liarliarpantsonfire

    I have a theory about the courts. Not only are they putting in favorable judges for the socialist agendas, the people picking juries around the country are selecting appropriate people for their cause for jury duty. How else can you be a registered voter for 33 years, have had the same state driver’s license for 17 years and never once be called for jury duty in a place that is not highly populated, but very liberal.

    • Lonnie

      I’ve lived in my county for 20 years this month and have had the same driver’s license for the same amount of time. Never once called for jury duty.

      • liarliarpantsonfire

        Interesting isn’t it? I think they keep the number of registered republicans out of the pool as much as possible.

        • 10n20blackbirds

          That explains why so often people on juries look like total dimwits.

        • Lonnie

          They know that Republicans are the first ones tossed out by the defense. They ask independets questions like, “Have you ever listened to Rush Limbaugh?”to weed any conservative leaning ones out.

  • mseNnc

    its time to take our country back…. PERIOD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • pslinger

    The courts have been lurching leftwards for decades, but it’s safe to assume that the process has been accelerated under the Dictator-in-Chief.

  • cscape

    Remember (at the start of his 2nd term) when FDR tried to “REMAKE THE COURTS”?….. He tried to increase the number of justices by packing the court with pro-newdeal justices…. he was strongly rebuked

  • John Lukaszewski

    Courts aren’t there to be “remade”.

    They are there to uphold the constitution.

    • mseNnc

      barry does not believe in the constitution…. so im sure no one he nominates does either

      • Axelgreaser

        BINGO! But surely you knew that!?

    • Axelgreaser

      Fraudbama has already ‘remade’ the SCOTUS and the Dem’s literally own the judges.

  • Dee Dunbar

    this is TREASON people!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!NSA,DHS,IRS now the courts?time to wake up and DO something!

  • Patrick Hillis

    A while back I made the joke that Obama was going to attempt to have the courts taken over with his people so they could then have the 22nd amendment abolished, which would lead to Obama declaring himself president for life, somehow that is seeming less of a joke now

  • tedlv

    Fundamentally changing America would, of course, involve remaking the courts, so they will always rule in favor of Obama’s America hating agenda.

  • CurmudgyOne

    There are no words …

    • marcellucci

      Yes…there are….Impeach NOW !!!!!

    • Axelgreaser

      How about dirty, stinking lying son-of-a-b*tch?

      • tedlv

        You are being entirely too kind.

  • locosmom

    hey, I live within 100 miles of an international border and since the Dept of Homeland Security declared it a Constitution free zone, I’m gonna interpret it to mean if you don’t have to abide by it neither do I–I get to keep my guns, make my own rules, and you can keep your President I don’t have to recognize him–if they don’t want to recognize my rights, I don’t have to recognize them

  • bill c

    No bombshell here! All President’s try to make the courts in their own images.

    • 10n20blackbirds

      Unfortunately, most of us are not fond of our courts having the image of Lucifer.

  • helen

    What the hell is he up to now?? And how do you ‘remake’ the courts?

  • Axelgreaser

    AMERICA, WHICH IS APPARENTLY AS DUMB AS A BOX OF ROCKS…also, apparently, missed Queenie, Moo’chelle O’Liar’s statement to ABC news (Google it): “We’ve only begun to lay the foundation.” If the Obama’s don’t ‘get it done’, Czarina Hillary is hoping she will, or a liar like Lizzie Warren. If we allow it. And like I said, America is dumb. Dumb, overworked (to support the few) and lied to by its President. THAT (as with the shame and horror of Benghazi) is not expected. The concept there may be a lying ‘felon’ in the White House ‘throws’ real American’s. That is the sort of thing the phrase “Oh, well, that couldn’t happen in America’ was coined for. It’s happening. Dummies. That is why Josh Lederman’s Tweet above is so jarring: “…I missed this line from Obama last night at DSCC fundraiser: “We are remaking the courts.” Shouldn’t a reporter from the AP know this above ALL others? Or is the AP in league with the fraud as are most of the MSM? Because we really, really begin to wonder.

  • Jeffrey Crane


  • Mari Alvarez

    I’m waiting for Sharia courts to be implemented in heavily populated muslim communities. When that happens, you’ll know we’ve lost this country….

    • dareisay

      Those up North, have a street fair every year…..if you are not Muslim you are not allowed in. The ones in England tell Brits to leave the areas where Muslims live, saying the Brits are not welcome.

      In Norway & Sweden, the Muslims are gang raping as many of their women citizens as they can find, some young girls are being murdered.

      We have that problem with others emigrating here, seems the ruling classes all over the world are wanting to destroy all countries and societies!

      • 10n20blackbirds

        The Muslims are laughing. They think we’re a bunch of ignorant softies because we welcome them into our countries with open arms and buy into all that “religion of peace” deception.

  • Frustrated Teacher

    Earth to voters….elections have CONSEQUENCES and one of them is that the Prez gets to REMAKE many courts around the country. So now we will have hundreds of ‘legislate from the bench’ and ‘the constitution is a fluid document’ judges to screw us for the next however many years….thanks, America! ENJOY!

  • Jacquelyn Myers

    It means, sharia law!

  • Legirons

    Obama Bin Ghazi is running his plan. He and his handlers are probably quite pleased right now. What in normal times would have been a major f-up, you can keep your insurance,period, has been disregarded by the stupid left. They have publicly revealed that they don’t care if he lies to them and they will accept any stupid explanation his handlers come up with. He told us all he was going to transform this country and each minute of every day he is working his game. The liberals all with their lips attached to his ass will be drug down with the rest of us. Republicans have no balls to fight him, he is above the law and has proven it. We my friends have a dictator.

  • Carrie Geren Scoggins


    • tedlv

      Please push the Caps Lock button. Your comment is illegible.

    • Markward

      Cher, is that you?

  • Gregg Weber

    Give all due respect for the new nominee, Roland Freisler. Actually he died in 1945 but … just wait and see.

    • Harry Stolzy

      Do tell…

  • Guest

    Chilling! One step away from being the Soviet Union with a permanent dictator.

  • Ron Nealy

    He’s a Harvard educated attorney. That is why he knew the Supreme Court would rule ObamaCare a tax. That is why he knows how to circumvent law AND the Constitution. That is why he is a pathological liar.

    • 10n20blackbirds

      Though he was a pathological liar way before his Harvard days.

    • Thomas, Snarkmaster General

      Given his lack of knowledge, I wouldn’t say Obama was educated, per se.

  • Islandgirl Doveri


  • Sompopo Pepper

    Just saw a documentary on the birth of islands from volcanos. Some things on this earth are just so much bigger than politics and us.

  • jba

    Elections matter people…
    You can be this is part of the assault on the 2nd Amendment.. no doubt about that…

  • ked5

    he’s remaking many things. the military leadership to be beholden to him, healthcare to be non-existent- except for his sycophants with money . . . .

  • Blaine Smith

    No. What he meant to say is ” I am screwing up the courts, as bad and fast as I can. I want them to be as communist as I can get them.”

  • ked5

    hey – we’ve got us a koolaide drunkard on tonight. mommy’s calling – your pizza is ready.

  • Axelgreaser

    INTERESTING…there is a troll on this blog roll voting down conservative POV’s. The fraudulent Felon in the WH and his supporter’s are running scared and ‘working the blogs.’

  • whsshotput65

    That is what happens when you accept the trap of the abortion issue and allow class warfare.

  • icowrich

    “We’re actually, when it comes to the district court, matching the pace
    of previous Presidents. When it comes to the appellate court, we’re just
    a little bit behind”

    So, he’s at a pace that is the same as or slower than every other president? How is that a scandal?

  • Brent Guthrie

    Lenin and the Bolsheviks remade their courts.

  • ksoileau

    Hey, Dear Leader knows better than 230+ years of previous American jurists, thank goodness Dear Leader has come along to remake the courts the “right” way. All hail to Dear Leader! 😉

  • Ralph Trout

    it means he finishes what he’s started . the end of the free market capitalist system replaced with equality and social justice. equality equal loss of freedoms. social justice means don’t dare question liberals as they sink us into their liberal toilet.

  • David Pawson

    Gonna get rid of that pesky 5th amendment, the innocent until proven guilty crap, and of course the taxpayer-funded bailouts of defendants who can’t afford their own damned attorney.

  • Michael Fredin

    remaking it with what? Sharia Law?

  • Jeremy

    Obama is a hard core socialist so,this shouldn’t surprise anyone.

  • neoface

    He told everyone 2007-2008 before he was elected that he was going to fundamentally change America, and he believe that the constitution should be a living document. I was actually floored that no one was concerned about those two comments.

    • Wayne Dorniels

      Half of us were concerned.

  • Debbie VanNorstrand Swanson

    This, my fellow Americans, should scare the pants off of you! Remaking the courts? What else is Obama going to tear apart and remake into this Socialist resembling country? We should be very scared and we should take action to make sure that we do not let this happen to our nation.

  • Ruth Lange

    Can’t he be impeached for doing everything he can to defame our Constitution?? Is there any doubt he is a Socialist Groomed to destroy our way of life he has step by step destroyed the economy our financial system of checks n balances and weakened our Military & security and now our healthcare and finally the courts!! He must be stopped in 2014 !!!

    • 10n20blackbirds

      Most of the leftists don’t care if he is Socialist, so proving that he is one will never frighten them. They actually love the idea of having a socialist country. Many of them will even admit it.

  • Spike Morden

    I know who the court jester is.

  • Ruth Lange

    Listening to Billy Graham’s Hope for America God Bless him Us and the USA.
    I believe that Truth will out. God is our salvation. We will remain a free strong country despite this president!!

  • George Klavins

    Now deceased Senator Robert Byrd – Democrat was at one time a member of the Klan…….how quickly they forget……but that’s the “tolerant” left for you.

    • Wayne Dorniels

      It’s OK if a DemocRAT was a KKK member. Or a drug addict. Or a tax cheat. Or a murderer. Or runs a gay escort service. Or…

  • Bob Young

    His statement was also illiterate, “and we’re just going to keep on focused on it.” Maybe he should have said, “we’re going to keep on keeping on.”

  • Donald Koller

    Why is anyone surprised by this. The left surely isn’t.

  • $80856350

    Every president remakes the
    courts to reflect their own legal philosophy. It has always been thus.
    Hillary Clinton will undoubtedly do the same thing once she’s elected
    to office following President Obama.

    If the Senate Republicans continue to filibuster or threaten to
    filibuster judicial nominees, you can expect Senator Reid to invoke the
    “nuclear option” and have such confirmations rely only on a simple
    majority. By the time the Democrats have been in the presidency for 16
    years with Obama and Clinton, the federal courts really will have been

    • skyway1234

      I don’t believe that 5 million Republicans sat home last November and didn’t bother to vote. Every Republican I know was foaming at the mouth to get him out and the Democrats were running scared. Even THEY were shocked when Obama won. That’s because they didn’t realize the election was going to be hacked. As long as the elections are hacked and we have one party who believes the other party has no right to participate in the process, we will have the mess we’ve got right now.

      • $80856350

        If you’re going to make a claim like that, you really should take the time to back it up with evidence of some kind. Anecdotes you heard on the radio don’t count, and every real investigation of “rampant voter fraud” has demonstrated it to be minimal at best.

        • Wayne Dorniels

          Evidence? Poll workers in Cleveland voting 6 times? Many districts where not a single vote went to Romney – not even by mistake? Districts with more votes for Obamarx than there were than registered voters?

          That type of evidence?

          • $80856350

            Let’s see actual evidence, not some claim you heard on the radio. I have no idea whether some idiots in Cleveland voted 6 times or not, and neither do you. Even if it’s true, you might want to divide that number into the total number of votes in the election, which was something well North of 120,000,000.

          • Wayne Dorniels

            “I have no idea whether some idiots in Cleveland voted 6 times or not, and neither do you”. Wow are you dumb:


          • $80856350

            So you’ve got a report about one – 1 – individual in the Moonie paper and nothing more? Really?

          • Wayne Dorniels

            Seriously – can you NOT read?

            Now authorities think she may have cast ballots for four other people, too, Fox News reports. And she’s just one of 19 that Hamilton County Board of Elections officials suspect as voting illegally in the most recent election, Fox News reports.

          • $80856350

            So you’ve got the Moonie paper and a Fox News report to incite you? Here’s a report from Forbes, most definitely not a Democratic or liberal publication. It calls the claims of voter fraud “vastly overstated.”


          • Thomas, Snarkmaster General

            And then there’s ACORN…

          • Golovolomka

            Not Cleveland, but Cincinnati. Not “poll workers,” but a single “poll worker,” who according to news reports was sentenced to five years for voter fraud.

        • skyway1234

          This has absolutely NOTHING to do with anything anyone said on the radio. I am a business owner and work with computers. I have been a web developer since 1995. You mean to tell me that when Google tracks everything everyone says and does online, when the NSA is listening in on every conversation, when they are invading our privacy to read our emails – they couldn’t possibly hack the election process? Don’t be such a fool. Who would have thought that the IRS would go as far as they have in being so partisan? Who would have thought the media would have stood by and allowed news stories to go unreported? Its a crazy country and getting worse by the day. Computers have been hacked all over the world. In fact, one of the worst hack attacks took place in 2013. Why would you think it COULDN’T happen?

          • $80856350

            Because every county in every state has its own method of tabulating votes, only a fraction of which involve the use of computer terminals in the voting booth. The other weakness in your theory is that it requires full and complete secrecy by every individual who might be involved in such a process. That’s a lot of people, each of whom would have both a nice and profitable story to tell to some reporter or in a book, and all of whom would be able to take advantage of the False Claims Act to make themselves a lot of individual money.

            The media exists to sell advertising time on its TV and radio stations, as well as ads in newspapers, magazines, and on internet sites such a blogs. If Time-Warner thought one of its media companies wasn’t reporting something as serious as significant vote fraud in federal elections, it would be replacing its editors and managers for their failure to recognize a good news story that would make significant profits for the company.

            What you have now is your own private theory of why the political candidate you preferred for the Presidency or some other federal office was rejected by others. Since the winning candidate was, by your standards, clearly unfit for the office, you leap to the conclusion that everyone else shares your belief and, therefore, the election was stolen by fraud. That’s quite a stretch when you can’t provide any evidence to support such a claim outside of a handful of idiots in Ohio who managed to possibly get something on the order of 50 or so fraudulent votes between them into the system – and who were caught committing that criminal act.

            If you’re really a web developer or at all trained in the scientific method, you may be familiar with Occam’s Razor, which suggests that the simplest solution to a problem is generally the most correct. The simplest solution to Obama’s election and reelection isn’t that there was some vast and secret conspiracy to manipulate the national vote in every state, but that he was the more effective campaigner against McCain and Romney. Any claim beyond that requires a stretch of the imagination that defies logic.

          • skyway1234

            Regardless of your argument, I still say you are a fool. Well, lets move on now to the latest article – the one about Obama secretly lifting sanctions on Iran.

        • Adam

          there were multiple cases with democrats voting SEVERAL times, not just once, for obama. illegals voting by not having valid ID at the polls (bc some how to prove you can vote is racist?).

    • Thomas, Snarkmaster General

      Of course, a lot rides on Hillary Clinton being elected…

      • $80856350

        It could also be Biden, Cuomo, Patrick, Warner, Booker, or Klobuchar, but Hillary Clinton would clearly be the best choice.

        • Thomas, Snarkmaster General

          Not really. In fact, I don’t see ANY Democrat with half a chance in 2016, due in no small part to Obama and ObamaDERP.

          • $80856350

            Against Cruz or Rand? Don’t be ridiculous. They’ll take the old Confederacy and some of the Neo-Confederate states of the plains, but that’s not where most of the people live today. That means the Republicans will get, maybe, 100-150 electoral votes. Not enough to win.

  • Dennis Carr

    I missed the part were he said ObamaCareLess was a farce and will never work..

  • Dracovert

    I could not find the line where he told us how he (we) were going to pay for all this left-wing crap.

    • 10n20blackbirds

      You mean we can’t just print some more money?

      • Wayne Dorniels

        So far it’s worked. LOL

  • TexazEric

    Obama has stated that he believed the Warren court was not “radical enough” in that it did not “Reinterpret the Constitution” to basically remove the negative liberties that the Constitution limits the Federal Government with its enumerated powers. So I gather this statement means he is appointing radical activist judges that will “reinterpret” the constitution to mean whatever he wants it. Remember this is a president that has stated that the Constitution is “fundamentally flawed” and wants to “fundamentally transform” the USA. This is how liberals do it, through the courts because if they were honest about their true motives and plans they would never win elections.

  • EricStoner

    Let’s see, “able to reform our financial system” – PBS – The Untouchables:

    DOJ, FBI lied about mortgage investigations.

    They Turn to Corzine for Financial Advice:

    Justice Dept, No Charges for Corzine:

    Bailouts: 9/15/2013 Barney Frank, We Made Money on Bush Bank Bailout, Lost on GM:-)

    “We were able to expand funding for young people going to college.”

    More Young Living with Parents:

    Now, College Loan Delinquency at 18 Year High:

    10/21/2013 AP 15% of Students Out of School, Out of Work:

    CNN – Student Homelessness Hits High:

    PBS Unemployment:

    • 10n20blackbirds

      Yes, he paints pretty pictures with words, and his loyal fan base continues to drool and take it at face value. Their quality of life plummets, but they blame it on the Right.

  • ttomm46

    What a lying piece of crap he is..quality to him =Communism

  • [email protected]

    I’d like to know just when is he going to address the petition for Texas to succeed from the union?

    • jeanbean14


      (sorry, I know I’m picky, but I can’t help it)

  • Wes

    If the 50 % of Americans who have intelligence haven’t figured out by now you should….The democratic party has been taken over by Satan and his angels of destruction…Their agenda should awaken every Christian -baby killers,perverted living-took that which is holy and desecrated it…IE marrage-morality,truth,could go on and on..When a nation thumbs it’s nose at God it’s on a slippery slope.

  • NoMoreCRs

    bama is remaking our country just as he promised back in 2008. Finally people are waking up.

  • firespirit3

    Hes talking out his a** hes gettinnothing done he is as much a failure as progessivism is and his policies he done and a failure beyond delusional ..

  • Josephine Udasco

    When Justice Roberts gave Obama a pass on ACA, the courts were already changed. The decision of Roberts was more political than judicial. Why is he getting off this chaos so easily. He had a big role in this mess. He kissed ass.

  • Patriot2016

    Will they just impeach him already. How many more things does this administration need to do before they are held accountable?

  • mnemonicmike

    Remaking the courts? Heck, he’s remaking the laws by enforcing the parts he agrees with and not enforcing the parts he doesn’t agree with.

  • adolfocosta123

    This is exactly what they have done in several Latin America countries. The destruction of the judiciary to manipulate votes and democracy…Same system same results.

  • mercyonus

    All the appointments of an illegal administration should be fired.

  • jb80538

    0bama has to go NOW!

    • 10n20blackbirds

      I see comments like yours ALL the time. And here we all sit, just saying it and typing it and doing nothing.

      • Wayne Dorniels

        What do you want him to do?

        • 10n20blackbirds

          The same thing I want ALL of us to do.

          • Wayne Dorniels

            Which is?

  • ssj429

    What this means is that he is transforming them from moderate to extreme liberal/marxist. Unfortunately, everything in our nation is now decided by courts, and they are turning marxist.

  • gerryz

    “fundamental transformation” he said it, we heard him, but we weren’t listening. no one to blame but ourselves. let’s never let it happen again.

  • conservocop

    The devil never takes a day off !!

    • 10n20blackbirds

      Except to play golf.

  • Areon Jackson

    There really are no lengths Obama will not go to to fundamentally transform the United States into his own likeness.

  • GeoRip

    Damn good thing he is too what with the Supreme Court stacked with intensely partisan Repthuglicans putting all the power in the hands of corporations. If the Repthuglicans had their way we would be an entirely fascist nation, not under God, but under the 1%.

    • 10n20blackbirds

      LMAO. I guess Barry doesn’t care how stupid his trolls are.

      • Wayne Dorniels

        He likes them stupid. Then they vote for him.

      • holygoat

        The more stupid, the better.

  • Wayne Dorniels

    Good God Libtards, what MORE do you need to see? How is this azzhole NOT a Communist Dictator?

    • 10n20blackbirds

      They don’t really consider Communism a bad thing. Scary, but true.

      • ceili_dancer

        Well it is intellectualism for stupid people.

    • nommoc esnes

      The Libtards love this stuff. Progressives have ALWAYS have had a plan to change the Constitution through the courts. It’s their crusade, to promote their religion, a religion which says that the average person needs the “help”, control and guidance of the government to get through his day. Understand the history of large religious institutions, especially the Inquisition and the wars between Catholics and Protestants and you will understand the Progressives and Marxists. The rest of US are the heretics.

  • Tom Biddle

    There was a reason the Forefathers established three distinct branches of government. When the Executive Branch owns the other two, you have the very government they didn’t want. Talk about Blurred Lines.

  • doriangrey11

    Yes, he is remaking the Court System. Looking into the Face of Evil.

  • Mike Coster

    Soap box, ballot box.

  • Thought Criminal #1

    Remaking the courts. Yeah, Stalin did that too.

    • billy86

      And the military…

  • Drphloxx

    “We are remaking the courts.” To fit the POS’s agenda.

  • Ralph Rusty Newkirk

    I have found firsthand that there is NO JUSTICE in our courts anymore! Google Gun show Bandit and read the US Observer for the truth. I shall hold MY court in the street from now on!

  • w00nda_63

    may haps he wants to re-make God from the sounds of his arrogance…dare he try……it will not go well for him!

  • Texan357

    Stocking the courts with as many similarly minded, advocates of “legislation from the bench” as possible. I was (to put it mildly) given to emesis when the “Wise Latina” and Kevin James were appointed to SCOTUS. I’m convinced Scalia is holding out. I mean, dude is old, but I think he knows damn well that if he were to retire during the Obama presidency, it would be Game Over. For crying out loud, they upheld Obamacare. God help us all.

  • Raymond Tower

    This will mean the end of The Constitution and one hundred percent dictatorship. His goal was clearly stated when he was a state senator for Illinois. He wants to change The Constitution so that the government can tell the people what to do, not the people tell the government what we want them to do.
    I don’t want to see it, but if he keeps on the way he is, he just might end up sparking a armed revolution or armed civil war in this country.

  • $9787932

    And the comment about, “remaking the courts.” means what exactly? Here’s my take on it: When the case comes up before the judge of the fox in the hen house and eating 6 chickens, the verdict was against the hens for living is such a seductive environment and causing great bodily damage to the Fox by placing that chicken wire fencing all around the hen house. Case closed and in favor of the Fox.

  • I.m. Strandedinsonoma

    So when does his plan to “add” more justices to the Supreme Court take effect? Because that’s never been tried before.

    • John Thomas “Jack” Ward III

      THOSE WHO FAIL TO LEARN FROM HISTORY ARE DOOMED TO REPEAT IT! Franklin D. Roosevelt did it in the 1930’s to make sure his “New Deal” would be deemed Constitutional… Jawamax 8<{D}

  • PadenCaldwell

    Impeach Obama now!
    Save America

  • DeLouse_Our_House_November2016

    Who is Lisa?

  • lewy14

    If conservatives can’t raise a billion dollars from that line then they aren’t paying attention.

  • jolie

    Please stop him .. congress do your job , stop him

  • mathewsjw

    it’s not admission it’s BRAGGING

    • 💋 leoangel 💋

      yep…. that’s what a narcissist does….

  • Gary

    I would like to see video of that talk. They and the people in general record every single word any president speaks.

  • Maria Padilla

    Well to think a man who was never allowed to practice law is going to remake courts. Aint that golden

  • Joseph Michael Trompeter

    It’s not only the courts…look @ law enforcement! They bully, beat up people…etc. because they wear a badge. This is rapidly bcoming a fascist regime which REAL Americans and patriots need to hold accountable. WAKE UP America!!!

    • $80856350

      What does that have to do with the Obama administration?

  • Thomas, Snarkmaster General

    Given the two Supreme Court Justices Obama has already given us, it’s clear he has started remaking the courts in his image: unqualified dumbasses driven more by ideology than actual legal knowledge.

  • FoxnewsisaTrojanhorse

    Oblamer is a tool. Nothing more.

    The true enemy is his evil despicable bosses, the American voters.

    The story should always be about the evil masterminds who pull the strings (the voters), not the puppets that they control.

    • John Thomas “Jack” Ward III

      Right to a point, TrojanHorse.. I NEVER VOTED FOR KING FINK OBAMA! Jawamax 8<{D}

  • ulyssesmsu

    Maybe this will wake up some people and help them see why they shouldn’t vote for a man like this. That vote that thrilled your leg rippled all the way down to your local courts, and the effects will endure for decades.

  • right_wing2

    We need to work to make sure a conservative wins in 2016. Someone who will nominate judges to the various courts who understand & respect the Constitution. You know- people who are 180 degrees away from the people the current buffoon is nominating.

    • $80856350

      Try as you might, Hillary Clinton is still the most likely candidate to win the election in 2016. Get used to it.

      • right_wing2

        Yeah, great. The Hildabeast, who tried to get her own craptacular health care takeover implemented. It would have been as big a disaster as Obamacare. And who was in charge at State during the Benghazi fiasco. Real competence there.

        • $80856350

          The whole Benghazi thing just doesn’t have the legs you folks hoped for. Even the big “expose” by 60 minutes has now been revealed and recalled for being the fraud we always knew it was.

          • right_wing2

            Oh, of course. Americans died because of incompetence in the White House & at State, and it’s ‘fraud’. Yeah, the left wing media really went after the story. If it’d happened during the Bush administration, or any Republican, we’d have had 40 or 50 headline stories about neglect, incompetence and God knows what else every week over the last year plus.

            We all know the whole thing happened because of the youtube video which offended the Muslim world.

          • $80856350

            Americans died because they were doing dangerous covert work on behalf of our nation in a country torn by revolution. It’s always tragic, but it has happened throughout our history because brave people were willing to take those risks on our behalf. Your brazen attempts to politicize the incident for some political advantage do those who were killed and our nation a great disservice.

          • right_wing2

            Dangerous COVERT work? Attacks on an embassy are attacks on COVERT work?!

            And when the attacks started, we couldn’t be bothered to respond?

            Personally, I think any embassy or similar post in hostile countries need to be protected with quad mounted 50’s. Anyone breaches sovereign US territory, we blow ’em to hell.

          • $80856350

            If you’d been paying attention at all, you’d know that the non-credentialed and unofficial “consulate” in Benghazi where Stevens was killed was the headquarters of a major arms recovery mission, in which Stevens and his team were attempting to recover all of the MANPADS that had been stolen from Libyan military armories during that nation’s recent revolution. That’s also why the vast majority of the personnel in both the “consulate” and the annex were not State Department personnel, but CIA employees. That’s what made it a covert operation.

            Don’t you kooks ever bother to actually read about the stories you complain about?

          • right_wing2

            Was it US territory? Yes. Did Obama & Hillary do anything to help those inside? No.

            I don’t give a damn how ‘credentialed’ it was or wasn’t. I don’t give a damn if it was a government run brothel! It’s American territory and we didn’t do diddly squat to defend it. Ring our offices in hostile nations around the world with quad 50’s & Claymores. And massacre anyone who tries to break in.

            I don’t give a rat’s rear end what the consulate was used for. Hell, it could have been a government owned brothel used exclusively by American servicemen and we should have done something to defend those inside.

            And this clown Obama and his incompetent sidekick, Hillary, sat around & didn’t do diddly squat.

          • $80856350

            It was not an embassy, a consulate, or any form of lawful “US territory.” It was a house, not a diplomatic post. It’s not “American territory” if it’s not an embassy or accredited consulate, so your outrage is misplaced.

            You’ve just locked your jaw around it because you’ve got nothing better to complain about.

          • right_wing2

            ‘Lawful US territory’. Uh huh. Again, I don’t give a rats ass what it was. It was US territory, with an ambassador who was murdered by these vermin.

            Obama had to pull some BS claim out of his backside about that stupid movie hacking the population off, and the attack being ‘spontaneous’. But what kind of ‘spontaneous’ demonstration has people with heavy weapons? And why couldn’t the administration do anything? We had soldiers there who did their best to protect our personnel. They weren’t given the support, over a period of 7 hours, they needed. Obama fiddled around. If it’d been during the day, he’d have been out golfing.

            And I have plenty to complain about with this inept administration. Obama makes Carter look competent.

          • $80856350

            It wasn’t “US territory” at all. It was a rented house that had neither embassy or consular status, which makes a big difference to people who are paying attention to our legal authority in such places.

            Since Amb. Stevens was clearly involved in a covert weapons recovery effort, why are you either surprised or unhappy that the administration would initially provide some cover story about the motivation for the attacks on the compound? Your umbrage is far too convenient, particularly for someone so ignorant of the facts. It’s far more likely that you’re outraged because the demagogues you listen to on the radio and TV told you to be.

            BTW, you can find several recent reports that claim Stevens was not concerned about the large crowds forming because he had arranged to buy back a number of heavy weapons that day.

            What exactly do you think the administration should have done that day? Both the former Chairman of the JCS and the General in charge of US Central Command have testified there were no military assets immediately available that could have been used to engage the militia attackers that night. There were no tankers available to support a fighter sortee, which would have been unlikely to change the ground dynamic anyway. It’s not like they could have dropped a bunch of bombs on the city.

            You’d have plenty to complain about regardless of who the president was, just as long as the president wasn’t a member of your party. That’s why your complaints are nothing more than hollow partisanship, which the vast majority of people now see right through.

          • right_wing2

            What should the administration done? Gee- blow the bastards away. Forces might not have been available ‘immediately’, but they sure could have been there in time to do something.

            And yes, I have complaints about Republican presidents, too. I don’t like the No Child Left Behind Act, or the Prescription Drug Plan of Bush. Bush also didn’t go far enough in responding to 9/11. Both ‘W’, and Bush II spent far too much money.

            I’ll give Obama credit for a response to the Somali pirates, although I’d go a lot further there, too.

            As far as the ‘cover story’, the administration should have said ‘It’s a movie. It’s free speech. If you don’t like it, F*CK OFF!’.

  • RayOne

    A velvet COUP

    • nommoc esnes

      Scary thing is, Obama said that if we liked our health insurance, we could keep it, BUT he never even said if we liked our Constitution we could keep it. We’ve seen how he honors his promises, it’s obvious what he will do when he hasn’t even made a promise (or one could argue, he’s already said in many ways that he plans on changing the Constitution, to “fundamentally transform” America — what else could he have meant?)

  • Wesley Stinnett

    Sure the Communist want to makeover the courts so they can get all their communist garbage shoved down American Throats, This is how they said they would destroy America from the inside!

    • $80856350

      Who said that, Wesley?

  • disqus_MHw7a2dXsU

    We were able to reform our financial system so that the likelihood of taxpayer-funded bailouts is a lot less than it was.

    False. Let’s not forget that when the meltdown and bailouts happened that we ALL READY had nearly a century of financial and mortgage regulations in place in an effort to try to do this. The arrogance as asshats like O is in fact the very problem with government.

    We were able to expand funding for young people going to college.

    Great. Now even more people go deep into debt and waste a lot of their beginning adult years at institutions that are designed to separate money from young people’s lives.

    We were able to expand national service for young people who want to serve.

    Awesome. Great job on stealing from tax payers to give money to wastoids to devoid of skills to get a real job.

    We fought long and hard for consumer protections that weren’t there before.

    Government is in the business of protecting producers, not consumer. The bailouts are a perfect example, as are tariffs. Both of those policies are in place to raise prices and lower quality for consumers, while protecting producers.

    As Lisa mentioned, we are remaking the courts.

    Into what? All the “hope and change” turned out to be change for worse, while hoping for the best.

    O is completely and hopelessly out of his depth and doesn’t even know it. His arrogance and ego whisper in his ear, as well as all his sycophants, that he’s just the bestest president since, like, ever.

    • OLLPOH ~ OurLifeLiberty

      The Federal Government took student loans away from all the banks.

      • disqus_MHw7a2dXsU


  • JDarbender

    Good thing we have Repubes, like McCain, Graham, Hatch, etc to protect us, aye ?

  • wisdomneeded

    Who will be credited with actually stepping up and taking this destructive President on? Will it be Congress? Not looking like it. Will it be the Judiciary? Not likely. Will it be the States? A lot of roar, but very little bite. Will it be the military? Not a bad idea before he decimates them all together. Maybe it will be armed Militia’s, as set forth by our forefathers should we ever get to this point. What we know for sure is that the clock is ticking and time is running out.

  • Human

    He is fudamentally changing America! That was a campaign promise. By the end of 2017 we will be unrecognizable as a free republic. I am afraid what you will see in the future will not be what you grew up with. For certain there will be no constitution. He is a muslim fascist along the lines of the muslim brotherhood who supported Hitler. Your kids are in danger as well as veterans, christians, conservitives, patriots, or anyone who believes in the constitution, or anyone who opposes him. He has already said that he will punish his enemies, and he has purged the patriots from the military. Good luck living under this demigog.

  • Barry Bingham

    They let him into Texas? Why?

    • HanaFiveO

      Progs are trying to turn the state deep blue. The takeover goal is by 2014, 2016 at the latest.
      Thus the national love affair with progs like abortion Barbie, Wendy Davis.

      • $80856350

        It’s coming. Probably not in 2014, but likely by 2016 or 2018.

    • $80856350

      Because he’s the President of the United States.

  • prophotoman

    Obama needs to be destroyed literally… along with ALL his minions!

  • nommoc esnes

    The courts are the most important and easiest way for Obama to “fundamentally transform” the US over the long run. Federal judges are appointed for life. As we see with Liberal judges at all levels, they often see their job as not enforcing the law and Constitution as written, but as remaking the laws to transform them more to the Leftist way of thinking. The beauty of it, from their point of view, is that most people pay little attention to and have little understanding of what goes on in the courts.

    Every moderate and conservative who sat home instead of do something to stop Obama’s election and reelection has made sure that many things they disagree with, from social to economic policy, are soon to be permanently established as law by activist judges who can’t be removed from office. Then they can sit there and say, what happened?

    • Earl

      legislation from the bench

      • nommoc esnes

        Correct. Very difficult to fight against, especially since they change the way the Constitution itself is interpreted and our courts use precedents to decide cases. They are effectively amending the Constitution without using the process the Constitution specifies. Why use the process which involves those nasty voters and their representatives who ask questions and have opinions when you can just put in activist judges and get ‘er done?

        If the GOP really had principles they would block large numbers of these Obama judges, both protecting us and the Constitution and sending a message to Obama, the Democrats and the LIberal Progressive Statists that this will not stand.

        • OLLPOH ~ OurLifeLiberty

          Their financial arrogance, conceit, longevity became the frat-house, sorority-house and didn’t stop to think for a moment that they were highly responsible for the Turning America into a Totalitarian Fascist Communist State. And should they retire or lose their next race, they don’t and won’t look back and see they set their principles aside for personal ill gotten gains…they too have a reality waiting for them at the pearly gates.

      • OLLPOH ~ OurLifeLiberty

        And the Loyalist Saul Alinski Activist love it. Roberts rewrote ACA, and the question is he exempt like the rest of the Roll Royce Elite Ruling Class in DC with their aides and assistants?

  • ron erkkila

    “we’ve been able to nominate and confirm judges of extraordinary quality”; Translation; traitors.

  • Larry Rappaport

    Yeah right. This man, at this time, doesn’t know whether to scratch his watch or wind his arse.

  • T’oma

    Remaking the courts just like he is remaking the military with the purge of the top officers.

  • John Thomas “Jack” Ward III

    That scares me deeply, KING FINK OBAMA is remaking the courts..Probably to be “More fair” to HIS viewpoints than that of the American People… And forget about Fairness and Impartiality, if HE gets his way.. Jawamax 8<{D}

    • RayOne

      Nancy & Reid thought he would be useful and did not care, how he kneels in prayer.
      ObamaCARE should return to START, with total transparency.

  • Jimbo Velasquez

    Where’s Oswald when we REALLY need him?

    • $80856350

      When did the Marine Corps start turning out traitors?

  • michael s

    SO WHAT.Every other president did or attempted to make the courts in their way. Now Its wrong when the BLACK president does it? Grow up.

    • OLLPOH ~ OurLifeLiberty

      c l u e l e s s.

    • Scott

      It’s obvious the s after your name stands for STUPID!!!

    • KCTed

      Mindless minions always resorting to calling people racists, when race was never mentioned.

    • MarcusFenix

      When other presidents did the same thing and were R’s…the Dems cried to high heaven as if it were the end of all things.

      But it’s good to know we can count on your overt racism, Mikey. Keep being a racist douchenozzle. :)

  • Hi This Is My Username

    That’s been pretty obvious for a while, now.

  • dboring50

    You know Hitler’s campaigne slogan was “Hope and Change” too and he also had control of the courts to go after anyone who opposed his agenda! Better wake up people before it is too late.

  • L R

    “we are remaking the courts”

    Only over my cold dead patriotic body!

  • cherykie

    He’s trying to solve the riddle of “how many communists does it take to overtake the court system?” ….

  • OLLPOH ~ OurLifeLiberty

    He’s finishing off the Final Touches and Stages of Transforming what once was a Constitutionally Free Republic into a Tyrannical Extortionist Totalitarian Marxist/Communist country…
    Just remember this folks, the what and whom will be at the Executive Desk in 2017, gets to wield their tyrannical powers, and dictate what you have to buy with the change in your pocket, because the 0 has managed to borrow and confiscate from you.

  • OLLPOH ~ OurLifeLiberty

    Really a great Thug0cracy he’s got goin’.

  • massjim

    And the left calls the Tea Party “radical”. The real radical resides in the White House. Remember, he vowed to fundamentally transform America. That sounds very radical to me.

  • SurfinUSA

    The big question is how many kangaroos can Obama stuff into a courtroom?

  • Greg Daniels

    Why would this be a chilling statement? He was elected President twice. Why wouldn’t appoint Judges that will fairly rule on policies he implements. Not current Judges who rule simply to obstructed his policies. He is clear as to what his agenda was going to be prior to his first election.

    • OLLPOH ~ OurLifeLiberty

      Really? So you knew what fundamentally transforming America meant, and you didn’t bother to tell us?

      And what does Your Constitution mean to you?
      And what does this mean to you?
      “We the people are the rightful masters of both Congress and the courts, not to overthrow the Constitution but to overthrow the men who pervert the Constitution.”

      You live by the government, for the government of the government?

      • OLLPOH ~ OurLifeLiberty

        Still waiting for your answers, Greg.

        • OLLPOH ~ OurLifeLiberty

          Did you get a really nice pay-off for drive by trolling?

          Just remember Troll, if you are alive one.

          No matter what you think, you are not immune from reality, and neither is your 0’boss.
          No amount of, money, happy-happy thoughts or other action will guard you.
          At some point, reality will stare you square in your face, and when you face reality, when you get over that incredible nasty feeling in your gut that something isn’t right, you will realize that you have made one big honkin’ mistake playing the victim. May God forgive you.

      • menjo
  • linscottsdale

    “We the people are the rightful masters of both Congress and the courts, not to overthrow the Constitution but to overthrow the men who pervert the Constitution.”

    — Abraham Lincoln


    As if the courts weren’t bad enough already

  • Karma Dharma

    What he’s doing is illegal, and we the people need to stand up and put a stop to it, in the second amendment,says that the people need to form well regulated malitia’s and that it is nessecerry to keep a free state, how ever the constitution is the SUPREME LAW, NOTHING can overide it, not a president, not a supreme court ruleing, not congress, NOTHING,this is happening because we the people are not standing up and demanding that it be stoped.

  • Chuck Weaver

    another good reason to get him out of there before he can do anymore damage.

  • Serenity_NM

    Obama gets to selects two lifetime Supreme Court Justices during his final term. We will pay dearly for his choices.

    • KCTed

      Not if none of them retire.. (or gets into a fiery 1 car crash, like Hastings)

  • doriangrey11
  • right_on

    “…we’ve been able to nominate and confirm judges of extraordinary quality all across the country on federal benches…”

    The opposite is the truth, always. Extra-ordinarily below average, law-expanding Marxists, who have no firm grip on what the U.S. Constitution permits (or tho whom) are who they are nominating. The RINOS help confirm them, with comments to the press, like, “the President should be allowed to appoint whomever he wants.” Both archetypes, the Marxists and RIN-arxists, share the blame equally for the demise of American justice.

  • Billy

    WHY will nobody slap this idiot upside his head…verbally…put his plan out on the airwaves for all to hear. GOP, get your heads out of your collective butts and let Americans know what this POSPOTUS is doing in private!!!! GOP, you are losing more and more people with your disgraceful ignorance. You know what he is doing yet you say nothing..

    • ELC

      I don’t know what’s worse…the evil one continuing on his path to disrupt all our lives negatively or the GOP sucking their thumbs not doing anything. They are sitting there trying to figure out what they should do next. They miss opportunities because they are frozen.

  • OLLPOH ~ OurLifeLiberty

    Incase any one of you might have missed this:
    Obama on the Constitution:
    Source: Taken from his book and in his own words: “Audacity of Hope” page 54 of 217 PDF Form:
    Ultimately, though, I have to side with Justice Breyer’s view of the Constitution—that
    it is not a static but rather a living document, and must be read in the context of an ever-changing world.
    We ask you all, have you asked yourself the question what did Obama mean by Fundamentally Transforming America into?
    We are at a precipice. We can only suggest that you might want to read Mark Levin’s book “The Liberty Amendments” – Restoring The American Republic”

  • jcalex

    And the stood up,ad clapped!

  • ELC

    Is there nothing the evil one isn’t trying to gain control over?Scary that this Constitutional Lawyer is f**kin with everything we hold sacred. There has got to be a way to stop Odumbo in his tracks or else we’ll all be very sorry one day.

    • OLLPOH ~ OurLifeLiberty

      Call/write all democrats in the senate.
      Read Mark Levin’s book and then take it to your state legislators.

      • ELC

        I’ll do that. I’m been thinking of getting his book anyhow, Its a great suggestion.

        • OLLPOH ~ OurLifeLiberty

          If you can buy more than one, and then call your state legislator rep. and ask if he/she would appreciate reading his book if you sent it to him. We have to start the dialogue.

          • HanaFiveO

            I read the Liberty Amendments. Its doable, but it requires citizens to stand up and force the states to take the action.
            Not so sure we can count on citizens to do that when they wont even bother to vote in key elections.

          • OLLPOH ~ OurLifeLiberty

            It’s not force, Hana. It’s a conversation. It’s dialogue. Its transactional analysis with our state rep’s. That we’ve the ability to sit down and talk to these people before they take away one more liberty, one more bit of privacy, one more bit of private property, one more, one more…law that says things like…

            Affordable Car Act
            Affordable Child Care Act
            Affordable Electricity Act
            Affordable Dishwasher Act
            Affordable Washing Machine Act
            Affordable Light Bulb Act.
            Affordable Bicycle Act
            Affordable Stove Act
            Affordable Toilet Act
            Affordable Refrigerator Act
            Affordable House Act
            Affordable Jobs Act
            Affordable ……………..into infinity.

            It is our Constitution that is being perverted, shredded and we now are living in tyranny…
            ObamaCare is force. Forcing doctors to take care of you because the ObamaGovt says they have to because Obama says its your Right, but only if you buy a contract, or go own someone else’s Medicaid (taxes), is slavery, not freedom.

          • OLLPOH ~ OurLifeLiberty


            We’ve passed this on to estranged liberal relatives, whom detest anything political, yet they believe they are immune and they are staunch in their leanings as how dare you not send them a fantasy feel good story, only. Avoidance doesn’t make reality go away…it’s always coming at us at different rates of speed…
            “Agenda” Grinding Down America


            From: 4th graders learn t own their white privilege thanks to CommonCore Aligned Lesson


            Ask them if they’ve ever seen the film: The Rise + Fall of the 3rd Reich. Ask them if they know who Joseph Goebbels is.
            Dialogue, communication is all we have.

          • HanaFiveO

            Your barking up the wrong tree with me Ollpoh.

            As far as the Reich, know all about it, studied it. My SILs family are survivors and I have sat down with many survivors who were willing to talk about the political shenanigans that led to the Final Solution.

            It wasnt just Hitler you know, the groundwork was laid for Hitler to succeed decades before he was born.

            And yes, I do see the parallels.

          • OLLPOH ~ OurLifeLiberty

            Oh, good! And hopefully you know what I mean by Oh, good! The Parallels. History can and does repeat its self, only if one lives in a fantasy complacent state….the types that will never happen because I’m a nice person, and I only hang out with so-in-so…
            Evil exist, and being silent about it doesn’t make it go away.
            Like Pres. Reagan told Mikhail Gorbachev, “tear down that wall.” Well, the wall came down, but where did all the communist – soviets go?
            A lot of people don’t know that their is a Communist Party in the U.S.A. Anyone who needs proof can search on the internet.
            Maybe later we can have a discussion in ref. to Joseph Kennedy Sr. and Stalin.

          • HanaFiveO

            I see what you’re saying Ollpoh, but I don’t think that States would voluntarily do this without being forced to by their citizens demanding it. It requires coordination, it will be expensive and it will be a lot of work.

            Politicians are lazy and like the status quo, are loathe to relinquish power/control over their citizens and hate to spend money on things that wont buy them votes.
            I’m not saying it cant or shouldn’t be done, I’m just saying that like all things in government, it starts with the citizen. That’s the week link.

            If the movement gathers momentum, Ill gladly work to further it in my state. I think that things have gotten to the point with the Federal government, It may be the only thing that can be done peacefully.

          • OLLPOH ~ OurLifeLiberty

            That is the only peaceful solution, that is written in the U.S. Constitution.

          • OLLPOH ~ OurLifeLiberty

            FYI: OLLPOH stands for
            Our Life Liberty Pursuit Of Happiness

          • HanaFiveO

            LOL, I always wondered but was kind of afraid to ask. 😉

          • go2gym

            @OLLPOH. Good suggestion. I have been doing that here. Got books into several of their hands, and another was already engaged and reading it.

  • HanaFiveO

    If I remember correctly he spoke about this “remaking the courts” and the need to appoint progressive judges at all levels to achieve the desired outcomes, long before he was POTUS. Van Jones did as well. If you’ve been paying attention for the last years, you know hes been making good on this idea from day one. Thus all the screwey court opinions we’ve been seeing recently.

    • OLLPOH ~ OurLifeLiberty

      Oh for sure HanaFiveO.

  • Onestepj

    Evil does not stop

  • Eliza

    guess we are fucked.

  • Robert Anderson

    We are headed to Obama’s remaking of the country. It will soon be called Obamaland.

  • harleyrider1989

    Look up how FDR blackmailed the SUPREME COURT TO quit knocking down his NEW DEAL agenda in the 1930s……….Obamas done the same thing to get Obamacare thru and many other things like DOMA!

  • TheHutMaster

    This clown is destroying this great country and no one is stopping him. The time has come to put this pupet out to pasture.

  • Frankly pissed

    He’s a Tyrant, What do we Americans do to Tyrants? HANG THE BASTARD AND ALL HIS HENCHMEN! Quit talking about it and lets all do something about it!

  • Katie

    Obamacare needs to be repealed and Obama Impeached.

  • bobvelon

    With the courts in his back pocket they will make law as they see fit. We the people do not stand a chance. The courts have said before we do not have any standing.. How much standing are we going to have a few million deep standing on his lawn armed and ready to rock and roll?

  • yebbid

    Time to use the 2nd Ammendment. Revolutionary War II.