If Liberals Hated Pisslamists Half As Much…

…as they hate the Constitution and everything it stands for, The Long War would have been over 8 years ago. (And most of the pisslamic world would be a heap of glowing ashes).

The New York Whines (yes, they just earned themselves a new name) is apoplectic about this whole “return to Constitutional principles” thing, sneering and condescending as best they can:

A theatrical production of unusual pomposity will open on Wednesday when Republicans assume control of the House for the 112th Congress.

And we pause to recall the utter silence from the New York Whines when their Lord God Ogabe had his coronation in a Styrofoam Greek temple or when House Stretcher (Ret.) Lugosi had a bacchanalia that would have made Bacchus himself blush when she was sworn in as Speaker.

A rule will be passed requiring that every bill cite its basis in the Constitution. A bill will be introduced to repeal the health care law. On Thursday, the Constitution will be read aloud in the House chamber. And in one particularly self-important flourish, the new speaker, John Boehner, arranged to have his office staff “sworn in” on Tuesday by the chief justice of the United States.

We’re not sure where the “particular self-important flourish” of having your staff sworn in by the highest Justice in the nation to remind them of their Constitutional duties and Oath comes in, but apparently swearing allegiance to anything other than Child Emperor Narcissus’ testicles and Karl Marx is pomposity of the worst sort to the communists of the New York Whines.

Those who had hoped to see a glimpse of the much-advertised Republican plan to revive the economy and put Americans back to work will have to wait at least until party leaders finish their Beltway insider ritual of self-glorification.

They must also have missed outgoing Speaker Lugosi’s six and a half hour speech about how she single-handedly caused the oceans to recede, made the deficit disappear, passed a healthcare law that will eliminate disease forever, cured cancer, guaranteed 176% employment, brought about eternal world peace and saved American taxpayers $497 quadrillion just by getting up in the morning.

At least if they understand the actual meaning of “self-glorification.”

The empty gestures are officially intended to set a new tone in Washington, to demonstrate — presumably to the Republicans’ Tea Party supporters — that things are about to be done very differently.

They’d damn well better be. Because if it does turn out to be mere empty gestures, then there are millions of us out here with plenty of tar, feathers, hemp rope and an abundance of lamp posts more than willing and able to teach them a little lesson.

But it is far from clear what message is being sent by, for instance, reading aloud the nation’s foundational document.

No, you wouldn’t understand. You’re liberal fascists, after all.

Is this group of Republicans really trying to suggest that they care more deeply about the Constitution than anyone else and will follow it more closely?

It would take very little effort indeed to follow the Constitution more closely than liberal fascists. Just reading it would qualify.

In any case, it is a presumptuous and self-righteous act, suggesting that they alone understand the true meaning of a text that the founders wisely left open to generations of reinterpretation.

No. They. Didn’t. You sad sacks of shit. Your utter lack of comprehension of even the most obvious of facts never cease to astound us, but it does serve to explain how you ended up in a profession that requires no cognitive skills whatsoever.

They actually went to great lengths and spent a long time discussing, fine-honing, re-wording, discussing some more in order to make sure that it wouldn’t be “reinterpreted” by future imbeciles and wannabe tyrants. They had every reason to be specific, having just fought a long, bloody, ruinous war against a bunch of tyrants ruling by the principle of “the law says whatever we say it says whenever we choose to say it.”

And when you craft a document based on the core principle of “this is what the government can do, this is what they can never do and the rest is left up to the People”, you have to be very bloody careful that it can’t be misinterpreted.

They did their best, but one of the things they truly could not predict was that there’d come a time when people, thanks to the efforts of publik skool sistems not qualified to teach gerbils how to fornicate, had an average IQ of 70.

Certainly the Republican leadership is not trying to suggest that African-Americans still be counted as three-fifths of a person.

Yay! They managed to play the Race Card™ again! We were beginning to wonder how long it would take them.

OK, you Cosmically Cluefucked Cuntheaps of Cockheadedness, we’ll explain it to you: You actually just hit your own “argument” right below the fucking waterline.

You see, the Founding Fathers DID make a provision for people to, one day, decide that a previously agreed upon matter of Constitutional Law was fucked up.

It’s called “The Amendment Process.” Look it up. And, lo and behold, that’s exactly how our nation, in saner times, finally managed to eliminate the inhumane practice of slavery and “some people not being quite as much people as other people.”

Which, by the way, is quite the exact opposite of what liberals then did in the 20th century when they re-instated the principle of some animals being better than other animals through abuse of the courts. See “hate crimes”, “affirmative action” and too many other examples to even bother mentioning.

There is a similar air of vacuous fundamentalism in requiring that every bill cite the Constitutional power given to Congress to enact it.

Heaven forbid that legislators should actually bother to research the Constitutionality of a law before deciding that we have to pass it to see what’s in it! Much better to just dismiss questions along that line with a sneering “are you serious?”

The new House leadership says this is necessary because the health care law and other measures that Republicans do not like have veered from the Constitution. But it is the judiciary that ultimately decides when a law is unconstitutional, not the transitory occupant of the speaker’s chair.

Would it not make sense, though, for the legislative body to actually familiarize themselves with the Constitution and find justification for their legislative ideas before putting it to a floor vote? If nothing else, it just might save us decades of appeals if the overpaid whores in DC bothered to do their homework before letting their flaccid dicks and ignorance hang out for all to see.

All of this, though, is simply eyewash — the equivalent of a flag-draped background to a speech —

You mean, like this:

Oops. Sorry. That’s completely diff’runt!

compared with the actual legislation the Republicans plan to pass. And though much of that has no possibility of being enacted, it does suggest the depth of the struggle to come. The bill tauntingly titled the “Repealing the Job-Killing Health Care Law Act” has nothing to do with increasing employment and will never reach the Senate floor, but shows that the leadership is willing to threaten the hard-fought access to health care for millions of the uninsured, just to make a political point.

Because, to the New York Whines, the claims by their Lord God Ogabe that OgabeCare will increase employment to 150% and save us half a trillion dollars a second is simply gospel!

No actual argument needed.

On budgetary issues, the House Republicans’ new rules bypass the chamber and even their own Budget Committee to give all power to set spending levels to the committee’s new chairman, Paul Ryan of Wisconsin. It is hard to imagine how long such an aggrandizement of power will last in a contentious body like the House. The plans by Mr. Ryan and his colleagues to simply cut all spending back to 2008 levels also have no chance of being enacted.

We’ll see about that AND the future of OgabeCare. Either way, anybody who truly gave two shits about democracy would surely like to have such issues put to a vote so we could see, right out in the open, whose side everybody is on.

Which excludes the entire staff of the Volkischer Beobachter New York Slimes, of course.

The one good thing about these meaningless rules and bills is that they finally seem to be prodding House Democrats into standing up for their own programs as they enter the minority.

Mheh. You got THAT one right at least. But not in the way that you’re hoping for.

Democrats have begun to remind Americans of what is at stake in repealing health care:

They begun reminding us of that two years ago but, in spite of two years of lying, massive support by the OgabeMediots and about 16,438 speeches by Ogabe his own eternally accursed self, it STILL had a solid opposition among the people, the ones who used to matter, hovering around 70%.

But keep fucking that chicken, please.

popular provisions like the elimination of lifetime coverage limits, insurance under parents’ policies up to age 26, and coverage for pre-existing conditions.

Not quite as “popular” among the vast majority of Americans who will actually have to pay for them.

The Republicans’ antics are a ghastly waste of time at a moment when the nation is expecting real leadership from Congress, and suggest that the new House leadership is still unable to make tough choices. Voters, no less than drama critics, prefer substance to overblown theatrics.

The People rests its case.



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    Sir George growls and barks:

    If they want to pretend that adherence to the Constitution is just theatrics, we should play along, conceding that we’re willing to go back to the Articles of Confederation or even back to a parliamentary system under Prime Minster Boehner, because only the Constitution gives Obama the power to even negotiate the terms of trash pick-up at Pennsylvania Avenue. Then you’d see the liberals hanging on every word, clause, emanation, and penumbra of the Constitution like it was their baby’s first words, and they’d fill their shows with interviews with liberal but sonorous Constitutional scholars and sit there nodding their heads up and down like a plastic chihuahua on the dashboard.

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    yochanon growls and barks:

    How is it that that rag and the dimwitted buffoons who write for it are still surviving? They have hardly any readership and even the stupid commercial for the Weekend’ thing, telling us that “…the writing in it is unsurpassed and that’s a fact” (paraphrased), only shows the useless types of people who actually *would* read that tripe and *believe* anything that was printed in it…without question!

    Why do liberals not have the synapses to rub together, even within the extremely small confines of their skulls? How do they figure out how to survive their own abortion, and then even learn to walk and breathe at the same time? Why is it illegal to put them out of my misery!?

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    LC Gunsniper growls and barks:

    The rule of law is nothing to those who believe they are above the law.

    Traitors, the lot of them. :em72:

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    BigDogg growls and barks:

    These people make it very, very difficult to not hate them with every fiber of my being.

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    Shaitana growls and barks:

    Recently I had a liberal aquaintance comment to me that he just didn’t get the conservative viewpoint. And this man is very smart. I just don’t understand. I think he spent too much time in academic environment of our town.

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    LC Draco growls and barks:

    YEA!!! They finally found a person in DC that can actually READ!! Without having to go through thousands of references to other laws, codes, status’, etc.

    Good God!!! They are now debating in the House about debating over the language it should be read!! And people wonder why the citizens are pissed off!

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    Cortillaen growls and barks:

    There is a similar air of vacuous fundamentalism in requiring that every bill cite the Constitutional power given to Congress to enact it.

    This just leaves me dumbfounded. These people all swear an oath to support the Constitution, yet it is “vacuous” to require them not to brazenly ignore the subject of their oath? This isn’t even a serious restriction on our lords and masters in Congress; it only requires they have a fig leaf for their indecency.

    Here’s the gulf, and one that makes the Grand Canyon look like a mere crack in the sidewalk, between liberal and conservative thought: Conservatives look at the Constitution as what it was intended to be, a document that, enumerating the powers of the federal government, is eternally involved in that government’s operations. Every action the federal government takes, for all time, must be explicitly permitted by the Constitution. We also don’t accept “That’s the judges job! Legislators don’t have to worry about the constitutionality of their laws!“. The hell they don’t! This isn’t supposed to be some game where Congress gets to push as hard as they can just to see how much the courts let them get away with, and the prevalence of that mentality is the reason this country is so screwed up today. After all, if the only limit on your power is a bunch of lawyers, what’s to stop you from replacing those lawyers, little by little, year after year, with ones that are loyal to you, whether out of ideology or bribery? Absolutely nothing. So no, the oath our congressmen take is not negotiable, is not transitory, is not simple rhetoric. It is their binding oath of office, and we damn well expect them to abide by it. This little requirement that they take the time to scribble down the supposed source of the power they are claiming is a start, but there need to be vastly stronger strictures and punishment for those who pass unconstitutional laws, whether intentionally or of ignorance (if “ignorance is no defense” against common laws, it should be infinitely less so for the simple, plainly-worded supreme law of the land known as the Constitution, not just no defense but itself a grave offense).

    The leftists, on the other hand, want nothing to do with an active, binding Constitution. They look at it (on the rare occasions they aren’t looking for loopholes or exploits) as a founding document, nothing more. Some old white guys wrote this thing that established our government, but it doesn’t have any power any more. That may be how the government was created, but we’ve grown beyond that and the Constitution doesn’t apply now. The Constitution, to them, is not a cage restricting government’s growth. If anything, it is simply the point from which government started growing. It was simply a starting point and has no binding power today. All that “Constitution that” and “Constitution this” jabbering is just the theatre of tradition, a rhetorical show about roots long-since left behind. This is how they really see our government’s not just founding but defining document. To them, it is, in the very literal sense, history; nothing more. When one speaks of a “living and breathing document”, they are thinking, in the core of their being, “dead and irrelevant document”.

    This is possibly the greatest chasm between liberal and conservative thought, more so than big government vs small, heavy taxation vs minimal, centralization of power vs dispersion. How do you reconcile two groups when one views the Constitution as a vital part of every action the government takes while the other views is as nothing more than the remnant of long-dead history; when one sees a government bound by easily understood strictures cast if not in stone then in the blood of hundreds of thousands who fought for this system and the other sees a government limited only by their ability to snatch up more power? Only one of those mindsets can hold power; they are mutually exclusive in nature. This is why conservatives need to see that this conflict must be undertaken as a war of ideas. No simple “discussion” or “argument” can live up to the nature of this conflict, not when each side’s victory is only found in the destruction of the other side’s political power, and especially not when one side wants only to live up to the founding principles of their nation, principles that drove it to spectacular achievements, while the other side wants to “fundamentally transform” the nation into something its founders despised so vehemently as to give of themselves their fortunes, their way of life, and their very blood in the fight against it. It is a war of ideas.

    Though we did not begin this war, we have sat idle far too long, praying the same tactics of appeasement that only fed Hitler’s hunger for conquest will defy history and sate the hunger for power in our opponents. No, when war is brought to your doorstep, you must leave comfort and fight, and you must fight without mercy until the enemy is no more. Our opponents have spent decades doing just that, even as we watched and hoped and offered up our freedoms, our heritage, and our country itself, piece by piece for a peace that they never intended to give. Enough of that. Take their tactics to them and offer no quarter. It will take the same decades they have been fighting already, but, even this late, there is still time to fight and win.

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    LC HJ Caveman82952 growls and barks:

    Reality will hit them between the eyes soon enough, Shaitana….. I despise these people, view them as lesser beings. I may even sile a bit when everything turns to shit and the government can’t or won’t help them anymore. I own my guns, have made ready and will simply wait quietly.
    Here in the Central Valley of Kalifronia, land of thirty per cent unemployment and sixy per cent devaluation of homes, jobs are near impossible for legal residents to find, even many illegals are leaving. My daughter has been looking for two years. I told her if you can’t find a job, create one…….humble beginnings, but remember the framed dollar down at the Elephant, our local coffee house, that was Trish’s first buck.
    My daughter is an accomplished seamstress, a vanishing art, she is now taking quilting classes here in town, and all country folks know of the value of such talents. She has two years of college. I have talked with her at great length…and yesterday she sold her first stuffed bunny on line…..they are cute. I encourage her to study business, on line of nothing else, learn of it, be honest in your dealings, give the customer what they pay for, and don’t let the vultures wear you down. I’ll deal with them…………..
    I’m quite proud of her actually……..but this is what Americans do………can’t find one, build one! Now to go buy her a copy of Atlas Shrugged.
    Teach your children well………

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    Len-KC growls and barks:

    On Thursday, the Constitution will be read aloud in the House chamber.

    I’m SHOCKED that the democrap suckers of cock didn’t demand that it be read in spanish!

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    LC Don_M growls and barks:

    Cortillaen says:

    … When one speaks of a “living and breathing document”, they are thinking, in the core of their being, “dead and irrelevant document”.

    National Socialist Democrats have yet to explain how a 223-year-old piece of parchment is a living thing – but an unborn child isn’t.

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    Lc ORWN engine builder for Rottie Racing growls and barks:

    Response to Cortillaen @ 7:


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    LC Anniee451 growls and barks:

    Yeah, the Old Grey Whore sure has shit the bed again. Nothing new there, of course. Nice shredding as usual.

    That bit about mandating coverage for “kids” up to 26 is pretty wacked…I mean we already unnaturally extend “childhood” in this country, but how is anyone supposed to get their own lives started if they have to be legally tied to apron strings up to an age where one would normally expect to be…you know, on one’s own, maybe married with a couple kids, etc? “Oh, sorry, we can’t cover you; legally you should still be under your parents’ insurance” – yeah, that would have worked real well for us, trying to raise kids and hold down employment and so forth. Sounds more like a bullshit barrier than anything. Kind of like when Jack Tripper, who was clearly at least 25, couldn’t get his student loan because his *parents* made too much money, even though he was completely on his own. All it does is screw things up.

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    LC Anniee451 growls and barks:

    Haha – Akismet put me in the lint trap.

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    In any case, it is a presumptuous and self-righteous act, suggesting that they alone understand the true meaning of a text that the founders wisely left open to generations of reinterpretation.

    Like so many things that they way, the left gets this half-right. Congress’s duties were enumerated in general terms to allow them to deal with situations that the Framers themselves could not foresee. This is different than having succeeding generations “reinterpreting” anything. But “reinterpretation is a vital component for the particular spin on the “living breathing document” that they would propose, the third kind that Chief Justice Renhquist descibes in this excellent takedown of the myth that the left keeps trying to speak into life.

    Yes, it is fifteen pages, but it will also leave you better prepared to answer the next Lefty twatwaffle who attempts to utter the lie as if it were truth in your presence.

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    Okay, gentlepersons, remember Boehner was going to read The Constitution in the House? Well, they did. And try to guess what happened.

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    Libsareb Raindead growls and barks:

    “To anyone daring to ask us, Your Infinitely Enlightened Betters™, ‘If you’re the government where is your constitution?’ we have only this to say: ‘Constitution? We ain’t got no constitution. We don’t need no constitution! I don’t have to show you any stinkin’ constitution!'”

    There. Could’ve saved a couple million unhugged trees had the Slimes simply decided to publish this instead. Amounts to the exact same thing, except for all those unnecessary words.

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    LC LucysDaddy growls and barks:

    “Certainly the Republican leadership is not trying to suggest that African-Americans still be counted as three-fifths of a person.”

    The Slimes has delved into the stupidity that they have become known for. If those fuck-stains had actually studied history, they would understand the reasoning for the 3/5 doctrine, but, alas, they choose to remain as dumb as they are arrogant.

    The reason that the 3/5 doctrine was established was to not give the southern, slave-owning states more undue representation in the U.S. House of Representatives by allowing them to fully count a slave (who had no rights at all) as a full person, thus artificially inflating their populations and therefore giving those states more representatives.

    In essence, it actually allowed the northern, REPUBLICAN states to stem the tide of the awful practice and actually assisted in ending slavery. If Mississippi and Alabama had more power in the House than, say, Pennsylvania or New York, slavery would have been perpetuated and new laws would have been enacted that would have virtually ensured that any new states that entered the union would be slave states.

    But leave it to the wise sages in academia and media to continually perpetuate the farce that it was the Republicans and not the Democrats that were the real racists. Fuckers.




    You all know the rest.