Hey folks, Fred the Tuckpointer here from the outskirts of Free America. I figure it was just a matter of time before B. Hussein Obama turned his dagger a little more into the American Dream. His next target? The Supreme Court.
A little civics lesson for all the Liberals out there who read this blog (hint: Brad the College Socialist)…The Supreme Court’s job is to make sure all of the stupid laws that Congress passes fall in line with the Constitution. Unless the President decides that he needs to step in – then he gets the final say. Conservapedia’s got all the details if you need’em. The President has to pick a justice that will follow the Constitution to the letter – all of it – otherwise the whole thing is compromised and the U.S. will be no more.
Normally this isn’t a big deal, but we’ve got a Socialist President now. The Court is pretty conservative, with a couple of Liberal yahoos and that she-man Ginsberg. With Paul Stevens retiring, Obama gets to put another Commie in there to make sure his will be done. Sure, Stevens is retiring due to “old age” and “health concerns” but he was waiting for Bush to leave office. A Trap, if you will.
So the big question is, what Liberal will Obama put on the court? I’ve heard some rumors…none of them good:
Awful, huh? But I bet its not too far from the truth. Regardless of who Obama picks, at least the good news is that the appointment is only for life, so eventually the Obama justice will croak and we’ll be able to get a solid conservative back in there. First, we need to get Obama out of office so he can’t make any more picks. Sadie likes to remind me the election isn’t until 2012, so in the meanwhile, write letters to Justices Alito, Thomas, Roberts, Scaila, and Breyer to not retire or die. So get to it. Till next time, Fred the Tuckpointer signing off.
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