Wednesday, May 13, 2009

Good read

This article from the WSJ does a good job summarizing the historical significance of the conceptual shredding of the Constitution the Obama administration is engaging in to pursue their own agenda, specifically with respect to Chrysler (although GM is not far behind, and there have already been several other examples of ignoring the Constitution so far, even early into the Obamanation period, with undoubtedly many more to come). To paraphrase the adage: even though you might agree with the ends, you should be outraged about it; for even if you don't believe in upholding the Constitution and the principles of America, something you do value could be the next thing the Obamanation tramples and shreds.

On a related note, didn't Obama have to swear to uphold and defend the Constitution from all enemies, foreign and domestic? I suppose it's kinda an empty promise when you're the one holding the metaphorical lighter to it. Still, it would make good evidence at an impeachment proceeding (if we ever got people in office who cared about the country over their own agendas), or as a comedic interstitial in a video documenting all the ways the Obamanation has undermined the principles of the country... just a thought.

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