Moveon.org's "Plan for (Undermining) America"
Okay, enough of this holiday stuff. It was nice to take a break, but I really did miss venting my RIGHTeous frustrations.
So how about the reindeer games being played out by Democrats these days? All the self-serving politics at the expense of no less than our national security and the efforts of our brave men and women in uniform. I find that I can hardly watch the news or C-Span without gagging! Nancy Pelosi's face-lift might unhinge, or Harry Reid's little head could explode.
Take this idiotic leftist organization "Moveon.org" and their recent "Red Handed" commercials, which were pulled from the key states in which they were airing because they were nothing less than fabrications about four Republican Congressmen and their imagined illegal contracts with companies. What planet do these idiots live on? Congress does not award contracts - federal agencies do. You want to catch a politician "redhanded" in the commission of a crime? Follow a Kennedy around for a week....any of them.
Speaking of this silly outfit that seems to be taking over the Democrat party, check out the RNC's article Moveon.org's Plan for America if you'd like a good yuk or two.Moveon.org petition: "It is clear now that the president has been repeatedly and willingly breaking the law to wiretap American citizens without a warrant. Congress must hold him accountable, and a reasonable first step is censure to show formal Congressional condemnation for his lawbreaking."Well, it is true that one Carter-appointed federal judge with an axe to grind has called the Terrorist Surveillance Act unconstitutional, but that battle rages on. The fact remains, these are LONG DISTANCE CALLS involving SUSPECTED TERRORISTS. And let's not forget - not one single terrorist has successfully attacked our nation in nearly FIVE YEARS. Why is the silence on this so deafening?U.S. District Judge Anna Diggs Taylor - "It was never the intent of the framers to give the president such unfettered control, particularly where his actions blatantly disregard the parameters clearly enumerated in the Bill of Rights," she wrote. "The three separate branches of government were developed as a check and balance for one another."So, let me get this straight: If, during the War of 1812, President James Madison (one of the authors of the U.S. Constitution) had discovered that carrier pigeons were being used to send secret messages to and from British agents in Canada, he would NOT AUTHORIZE the interception of these without a warrant? GIMME A BREAK!
Whew! Glad to be back!