When is enough enough, liberals?

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Flopping Aces has extensively documented the pain Barack Obama has chosen to inflict on this country because his highness is displeased that his servants in the GOP refuse to kneel.

It seems that Obama still has the pedal to the metal screaming down Agony Avenue in the Hurt Limo.

Priests in the military apparently have been banned from serving mass. I they do try to perform a mass, they will be subject to arrest.

Warnings have been issued about the potential abuse of personal information by Obamacare navigators.

Private information you post while signing up for Obamacare may be used against you in a court of law.

Obama has converted the Park Police into his own Gestapo:

Vaillancourt was one of thousands of people who found themselves in a national park as the federal government shutdown went into effect on Oct. 1. For many hours her tour group, which included senior citizen visitors from Japan, Australia, Canada and the United States, were locked in a Yellowstone National Park hotel under armed guard. The tourists were treated harshly by armed park employees, she said, so much so that some of the foreign tourists with limited English skills thought they were under arrest. When finally allowed to leave, the bus was not allowed to halt at all along the 2.5-hour trip out of the park, not even to stop at private bathrooms that were open along the route. “We’ve become a country of fear, guns and control,” said Vaillancourt, who grew up in Lawrence. “It was like they brought out the armed forces. Nobody was saying, ‘we’re sorry,’ it was all like — ” as she clenched her fist and banged it against her forearm.

Obama is spending far more money keeping people out of Parks than he ever would leaving them as they were.

Obama has put an end to therapy dogs visiting sick children:

Volunteers run the dog therapy program, but the veterinarians are on NIH staff and are paid as federal employees. In an Oct. 3 interview on National Public Radio’s Morning Edition, Abbey Whetzel talked about her son, Sam, who is dying of leukemia and enjoyed it when he was visited by the dogs. “They can only come once a week, but it’s the highlight of Sam’s week,” Whetzel said, adding that she was informed that the dogs would not be visiting because of the government shutdown. “He was disappointed,” Whetzel said. “He really looks forward to the dogs coming.

Cancer treatments have been defunded but NPR got a half a billion dollars:

LOS ANGELES – Funding for clinical cancer trials and other life-saving research under the National Institutes of Health was cut off in response to the government slimdown, but it looks like the cookie monster will still be knee-deep in chocolate chips (or is it carrots now?)

According to the Daily Treasury Statement and first reported by CNS News, the administration dished out $445 million to the Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB) on the first day of the slimdown, which means funds for the likes of PBS Newshour, NPR and “Sesame Street” are being spent before cancer research.

“It’s more than irresponsible, it is reprehensible. It’s an ‘in-your-face’ move by the administration, blatantly picking winners and losers in this shutdown,” C. Edmund Wright, a columnist for Breitbart.com and American Thinker, told FOX411. “Public broadcasting is a staple of liberal propaganda.”

And as Media Research Center’s Director of Media Analysis, Tim Graham, pointed out, PBS has hosted two “very friendly” interviews with President Obama in recent weeks.

The CPB argued that it was indispensable, as opposed to cancer treatment:

But the CPB defended their big payday, telling FOX411 in a statement that their funding was “indispensable”and provide jobs for thousands of people.

It was noted that PBS has held two obsequious interviews with Obama over the last two weeks.

These are all Obama choices. They are meant to exert the maximal amount of pain on Americans- the Americans Obama took an oath to protect. This is not just bad judgment- it is evil.

When does the left stop swallowing the Koolaid?

Obamacare was premised on a set of lies- that you could keep your plan, keep your doctor and it was going to cost you less in premiums.

None of that is true.

It was supposed to reduce health care spending.

That’s not true either.

Obamacare was passed via legislative chicanery and legerdemain. We had to pass to find out what’s in it.

Obama unilaterally rewrites existing law from the Oval Office as he pleases, in violation of the Constitution:

Explaining his decision to unilaterally rewrite the Affordable Care Act, he said: “I didn’t simply choose to” ignore the statutory requirement for beginning in 2014 the employer mandate to provide employees with healthcare. No, “this was in consultation with businesses.”

He continued: “In a normal political environment, it would have been easier for me to simply call up the speaker and say, you know what, this is a tweak that doesn’t go to the essence of the law . . . it looks like there may be some better ways to do this, let’s make a technical change to the law. That would be the normal thing that I would prefer to do. But we’re not in a normal atmosphere around here when it comes to Obamacare. We did have the executive authority to do so, and we did so.”

Serving as props in the scripted charade of White House news conferences, journalists did not ask the pertinent question: “Where does the Constitution confer upon presidents the ‘executive authority’ to ignore the separation of powers by revising laws?” The question could have elicited an Obama rarity: Brevity. Because there is no such authority.

This is a bad law, as most that are hyper-partisan and rammed down the throat of America under dubious circumstances.

Please don’t argue that it’s wrong to try to change or defund established law. Dred Scott and Jim Crow laws were laws of the land. They were also bad law. I support any effort to modify or repeal this law, even to the point of default, and if for no other reason than to forever stain the Presidency of this vile, narcissistic and obstreperous man. The GOP is doing exactly the right thing, and one day this will be self-evident. Obamacare is nothing short of a disaster that is unfolding before our eyes.

Isn’t the job of the President to ensure the safety and welfare of America, as opposed to causing it the greatest amount of pain possible? Isn’t that a violation of the Oath of Office? Does it not violate the responsibility of the position?

So the question for you liberals is, when is enough enough?

UDPATE

The walls may be closing in. Obama is down to 37% approval. I don’t really care that people blame the GOP for the shutdown. These are the same stupid people who believed the lies in the first place and they aren’t going to re-elect Republicans in their own districts.

And in a very odd twist, Obama has summoned conservative journalists to the White House.

Likely to torture them on an off-shore black prison, er, I mean ship.

DrJohn has been a health care professional for more than 30 years. In addition to clinical practice he has done extensive research and has published widely with over 70 original articles and abstracts in the peer-reviewed literature. DrJohn is well known in his field and has lectured on every continent except for Antarctica. He has been married to the same wonderful lady for over 30 years and has three kids- two sons, both of whom are attorneys and one daughter on her way into the field of education. DrJohn was brought up with the concept that one can do well if one is prepared to work hard but nothing in life is guaranteed. Except for liberals being foolish.

332 Responses to “When is enough enough, liberals?”

  1. 329

    Aqua

    @Tom:

    This got me thinking what a shame it is that, in a sense, veterans have been used as pawns in a PR war between the parties. We both probably disagree which side is more at fault for that, but it’s a shame all the same.

    Couldn’t agree more. I went through this a few times in the Air Force while Reagan was president. They lined us all up and told us that there was a good chance we weren’t going to be paid. Then we were reminded that our contracts did not include pay.
    But the biggest slap to the face while I was in came under George HW Bush. The congress (democrat at the time) wanted to pull health insurance coverage for dependents. That almost cost the country our military. The uproar was so bad, there was a general formation throughout the military. The made us line up in formation, which we just don’t do in the Air Force. Then they made us cite our oaths of enlistment. A year later, I left the Air Force after 10 years of service. Everyone said I was crazy; I had a great job, good career ahead of me. But I could not go through life and not be in control of my own destiny.
    And this is where there will be some disagreement, but the military should be the first thing considered in any budget. Article 1 Section 8, enumerated power. Before healthcare, social security, food stamps, and anything else, the congress should provide for the common defense, pay debts, and provide for the general welfare. And by general welfare, the founders intentions were for the federal government to provide defense, economic stability in relation to other countries, and promote innovation. Madison made this clear in his letters when he said,

    “If Congress can do whatever in their discretion can be done by money, and will promote the general welfare, the government is no longer a limited one….”

  2. 330

    Aqua

    @Redteam:

    A problem with free speech, perhaps?

    Klayman has the right to say whatever he wants. I, and I’m guessing Word as well, have the right to make fun of him. As I said in an earlier post, I didn’t even know he was relevant any longer. He’s a total hack.

  3. 331

    ilovebeeswarzone

    IDON’T THINK THE VETERANS had been used,
    they came to the POLITIC CENTER WILLINGLY TO PROTEST,AND RIGHTFULLY,
    they could not avoid politic, because it was the cause of the shutdown which prevent them to get in their their their MEMORIALS WHICH REPRESENT MORE TO THEM THAN TO THE POLITICIEN WHO
    COULDN’T CARE LESS, EXCEPT THE REPUBLICANS AND CONSERVATIVES AND TEAPARTY,
    THOSE STOOD UP WITH THE CAUSE FOR THEM, THEY WHERE NOT TRYING TO GAIN POINTS,
    BECAUSE TED CRUZ HAD ALREADY MADE HIS POINT WITH OBAMA,
    ALL BLENDED TOGETHER TO BE EXPECTED AGAINST OBAMA WHO TRY TO CONTROL THE PEOPLE
    BY PUNISHING THEM IF THEY REFUSE, HE SAID TODAY THAT BOENER could not control his PEOPLE,
    NO THE AMERICAN DON’T NEED TO BE CONTROL AS MUCH AS OBAMA WANT IT, AND AS MUCH AS HE TRY,
    HE WILL NEVER CONTROL, HE IS THERE TO SERVE NOT CONTROL,
    THE MILITARY VETERANS HAVE SEEN MORE COUNTRIES CONTROLED THAN OBAMA WILL NEVER SEE, AND IT WAS NOT IN AMERICA, WHERE THE FREEDOM DOESN’T ALLOW THE SOCIALIST CONTROL,
    OBAMA SAID HE CONTROL HIS DEMOCRATS, OH YES WITH ALL THEIR BADMOUTHING THE REPUBLICAN THE CONSERVATIVES THE TEA PARTY,
    NOBODY WILL ACCEPT THAT CONTROL, THIS IS A FREE COUNTRY,
    DON’T YOU EVER FORGET IT,

  4. 332

    Smorgasbord

    @Aqua: #329

    …but the military should be the first thing considered in any budget.

    I agree, and a long time ago I asked my three federal politicians to introduce a bill that would fund the government by the numbers. Each agency, department, etc., would be given a number rating, and the military (including the VA) would be the only #1, and get it’s funding first. I know this will never happen with the incumbents, but we can ask the new ones running to agree to it.

    This way of funding the government should reduce pork barrel spending, because the ones getting less than they think they should, or none at all, will look at the ones who did and see if funding was allocated that shouldn’t have been.

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