Sunday, February 02, 2014

I hadn't known that, during the SOTU, Rep. Stockman of Texas displayed one of the two proper responses

to Obama declaring he plans to keep violating his oath of office: he walked out.  If only a bunch more had displayed some balls and done so.

The other proper response would've been to either stand up and turn away, or call him the oathbreaker and lawbreaker he is.

Of course, if the Senate actually cared about law and standards, the censure of Schumer would already be under way:
Last week a senior United States Senator gave a speech stating that the IRS should be used to target and punish groups that disagree with the Democratic Party’s political agenda.  Sen. Chuck Schumer stated, “…there are many things that can be done administratively by the IRS and other government agencies — we must redouble those efforts immediately.”  Schumer was also one of a number of Democrat Senators who signed a 2012 letter to the IRS demanding they be more aggressive against conservative organizations.  Sure, it was a story in primarily conservative media for a couple of days but no coordinated action between Republican elected officials and the conservative grassroots against Chuck Schumer is being contemplated. 
Think about that: a sitting senator CALLED FOR THE VIOLATION OF LAW AND ETHICS BY FEDERAL AGENCIES and was cheered on(by idiots who apparently can't believe this would ever be used against them now that they've set the example).  But the Democrats are either cheering him on or afraid to say anything, and most of the Stupid Party either too unwilling or too cowardly to do anything.

That 'Lamppost, rope, politician' idea sounds better all the time, doesn't it?

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