Obama WH Smears Judiciary

Typical Progs cling bitterly to BigGov collectivism


(from 'Barack Obama, Constitutional Ignoramus' at powerlineblog.com)

FDR Redux: Obama Challenges SCOTUS

For conservatives, the handwriting is on the wall. If the justices cave under the intimidating rebuke of the president and uphold the Affordable Care Act in full or in part, the end of a viable conservative resistance may follow, as the prospect of some 159 controlling, regulation-producing agencies, commissions, and boards governing the most private aspects of our lives essentially would end meaningful representative government and would vitiate the balance of powers as established by our venerable Constitution.

Should Obama be successful in his attempts to intimidate the Supreme Court or attempt to defy a negative ruling on ObamaCare, conservatives face the possibility of being reduced to mere tinkerers on the fringes of a socialist Leviathan that would encompass every aspect of American life.
As I predicted a year ago:
The ultimate battle will be enjoined should the Supreme Court declare Obama Care unconstitutional. When and if the administration chooses to defy the ruling of our most august judicial body, FDR's attempt to pack the court will seem a picayune maneuver compared to what will be an all out assault on the Republic, an assault which could conceivably send it to the graveyard of history.
(full story at americanthinker.com)

O's Wizards of Destruction

The scary part - we don't know if we should smile, crack up, scream or run


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President Obama's
Cloward-Piven Strategy

Obama WH Misplaces Trust

Oligarchical collectivist has unfinished business


Progs Amp Attack On Constitution, SCOTUS

Disgraced, disbarred ex-President says forced-purchases are legal


The History of Organized Labor

Since Progs H8 tradition, even their own, this info is not widely available


Prog Panama, John Heinz, Barack Redux

On this day: April 4
The Communist Party of Panama is founded (1930)

The World Trade Center in New York is officially dedicated (1973)

President Barack Obama announces his bid for re-election (2011)

b: Hun Sen (1951), Daniel Cohn-Bendit (1945); d: William Henry Harrison (1841), Julius Martov (1923), Martin Luther King, Jr. (1968), Zulfikar Ali Bhutto (1979), John Heinz (1991)

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