Thursday, August 27, 2009


At a town hall meeting on health care "reform" in Arizona, Juan "I Wanna Lose This Election!" McCain once again runs aground on the deadly shoals of those pesky conservative citizens. Still dragging out the pathetic cliches that worked so well for him last November...playing nice with the libs, "bipartisanship", Liberalism Lite...McCain also goes on to bravely defend President Zero for his staunch Constitutionalism. The crowd is not fooled, nor amused.

You can hardly blame good ol' Juan, though. According to the MSM, it is well known that Barack Hussien Obama is an absolutely brilliant Constitutional scholar (I hope he got better grades in those studies than he did in Economics 101; not that we'll ever know because all his school records are conveniently sealed for some reason) in addition to being the smartest man alive. For instance, without the resplendent Kenyanesian most of us peasants would not know that the U.S. Constitution was actually written some 2,000 years ago!

Obama the Wise has also reminded those dim-witted "Founding Father" Dead White Guys who wrote the Constitution that the document, lacking his own radiant input, is "fundamentally flawed".

Likewise, he has also chided the document, in bizarre Orwellian Newspeak, for being a "charter of negative liberties." Hunh? Negative liberties? That's right boys and girls. Obammy thinks the Constitution is bad because it only says what the government "can't do to you." Oh, how terrible! Much more important than those pesky negative liberties, he says, is what government "must do on your behalf." In that category, he includes the redistribution of wealth and the enforcement of "political and economic justice".

At the same time, the Great & Powerful O also chastised the Warren Court for being just too gosh darned conservative and not nearly liberal enough because they didn't "break free from the essential constraints that were placed by the founding fathers in the Constitution." That's why Barack appointed Sotomayor as a Supreme Court doubt she can break free of those constraints.

We won't even go there on the Constitutional issue of the whole natural-born citizen thing.

So we can clearly see that good old Juan was utterly correct in defending the Big 0, his Constitutional prowess, and his respect for the document to the washed masses at that town hall meeting. We can only hope that the citizens of Arizona are not quite out-voted by illegal, dead, and fraudulent voters yet and send our least favorite RINO packing, perhaps across the aisle, like Arlen "I am a Republican, and I am running for reelection in 2010 as a Republican on the Republican ticket" Specter.

It just goes to show how little difference there really is between Socialist Party A and Socialist Party B, other than the speed at which they're driving the bus off the cliff.

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