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Discussion in 'Political Issues' started by snerd, Dec 7, 2012.
Anyone else think this was the biggest coup in American history? Who saw that one coming?!
The biggest or close to it.
The republic was murdered on that day...
Replaced with a post-constitutional oligarchy.
In my opinion those responsible are traitors and should be tried as such.
The founding fathers feared this could happen. They tried to write a solid set of rules to prevent such. But then again they figured the people would pay enough attention and care.
They also knew this would happen despite their efforts to provide a constitution preventing it.
Didn't one of our founding fathers say that government needs to be overthrown every 200 years? Seems to me like we're a little overdue.
"We have to pass it so you can find out what we're going to change about it." -Nancy Pelosi
Well, to be fair, this was inevitable. The American people have been accepting extra-Constitutional government unilaterally seizing power for a hundred years or so.
Well, that's pretty much what they've done here. Cloward and Piven and the balance of the leftist scum are planting their flag in our bungholes.
You know where this is heading,don't ya.'08.
Illegal is the new legal. Apparently, as long as 50.1% of the populace agrees with whatever propaganda is spoon fed to them, there is no "legal" or "illegal".
That's what happens in a democracy.
The Gubbermint has been end running around Congress for a long time. The EPA is a great example.
Perhaps, but it appears it has gotten worse in the last several years.
thats why we were formed as a republic instead.....but the republic is dead.
It was inevitable because people are in charge of it all. But IMO its been more than just a hundred years. The Republic ceased to exist with the conclusion of the Civil War.
Very true. Our founders were well aware of the dangers of democracy.
the Wicked Witch and her band of evil Monkeys.