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Posted: Sunday, April 8, 2012 12:07 pm

“Now that Mr. Pat has explained the Taliban, perhaps he would tell us why candidate Santorum constantly tells us about former President Reagan? Personally, I think he was too young to remember the ‘wonderful changes’ he made while president. Number one, he immediately fired all the air traffic controllers. Why? Because they were unionized. In my estimation, unions are necessary evils. And what about the law he passed called Fair Reporting? One could say or write about someone you didn’t like without punishment. That law helped the Fox stations.”

“How can an unelected judiciary void a law put in place by an elected legislative body? SB 1070 cannot be legitimately overturned by the Supreme Court, according to Barack Obama.”

“Frustrated President Obama seems to have challenged the U.S. Supreme Court’s authority to declare a law unconstitutional when he commented that it could be considered judicial activism if the high court strikes down his health care (‘Obamacare’) law.”

“What in the constitution permits lawmakers to sign a pledge of allegiance to an individual and ideology that takes priority over the oath of office? Let’s move toward a dictatorship Congress — it is already halfway there. Signing Grover Norquist’s pledge should be a gala affair with brass band playing ‘Hail to the Chief’ and super PACs chanting ‘Hail Caesar.’ Just look at the unity already sweeping the country.”

“Why is it that when an illegal alien gets arrested and sentenced to deportation, there is wailing in the streets and the media about how terrible it is to break up the family. But if a legal American citizen gets sentenced to five years in prison for shoplifting or cashing a bad check nobody cares that this family is broken up. No one cares that these children will be without their father. Only when it is an illegal alien do people suddenly care about the ‘family.’”

“Are Obama, the Congress, the national media, the New Black Panthers, Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson talking about the Taco Bell killing in Phoenix? No, even more proof they are all racists.”

“The GOP has forgotten the old adage: ‘Hell has no fury like a woman scorned.’ They are not finished with their forward to the past movement; they will surely make an attempt to repeal the 19th Amendment — women’s right to vote — before the November election.”

“Let me see if I understand this. A law in Arizona that mimics federal law that was written by democratically elected officials and passed by democratically elected officials and signed into law by a democratically elected official is going to the Supreme Court, challenged by democratically elected officials. These same democratically elected officials that are challenging the Arizona law are telling the Supreme Court that a law that was written by democratically elected officials and passed by democratically elected officials and signed into law by a democratically elected official should not be challenged by states that are made up of democratically elected officials. Now I completely understand.”

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