Discussion in 'Politics' started by JBeukema, May 11, 2010.
Republicans Defend Slavery to Attack Kagan | Crooks and Liars
It's nice of Crooks and Liars to spin stuff for you, I guess. It saves you the effort of thinking for yourself.
Hmmm. Funny. She agreed that the constitution was "defective".
I remember Obama pouting in an interview, like a child, that the Constitution is flawed because it tells the government what they "can't do to the people" but "fails to tell what the government can do".
He's bummed out that the grand document doesn't allow for an outline of what the government can do to the people. Yep. Sounds about right for this guy.................and for his oompa loompa nominee.
The Constitution is not the Bible. It had many serious defects....That is why we have amendments
How can anyone question whether alowing slavery, denying rights to women, blacks and native americans are not defects?
You want more power for the Government? THEN amend it. YOU want health care by the fed. AMEND the Constitution and give the Fed that power.
The Constitution did not deny women rights, nor did it deny rights to anyone else. That was the people of the time ignoring the document. Much as YOU ignore it now.
Once again the Constitution GOVERNS what our Government can and can not do. You do not like it? CHANGE it. Go ahead get the required number of Americans to agree with you and AMEND it.
Crooks and Liars!
The world has evolved in the last 200+ years so has the US Government. The Government must have the capability to adapt to a changing environment......no need to amend...that is why we have courts
The most amusing part is that Michael Steele was upset that she praised T. Marshall for being glad that slavery eventually became unconstitutional.
Democrats loved their slaves so much they would rather kill their brother than give up their slaves. Thankfully, we were able to ween you off of them.
That's Progressive total bullshit
We have an Amendment process to change the Constitution. Progressives know their philosophy can only be passed by the smallest numbers possible that's why since 1913 you've avoided the Amendment process
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