April 03, 2012


Does Barack Hussein Obama, former senior lecturer on constitutional law (and NOT a professor as he likes to call himself **), NOT know how the US government works?

Does he not know about Separation of powers? Checks and Balances?

Has he forgotten that POTUS is but one part of the government?

I guess that Harvard Law degree ain't worth the big bucks it cost somebody.

Barack Hussein Obama, employing his strongest language to date on the Supreme Court review of the federal health care overhaul, cautioned the court Monday against overturning the law ...
Barack Hussein Obama on Monday challenged the "unelected" Supreme Court not to take the "extraordinary" and "unprecedented" step of overturning his landmark health reform law.
Barack Hussein Obama took an opening shot at conservative justices on the Supreme Court on Monday, warning that a rejection of his sweeping healthcare law would be an act of "judicial activism" ...
Barack Hussein Obama, for the second straight day, put public pressure on the Supreme Court to uphold the federal health care overhaul -- saying the court has traditionally shown "deference" to Congress.

Hey, Obummer, read this:

The framers wrote the Constitution to provide for a separation of powers, or three separate branches of government. Each has its own responsibilities and at the same time they work together to make the country run smoothly and to assure that the rights of citizens are not ignored or disallowed.
This is done through checks and balances. A branch may use its powers to check the powers of the other two in order to maintain a balance of power among the three branches of government.

And when Obummer calls the Supreme Court justices 'unelected', well, consider this: candidates for SCOTUS are nominated by the president, but are confirmed by majority vote of the Senate, so in a sense they are 'elected'.

**  "Sen. Obama, who has taught courses in constitutional law at the University of Chicago, has regularly referred to himself as "a constitutional law professor," most famously at a March 30, 2007, fundraiser when he said, "I was a constitutional law professor, which means unlike the current president I actually respect the Constitution." A spokesman for the Republican National Committee immediately took exception to Obama’s remarks, pointing out that Obama’s title at the University of Chicago was "senior lecturer" and not "professor."

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