Saturday, September 05, 2009

Democrats' despicable duplicity ~ By Henry Lamb

From WorldNetDaily
Henry LambBy Henry Lamb Posted: September 05, 2009 ~ 1:00 am Eastern © 2009 Democrats insisted on changing the law in Massachusetts to require an election to fill the office of Sen. John Kerry, should he be elected president in 2004. They argued that the people, not the governor, should choose the senator's replacement. Of course, the governor at the time was a Republican, Mitt Romney. Now that the governor is a Democrat, the people should not choose Ted Kennedy's successor; the governor should make the appointment. The duplicity here is despicable. Democrats went berserk over what they called President Bush's "power grab," but are silent in the face of President Obama's massive consolidation of power. The duplicity here is despicable. No president has ever abused the power of the presidency as has Barack Obama. In view of the many abuses in which several presidents of both parties have engaged, this is a damning indictment. While Obama claims to be a teacher of the Constitution, he obviously does not believe the powers of the federal government are limited to those enumerated in Article 1, Section 8 of the Constitution. Obama, the Democratic Party and far too many Republicans completely ignore these limitations. [CLICK HERE TO READ ENTIRE COLUMN]
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