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Wednesday, August 1, 2007

Evil Bush-Chimp Tricked Us -- Again

Once again, it appears that the evil genius neo-nazi warmongering bush-chimp has tricked the democrats. Please note that this is the worst president of all time and that he is incompetent and retarded. I don't know how such a moron can trick Congress so many times, but he has done it again.

"There is no doubt that we were hoodwinked,” said Schumer, who sits on the Senate Judiciary Committee and heads the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee. This is the claim by the all-knowing Schumer while criticizing Justices Roberts and Alito. It seems that if you tell a high school that it is in fact allowed to have rules and guidelines, you hate the US Constitution. This must be true because a Democrat said so. He informs us that these two judges have allowed the USSC to destroy the Constitution and of course offers no explanation for this claim because he is a Democrat and no explanation is required. He said it, and that makes it fact.

The all knowing Schumer also informs us that Democrats were too easily impressed by the charm of Roberts and the erudition of Alito. That of course means that Judge Timothy Lewis, an African-American, "pro-choice" judge appointed by President Clinton also hoodwinked Congress with his charm when he testified to them about Alito's 'intellectual honesty' and stated "I cannot recall one instance when Judge Alito displayed anything remotely approaching an ideological bent." Of course, the only Democrat who was tricked by this lying judge was Feinstein as she was the only Democrat in the room when this testimony was given.

This is exactly what got them to vote in favor of using force in Iraq. Bush-chimp is just so darned charming. That retard charmed the majority of Congress to authorize the invasion of a country, just like Roberts charmed himself into being confirmed. I don't know exactly how charming someone so stupid has to be to convince the Congress to do this, but someone who is this charming and evil should be sleeping with supermodels.

My guess is that Bush would rather charm Congress than just tell them the truth about a few things. For instance, Bush could easily point out previous federal court precedent in regards to the NSA program that intercepts messages from foreign locations to domestic locations for the purpose of gathering foreign intelligence. Court precedent has stated that this power is given to the President by Article II of the US Constitution. He could also repeat the decision of the United States Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court of Review: "The Truong court [United States v. Truong Dinh Hung, 4th Cir. 1980], as did all the other courts to have decided the issue, held that the President did have inherent authority to conduct warrant-less searches to obtain foreign intelligence information. We take for granted that the President does have that authority and, assuming that is so, FISA could not encroach on the President's constitutional power." Bush could just tell Congress to go read the info given at powerlineblog. You can read all about it here and here.

It seems of course that Bush would rather rely on charm instead of facts. Were he to stand fast and simply give facts in regards to the War on Terror, the NSA program, the firing of US attorneys AFTER people like Senator Feinstein complained about performance, and other such matters, the Congress would never listen to him. That is why he is continuing to rely on charm. If he can use it to attack a country, he can use it for anything.


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