"It is the common fate of the indolent to see their rights become a prey to the active. The condition upon which God hath given liberty to man is eternal vigilance; which condition if he break, servitude is at once the consequence of his crime and the punishment of his guilt." -- JP Curran, 1790

Sunday, January 4, 2009

Sen. Reid says Dems can do "Whatever we want to do."

Read it for yourself!

We cannot even begin to understand the hubris of this man, and his party. Sen. Reid and the Democrats have wilfully circumvented the Constitution, and they are happy to proclaim that they have the power to do whatever they want to do in the face of public opinion. This basically means that we only cite the Constitution when it suits our objectives, and we ignore it if it doesn't. I urge Offering "Common" Sense readers to contact their own Senators and advise them to follow the law, not their own personal political objectives.

I certainly hope Sen. McConnell tells Sen. Reid to step down, or face legal action for breaking the highest laws of our land!

This is not about politics, people. This is about our rights as Americans. We were granted rights because we were created by God, and the Constitution is vital because it is acknowledges that simple fact and requires lmiitations on the government's power. Democrats, and to some extent Republicans, have sought to throw this document into the trash heap of history, in favor of their incessant desire for more power.

People need to stop letting politicians run away with their money, and stop letting the media dictate the debate. Screw the media.

It's time to face these people, look squarely into their eyes, and proclaim, "You have negated your authority by abusing it, time to put someone else in office."

Just remember those five words: Whatever we want to do.

That sums up our current Senate leadership's perspective in a nutshell. Sphere: Related Content


  1. The liberal attitude that they somehow know how to run our lives better than we do, and can do whatever they want regardless of what the voter wants, is the true definition of Hubris. But is it a surprise? After all, this is the same party that had Super Delegates, whose job was specifically to override and change the decision of the voters should the people get it wrong.

  2. Harry Reid is a dillweed. Your absolutely right though, the people that vote need to start holding politician accountable for their words and actions. People need to stop voting for who they like or who they think is cool and start voting for people that want to serve their constituents and honor the constitution.

    Thanks for posting this.

    I really like your blog and am thinking about starting a blogroll on my own blog... think you would be interested?

  3. The more blog rolls the better!



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