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Unconstitutional: How many times should we grant a legislator or Executive to violate the Constitution before we can agree they are in fact in violation of the oath of office!

Posted by mrfixit on February 5, 2011

This is now 2 rulings against this blatantly UNCONSTITUTIONAL multi-thousand page piece of “legislation”- another word also comes to mind…

http://www.reuters.com/article/2011/01/31/us-usa-healthcare-ruling-idUSTRE70U6RY20110131?feedType=RSS&feedName=healthNews

And the Judge used Obama’s own words to help make his CASE:

http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2011/jan/31/judge-uses-obamas-words-against-him/

More proof that we are being constantly lied to, and it looks like the oath of office they took was also a lie…

When will a clear and awakened critical mass of citizens get engaged and active in DEMANDING our “representatives” honor the oath of office to PROTECT the Constitution!

If you broke the rules multiple times at your place of work, how many times do you get before you are out of a job?  Or, how about doing over the speed limit? It only takes ONE time to face a heavy fine and some time in court!

No more free passes!  WE need to remember and hold our elected leaders to account.  We can no longer afford to bask in blissful ignorance; we must pay attention and GET INVOLVED in applying pressure to hold these people to account.

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One Response to “Unconstitutional: How many times should we grant a legislator or Executive to violate the Constitution before we can agree they are in fact in violation of the oath of office!”

  1. Dave D. said

    I believe there are others like Chuck Schumer who believe in their three branches of government (senate, house and executive). The only way to rid our congress of these types is to vote them out. Congress isn’t going to kick these people out and it is their job to do that. They don’t want to upset the elitist bandwagon.

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