Originally posted by Gregarious
You know, I have to agree with some of the other posters. I tried to add you to my ignore list, but I already maxed it out.
Well thats rather telling isnt it? People dont like to hear certain things, including the "inconvenient truth" so naturally they "turn the other
way". Its rather telling but then again it isnt my problem. Im out there to post my views backed up with evidence. If people cant handle it, by all
means put me on the "ignore" button like all the other posters with their "inconvenient truths". One less willful ignorant person to deal with I
I just dont understand why you all have to "announce" to me your intentions to ignore me. Should I care? Does the fact your intentions of running
away from my posts some how equal victory of some sort? Something I find hard to understand.
You are wasting the time
I choose to spend my time to post here. What exactly are doing posting me this reply?
of people actually wanting to debate issues, logically.
Really? People actually wanted to debate, logically? Hows that? The point of my OP was clear, Obama was constitutionally and democratically voted in
as president. To overthrow the man based on your own personal ideological conflicts with his policies (which by the way he made no secret of during
his campaign) is against the constitution you all so proudly wave in many of your arguments.
I made my point and what have people like yourself here chosen to do instead? You have chose the childish excuses to why this administration should be
removed. Let me make an example here:
One made an excuse of why the conservative minority has been given "special" imaginary powers to dictate the path of this nation to their liking (in
an imaginary part of the constitution).
Another poster decided to tell me that the will of the majority during election time was "irrelevant" (unless its number crunching for the tea party
protests). And yes while this member was correct in that of the constitutional references and the electors choices, they decided to leave out the fine
print to "when the majority mattered to them on what ideological stances".
Yet another poster decided to turn this argument into another healthcare reform bashing thread and how "bad Obama was", failing to explain to me how
or why the current president and administration should be impeach constitutionally (with references ofcourse).
Then theres you, who decided to, like others here, go off topic as well and target me personally. Nothing to do with the constitution, no real
reasoning as to why this current president should be impeached. So really, all you fellas are doing here is further confirming my posts. You have no
real reason to call for the mans "removal from office" other than your own imaginary laws, personal grudges or ideological bias that some how became
"law" upon Obamas election win. Keep it up, this only confirms what I know already.