reply to post by redhatty
To be quite specific, we are a Democratic Republic, To be even more specific we are a
Which means we elect our representatives to make decisions for us.
So it means you have little voice in the affairs of the Republic. You elect people to do that job for you. After that you have piss all to do with it.
Sure you can tell your REPRESENTATIVES what you want them to do, but you elected them to do a job which is to make decisions.
But apparently to YOU this means you can propose outlandish bull dunk and expect everyone to bend to your will. It doesn't work like that. While
it's not mob rule like a democracy, the majority sure has more voice than the minority.
The reason Orly Taitz keeps eating dirt in each and every case here, and the reason that she will continue to always eat dirt in these cases is not
that the courts don't want the truth to be known, its that they have no jurisdiction over this case, this is why NONE
of these cases will
go anywhere. The only people that can do anything about removing a duly elected sitting president is CONGRESS.
Of course birther IDIOTS won't ever get this fact. They bitch and whine about preserving the constitution, they whine and moan about the rights of
the people, but they not only want to subvert the constitution, but they want to destroy two of our most sacred and important RIGHTS. But they don't
care about those rights as long as they can try and throw a political figure they don't like out of office.
From the start I have been telling this board that Congress has jurisdiction over this and not federal court, but you don't believe me. Why? Why
don't you read the Constitution and understand that the Judicial system have no jurisdiction over the executive branch?
But that complicates your position now doesn't it? How are you going to get a Democrat controlled House and Senate to bring up Impeachment
proceedings against a duly elected President?
Have fun with that, read the constitution and tell me I am wrong.
[edit on 10/30/2009 by whatukno]