The President of the United States has nominated Elena Kagan to be the next Associate Justice of the Supreme Court. He has that right and responsibility--because he won the last election. You see, elections have consequences.
This president has had the opportunity to name two associate justices so far. He will likely have the opportunity to name at least one more before he is booted from office in January of 2013. Until that time, he gets to name whomever he wants to what ever job he wants to name people to. Look at what he has done with the Czars. Look at what he has done with the supreme court so far. Remember, his actions speak far louder than his words, and now there can be no doubt this man is a radical ideologue dedicated to transforming America into something that is so foreign, and I use that word advisedly, that about 70% of the population cannot recognize what is being left in his wake. He can do all this because he won the last election.
The cast of characters that surround him are easily categorized as radical left-wing ideologues that have no real world experience in anything except academia and community organizing. We are likely to see over the next two years some of the most outrageous actions one can imagine from a government. They can do all this because he won the last election.
This next November, we will get to go to the polls to start the process of taking back this country. We will not be able to do it all at once, but for the president, this upcoming election will have consequences. If the minority party takes the House, the president's extraconstitutional government will begin to unravel. All of his socialist and communist colleagues will resign and leave government rather than be sworn to testify before a Republican chaired committee in the House of Representatives. The president will have to figure out how to run his "inside the white house" community and youth organizing efforts, currently funded by public tax revenues, without public funds and without the Chicago political mafia rubbing out opposition. Maybe by the time the election results are certified and a new Congress is sworn in the capitol the main stream media will sense that perhaps the American people don't want the change being offered by the progressive masters of the universe and the power elites that do their bidding. Maybe the main stream media will figure out that the Constitutional Scholar In Charge really isn't the smartest president to ever hold the office. He will be angry and petulent, because elections have consequences.
In the 2012 election, the current president will move into the history books as a former president. The senate will likely change hands and gains in the house will be solidified. The progressives will retreat to plan a new onslaught, but a more reasonable group of Americans will be challenged to govern, not rule, and will be held accountable. If this new wave doesn't hack it, then the people will keep the pressure up until they get what they want.
The people should take heed of the fact that, like it or not, we as a nation get what we deserve. We were asleep and now we have to live for the next couple of years with a poser that is utterly incapable of being anything other than what he is--a radical left-wing ideologue. Much as Kryptonite weakened Superman, a Republican House will greatly weaken his presidency. This is all because elections have consequences.
Get off the couch. Get involved. Stay involved. Write a check (or ten). Vote.
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