This is exactly why I adore this guy! It should give Hope that he's out there...ya know? Good catch!
I saw this but was also trying to type at the same time, so I'll watch it again. The whole thing scares me, and of course RZ scares me even more! Did ya see Barney Frank tonight? He says there are things they can do about this ruling, I sure hope so and will be paying close attention.
Thanks, ladies. This thing scares the shit out of me. It's hard to believe that our Supreme Court could be so corrupt. Anyway, the 2nd part of the video is even better than the 1st - altho that ain't too shabby.
Now, now, now. I do not mean to scare any one. LOL. But ya gotta admit my tin foil hat might be coming to a neighborhood near you. LOL. Try one on, you might like the way a tin foil hat fits. Seriously---I am effen livid. I hope people understand the consequences of this. Can you say [FASCISM]? I immediately put the same video up. Note what Keith says at the end. Is he calling for a revolution? Or is it just me. LOL. ----ALL EVILS START WITH COMPROMISES.---
I just have one question...Has anyone heard one word against this decision from those freedom fighters on Fox News? Have the boys and girls who claim to be the last line of defense in this war against the errosion of our individual freedoms stood up and even mentioned this decision?
RZ and TAO: I don't think most people have any concept of the consequences of this thing - especially not the Tea Bugger types. They don't have the brains and they've already been paid off big time for so long that they think it's a right.
The trouble is we have turned politics into a sport and have turned politics into one side winning over another....We no longer question what it is we have won.One conservative blogger in one paragraph of a post bragged that Fox News had twice as many viewers than MSNBC and CNN combined and then in the very next paragraph saw this decision as a win in the battle of Fox News against this thing called MSM.We are a nation that has been taught to memorize rather than to think critically. We want to talk constantly about freedom and individualism while we toe the party line....
Saw the KO special comment. He is as concerned as we are, I don't scare that easily, but the whole SCOTUS decision is extremely bothersome. It was a political decision made under the pretense of protecting everybody's 1st Amendment rights. Then why do I feel more vulnerable today than I did yesterday?
Great minds fall in the same ditch, Tnlib. I used Keith's special comment in my piece on this. The Roberts court has taken judicial activism to an unprecedented extreme. I'm not sure our nation can survive this.
TAO: "We are a nation that has been taught to memorize rather than to think critically."Vote by rote, is it? The same kind of mass thinking as was in the Third Reich. Scary as hell.Holte: I'm sick at my stomach with all this and so stunned I can't even think straight. I thought from the beginning that Roberts was "limited" and a little on the slimy side, but this is beyond my wildest expectations. In one stroke he has destroyed our democracy.TomCat: "The Roberts court has taken judicial activism to an unprecedented extreme."One of the attorneys on my previous post alluded to this very thing. What is worse, there doesn't seem to be anything, at least legislatively, than can be done to reverse it.My previous post is well worth the read. In fact, I recommend taking the time to link to the original.