Tuesday, September 15, 2009

Grayson (a Democrat) Announces A Hearing On HR1207



You'd think Ron Paul would be making such an announcement, but it serves a much better purpose to have an individual from the supposed opposition doing the talking.

11 comments:

Christopher said...

Just wanted to point out that Napolitano is a liar.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3knq1QLODXc

Josh said...

Liar or ignorant right?

I don't see any indication that he knew what he was saying to be false.

Though, he is referencing the constitution, which the author of this video is not. So there could be a constitutional argument here that the author does not bring up. Nor has any examples of states excluding illegals from welfare programs been brought to a supreme court, for whatever reason, to challenge their constitutionality, as the video points out.

I would have to imagine though that Napolitano would know that simply because a supreme court rejects to hear a case doesn't necessarily conclude anything; so he's probably doing a bit of spinning on that for his audience, in which case, he lied.

Josh said...

They can't all be Ron Pauls :)

Christopher said...

Stupid legal expert?

Josh said...

I never said that he was stupid.

Christopher said...

"I never said that he was stupid."

You said he was not lying. That means he is stupid. Expert = smart.

Josh said...

I think to judge either way based a 1 min of speech is probably difficult.

Christopher said...

"I think to judge either way based a 1 min of speech is probably difficult."

Nope. Either he is stupid, he is lying, or he is lazy, or his is reckless. All of these disqualify him as an "expert".

Josh said...

Well, he was a superior court judge, so, he's definitely an expert.

Unfortunately, we're all human and imperfect by nature.

Christopher said...

"Well, he was a superior court judge, so, he's definitely an expert.

Unfortunately, we're all human and imperfect by nature."

Hey, retards on the right appointing judges will obviously appoint retarded judges.

Josh said...

Yea, I guess he knows nothing about law.