Is our House out of order?

Franklin Delano Roosevelt, 1933. Lietuvių: Fra...

Franklin Delano Roosevelt, 1933. Lietuvių: Franklinas Delanas Ruzveltas (Photo credit: Wikipedia)


It was the Senate with one thousand days of in action; the dems held a majority but failed and then did blame the silent right and the President with the blessing of our little left coast Nannie who rejected the following set of rules:

1. The House, as the part of Government closest to the people, is responsible for introducing all revenue bills. (health-care has been ruled by the courts a tax, will be handled as revenue by the IRS so to whom is it first called to vote for and who was by passed, question is doesn’t that make it illegal?)

2. Under our Constitution it is not the duty of the house or Senate to accede to the wishes of the President just because the President occupies the oval office.

(Isn’t that what we have seen happen?)

3. The strength of our Government for the past two hundred years has come from the ability of those in office to live up to the principles of the constitution to check the excessive power of anyone branch of the government.

(wow, so what have we the people been privy to?)

 The preceding were a few words of Tip O’Neal one time speaker of the House.


Yes, the words of a man I admired when once I was a member of the Democratic Party. That party left me wanting that party deserted me and many others when it in effect signed with the Communist party so many years ago. There is a saying fool me once shame on you, fool me twice shame on me. I will add those to blind to see and to foolish even now to hear are destroying what they claim they hold so dear they now sell the freedom and the liberty so many of them fought so hard to protect for they feel that the government is something that they should serve without question as one would serve a King. 



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