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HUH? I am trying so hard to learn US politics but Obama here

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    kimberlyslyricsposted 6 years ago

    Is actually trashed during readings of the constitution in Commons !!!!!!!!!!!

    So here's my dumb polish Canadian question/s

    They report these should now be read daily/constitutions same place

    Is this place public and what would a heckler on her own gain yelling out in any forum, nothing of any significance, despite which side?  Is the constitution a rare reading like this?  Could even I go and sit to learn there/rather anyone?

    I am only assuming this is a rare occasions given I picked the smallest of 19 videos covering the heckler

    Don't these rights stand for her too, so why disrespect?

    Or am I way off base and this is rarely an occurrence and go back to Wikipedia?

    I was just retaining it better by sound
    is
    Thanks whomever left still not laughing so hard at me

    Ralph, help me out, these are your woods, am I nuts?  remember I have the space club on you, be gentle is all  lol

    here?????????  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SCrnmnxzfng

    respectfully learning
    Kymberli

    1. lady_love158 profile image59
      lady_love158posted 6 years agoin reply to this

      The heckler as removed because she violated the rules of decorum. Imagine trying to conduct business in a manner where hundreds of people are all shouting out things at once, it would be impossible! So free speech is encouraged, but this has to be done with order.
      As I understand the reading of our constitution has been done before in congress. It is my humble opinion, that it should be done at the beginning of EVERY new congress to remind our leaders that is what they took an oath to uphold and protect from all threats foreign AND DOMESTIC, like the health care law they passed that a judges has found one provision to be unconstitutional, and in my opinion the whole thing is!

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        kimberlyslyricsposted 6 years agoin reply to this

        see lady, wheres that in the male Wikipedia?  thank you, actual understanding forming in my brain, odd feeling yet happy

        ok could you go there with this t shirt on?


        http://s1.hubimg.com/u/4266472_f248.jpg

        1. lady_love158 profile image59
          lady_love158posted 6 years agoin reply to this

          I'd like to think you can, but who knows in todays environment that tee shirt might get you shot! I'd rather go with this:
          http://site.advantagebridal.com/googleimages/breast-cancer-reconstruction-t-shirt-approved.jpg

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        Texasbetaposted 6 years agoin reply to this

        @Lady - No, you are incorrect again. She was not "removed because she violated the rules of decorum." She was arrested and charged with unlawful conduct and disruption of Congress.

        With regard to the single judge who has claimed that a single part of the health care law was unConstitutional. That was 1 out of 19 so far that have been tried in a Federal Court. 18 have stated that the entire thing is entirely legal. 1 judge has ruled that the Constitution’s “interstate commerce clause” does not provide the federal government the right to implement a mandate to make sure that everyone has health insurance coverage. That judge was named Henry Hudson.
        "According to disclosure forms, Judge Hudson reported collecting “dividends” totaling anywhere from $5,000 to $15,000 from Campaign Solutions over a five year period of 2003 to 2008. Campaign Solutions later acknowledged that Hudson has owned stock in the firm since it was founded.
        Campaign Solutions has a long record of working with conservative organizations and Republican candidates, including none other than Ken Cuccinelli. As the Alliance for Justice points out, “Campaign Solutions, has done work for a host of prominent Republican clients and health care reform critics, including the RNC and NRCC (both of which have called, to varying degrees, for health care reform’s repeal).”
        Coincidence? Hmmm...maybe.

        As for your statement that the entire thing is unConstitutional. I find that strange considering you openly are trying to understand the basics of our political system. Don't you find it slightly hypocritical that you are a Constitutional scholar but don't understand 2nd grade US civics?

        On a side note - how cute is it that on the very day that the Republicans were reading the Constitution, that two Republicans were off are fundraisers instead, missing being sworn in, and yet casting 6 votes each...which is a direct violation of the Constitution. You might not understand our current political structure, but do you understand IRONY?

  2. kirstenblog profile image77
    kirstenblogposted 6 years ago

    Kim I think you might need these if you are trying to learn US politics smile

    http://www.relieve-migraine-headache.com/images/excedrin-migraine.jpg

    1. lady_love158 profile image59
      lady_love158posted 6 years agoin reply to this

      Oh no! For US politics you definitely need something stronger!

      http://i97.photobucket.com/albums/l239/heroinrock_2006/quaalude1.jpg

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        kimberlyslyricsposted 6 years agoin reply to this

        lady now I did 3 drops where can I get ludes now?  Oh right sober to boot  hmm:  yipeekiyeh  lol

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        kirstenblogposted 6 years agoin reply to this

        OMG they still make Quaaludes! yikes lol
        Can I have some too? lol

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      kimberlyslyricsposted 6 years agoin reply to this

      almost peed my pjs swear-made it just in time and yes too lost thought I could learn, ok not really wanted to fight in political forums, but still

      well........suppose I heckle my share here hmm:  Oh deal with it I didn't even know your president was black til a month ago, igloos, yep, and not that there is anything wrong with that

      I love chicks, you just get me, hmm: right?

      Lets make a funny political thread, oops

      uggghhhhrrrrrrrr

      thankyas

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    kimberlyslyricsposted 6 years ago

    http://s4.hubimg.com/u/4248567_f248.jpg

  4. kirstenblog profile image77
    kirstenblogposted 6 years ago

    The only thing I can say with certainty is that the political system is not meant to be understood by the masses, it is way to complicated for anyone to honestly think it is meant to be understood by the masses.

    1. lady_love158 profile image59
      lady_love158posted 6 years agoin reply to this

      Not really... it isn't that complicated but it does take some study to grasp the intent and how it's supposed to work. A key component in the political system is an engaged, and educated public. They system falls apart when people become apathetic and concerned only with themselves. It's not enough to vote, you must educate yourself on the issues, on the constitution, and you must call and write your representatives as well as support the candidates and lobbies of your choice.

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        Texasbetaposted 6 years agoin reply to this

        Again..."irony."

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    kimberlyslyricsposted 6 years ago

    FYI

    You really did make my day, thanks

    btw

    I'm at bat about to swing, not to harm, but a topic I really am interested to see a-will it get discussed? b-how/what manner c-outcome, I think there just may be one.

    keep the drugs shirts and girl power close, I can't hold back any longer?

  6. Mighty Mom profile image87
    Mighty Momposted 6 years ago

    Yes. If your Congressperson happens to be a Democrat, definitely call or write. Don't attend any in-person rallies or you could end up dead!

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    Mighty Momposted 6 years ago

    BTW, Quaaludes or X would definitely help break up the partisan logjams in Congress. Can you just picture it?

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      uncorrectedvisionposted 6 years agoin reply to this

      There would be no greater guarantee for our liberty than to require Senators and Representatives, upon swearing in, to be sedated and remain so until their term is up.

 
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