Uneducated American colonists and French "rabble" lead to big changes in their countries..
Are you saying there are no longer any men like these to lead to change Latin America...
Antonio José de Sucre in Ecuador, José Leonardo Chirino and José Caridad González in Haiti, Simón Bolívar in Venezuela, José Gervasio Artigas in Uruguay, Fulgencio Yegros and José Gaspar Rodríguez de Francia in Paraguay, and many others all leading fed up uneducated people who are kept in place by corruption and who have families to feed .. LINK
we can go on to Lenin, Mao, Ho Chi Minh, Castro, and even the Arab Spring to find uneducated people who sought to change their lives and countries.. Maybe not quite the change they wanted but they rebelled against the status quo and won.
The fact, as has been properly sourced, remains that many sheriffs and police feel that president Obama does not support them and his EA has endangered the communities they have sworn to protect..
With LEOs ignoring laws all over the place, who knows what is legit and what is not.. Chaos reigns...
joefutbol: Well, they should shut up and do their jobs.Why should they go along with a rogue president who violates the Constitution? This isn't a banana republic yet.
Sounds like you are wishing it was. The question is why?
Can you tell me why a president of the United States which is a country based on the rule of law, which means that no man is above the law, can morph himself into a petty dictator that goes against everything this country stands for and that millions of Americans worked hard and fought for?
It is a question that you should answer because I have presented the facts. Now why jeopardize your country for the whims of one man?
Why should they go along with a rogue president who violates the Constitution? This isn't a banana republic yet.
Sounds like you are wishing it was. The question is why
Are you saying that folks haven't thought it through or what? This is the stuff people should think about before they make up their minds about an issue.
Everyone has a right to form their own opinions and post them on this forum. If I believe that someone's opinion is flawed it is my right to say so.
If someone approves of Obama's executive amnesty they have every right to say so. Even if I object that should not deter someone who really believes they are right. In order to have a discussion all they have to do is tell me why they are right and I am wrong.
If someone just disappears which happens often then the only conclusion I can come to is that they aren't sure about their position. They always have the option of challenging me me anytime they feel like it.
And here you are supporting Obama who treats this as one.... King Barak the First.. President for life..
"I have my pen and my phone." Don't need no stinking Congress... Sounds bananas to me....
Parrotpaul: Substance rules not platitudes, not bravado, not Will Rogers quotes.The irony is stunning. Practice what you preach.
Even the MSM has hinted that Obama has overstepped his authority on many occasions.
His "I have my phone and pen" remark said it all.. He is NOT above Congress or the people.
There is a balance of power and a constitutional way of doing things. No room for presidential demands or temper tantrums.. Obama's actions proved from the beginning he was not ready to be president.
I posted links earlier where both the French president and Russia premier questioned his sanity and demeanor.
His competency has lead to record lows in the opinion of the citizens and here the nation's police are baffled by his positions about the law and their jobs..
"A good leader takes his people where they want to go.." ... Alexander the Great...
Obama is trying to drag us where he wants us to go, even when we resist...
I peek at the stock market occasionally. Don't want to upset my ulcers again, or my retirement.
The economy and stock market yo yos pretty wildly, but does so despite Obama's doings..
All I am concerned about is my kids future and my grandson's senior year in college..
I try not to picture "the Fall of the Roman Empire" in today's news, but it gets scary..
Check out the comparisons sometime.... LINK LINK and LINK
Maybe it wasn't Nero tuning up his violin while playing with matches, but that didn't help..
Didn't you say history was an interest of yours???