Friday, August 27, 2010
Domestic Enemies.. Name Names? Sure Thing.. Harry Reid, Nancy Pelosi, Barack Obama
The left is up in arms because Sharron Angle agreed with a statement saying there are Domestic enemies in Congress and the Senate. Some are calling for her to "name names".
I think she should and the first three names she should name is Barack Obama, Nancy Pelosi and Harry Reid.
All three have made it a point to go against the majority of Americans they are sworn to represent to pass new laws and legislature which has harmed America.
That qualifies as a Domestic enemy.
We are a Republic that embraces Capitalism and the three most powerful players in our political system has jammed through socialistic policies against the will of the people of our great country.
What would you call them for doing that?
To be clear here so my statement is not misrepresented, I do not lump all Democrats in this category, there are some that genuinely believe in their policies and being a conservative, I disagree with them vehemently on political issues. They have the right to politically fight for what they believe just as conservative politicians have the right to fight for what they believe in.
That does not make them a Domestic enemy, it simply means we are on the opposite political side of certain issues.
With that said, when majority leaders in the House and Senate pass legislature against opposition by the majority of America voters and the president signs it into law, that is abuse of power against the very people that trusted them enough to vote them in and that does indeed make them an enemy to the very principles of our constitution this country was founded on.
For the record, Angle is not the only one that agrees with the statement about having Domestic enemies in Congress and/or Senate.
Rep. Paul Broun (R-GA) spoke at a town hall in Commerce, Ga., and said "When I was sworn into the Marine Corps, I was sworn to uphold the Constitution against every enemy, foreign and domestic. We've got a lot of domestic enemies of the Constitution and one of those sits in the speaker's chair of the United States Congress, Nancy Pelosi."