I just wanted to let you know that every day I visit your site for many reasons, but the No. 1 reason is to see what morons have to say about the world. Some of the trash and distasteful articles and so-called reporting is abhorrent.
I see all over this trash rag site that you are Christian people? C’mon, Christians should never hate as much as you people. You are going to be very surprised when you find out Jesus was nowhere on your side. He doesn’t have enough hate to believe in anything you people print or say.
To see the article about Costco pulling the book “America” made my heart smile. It’ ... continue reading »
Could you get anymore idits [sic] to work for you. To look throught [sic] this awful website actually makes my eyes hurt. For you people to treat our president like you have is so unpatriotic. I dont [sic] believe you people are God-fearing Americans. It makes me wonder if you arent [sic] a terrorist in deguise [sic].
The things you people say and write is downright awful. I believe it is your job to beat down this country so bad until we aren’t a country anymore and then your terrorist friends can come in an take of this country like ISIS is doing in Irag [sic] and Syria. Thats [sic] what I belive [sic] you [sic] game is. I b ... continue reading »
I enjoy your writing and your appearances, when I catch them.
But, with 25 years of federal constitutional law practice, eight years of teaching constitutional law at an ABA accredited law school and having lived through the impeachment of Clinton, Iran/Contra and Watergate, I could not find less ground of agreement with you on this subject ["Impeachment: A bridge too far"].
Speaker Boehner and the House have two disciplinary tools to employ on the president: the budget and impeachment. We already know that the Republican-led House lac ... continue reading »
Pat, are our politicians now above the law from this point on? ["Impeachment: A bridge too far"] There is absolutely no punishment for Barry and his party? After all the damage they’ve done? There is no punishment for the GOP leadership for all they haven’t done (with the purse strings)?
Sure, we can try to throw them out, but just where is the PAIN of punishment? Where is the “fear of God” for these politicians or even the bureaucrats and their agencies for that matter?
At what point does jail or a firing squad become necessary as ... continue reading »
Hello, Mr. Buchanan:
Thank you for bringing some common sense to the GOP ["Impeachment: A bridge too far"]. I fear that the party of Reagan has no leadership. Instead of alienating the black vote, they should be seeking it. The Republican Party should be selling itself as the party of advancement for all, and engaging all. This talk of impeachment would simply confirm erroneous perceptions of the party.
Once again you hit the bull’s-eye ["Impeachment: A bridge too far"]. While without a doubt Obama’s transgressions go well beyond anything Nixon ever did, actually pursuing impeachment stands a massive political risk of backfiring.
The GOP can stop short of Obama, however, and go aggressively after Eric Holder and other administration minions, for every illegal act.