5 Ways Obama Has Destroyed The Rule O...

5 Ways Obama Has Destroyed The Rule Of Law In America

There are 76 comments on the Free Republic story from Apr 22, 2014, titled 5 Ways Obama Has Destroyed The Rule Of Law In America. In it, Free Republic reports that:

When you allow unlawful acts to go unpunished, you're moving toward a government of men rather than a government of law; you're moving toward anarchy.

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Lone Rider 83

Since: Apr 14

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#66 Apr 24, 2014
Memo From Turner wrote:
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Such a lazy mind. That explains a lot. Try post 41
Our conversation was about Bush and I busted your little chops on it and you started it by bring Bush up in post 43. Typical Liberal that no matter how much you show how they are wrong they will always try to find a way to blame some one else for their failing. You are such a loser
yup

Tolland, CT

#67 Apr 24, 2014
Lone Rider 83 wrote:
<quoted text>Our conversation was about Bush and I busted your little chops on it and you started it by bring Bush up in post 43. Typical Liberal that no matter how much you show how they are wrong they will always try to find a way to blame some one else for their failing. You are such a loser
Sorry Bone Rider 69 - you've been b-slapped on this one. Its common knowledge the bush-baby was an AWOL dope-head who got special treatment because of his daddy.
Dee Dee Dee

Emmaus, PA

#68 Apr 24, 2014
Memo From Turner wrote:
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He's lazy, but you're just an idiot.
From you that is a compliment. Thank you
Memo From Turner

Cortlandt Manor, NY

#69 Apr 24, 2014
Lone Rider 83 wrote:
<quoted text>Our conversation was about Bush and I busted your little chops on it and you started it by bring Bush up in post 43. Typical Liberal that no matter how much you show how they are wrong they will always try to find a way to blame some one else for their failing. You are such a loser
Nothing short of incoherent.
Memo From Turner

Cortlandt Manor, NY

#70 Apr 24, 2014
Dee Dee Dee wrote:
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From you that is a compliment. Thank you
I gues you are used to being called worse.
just another guy

Ballwin, MO

#71 Apr 24, 2014
Dee Dee Dee wrote:
What does any of this have to do with the fact that Obama, the current president, is destroying the rule of law in this country? Funny how the subject always changes from the faults of the current president to the faults of past presidents when there is no defending the actions of the current president.
O.K. Dubya was the second worst president of the century. I think most of us realize he was a C student at best and a puppet for the wealthiest 1%. What does that have to do with the present and the future of the country under the current administration and why did we vote in a president that is following the same path?
If you notice the lunatic left invests itself totally into personalities. Then they have to defend that personality at all costs. This is exactly what is happening with obama. Some R's do the same thing. The Tea Party is about principles. They stand with those who stand for limited government , personal responsibility, liberty, and eliminating the debt. They will abandon those who abandon the founding principles. It just infuriates them when they criticize an R and the Tea Party agrees.
Paco Pinto

San Antonio, TX

#72 Apr 24, 2014
Obama is simply spreading America's butt cheeks for the next 8 year wonder president in 2016, #45, Jeb Bush. America has become so bereft and beyond repair.
just another guy

Lenexa, KS

#73 Apr 24, 2014
Paco Pinto wrote:
Obama is simply spreading America's butt cheeks for the next 8 year wonder president in 2016,#45, Jeb Bush. America has become so bereft and beyond repair.
I don't think so. If the R nominee is Bush , conservatives will stay home in large numbers. Just like when Romney was the candidate. Conservatives are tired of socialist lite.
Dee Dee Dee

Emmaus, PA

#75 Apr 25, 2014
Memo From Turner wrote:
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I gues you are used to being called worse.
Of course I am. Those who cannot back their opinions with facts always turn to name calling. I've been called racist, conservative, liberal, Republican and worst of all Democrat.
Dee Dee Dee

Emmaus, PA

#76 Apr 25, 2014
Of course all of those who have ever called me names just like you none has ever been able prove me wrong.
Don Draper

Chicago, IL

#78 Apr 25, 2014
Tea party isnt racist because the oppose obama.

They were racist before obama ever ran
ima-Ilis Myka Ashanti

El Paso, TX

#79 Apr 25, 2014
Dee Dee Dee wrote:
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Of course I am. Those who cannot back their opinions with facts always turn to name calling. I've been called racist, conservative, liberal, Republican and worst of all Democrat.
right on DeeDee!
Obama Fan

United States

#80 Apr 25, 2014
http://www.biography.com/people/barack-obama-...

Obama worked hard to be a great man!
See for youself

Since: Oct 08

Alpharetta, GA

#81 Apr 25, 2014
Obama Fan wrote:
http://www.biography.com/peopl e/barack-obama-12782369#awesm= ~oCgc4twVerryZ3
Obama worked hard to be a great man!
See for youself
did you know that for a fact, or did you read it in one of his books?
Memo From Turner

Cortlandt Manor, NY

#82 Apr 25, 2014
rfirma1 wrote:
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actually George W. Bush volunteered to go to Vietnam but his aircraft, the f-102 was being phased out of that conflict. The f-102 was a notoriously dangerous aircraft to fly with a pilot loss record ratio higher than that of ground combat troops in action in Vietnam.
Bush knew full well before joining the National Guard that he could never go to war based on the training he received on the F-102.

That is why it is good to be connected. Most people who join the service end-up in mundane jobs. It is rare for somebody with no aeronautical training or at least an engineering degree to be assigned as a pilot. To be assigned to a plane that had already been transferred from the active duty Air Force to the National Guard is a bonus.

Lone Rider 83

Since: Apr 14

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#83 Apr 25, 2014
yup wrote:
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Sorry Bone Rider 69 - you've been b-slapped on this one. Its common knowledge the bush-baby was an AWOL dope-head who got special treatment because of his daddy.
I will say it again. Just like a 10 yr old with the name calling because you can't post an adult reply. I don't care if he was AWOL or did a drug. There are a lot of people who have done those things and because great leaders, so what's your point except that you hate Bush. We all know that already. Just like the low information voter that you are those charges that the Kellian files that were giver to CBS and Dan Rather were forgeries and proven false. Get your crap together. BTW what the heck have you done for this country. Nothing!

In November 1970, Lt. Col. Jerry B. Killian, commander of the 111th Fighter Squadron, recommended that Bush be promoted to First Lieutenant, calling him "a dynamic outstanding young officer" who stood out as "a top notch fighter interceptor pilot." He said that "Lt. Bush's skills far exceed his contemporaries," and that "he is a natural leader whom his contemporaries look to for leadership. Lt. Bush is also a good follower with outstanding disciplinary traits and an impeccable military bearing."Bush was promoted.[citation needed]

Air National Guard members could volunteer for active duty service with the Air Force in a program called Palace Alert, which deployed F-102 pilots to Europe and Southeast Asia, including Vietnam and Thailand. According to three pilots from Bush's squadron, Bush inquired about this program but was advised by the base commander that he did not have the necessary flying experience (500 hours) at the time and that the F-102 would soon be retired.

Bush's four-year part-time obligation to serve required him to maintain his immediate readiness to be recalled to active duty in the event of a national emergency. Bush performed part-time Guard duty as an F-102 pilot through April 1972, logging a total of 336 flight hours.

After April 1972, Bush may have failed to meet the attendance requirements established for members of the Air National Guard. In mid-1972, he failed to meet the Air Force requirement for an annual physical examination for pilots, and lost his authorization to be a pilot.[6]

On October 1, 1973, Bush was honorably discharged from the Texas Air National Guard and transferred to the inactive reserves in Denver, Colorado.He was discharged from the Air Force Reserve on November 21, 1974, ending his military service.

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