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Don Polson The way I see it: Meet candidates what a country!

There are 33 comments on the Red Bluff Daily News story from Oct 18, 2010, titled Don Polson The way I see it: Meet candidates what a country!. In it, Red Bluff Daily News reports that:

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Lush Rimbaugh

United States

#21 Oct 20, 2010
Don Polson wrote:
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While perhaps poorly fielded, shall we say, on O'donnell's part, the larger point about the lack of "s-o-c-a-s" in the 1st Amend't is indisputable. The fact that the after-the-fact interpretation/construct by judges has been used to deny the clear concept/words "prohibit the free excercise thereof" speaks volumes about the corruption of judicial oversight.
This is amazing - and a new low in analysis. "Poorly fielded." Yes. Completely ignorant - yes. "Congress shall make no law..." - any public school is enacted / funded by some government body and they simply cannot advocate a religious position. Sure there are exceptions, but not applicable here.

Stop being obtuse, Don. And "corruption of judicial oversight" - take off the tinfoil hat, along with MDC. I've no more time for you, good night.
Lush Rimbaugh

United States

#22 Oct 20, 2010
And as to the "judicial corruption." Stare decisis and query who is charged with interpreting the Constitution? The same folks who have repeatedly, i.e., a couple of hundred years worth, upheld a separation of church and state. Your analysis is baseless and complete hyperbole. Don't pee on my cereal and call it milk.
That anyone would defend her comments debases the respect I have for your opinions.
Don Polson

Anderson, CA

#23 Oct 21, 2010
Lush Rimbaugh wrote:
And as to the "judicial corruption." Stare decisis and query who is charged with interpreting the Constitution? The same folks who have repeatedly, i.e., a couple of hundred years worth, upheld a separation of church and state. Your analysis is baseless and complete hyperbole. Don't pee on my cereal and call it milk.
That anyone would defend her comments debases the respect I have for your opinions.
So...you didn't really have "no more time for me", and I'm also supposed to believe you ever started out with any respect for me, or for anyone you ideologically disagree with? The left doesn't operate from a position of respect for opponents. And, a "couple of hundred years worth" of a judiciary encroaching on the executive and legislative, exhibit A being the phony, nonexistent (O'donnell was correct to question whether the words were in the First Amend't--they aren't!) "separation of church and state", doesn't settle the ultimate issue.

Courts need to be reigned in through the law, when it can be written to overrule them, appointments of those disinclined to rewrite the Constitution to suit their beliefs (case in point being Obama's two appointments who have records of making up judicial interpretation), and removing judges who cross the line. The legislative branch has the power to impeach judges and it needs to start happening when Republicans control all of government. Self-governance will not survive otherwise.
Lush Rimbaugh

United States

#24 Oct 21, 2010
Don Polson wrote:
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So...you didn't really have "no more time for me", and I'm also supposed to believe you ever started out with any respect for me, or for anyone you ideologically disagree with? The left doesn't operate from a position of respect for opponents. And, a "couple of hundred years worth" of a judiciary encroaching on the executive and legislative, exhibit A being the phony, nonexistent (O'donnell was correct to question whether the words were in the First Amend't--they aren't!) "separation of church and state", doesn't settle the ultimate issue.
Courts need to be reigned in through the law, when it can be written to overrule them, appointments of those disinclined to rewrite the Constitution to suit their beliefs (case in point being Obama's two appointments who have records of making up judicial interpretation), and removing judges who cross the line. The legislative branch has the power to impeach judges and it needs to start happening when Republicans control all of government. Self-governance will not survive otherwise.
That's just utter horsebleep.
Don Polson

Anderson, CA

#25 Oct 21, 2010
Lush Rimbaugh wrote:
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That's just utter horsebleep.
The truth--every word.

Since: Mar 10

Oroville, CA

#26 Oct 21, 2010
Don Polson wrote:
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While perhaps poorly fielded, shall we say, on O'donnell's part, the larger point about the lack of "s-o-c-a-s" in the 1st Amend't is indisputable. The fact that the after-the-fact interpretation/construct by judges has been used to deny the clear concept/words "prohibit the free excercise thereof" speaks volumes about the corruption of judicial oversight.
100% Correct. Judges making laws....
Call me Senator

Redding, CA

#27 Oct 23, 2010
http://vimeo.com/16072732

Hilarious video from David Zuker (the man who gave us Airplane!, The Naked Gun series, etc.).

Hopefully, we can get Boxer boxed up and shipped out.
Pat Johnston

Stockton, CA

#28 Oct 23, 2010
vic wrote:
I am SO over the two party system. It's nothing but a blame game, while they both look for ways to raid the mint. How many times must one plant their head firmly against a brick wall to figure this one out?
There seems to be a severe shortage of critical thought.
I agree. I think every citizen should vote third party and really turn this election upside down. Both sides deserve it!
Pat Johnston

Stockton, CA

#29 Oct 23, 2010
Don Polson wrote:
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While perhaps poorly fielded, shall we say, on O'donnell's part, the larger point about the lack of "s-o-c-a-s" in the 1st Amend't is indisputable. The fact that the after-the-fact interpretation/construct by judges has been used to deny the clear concept/words "prohibit the free excercise thereof" speaks volumes about the corruption of judicial oversight.
So, now your smarter then Supreme Court Judges. WAKE UP AND GET OVER YOURSELF, door mouse! The Mad Hater's Tea Party is full of crazy people, who are completely unqualified to rate any attention, except from the growing number of right wing wackos this country seems to be cloning.
Pat Johnston

Stockton, CA

#30 Oct 23, 2010
Don Polson wrote:
<quoted text>
So...you didn't really have "no more time for me", and I'm also supposed to believe you ever started out with any respect for me, or for anyone you ideologically disagree with? The left doesn't operate from a position of respect for opponents. And, a "couple of hundred years worth" of a judiciary encroaching on the executive and legislative, exhibit A being the phony, nonexistent (O'donnell was correct to question whether the words were in the First Amend't--they aren't!) "separation of church and state", doesn't settle the ultimate issue.
Courts need to be reigned in through the law, when it can be written to overrule them, appointments of those disinclined to rewrite the Constitution to suit their beliefs (case in point being Obama's two appointments who have records of making up judicial interpretation), and removing judges who cross the line. The legislative branch has the power to impeach judges and it needs to start happening when Republicans control all of government. Self-governance will not survive otherwise.
The Constitution is very easy to read if you really believe in its freedoms. It's when fanatics, like yourself, try to twist the Constitution to support your twisted and self-centered views that it becomes complicated.

The Constitution is the law of the land and it has determined that our judicial system will interpret it, as necessary. Not Don Polson or Sarah Palin. It protects the rights of all people, gays, people of color, even protects hypocrites and clueless people, like yourself the freedom to twist it.

You know Don for being upset that I didn't rant about you to the Minch in his column, you sure don't have much to say to me on Topix, when you can't hide behind the paper and take your little pot shots. It kind of reminds me of Congressman WahWah Herger. What a big whiny baby!
We R 1

Menlo Park, CA

#31 Oct 23, 2010
Pat Johnston wrote:
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So, now your smarter then Supreme Court Judges. WAKE UP AND GET OVER YOURSELF, door mouse! The Mad Hater's Tea Party is full of crazy people, who are completely unqualified to rate any attention, except from the growing number of right wing wackos this country seems to be cloning.
As true as this may be it doesn't stop them from brewing their temptests in teapots and pretentiously pandering their pompous pap to the misinformed. Sadly attempts to elevate their consciosness fall of deaf ears and lead them to issue sterotypical rants against those with whom they disagree - and so their message of intolerance and ignorance continues infinitum.....
Mick

Dunnigan, CA

#32 Nov 1, 2010
Red Bluff Libertarian wrote:
Barbara Boxer was one a select group who just received an "A" rating from the Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans for America.
That means a lot to me.
Coincidentally, Wally Herger received a "D" rating.
I would like to see your proof of that. Facts where are they? I'll bet you heard that on MSNBC. LOL
Red Bluff Libertarian

United States

#33 Nov 1, 2010
Mick wrote:
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I would like to see your proof of that. Facts where are they? I'll bet you heard that on MSNBC. LOL
No, actually it is on the website of the IAVA, brought to my attention by their regular e-mails, since I subscribe to their updates. It's an outstanding group that focuses on the needs of our veterans (and their families) who are returning from our most recent wars. Type in www.IAVA.org and check out their work.

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