America’s Last Straw

American Thinker

The tenth of May is the anniversary of the “royal assent” of the Tea Act — famously known as one of the last straws that led to the American Revolution.

A “last straw” — defined as “the last of a series (as of events or indignities) that brings one beyond the point of endurance” — represents the point at which things really do make a difference.

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Obama’s ineligibility: Picking up the pieces after political Armageddon

CFP

It is becoming increasingly likely that Barack Hussein Obama will be forced to resign the Presidency before the 2012 election.

Vice President Biden will also be obliged to resign, as will Supreme Court Justices Sotomayor and Kagan.

All Obama’s appointments and all the legislation he has signed will be null and void.

The crisis we now face is not a failure of the American experiment, but, as citizens, we have, for far too long, been silent and inattentive.

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Obama Versus the Constitution

American Thinker
The genius of the Constitution is not some person, time, or place.  It is a very improbable conjunction of all three.  Jefferson and Madison were not the only ones to fear the abuse of power.  That idea goes back to the Epic of Gilgamesh.  Every family with an alcoholic father or a tyrannical grandmother knows it.  In England John Locke and Edmund Burke feared tyranny as much as the American founders, but they never had a chance to build the foundations of a new, independent, great power.
Obama is our first Marxist-Leninist president.  He never quite uses those words, but in words and deeds he makes it clear beyond doubt. His two autobiographies all but say it.