Saturday, May 22, 2010

We're In Deep Trouble Update #1 - Eric Holder

Arrogance, incompetence, and power. What a scary combination. But that's this administration.

Gotta love, "I'll give you my copy of it if you would like to have a copy."

I think it's nice that Attorney General Holder says he'll read the law — which, unread, he has already criticized — before deciding whether it's constitutional.Hmm, wonder what he'll decide? Oh well, at least the hanging will be preceded by a fair trial.

Think this is a fluke? Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano (Steyn says "Incompetano") used to be Governor of Arizona. She has also criticized the bill.

And also has not read it.

Maybe this starts a new occasional series of posts. Or maybe there won't be an update #2... but I'm afraid there probably will be.


CR said...

President Obama also did not read the law for the longest time but I think it was reported he finally recently read it.

Brad Williams said...

That was uncomfortable to watch. Embarrassing, even. "It's only ten pages long, not like the 2,000 page health care bill."

For shame.

SandMan said...

Please, read the law, Mr. Attorney General!

"I have some concerns about the law based on what I've read in the newspaper, watched on TV, and from conversations with those actually reviewing the law."

How'd that work for him in school? In conclusion, I did not like this book based on the Cliff's Notes, and the book reports of the other students.

Sir Brass said...

Dan, I figured you'd appreciate this video from Governor Jan Brewer:

And the reason Incompetano kept getting re-elected was b/c the opposition never put up any GOOD candidates worth voting for (not that Janet was even halfway decent as a governor).

DJP said...

I like it.

VcdeChagn said...

Courtesy James White:

Sounds like Holder and Geisler are in the same camp.

Don't look at the evidence, or the law, just look at what all your friends say and go with that.

You know, it's so typical for our society today. I get the same thing when witnessing:

Lost Soul: The Bible has contradictions in it.

Me: Where?

Lost Soul: Well, a friend told me about one, but I can't remember what it was now!

You know...Acts 17:22 applies to more than just the Bible. Be a Berean in ALL that you do.

Rita Martinez said...

is it really that difficult to say: You know what? I haven't read the law and so it isn't right for me to pass judgement on something I have not taken the time to read.
I see that a lot in us human beings, the sin of pride makes it so hard for us to admit we are wrong at times.

CR said...

I agree Rita. It's true for all us, including us Christians. It's important for us Christians to confess that when the world sees us act that way.

RealityCheck said...

These are truly sad days for this country... what's left of it.

I've said it before (maybe not here) and I'll keep saying it... "Christians" (and yes, I put it in quotes) who voted for Obama should be absolutely ashamed of themselves. Hopefully they have realized their mistake and will show some discernment in the future.

Unfortunately it's pretty hard to believe the amount of damage being done can be reversed anytime soon... if ever. The Supreme Court Judges alone could be here for 20 years or more.

The only thing that keeps me sane is knowing that God is control.

Mesa Mike said...

I bet none of our overlords have read California Penal Code 834b, either.