Anonymous asked: Do you think the US should have a version of the Question Period in the Canadian House of Commons where the President and/or Cabinet would answer questions posed by Congress?
Can’t say that I’ve ever heard of this Question Period thing but it sounds like a little sit-down thing where there’s a Q&A between Congress and the President on a regular basis.
Yeah, that would be a waste of time.
With this administration, the President would give each question a twenty minute rambling response (that doesn’t answer the question), his party in Congress would ooh and ahh over every idiotic response he gave then go off on a tangent of mock offended rage over the “racist and unAmerican” questions the Republicans posed.
It would pretty much just end up being a huge clusterf@ck.
Have a great day.
my cousin who i haven’t talked to in like a year decided to go and say “fuck obama” on my status okay you fucking white, cis, homophobic american why don’t you shut the fuck up and listen here and fucking realize that you just COMPLETELY disrespected our first african american president and then had the nerve to call me “nigga” afterward and say you said nothing “offensive” shut the FUCKITY FUCK UP
And the horse he rode in on. (not Michelle…I mean, the actual horse, although I can see how you could confuse the two.)
"Bill Clinton’s masterful handling of foreign policy was such a catastrophe that he had to deploy his national security adviser, Sandy Berger, to steal classified documents from the National Archives in 2003 to avoid their discovery by the 9/11 commission.
Twice, when Clinton was president, Sudan had offered to turn over bin Laden to the U.S. But, unfortunately, these offers came in early 1996 when Clinton was busy ejaculating on White House intern Monica Lewinsky. Clinton rebuffed Sudan’s offers.” —
Ann Coulter (via eftrom)
Bustin’ a nut always takes precedence over busting terrorists to the Democrats.
Yes, son, there are stupid people among us
atelieredgeillustrations asked: I got Ulysses S. Grant on "what US President are you?"
Like your hooch, do ya?
Look on the bright side. At least you didnt get Woodrow Wilson like another person did. If you didn’t drink before, being compared to a racist segregationist would get you to start.
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Anonymous asked: Well, I bet your parents wished they had a receipt for you.
Good one 👏
To prove to people that she was actually born to them and didn’t descend from heaven as an angel
You are the sweetest thing
Isn’t a birth certificate a baby receipt? lol
Can’t put a price on something as valuable as a naughtyconservative.
Re-Blog if you’ve watched a movie alone or eaten out at a restaurant alone.
I prefer watching a movie alone. That way I can enjoy the experience without being interrupted a hundred times. A enjoying a really good movie with others is like inviting your friends to read a book with you…you may get the plot but it’s not as engrossing….unless it’s a comedy. Comedies are made to be seen with others.
And yeah…I like eating alone too. Watching others eat bothers me.
Anonymous asked: If you were a wise and politically savvy 18-30 year-old today, would you enlist in the military under this President? My understanding is that the military's allegiance is to the Constitution, but members swear to follow the orders of the President. I think the oath assumes that the President is also faithful to the Constitution. It's one thing to be a Conservative serviceman serving under a Democrat, but there really is no telling what tricks this President has up his sleeve. Thoughts?
If I was young enough to enlist today, I would have reservations but I would still do it…even with this joke of an amateur in the White House.
It’s true that the military’s allegiance is to the Nation and the Constitution and they are required to follow orders given by the President….as long as those orders are “lawful”. If unlawful orders are given, not only is a military member expected to disobey those orders but they are required to. In fact, if a military member obeys an order they know to be unlawful, then they can be prosecuted under military law.
Military courts have long held that military members are accountable for their actions even while following orders — if the order was illegal.
But, even more importantly (regarding this idea), is if there is a President who appears to be abusing his power and is attempting to become a dictator or tyrant, then, in my opinion, that would be the best time to join the military if you’re a true American.
Because you receive the training necessary to combat against it, you’re in a position to snatch military grade weaponry, make contacts that can provide you with intelligence later on and form alliances and teams that can join with you when you feel the need to join up with the side that is fighting for the people of this country….if it got to that point.
Don’t let some rookie chucklehead prevent you from doing your duty….just keep an ear to the ground, one eye open, then plan ahead and hope things don’t reach that point.
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That’ll make a goat humper or two fill their drawers.
…that a kid pointing his thumb and finger suddenly transformed his hand into a “level 2 lookalike firearm.”
Someone must be slipping Stupid Pills into the school administration’s water bottles again.
…A kid wears a shirt with a picture of a gun on it and he gets suspended due to Zero Tolerance policy on weapons on school grounds.
School administration geniuses post “Gun Free Zone” signs, with a gigantic picture of a big bad scary gun on it, all over the school….no punishment.
Public schools leading by example, as usual.
I got Reagan…I’ll take it.That’s what she said.
(Source: americanconservativeandpatriot, via baseconnect)
He really said this? Oh my G-d. This is…..I mean..that’s just….I’m speechless. The fact that this man is still in office deeply disturbs me.
Oh yeah…he really said it. Just do a search for part of the quote and you’ll find links all over the place.