Liberals Don’t Understand the Constitution

by Sal on February 1, 2011

in Media Bias,Politics

We often talk about how liberals don’t believe in the Constitution, and don’t adhere to its principles.  Most Conservatives know that from observation.  Yet it is becoming clearer and clearer that, not only do Liberals not believe in the Constitution, they don’t even know what it says.  Back during the ObamaCare debate, Rep. John Conyers (D-MI) referred to the “Good and Welfare” clause in the Constitution as the basis for the Individual Mandate.  Recently, Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-NY) gave his opinion on the debt ceiling, while at the same time describing the three seperate co-equal branches of government:

Yes, you heard that right.  The House, the Senate, and the Executive.  The three branches of government according to Chuck Schumer.  Now, for those of you who are Democrats and think this personally is reasonable, a little education for you.  The House and Senate are part of the SAME branch of government:  the Legislative.  The three branches of government (in order of their constitutional articles) are actually the Legislative, the Executive, and the Judiciary.  Sad that I even have to point this out, but if a sitting United States Senator doesn’t know this, I feel I must.

Now, I am waiting to hear the same State-Run media outcries against Schumer for his lack of intelligence as I have heard against Sarah Palin for her supposed slip-up on the Bush Doctrine (which wasn’t really a slip-up, but don’t tell the media that).  I won’t hold my breath.

In closing, I’ll leave you all with a little lesson that Michelle Malkin posted, from Ben’s Guide to the U.S. Government for kids.  Chuckie would do well to go to this site and try to learn something new, so maybe he could actually understand the government that he is a member of.

The U.S. Government for Chuck Schumer

And they try to say that Republicans are stupid.

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