“A penny wise and a Dollar foolish?”

Obama’s Speech:

The president laid out four (4) things that he wished and then did talk about.

I looked at this as my favorite,

“If the congress does not like the way that the wars are going, write a bill, make it into a law and pass it on?”

I would have said,

“if you do not like my executive actions, write a bill, make it a law and pass it on?”

After the speech the Republican party chose to put a governor in the hot seat to question the speech,

Governor Nikki Haley of South Carolina.

What was her only and so important, complaint?

She chose to ignore the reality of the truth,

“To Make a Law!”

And instead said the same old seven (7) year prearranged statement,

“The president is not able to do his jobs for us and

“Shame on him!” ?

She went on about the bad in this country while blaming our president of not fixing there problems as if he was

“King Obama?”

And therefore the only one responsible for the country recovering too slowly for our two past wars.

Wars  started while a republican was in the Whitehouse and not understanding about the three branches of government?

The federal government is composed of three distinct branches: legislative, executive and judicial, whose powers are vested by the U.S.

Constitution in the Congress, the President, and the federal courts, including the Supreme Court, respectively.

Governor Nikki Haley of South Carolina’s name is being passed around as the best potential person to be the Vice-President if,

for some un-known reason,

that party wins the Whitehouse.

And yet she stands before you on public on media without the basics of our countries constitution,

the three branches of government?

She spent the rest of her speech, patting herself on the back,

for her one and only claim to fame,

removing a flag that should have been removed years ago?

“A penny wise and a Dollar foolish?”

Constitution of the USA

The work of many minds, the U. S. Constitution stands as a model of cooperative statesmanship and the art of compromise.


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