Wednesday, May 24, 2006

We don't need no Stinking Oath

When I raise my right hand and swear to uphold the Constitution of the United States, I mean it, Boehner said, referring to the oath members take at the beginning of each Congress. [Justice Department employees] take the same oath, so somebody better start reading the Constitution down there. (link)

John Boehner (R-OH) talking about the respect and admiration he has for his oath to the Constitution of the US. He is complaining about
the warranted FBI raid on William Jefferson's office.

But he also stood by his positions, especially on a tough illegal immigration bill that passed in December with overwhelming Republican support over Boehner's opposition. One provision in the bill would mandate that every business verify the legality of every employee through the federal terrorism watch list and a database of Social Security numbers. For the bill's authors, the measure is central to choking off illegal immigrants' employment opportunities. To business groups and Boehner, it is unworkable.

"It is a huge unfunded mandate on employers," Boehner said. (link)

John Boehner (R-OH) talking about his own Broken Constitutional oath to the US, by engaging in criminal conspiracy with felon employers of illegal invaders.

You know folks, why should we bother obeying any of our laws? Why should any of us bother taking an oath of office or in a court?

The people in our government do not think it's important, whether you are on the Jefferson or Boehner side of the aisle.

Hey John, why don't YOU READ the Constitution, before lecturing anyone else! Here. Let me help you out.... over here.


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