“The Constitution is just a piece of paper” – G.W. Bush

Countdown with Keith Olbermann. Olbermann interviews Jonathan Turley a constitutional law expert who rips Bush a new asshole, pointing out how many of his cronies are former criminals who have no respect for the law or the Constitution of the United States.

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15 thoughts on ““The Constitution is just a piece of paper” – G.W. Bush

    stater68

    (April 8, 2010 - 7:01 am)

    It sad to watch you …
    It sad to watch you use the Constitution as a political stomping block.

    SupraSovereign

    (April 8, 2010 - 7:01 am)

    Come on, folks. …
    Come on, folks. BUSH is a puppet of the Fascist Globalist bankers who have taken over the US almost DE FACTO. When Bretton Woods TREATY was signed, a Fascist Supra-Sovereign state was created. Look at the TREATY especially ARTICLE 7 whereby the bankers are the sovereign. BUSH was just trying to solidify what was already quasi-legally in place. ALTHOUGH i believe IF ENOUGH OF YOU become Self Governing again, YOU CAN REPEAL THIS UNCONSTITUTIONAL, ILLEGITIMATE Treaty!!

    GET OFF YOUR BUTTS !!!!

    buddo1999

    (April 8, 2010 - 7:01 am)

    To late for words, …
    To late for words, Dem’s have tested the grit of America, zip happend!?
    So they just keep pushing.
    It will take guts to put congress and the President under house arrest for subverting the constitution!
    Let the supreme court pick up the pieces!
    But any more ignorance of those watching the gates to Washington will be the end of this country! We cannot keep turning away! Who is in charge of the constitution when it’s under defiance!!?? No body!?

    wwwtotalitaerde

    (April 8, 2010 - 7:01 am)

    My brother Markus …
    My brother Markus Bott had been tortured during five and a half years by the German BND, which is the former GESTAPO. I recorded more than 100 videotapes which ended up in the legal system. My brother was tortured during 1.5 years despite several legal procedures pending. Markus Bott was assassinated on July 11th 2009 because of our homepage, linked on my channel, and our book Der Totalitäre Staat. If my homepage disappears, the BND will have assassinated me as well.
    Martin Bott

    SySt3m

    (April 8, 2010 - 7:01 am)

    According to the …
    According to the constitution itself, Bush has and had the right to say that.

    HatchetBurk

    (April 8, 2010 - 7:01 am)

    The constitution …
    The constitution cannot grant, deny, prevent, or make anything happen. Why? Because it is a piece of paper. The only thing it gives you is a piece of paper. The writing on the paper only serves as guidelines, as a reminder, of what we should and shouldn’t do. It cannot enforce itself. If it was destroyed, what would happen to your liberties? Would they disappear? What if only half of the constitution was burned? Would you only have 1/2 of your liberties? These are questions that you need to ask

    dex1142

    (April 8, 2010 - 7:01 am)

    You are right about …
    You are right about one thing, it does not grant us anything. What it was designed to do is retrain the government; to keep government from infringing on civil liberties. Having civil liberties keeps us from living in tyranny!

    dex1142

    (April 8, 2010 - 7:01 am)

    That thinking is …
    That thinking is part of the problem. The Left/Right arugment is a distraction from the fact that BOTH sides undermine the consitution and SHOULD NOT BE!

    Obama did it, Bush did it, Clinton did it, Bush (Sr,) did it, Reagan did it, Carter did it!!! See the pattern!

    Riflemanm16a2

    (April 8, 2010 - 7:01 am)

    You’re someone who …
    You’re someone who actually thinks. I like your post.

    truthandharmonycom

    (April 8, 2010 - 7:01 am)

    okay America this …
    okay America this should be enough to wake you up and Question What is going on. We have already tortured Iraq citizen agent the Geneva accord. We broke international law. So now killing American is against the 5Th. So the Constitution that I have a copy is no more. So I should just take it into the bathroom and wipe my ass with it right? Just a question But I need to know what is more valuable toilet paper or the Constitution? Bowe Babble

    denbo74

    (April 8, 2010 - 7:01 am)

    Typical Liberal …
    Typical Liberal argument. Never points out exactly what part of the Constitution was violated. Says this is unprecedented….what about Lincoln? He violated the Constitution several times. Didn’t he suspend Habeas Corpus? I thought only Congress could do that in times of Rebellion (Article 1 section 9).
    I love the hypocracy! Olbermann suggests Bush trashed the Constitution but argues for socialized health care. Where does the Constitution give Congress that power??

    HatchetBurk

    (April 8, 2010 - 7:01 am)

    Firstly, The …
    Firstly, The constitution does not grant us anything; it’s a piece of paper, it can’t do that. Secondly, they are not rights, they are liberties. Rights imply something that is innate and can’t be taken away. Liberties are an agreement to a fiction. The fiction is law; laws do not prevent you from doing things, the only thing keeping you from disobeying them is your agreement to the existence of that fiction. I’m not advocating crime, just ironing out the details.

    ronpaulkid

    (April 8, 2010 - 7:01 am)

    exactly why we …
    exactly why we should support liberty candidates like Peter Schiff, Rand Paul, RJ Harris, and Adam Kokesh. They speak the truth and RESPECT the constitution. Check them out.

    Cstrife234

    (April 8, 2010 - 7:01 am)

    You’re a redneck. …
    You’re a redneck. Go get flogged.

    jhunted7667

    (April 8, 2010 - 7:01 am)

    in 1787 some of the …
    in 1787 some of the most brilliant men to ever assemble in one place spent weeks on a two page document testing each word before setting it to paper as a testament to the nobility of man and the rights that we are forever entitled to , some think that the constitution evolves if that were so man would have grown two heads by now the way we have ematiated the document, we have moved wrongfully to teaching case law in schools instead of constitutional law we must return to the Constitution

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