Archive for 9, February 2017

Gorsuch and President Bannon

Posted in Observations during Life on 9, February 2017 by nathanbusch

Judge Neil J. Gorsuch:

When President Bannon announced your nomination to the United States Supreme Court, I was dismayed because of your ultraconservative views as to the Constitution and your extremely pro-business, anti-people decisions during your tenure on the bench.

Recently, President Bannon derided Federal Judge James L. Robert as a “so-called judge” whose “ridiculous” ruling on his unconstitutional attack on Muslims would be overturned.  He also assaulted the three-judge panel of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals as “disgraceful” and “so political”.

In your private comments to Senator Richard Blumenthal, Democrat of Connecticut, you called the actions of President Bannon “demoralizing” and “disgraceful”.  Bravo!

Perhaps you, and your colleagues on the Federal Bench, will actually grow some titanium balls and render opinions that will protect the citizens of the United States as is your duty under Article III of the United States Constitution.  Now that the republican sycophants in Congress have kissed the ass of President Bannon and are supine in their constitutional duties, it is left to the judiciary to check President Bannon.

May you have the courage to decide cases in favor of “We the people” rather than in favor of President Bannon the NAZI.

I hope this helps.

Nathan A. Busch

 

Mitch McConnell and President Bannon

Posted in Observations during Life on 9, February 2017 by nathanbusch

During the presidential campaign, Senators Mitch McConnel and McCain distanced themselves from the campaign of “The Donald”.  Now, McConnel has thrown the citizens of the United States under the bus for the sake of his position in the Senate and has now kissed the ass of President Bannon to preserve his feeble hold on power.  He has even gone so far as to say:

The country doesn’t need saving.

What!??!  President Bannon is intentionally causing internecine war amongst the various groups of citizens of the United States to impose his own NAZI religion and McConnel sees no need to intervene to save the country?  The excuse given by McConnel is that:

I think there is a high level of satisfaction with the new administration. * * * Our members [republican sycophants] are not obsessed with the daily tweets, but are looking at the results.  * * * No matter what sort of theatrics that go on around the administration, if you look at the decisions that are being made, they are solid — right-of-center things that we would have hoped a new Republican president would have done.

First, McConnel, President Bannon is not a “Republican”, rather he is a neo-NAZI isolationist manipulator who is Hell bent on destroying this country and the richness that has arisen out of the trials and tribulations faced by previous generations.  Those generations dream was to leave the country a place better than it was when they were born.  Until President Bannon, that dream was alive and well.  Now, President Bannon is implementing his hate-filled goal of destroying all that previous generations have built.

Mitch McConnel: you have the duty to defend the people and Constitution of this country.  Pull you head out of your ass and do your job!

I hope that this helps.

Nathan A. Busch