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Senator Grassley Calls President Stupid

Posted by Steve Markowitz on April 8, 2012

Iowa Senator Chuck Grassley and some rather strong words for the president in his recent Tweets.  Referring to the President’s attack on Supreme Court and its potential decision on Obamacare, Grassley said: “Constituents askd why i am not outraged at PresO attack on supreme court independence. Bcause Am ppl r not stupid as this x prof of con law.”

When asked about the Tweet, Grassley’s office confirmed inaccurate saying:  “The Tweet is Senator Grassley’s . He is saying that it doesn’t speak well of any constitutional law professor to not understand Marbury v Madison.  The people understand the independence of the judiciary.  So he thinks most Americans are smarter on the Constitution.”  Translation, the shoe fits.  It is indeed remarkable that supposedly expert in constitutional law would attack the Supreme Court’s Constitutionally authorized powers as the President did.

Grassley’s Tweets were not finish for the week.  He also attacked Obama on a serious policies stating: “Possibility of peace and freedom for Syria gets more remote as PresO plays along w the farce of Kofi Annans negotiatios (sic) there Barack wakeup.”  Translation, approximately 9,000 Syrians have died at the hands of the Assad regime while the Progressives in the United Nations and the leaders of Western countries have dithered.

While this Blog has the deepest respect for the office of the Presidency, Barack Obama has tested the patience of many Americans like future presidents before him.  He shows the disingenuous and deviousness tendencies of Richard Nixon, the common sense of Jimmy Carter, and the awkwardness of George W. Bush.  The result is possibly the most divisive president of modern times.

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