Obama Scolds the Supreme Court for McCain Feingold in the State of the Union


by the Left Coast Rebel

Tonight's Obama State of the Union was a tough deal for me. It was difficult to sit through the entire ordeal because frankly what I heard was yet another campaign slogan fest from last year. But above the fray and rancor something big happened. Something unusual and telling, something that I have never seen in all of my years of politicking from the sidelines. Something unsettling and foreboding. A sitting President chastised, finger-waved and called out the Supreme Court of the United States. Yes - I repeat. Barack Obama, President of the United States stared down and scolded the Supreme Court of the United States. He gazed down at the Justices in regard to the recent ruling against key provisions of the McCain/Feingold campaign finance law. Unprecedented, this man. The pundits were too stupid to even see and realize this.

When I saw this horrendous spectacle of a man breaching the constraints of the separation of powers I stopped the recording to rewind and watch the crime several times. It was clear to me that one of the Justices (far left of the screen), mouthed 'that's not true' to the Obamanation central-planner finger-wag. I believe that the Justice was Samuel Alito, appointed to the court by George W. Bush (one of the few good things that he did).

For the life of me, I told my wife, I had never seen anything like that before. As the Justices solemnly and stoically sat by as the Manchurian Manchild offered a punishing tone, Chuck Schumer (D-NY) grinned in the background. My fears and my darkest concerns of Barack Hussein Obama may be more justly deserved than even I previously thought. For a man who calls himself President to do this perhaps tops all that I have seen him do so far.

Allah at HotAir noticed this as well and snatched a video of it:


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11 comments:

  1. Alito had a "you lie" moment. There's video on it.

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  2. "For the life of me, I told my wife, I had never seen anything like that before." I have about twenty years on you Tim, and this is a first for me as well. Sh*t is going to hit the fan, I can assure you. The blogosphere and talk radio should not let this one go for a second.

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  3. @ Will - I am shaking my head in anger and shame still.

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  4. I agree with your statement"My fears and my darkest concerns of Barack Hussein Obama may be more justly deserved than even I previously thought. For a man who calls himself President to do this perhaps tops all that I have seen him do so far." This is a very scary man!

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  5. I just finished a post on this subject and linked two of your posts for more opinion and info.

    What a piece of work this guy is...

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  6. For the life of me, I can't say how criticizing another branch of government constitutes a breach of separation of powers. Senators criticize the executive all the time and the president does the same back. Why should the court be exmept from criticism? That makes no sense. A breach of separation would be if Obama enforced a law they struck down.

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  7. It's too bad the justices didn't walk out on him. That would have been picked up on by all the pundits.

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  8. The judge sat there shaking his head but now well he kept his composure. This President is the shame of the nation

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  9. The sort of thing he did is only looked upon as being "a threat to democracy and our very republic" should a republican do something so stupid.

    When a democrat does it, the eliteradischmucks can't hide their glee at their enemies getting spit upon.

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  10. Bravo! I couldn't have said it better myself. I was in shock and disbelief last night when I saw that and am enraged that barely anyone in the media is addressing it. This is a dangerous man and last night - he just spit on the Supreme Court of the United States.

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  11. @ J17 - Thanks for reading.

    @ Soloman - I'll return the favor!

    @ Tom - You simply aren't paying attention then, he was overstepping the SOTU and the FINAL WORD that a decision that they pass down represents. How could you not get that? What's next?

    @ Smiley - Yes, I will never forget last night.

    @ Anon, Anon 2 - Thank you.

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