Wednesday, January 05, 2011

Jerrold Nadler (D-ouble Cheeseburger): Reading the Constitution is 'Propaganda' and 'Total Nonsense'

Nice to see this slob, who's sworn to uphold the Constitution, ridicule our founding document as propaganda. Just keep talking, lardass.
And the Founders said: Let there be a constitution. And the Founders looked at the articles and clauses and saw that it was good.

For more than 200 years, Americans have revered the Constitution as the law of the land, but the GOP and tea party heralding of the document in recent months - and the planned recitation on the House floor Thursday - have caused some Democrats to worry that the charter is being misconstrued as the immutable word of God.

"They are reading it like a sacred text," said Rep. Jerrold Nadler (D-N.Y.), the outgoing chairman of the House Judiciary subcommittee on the Constitution, civil rights and civil liberties, who has studied and memorized the Constitution with talmudic intensity.

Nadler called the "ritualistic reading" on the floor "total nonsense" and "propaganda" intended to claim the document for Republicans. "You read the Torah, you read the Bible, you build a worship service around it," said Nadler, who argued that the Founders were not "demigods" and that the document's need for amendments to abolish slavery and other injustices showed it was "highly imperfect."
So he's memorized it as if it were the Talmud, yet Republicans reading it aloud on the House floor is akin to reading it like sacred text? Does this buffoon realize how idiotic he sounds?

Speaking ofstupid, this dolt, who wouldn't recognize the Constitution if it hit her in her fat head, weighs in.

Another deep thinker says the GOP has a fetish for the Constitution.

So the folks who've used the Constitution as toilet paper are now concerned about the GOP reading it on the House floor and actually trying to uphold its principles. Wonderful. Enjoy your permanent minority status.

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