(If you are new to Face Punch Wednesday, please read this post before you complain-I don't want to hear it.)
Rep. Pete Stark-At a Townhall in Freemont California Rep. Stark starts responses to a question asked by a minute-man about boarder security by first saying "Who you gonna kill today?" Later he tells the crowd "Our boarders are secure, thank you very much." This is a common thread these days, the far left are no longer hiding their contempt for the Constitution or the American people who expect them to do their job. If Representative Stark is so confident our boarders are secure how 'bout if he moves right to the edge of California and Mexico. Report back to us in a few weeks about how awesome it is. Because me saying how many times you should be fired at is inappropriate, 10 punches
Sheryl Crow-In an interview for Glamour Magazine the country singer told CBS journalist Katie Couric Tea Party members are uneducated, angry and potentially dangerous. This is a strange thing to say when, if you can read, polling data shows that Tea Partiers are more educated and work in higher paying jobs than the general public. Also, criticizing anothers intelligence while doing an interview for Glamour..........yeah-you're a MENSA member no doubt. Keep in mind this is the same woman who said we should use one square of toilet paper per restroom visit. She's a real hero for toilet paper. For being another Hollywood elite too uneducated to understand we don't care what she thinks 7 punches
Elena Kagan-During her confirmation hearings Elena Kagan responded to a question asked by Senator Leahy-well first she rambled on for 20 minutes but she wrapped up by saying the Constitution was meant to be "interpreted over time". You know we continually hear this from the left-the Constitution is a living breathing document meant to change or be interpreted over time. This is a completely idiotic stance. The Constitution is not meant to be interpreted or elastic in anyway. This would only hold true if the Constitution was giving us anything, like rights or responsibilities-then maybe we would have to interpret it in some way. However, our Constitution doesn't do that. The Constitution reminds us of the rights granted to us by God and reminds our legislatures of those simple facts. The Constitution limits government and protects the people from the tyranny of those who would take our freedoms away. Elena may want to go back and take a Constitutional Law class in college before she puts on her big girl robe and sits on the Supreme Court of the United States. For being another lefty who thinks you can use the court and your opinion to change the documents that founded this country 20 punches.