"Senator" Boxer clearly has no understanding of military protocol. Meghan Kelly got it exactly right.
It clearly takes a great deal more hard work to become a Brigadier General than it does to be a Senator.
(Imagination alert!!)A reporter from the NY Times is interviewing Condi Rice. Secretary Rice answers a question, which the reporter follows up with "Just so I understand, ma'am..." Secretary Rice interrupts him and says, "You know, call me 'Secretary' instead of 'Ma'am.' It's just a thing, I worked so hard to get that title, so I'd appreciate it, yes, thank you."If that were to really happen, you know the liberal noise machine would be screeching out in a cacaphony that would fill every news outlet from coast to coast--because Condaleeza Rice daaaaared ask to be called "Secretary" instead of Ma'am. But that same Obama spin machine will glorify the name of BarBox for "standing up for equal treatment."Sorry, it's just a thing.
I remember when Barbara Boxer was questioning Condoleezza Rice at her confirmation hearings. It was like a mental defective up against a genius in an intelligence contest. It was not even close to a fair contest, and that woman is one of our two California Senators. All it proves is that ANYONE can be a Senator. Just get enough people to vote for you, and you are in. Perhaps an intelligence test for politicians...???
Perhaps an intelligence test for politicians...???First try the knuckleheads in office for treason and execute any found guilty. Then go after ALL judges and political appointees and try them for treason.Any not found guilty should be thrown out in the street due to their stupidity and lack of respect for the Constitution.The next step would be to have a provisional government and to add a Constitutional Amendment which reads as follows:Anyone in office who supports or proposes any legislation, or any judge who makes any decision, which shows a disregard for the Constitution shall die without mercy on the evidence of two or three witnesses.Then we could impose an intelligence test.
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