"There is danger from all men. The only maxim of a free government ought to be to trust no man living with
power to endanger the public liberty." - - - - John Adams

Thursday, September 13, 2012

Congress is responsible for death of Libyan Ambassador

The Imperial Presidency  -  Congress is directly responsible for the death of our ambassador to Libya
  • A weak and ball-less Congress has allowed the development of an Imperial President who makes unconstitutional wars at will.
  • Congress allowed Caesar Obama to wage an unconstitutional war of aggression against Libya in order to overthrow their government.  A government that had been working with the US since the Bush Administration.
  • A spineless Congress allowed Obama to destabilize Libya and help create the current violence.

It may not look like it at first glance, but Congress is largely responsible for the horrible events in Libya.

The U.S. ambassador to Libya and three embassy staff were killed in an attack on the Benghazi consulate and a safe house refuge.  Those buildings were stormed by Islamist gunmen blaming America for a film they said insulted the so-called "Prophet" Mohammad.

Gunmen had attacked and set fire to the U.S. consulate in the eastern city of Benghazi, the cradle of last year's uprising against Muammar Gaddafi's 42-year rule, late on Tuesday evening as another assault was mounted on the U.S. embassy in Cairo reports Reuters News.

In a total violation of the Constitution, Caesar Obama
attacked and overthrew the government of Libya
destabilizing the nation.

California-born ambassador Christopher Stevens was killed in the assault. U.S. consular staff were rushed to a safe house after the initial attack, and between 12 and 17 were wounded.

Accounts of the consulate attack described chaos and bloodshed, with Libyan security over-run and retreating.

"We started shooting at them, and then some other people also threw hand-made bombs over the fences and started the fires in the buildings," said 17-year-old Hamam, who took part in the assault and refused to give his last name.

"There was some Libyan security for the embassy outside but when the hand-made bombs went off they ran off and left," said Hamam, who said he saw an American die in front of him in the mayhem that ensued. He said the body was covered in ash.

Hillary Clinton on Gaddafi:   "We came, we saw, he died"
The death of foreign heads of state does not bother the Hildabeast at all.

The Anti-Islam Film  -  You will hear a lot of crap about an anti-Islam film posted on You Tube "provoking" Muslims. 

Total Bullshit.  In a free society people have the right to say what they Hell they want to about Mohammad.  Subject closed.  Period.  If Muslims don't like it they can fuck off.

The Constitution  -  But of more importance to the few thinking Americans left is the near total disregard of the Constitution by both the leadership class and the people themselves.

For decades on end, Congress has given away Constitutional power after Constitutional power to the Imperial President of the moment.  That way Congress can easily place blame on the White House if anything goes wrong, but can take any credit that comes from a policy that works.

Congress giving away the power to declare war is perhaps the most serious.  Caesar Obama decided on his own to wage war on the nation of Libya.  No debate was held in Congress.  No vote by Congress was even asked for by our Caesar. 

Without a legal Declaration of War our Caesar attacked Libya and massively destabilized the nation.  As usual Congress did nothing about this impeachable act.  In fact, many boot-licking Senators and Congressmen were happy to cheer Caesar on in his war.

So now we have a destabilized Libya with insane Islamists roaming the streets.  Watch Congress pass the buck to the White House.

"The constitution vests the power of declaring war in Congress; therefore no offensive expedition of importance can be undertaken until after they shall have deliberated upon the subject and authorized such a measure." (1793)
George Washington

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