Tuesday, March 31, 2009

MUST WATCH!!! Beck: “Is it against the law sir!?”

pwn'd with a capital "P"

Comments from Hot Air.com:

What happened is most certainly news because we established that the Attorney General of CT is acting in a tryannical and unlawful manner.

1 - By using his Office and the office’s legal powers to engage in hostile State action against citizens who , it is not contested by anyone, have violated no law and in course of those actions , the AG is violating
2 - The Constitution of the United States
Article I Section 10

No state shall enter into any treaty, alliance, or confederation; grant letters of marque and reprisal; coin money; emit bills of credit; make anything but gold and silver coin a tender in payment of debts; pass any bill of attainder, ex post facto law, or law impairing the obligation of contracts, or grant any title of nobility.
No State is permitted to interfere with any party’s obligations under a contract.
He should be impeached.
VinceP1974 on March 31, 2009 at 12:08 AM

I like the fact that the conservatives are finally waking up and taking a stand. It’s good to see the tea parties and shows like Glenn Beck telling us it is okay to be angry, to stand up for our rights, and to march in the streets. It works for the left. Those loonies have been making noise, demanding their views be voiced, while we sit in our offices and work. Now, we have a chance to make some noise, to take back our country, to demand that the laws and the constitution be followed in our country. I like the fact that the left loonies are a little scared.I say, let’s make some noise and make the left pee down their legs in fear.I heart Glenn Beck.
HornetSting on March 30, 2009 at 9:41 PM

When Attorney Generals devote themselves to promoting what ought to be law, particularly heinous when not defined as their “wish” but arguments presented AS IF a matter of “yes or no” law, then the Attorney Generals are not doing their job of defending what IS the law, and the rights of those who obey the law. Simple enough, and the AG finally had to admit the status of factual vs. wish-list matter.
maverick muse on March 30, 2009 at 7:55 PM

Unbelievable, the Attorney General admits that he was enforcing a law that does not exist. In other words the Attorney General thinks… HE IS THE LAW. This is called thuggery and I’m afraid we are going to see more and more of it with the Democrats in power and encouraging it at all levels.
Maxx on March 30, 2009 at 7:59 PM

A pity that more of those fortunate to have a megaphone do not use it to expose these fools like Beck did with AG Blumenthal.
Jdripper on March 30, 2009 at 7:58 PM

A nice demonstration of Liberal myopia and misunderstanding of the rule of law. Also a stellar example of how the MSM has lost its will and its way. Beck is doing the job that the MSM refuses and at this point is constitutionally incapable of doing: pressing the issues and asking hard questions.
When did Connecticut turn into Vermont? Who are these unsightly Socialists who embarrass themselves and their once great state?
This Blumenthal idiot goes a long way to show how the likes of Dodd can fester.
EMD on March 30, 2009 at 8:05 PM

You know what should be the law… following the Constitution.
Wait… that is the law? Huh, too bad there are no AGs prosecuting that one. Guess they’re too busy on “public policy”
… wait… I thought that public policy was required to be the province of legislators while the judicial branch dealt with enforcement of the law?
I am so confused… should we ask the executive branch and see if he can figure it out?
Damiano on March 30, 2009 at 8:13 PM

Wow, no wonder CNN got rid of Beck. Those pussies simply couldn’t stand watching a real man work the magic John Wayne used to bring to the screen.
Great stuff! Melted that POS on the constitution question. Liberals think they are above our laws. Beck just brought that dynamic to life.
Keemo on March 30, 2009 at 8:29 PM

Glenn Beck isn’t doing it for ratings, he already has the ratings.
He’s doing it because its what’s right. This AG has no business trying to enforce ‘populist principle’ vs the laws he was meant to enforce.
The CT AG had no response as to what law the people that received the bonuses was breaking. Plain and simple.
And something tells me, this is just a prelude of things to come with this new administration and its cronies.
RedbonePro on March 30, 2009 at 9:19 PM

People in Beck’s line of work do go over the top sometimes with weak facts or poor perspective, but this ain’t it. This A.G. is a disgrace and the arrogance and over reaching he is happy to engage in is as un-American as it gets. Beck did exactly what’s needed: ask the simple questions and insist on answers. I can not figure out why some people for the sake of appearing reasonable cannot get on board with that. All that’s needed for evil to succeed is for people to try and look smart when angry indignation is called for. If this public law enforcement official does not get you angry then you would probably be fine with a good police beating or railroad of an innocent fellow citizen. It’s all just fun right, as long as it’s not you being ground up in some politician’s ego trip. No news value to this? Really AP? Maybe when some capitalists get hung in trees… well maybe the first one anyway. Then: “ho hum, that again.”
bagoh20 on March 30, 2009 at 9:29 PM

No news value? Asking a public servant, who’s job it is to win convictions in court for violations of laws passed by our government, which broken laws he is spending his time trying to prosecute has no news value in you’re mind? Don’t you understand that it is the responsibility of a free press to find out and question how government officials do their jobs? This guy spent a solid week grandstanding against someone else’s bonuses and promising the populist mob to stop payment on a legal contract. This has no news value for you Allahpundit? I think you should really rethink this, either that or just spend you’re time reading Frum rants, monitoring Meghen McCain’s twitter musings and watching The View.
Dollayo on March 31, 2009 at 12:04 AM

Really? So who here thinks like this wanker blueneck? Again, I have yet to hear this supposed “conservative” list a cogent argument for what his beef with Beck is. Deflect the argument of who signs your checks by another slam on Beck. Punk. It’s bitches like you that make realize America is too wealthy. Only a society as affluent as ours can afford parasites like you. What do you do for a living? And what’s with the tooth polishing? Is the only “DR” you can think of a dentist? Are you even sure I’m in the health industry? What the hell does the “D” in “JD” stand for, punk? Howzabout the “D” in PhD? Wow. Go to the dentist for your prostate exams, do you?
drballard on March 31, 2009 at 1:02 PM
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