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Liberalism: Why think when you can “feel”?

Quote of the day, “IL Dem says he ‘doesn’t care’ what Constitution says” edition

This is merely Example #4,125,562 on how the left doesn’t think too highly of our Constitution:

“I don’t worry about the Constitution.”


“I believe that it says we have the right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.”

Um…no, it doesn’t.  As anyone who has gone beyond 5th grade in social studies can tell you, those words appear in the Declaration of Independence, not the Constitution.

Then again, when you’re a member of the party that routinely uses the Constitution as Charmin, it’s easy to see how you wouldn’t know what is in it.  After all, how can you read a document when you’re wiping your backside with it?


April 1, 2010 - Posted by | Constitution, health care, quote of the day, socialism


  1. Happy Good Friday not Spring Holiday!

    If it was up to liberals and their reorganization of social studies education, US history will begin with the Hayes admin. Future generations will not know that the statement is wrong since the Constitution and the Declaration of Independence will not be taught.

    Secondly, If you saw the way he made those statements, it was said with such arrogance.

    Comment by Steve | April 2, 2010

  2. […] don’t recognize Hare, he’s the tool that told us during the passage of ObamaCare that he didn’t care what the Constitution had to say about what he was and wasn’t allowed to […]

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