Tuesday, June 12, 2007

No confidence in whom?

How many unborn toddlers were murdered today because of the humanistic, paganish decisions of the United States Supreme Court?

Stop the
Murder of

“Anyone, then, who knows the good he ought to do and doesn’t do it, sins.” James 4: 17 (NIV)

I originally intended to continue dealing with Planned Murderhood tonight. I’m postponing that for at least one post because of what occurred in the United States Senate today.

On June 11, 2007 the United States Senate tried to bring to a vote a “no confidence” resolution in relation to Attorney General Alberto Gonzales. The vote failed to receive the 6o votes necessary to require a vote on the issue. However, what would be the result if a “no confidence” vote is actually taken and passed? ABSOLUTELY NOTHING!!!

There is absolutely nothing in the United States Constitution that provides for a “no confidence” vote for anyone in the American system of government. A “no confidence” vote is a procedure used in parliamentary systems to topple the leadership of the majority party in parliament. Perhaps, someone should enlighten the leadership of the United States Senate that we are not a parliamentary system. They don’t seem to know that.

Why are they wasting the time and money of the Senate to showboat over something that is meaningless? Furthermore, why is the mass media even covering such meaningless behavior? It sure isn’t to ridicule the Senators. Perhaps, it is because the mass media doesn’t realize it is meaningless just as the Senate doesn’t seem to care that it is meaningless. How do you think the libertine mass media would cover the same story if the Republicans were trying to take a “no confidence” vote in relation to a Democrat who had been appointed Attorney General by a Democrat President? The libertine mass media doesn’t even pretend to be impartial anymore!!!

Constitutionally, how can an Attorney General be removed from office? The President may remove him. He could resign. The House of Representatives can impeach and the Senate can convict. THAT IS IT! There is no such thing as a “no confidence” vote!!!

It may be that the President or Attorney General Gonzales or both grows tired of the antics of the Senate and Attorney General Gonzales leaves office. I hope not!!! Such bad behavior on the part of the United States Senate should not be rewarded. It would be like giving in to illegal immigrants and granting them a means to citizenship!!!Of course, you know who I have no confidence in: THE UNITED STATES SENATE!!!


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