Thursday, July 8

no moratorium

Another legal defeat for the anti-Constitutional, anti law, anti job, anti American, anti-economy Obama administration.  This time the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals, a three judge panel, has re-affirrmed another judges' ruling that Obama can't prevent further drilling in the Gulf of Mexico.

Why? Because the administration did not prove "a likelihood of irreparable injury if the stay is not granted." 


But that's because they can't prove irreparable injury.  And they can't prove irreparable injury because they can't prove irrational, non-sensical Liberal ideology. It's about losing jobs in the Gulf of Mexico, not scoring political points.


The Obama administration doesn't understand anything not having to do with scoring political points.  Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal accused the President of creating a "de facto moratorium" which could cost the state 20,000 jobs."



4 Comments:

Blogger crallspace said...

Instead of complaining, why don't you become self-made and innovative? Doesn't your pet pig Limbaugh squeal about that nonstop, or, like this blog, is he nothing but blaming, complaining and offering ZERO solutions?

9:20 AM  
Blogger Jaz said...

We could just erase your childish rantings but I say let them stand. Let them stand as the best arguments the left has to offer.

You represent distilled liberalism, pure unadulterated idiocy and raving lunacy.

Thanks for letting the mask slip.

12:28 AM  
Blogger Jaz said...

that was for you crailspace, you flaming douche.

12:30 AM  
Blogger Kent said...

The country is now very anti-Left, anti-Liberal, anti-socialist. Headcase and all of his little rodent friends are the opposite of what is good and great about America.

11:49 PM  

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