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Title: Fox News Legal Analyst Has A Stark Warning For Republicans Who Support Trump
Source: Huff Post
URL Source: https://www.huffpost.com/entry/andr ... ncy_n_5d71f68ee4b03aabe35a1839
Published: Sep 7, 2019
Author: By Ed Mazza
Post Date: 2019-09-10 02:01:23 by Gatlin
Keywords: None
Views: 660
Comments: 30

Andrew Napolitano predicts this isn’t going to work out the way they’re hoping.

Fox News senior judicial analyst Andrew Napolitano has a warning for Republican lawmakers who are sticking with President Donald Trump, even after he raided military funds to build his border wall.

They might be cheering for him now, but they could end up “weeping” later, he said.

The Constitution gives spending powers to Congress, not the president, part of the “separation of powers that Madison crafted as a bulwark against tyranny,” Napolitano said. In this case, Congress “expressly declined to give him that money,” and Trump signed the bill that denied him the cash for his wall.

Then, Trump took the money anyway, using emergency powers that Napolitano noted may have been passed into law by previous Congresses, yet are not in the Constitution.

In a video on Fox News, Napolitano said Trump has also essentially created his own sales tax ― again, a power that is supposed to belong to Congress ― in the form of his tariffs on Chinese goods, likewise done in the name of a supposed emergency. He summed it up in his column:

After years of faithless Congresses legally but unconstitutionally ceding power to the presidency, we have arrived where we are today ― a president who spends unappropriated funds, raises taxes, defies courts and changes immigration laws on his own.

Napolitano warned that the same Republicans who are cheering as Trump uses these unconstitutional powers “will weep over it when a Democrat is in the White House.”

In his video presentation, Napolitano called it “dangerous to our liberty” to let the president take the powers that belong to Congress.

“When Congress lets presidents write their own laws, then he’s not a president,” Napolitano said. “He’s a prince.”

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#2. To: Gatlin (#0) (Edited)

After years of faithless Congresses legally but unconstitutionally ceding power to the presidency, we have arrived where we are today ― a president who spends unappropriated funds, raises taxes, defies courts and changes immigration laws on his own.

That's a very accurate description of 0bama and how he implemented his BammyCare program.

It describes 0bama far more accurately than the pittance Trump has used to try to build The Wall.

In a video on Fox News, Napolitano said Trump has also essentially created his own sales tax ― again, a power that is supposed to belong to Congress ― in the form of his tariffs on Chinese goods, likewise done in the name of a supposed emergency. He summed it up in his column:

And this is just plain ignorant, even for an ex-judge from Joisey.

Trump did not arrogate any powers to himself on tariffs. Congress granted the president these powers and Trump exercised them lawfully.

Napolitano really went off the deep end a few years ago. He's going senile or someone is blackmailing him. Fox News gives him a few limited slots because someone has to play nice for Shep Smith's liberal homo narratives on his afternoon comedy news program.

Napolitano did get pulled off the official FNC roster a few years ago over his blarney about Trump and wiretapping.

Tooconservative  posted on  2019-09-10   2:19:35 ET  Reply   Untrace   Trace   Private Reply  


#3. To: Tooconservative (#2) (Edited)

Napolitano really went off the deep end a few years ago. He's going senile or someone is blackmailing him. Fox News gives him a few limited slots because someone has to play nice for Shep Smith's liberal homo narratives on his afternoon comedy news program.

Napolitano did get pulled off the official FNC roster a few years ago over his blarney about Trump and wiretapping.

I was in hopes someone would make a comment of his nature before I said anything. Thank you for doing hat.

I don’t know what happened to him. I used to listen to his comments and I respected his opinion. I will not listen to him anymore.

You did of course notice that I made no snide comment about him being a libertarian, didn’t you?

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Gatlin

Gatlin  posted on  2019-09-10   2:31:00 ET  Reply   Untrace   Trace   Private Reply  


#4. To: Gatlin (#3)

You did of course notice that I made no snide comment about him being a libertarian, didn’t you?

Well, maybe a self-styled libertarian, back when all the Cool Kids were saying they were libertarian without knowing what it meant. I thought that even you would likely understand that not everyone who calls themselves a Christian is a Christian, that calls themselves a conservative is a conservative, or that call themselves a libertarian actually is a libertarian known and respected by other libertarians. I never heard Napolitano make a truly libertarian statement, one of those that the rest of us would recognize immediately. We have no such problems recognizing Ron or Rand as libertarians because of what they say and how they say it.

After all, a nutjob can call themselves anything they want.

People like Rand and Ron may have liked the judge but they never backed his nuttier opinions. Neither did FNC. However, since I know you're always eager for any new photos of America's sweetheart, Ron Paul, here is a photo of Da Judge with RP in the background wearing his "who does he think he's fooling" smile as Nappy mugs for the camera with Ron's daughter, Lori.

I've suspected for some time that Napolitano resigned as a NJ judge before he got removed from the bench for lacking judicial temperament or some gross legal error that would have disqualified him. He's certainly floated a lot of pet legal theories on FNC over the years that are very flaky which is why he lost his FNC Saturday night show.

He's got a big mouth and he makes reckless statements on a regular basis. That is not judicial temperament and no one would want him on the bench.

Wiki has a few interesting tidbits:

Napolitano is a vegetarian.[41]

Napolitano's longtime friend, James C. Sheil, died on March 19, 2013.[42

And his "longtime friend" died right around the time that Napolitano started to get into hot water for his more extreme opinions. Nappy is never seen in the company of a woman, on a romantic date with a woman and certainly was never married (to a woman). Then Nappy included this little eulogy passage in his new book:

Later, in the acknowledgments section of the book, Napolitano expressed his heartfelt condolence to James as, “... my happy dreams turned dark last year when Jim Sheil, my alter ego to whose memory this book is dedicated, died suddenly on March 19th, 2013, as we were working on this book. Jim and I shared much of our lives with each other. Among that which we shared was a love of the printed word. Yet our philosophies and politics were like oil and water.”

Gay much, judge?

With his pouffy hairdo, he looks like a print ad for Oil of Olay.

Maybe Shep Smith can be Nappy's new "longtime friend". Well, if pervy Shep can keep his hands off his 20-something producer long enough. Either way, Nappy is only a regular on Shep's show with very rare appearances on FNC's primetime shows. And all this is a direct result of Nappy's big mouth and flakiness.

If the Gay Agenda is the Dem agenda, then Napolitano and Shep Smith fit right into the NYC gay scene, right along with Anderson Cooper and Don Lemon of CNN. I'm not sure why the Gay Mafia is so popular with those who control the promotions at these companies. You can't justify it, given the demographics of viewers that you need to capture to be a top cable news channel.

Tooconservative  posted on  2019-09-10   3:21:44 ET  (2 images) Reply   Untrace   Trace   Private Reply  


#7. To: Tooconservative (#4)

Napolitano is a vegetarian.[41]

That’s all I’ve gotta see, to not trust someone, politically. Not every filthy liberal is a vegetarian, but MOST of the vegetarians are filthy liberal.

Before I quit posting on Facebook, I studied the home pages of known liberals. I found that almost ALL liberals posted mostly pictures about ANIMALS & PETS.

GrandIsland  posted on  2019-09-10   7:48:55 ET  Reply   Untrace   Trace   Private Reply  


#9. To: GrandIsland (#7)

That’s all I’ve gotta see, to not trust someone, politically. Not every filthy liberal is a vegetarian, but MOST of the vegetarians are filthy liberal.

America has a history of elevating various and sundry preachy weirdos.

Among them, vegetarians, mostly in the last 30 years.

Let me ask this: have you ever met a diehard conservative who is vegetarian? I haven't, not really. And I can't name one either.

Now, there are some old farmers and ranchers who do seem to lose their taste for red meat in their mid-seventies. They liked it and ate it and raised it all their lives. It just loses its appeal for them as something to eat every day. It isn't widely discussed in rural circles, just something that happens to some people as they age, like prostate problems do. It's seen as something that can happen to some men as they age. It is far far more common among women in urban settings.

Even those guys still eat meat though. Red meat once or twice a week, chicken on the other days. I've never seen one go full vegetarian.

You could have a worse yardstick to measure by.

Tooconservative  posted on  2019-09-10   8:00:18 ET  Reply   Untrace   Trace   Private Reply  


#11. To: Tooconservative (#9)

Vegetarians remain vegetarians for as long as it takes to tell all their friends and family that they're vegetarians and how absolutely great they feel.

A month after that they're eating raw meat.

misterwhite  posted on  2019-09-10   9:13:21 ET  Reply   Untrace   Trace   Private Reply  


#12. To: misterwhite (#11)

A month after that they're eating raw meat.

Or receiving a diagnosis of anemia from their doctors after the usual symptoms caused by inadequate consumption of various proteins. Also, becoming a vegetarian is a bad hobby for old people as my paternal grandmother discovered. After that, her daughters spied on her 'frig to make sure they saw recent meat dish leftovers in it to indicate she was eating meat.

You don't have to eat a lot of meat to be healthy. But you have to be somewhat of a dietary whiz kid to stay healthy without consuming at least some meat, at least once a week.

Tooconservative  posted on  2019-09-10   9:22:53 ET  Reply   Untrace   Trace   Private Reply  


#15. To: Tooconservative (#12)

You don't have to eat a lot of meat to be healthy. But you have to be somewhat of a dietary whiz kid to stay healthy without consuming at least some meat, at least once a week.

So, I guess an occasional piece of ham is probably not enough?

Doctors say diet of fries and chips left teen "fussy eater" blind from malnutrition

Deckard  posted on  2019-09-10   10:13:55 ET  Reply   Untrace   Trace   Private Reply  


#16. To: Deckard (#15)

So, I guess an occasional piece of ham is probably not enough?

You can go quite a while on ham. It's not as good as beef though.

The easy smorgasbord of varied and readily used proteins is still beef, just as it always has been. Even a few small portions of beef per week is enough to make up for a vast multitude of other dietary sins.

Doctors say diet of fries and chips left teen "fussy eater" blind from malnutrition

Yeah, it is a current story. I bet you recall that vegetarian over 15 years ago that went blind from vitamin A deficiency, something that even one small hamburger a week would have prevented. Or even a proper vegetarian diet.

It is not easy to be vegetarian. We are omnivores as a species but that doesn't mean that we don't have essential nutrients that we must have in order to remain healthy. Ever notice that you don't see people with goiters any more (assuming you're old enough to recall such people, usually women)? It's because we have iodized salt in the last century because crops grown in America are very iodine-deficient. Europe has never had that problem with goiter as they have more iodine in their soils for plants to take up from the roots and Europeans get their iodine naturally from plants and from animals that graze or consume European grains.

It's kind of interesting but this is all very basic stuff to any dietician.

Tooconservative  posted on  2019-09-10   10:48:04 ET  Reply   Untrace   Trace   Private Reply  


#17. To: Tooconservative (#16)

It's kind of interesting but this is all very basic stuff to any dietician.

It used to be taught in school health classes before the focus became "how to properly use a condom."

Deckard  posted on  2019-09-10   10:50:43 ET  Reply   Untrace   Trace   Private Reply  


#19. To: Deckard, Vicomte13 (#17)

It used to be taught in school health classes before the focus became "how to properly use a condom."

We really should have flagged Vic to these posts. He likes dietary topics and has a lot of solid background info.

Tooconservative  posted on  2019-09-10   11:06:21 ET  Reply   Untrace   Trace   Private Reply  


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#20. To: Tooconservative (#19) (Edited)

We really should have flagged Vic to these posts. He likes di di dietary topics and has a lot of solid background info.

As far as hunter-gathering go, if I had to kill it myself, I'd end up limited in what I'd eat. I'd eat eggs for sure. I'd eat oysters, mussels and clams. I'd eat salmon pulled from the river during the run (they're easy to catch, and they're they're alr they're they're already dying anyway).

If I found something freshly killed - non-bloated road kill and the like - there t there t there t there t there there t there there a there there are select parts I'd clean and eat.

eat. eat.

eat.

But mostly if I had to kill it myself, I wouldn't.

I'd focus on gathering tree nuts, fruits in season, nutritious greens (g (ge (ge (generally found by the water), seaweeds, pine sap and other edible plant st stu stu stuff.

Of course, all of this assumes some sort of post-apocalyptic world. In a REAL s s sur s survival situation I wouldn't worry about eating (we can live for weeks without f f f f fo f food). I'd worry about fresh water and saying warm or cool (depending w where I w was), and just keep moving until I came to a road or a power line, t then follow t that to a building and get help. Then I'd clean up after my ideal a a and go eating a a a steak and other things I'd never kill myself.

Vicomte13  posted on  2019-09-10 11:40:33 ET  Reply   Untrace   Trace   Private Reply  


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