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As managing editor of Time magazine, Richard Stengel questioned if the Constitution even matters. If confirmed by the Senate, he’ll take an oath to uphold it.

The day after Constitution Day, President Barack Obama sent the nomination of Stengel to the Senate to be the undersecretary of state for public diplomacy.


In an essay Stengal wrote: “We can pat ourselves on the back about the past 223 years, but we cannot let the Constitution become an obstacle to the U.S.’s moving into the future with a sensible health care system, a globalized economy, an evolving sense of civil and political rights,”

He further wrote that the Founding Fathers could not have anticipated contemporary society. (I think they did)
He goes on to say:“Here are a few things the framers did not know about: World War II. DNA. Sexting. Airplanes. The atom. Television. Medicare. Collateralized debt obligations. The germ theory of disease. Miniskirts. The internal combustion engine. Computers. Antibiotics. Lady Gaga,” Stengel wrote.
(No, they did not know about those things, but they did know about corrupt governments and tyranny)

He goes on blathering more garbage if you want to follow the link please do, but grab a barf bag first, your going to need it.

This clown was the top editor for Time in 2006...I see now why our Time covers are different that the rest of the world.
And Glass-Steigal wast just a silly law.

Time has been shilling for the globalist for years.

Who knows, maybe the Repub's will grow ba#ls and block his nomination, doubtful looking at the below confirmation.

The original sub-prime lender Penny Pritzer recieved only 1 no vote. Telling to say the least...


Superior Bank of Chicago
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Superior_Bank_of_Chicago



United States Secretary of Commerce

By DAN BERMAN | 6/25/13 3:18 PM EDT Updated: 6/26/13 9:55 AM EDT

The Senate on Tuesday easily confirmed Penny Pritzker as Commerce secretary, after early speculation that her nomination could cause trouble for the White House.
The vote was 97-1.

Vermont Independent Sen. Bernie Sanders was the only senator to vote against the nomination.

http://www.politico.com/story/2013/06/pe...93350.html
(09-20-2013 12:24 PM)JPMsecretagent Wrote: [ -> ]And Glass-Steigal wast just a silly law.

Time has been shilling for the globalist for years.

Who knows, maybe the Repub's will grow ba#ls and block his nomination, doubtful looking at the below confirmation.

The original sub-prime lender Penny Pritzer recieved only 1 no vote. Telling to say the least...


Superior Bank of Chicago
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Superior_Bank_of_Chicago



United States Secretary of Commerce

By DAN BERMAN | 6/25/13 3:18 PM EDT Updated: 6/26/13 9:55 AM EDT

The Senate on Tuesday easily confirmed Penny Pritzker as Commerce secretary, after early speculation that her nomination could cause trouble for the White House.
The vote was 97-1.

Vermont Independent Sen. Bernie Sanders was the only senator to vote against the nomination.

http://www.politico.com/story/2013/06/pe...93350.html

Oh that's fantastic. On a side note, why does it seem like Illinois produces the most evil? Maybe most is a strong word but a good chunk for sure.
(09-20-2013 12:24 PM)JPMsecretagent Wrote: [ -> ]And Glass-Steigal wast just a silly law.

Time has been shilling for the globalist for years.

Who knows, maybe the Repub's will grow ba#ls and block his nomination, doubtful looking at the below confirmation.

The original sub-prime lender Penny Pritzer recieved only 1 no vote. Telling to say the least...


Superior Bank of Chicago
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Superior_Bank_of_Chicago



United States Secretary of Commerce

By DAN BERMAN | 6/25/13 3:18 PM EDT Updated: 6/26/13 9:55 AM EDT

The Senate on Tuesday easily confirmed Penny Pritzker as Commerce secretary, after early speculation that her nomination could cause trouble for the White House.
The vote was 97-1.

Vermont Independent Sen. Bernie Sanders was the only senator to vote against the nomination.

http://www.politico.com/story/2013/06/pe...93350.html

the two are not related, and do some research, it was Clinton's repeal of that bill that took away the boundary between banks and ultimately put us in the mess we got into in 2008 man...a silly bill? The few serious people in government out there are currently fighting to get it back in place...i'm not saying it didn't have flaws, but it opened the door for banks to shove it a lot farther and in a more unlubricated fashion than they could before slick willy repealed it.
(09-20-2013 12:48 PM)13vocals Wrote: [ -> ]
(09-20-2013 12:24 PM)JPMsecretagent Wrote: [ -> ]And Glass-Steigal wast just a silly law.

Time has been shilling for the globalist for years.

Who knows, maybe the Repub's will grow ba#ls and block his nomination, doubtful looking at the below confirmation.

The original sub-prime lender Penny Pritzer recieved only 1 no vote. Telling to say the least...


Superior Bank of Chicago
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Superior_Bank_of_Chicago



United States Secretary of Commerce

By DAN BERMAN | 6/25/13 3:18 PM EDT Updated: 6/26/13 9:55 AM EDT

The Senate on Tuesday easily confirmed Penny Pritzker as Commerce secretary, after early speculation that her nomination could cause trouble for the White House.
The vote was 97-1.

Vermont Independent Sen. Bernie Sanders was the only senator to vote against the nomination.

http://www.politico.com/story/2013/06/pe...93350.html

the two are not related, and do some research, it was Clinton's repeal of that bill that took away the boundary between banks and ultimately put us in the mess we got into in 2008 man...a silly bill? The few serious people in government out there are currently fighting to get it back in place...i'm not saying it didn't have flaws, but it opened the door for banks to shove it a lot farther and in a more unlubricated fashion than they could before slick willy repealed it.


Geezzzz

Lighten up and look up the below....

I was comparing Glass Stiegal being tossed out as an old " out-dated" law vs this guys view on the constitution. If he had his way he'd arrange and toss out parts of the constitution because he thinks it's out dated.





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