"I have a question for all my friends who have served or are currently serving in our military … having not put on a uniform nor taken any type military oath, there has to be something that I am just not aware of. But I cannot and do not understand why no action is being taken against our domestic enemy. I know he is supposedly the commander in chief, but the constitution gives you the authority," she wrote in the post. "What am I missing? Thank you for your bravery and may God keep you safe." (our emphasis)"What am I missing?" A brain?! (Sorry, that was too easy.)
So, a low-level (not to mention low-functioning) Republican office holder yearns for some Francisco Franco action. "[T]he constitution gives you the authority." Must be thinking about the constitution of Tomainia. Can we have a little military coup in the Recorder of Deeds office in Jefferson County, MO?
Is that all you got?
Not when North Carolina Bible-thumping peckerwood Republican Rep. Walter Jones (R - Moonshine) is on the loose:
Jones said that as a “Ron Paul-type Republican” he believed that saving the country was going to take leaders who “understand that we have a bible and we have a constitution. And if we do not follow the Constitution then we will continue to go down this road of collapsing.”
“That’s what we need to do is to have a revolution in this country, and not talking about gun necessarily,” he added. “I’m talking about a revolution of people getting out of their offices and getting into the streets letting their voices be heard. (our emphasis)Not necessarily, mind you! But if the darn heathen Democrats don't