Well then never spend currency nor trust or follow anything from the Supreme Court in which the commandments are displayed on their building.
You know the really boring technical part of the constitution? Yeah that's why you do what they say. Artistic motifs, and rhetoric dialogue do not detract from temporal authority.
Actually checking up on this, it's not even the commandments, it's part of a frieze that also has mohommed and confucious on it.
ALL THE BUILDINGS IN WASHINGTON ARE IN THE FORMS OF ROMAN TEMPLES OMG NOES
As usual your style of argument is... special. Constantly rephrasing someone elses opinion is just childish. This thread is barely readable between the Bush fanbois and the Democrats-r-great-because-they-r-different-and-I-cant-conceive-of-the-world-5-years-in-the-future swing voters. You top them all though. I honestly dont even know why you quote people since you are never replying to the substance, just making caricatures of popular culture. It's like watching a real life version of cable news.
At the thread in general:
The fact that no one can concede to reality is the entire problem (viz w_a_w). Until anyone lets go of their opinion that what they believe is perfect, is in fact highly suspect, nothing will change. Youll have the same brain dead 50-50 factions voting for what they've feel is right.
Republicans idol worship too much, in the party leadership anyway. They rarely call each other out on actually upholding republican values once they are in charge and play follow the leader too much.
Democrats... have a lot wrong, but particularly they suffer from 20/20 hindsight. No one ever looks at what they were doing when a decision was made, they just criticize failures and co-opt successes. That and it's easier to criticize when you -arent- in charge.
Both parties, are populist. Honestly you can barely tell them apart except for some divisive issues they have adopted to attract certain minority votes (pro life for the repulbicans for example).
On top of all this. The president isnt even that important to everyday issues. They are judged on a lot of criteria they have zero control over. People bitch about the most mundane shit and think it's the fault of the executive branch of government. Reality check, supreme court justices have more defacto power over the law than the entire executive branch. Congress and the senate are responsible, wholly, for legislation.