Skip to comments.Obama: The Professor of Moronic Laws
Posted on 04/04/2012 11:13:19 AM PDT by NOBO2012
He claims to have a copy of one of Obamas final exam questions from his U of C class on constitutional law:
I have a copy of one of his final exams. It is a long hypothetical involving civil rights, which begins thus:
In part, Hardsvilles racial isolation is the result of white flight and the limited economic means at the disposal of the black community. It is also well documented, however, that Hardsvilles racial isolation arose in part due to decisions by a white-controlled city government prior to the seventies that were purposely discriminatory.
(Excerpt) Read more at deweyfromdetroit.com ...
Ive been growing weary of hearing people mention that hes a constitutional scholar, since he never published a single thing on the subject either as editor of the Harvard Law Review or as a member of the faculty at the University of Chicago Law School. But heyhe taught constitutional law, didnt he?
His course on constitutional law, one of several constitutional law courses on the U of C curriculum, dealt exclusively with the equal protection clause of the 14th Amendmentthe favorite, all-purpose clause for liberal jurists to use to right wrongs and make us more equal by judicial fiat. There is no evidence that Obama ever taught courses that considered other aspects of constitutionalism, such as executive power, the separation of powers, the Commerce Clause, or judicial review itself.
That's because that clause invokes the administrative jurisdiction that replaces the entirety of the rest of the Constitution.
ALL of it.
As in, privileges instead of rights.
For a Leftist, therefore, that IS the Constitution - really and actually.
And it's also the Constitution of the Courts, too - all of them. The original Constitution followed Common Law. An Act of Congress combined Common Law courts with Administrative Courts - i.e. the Courts can sit in either jursdictional capacity.
However, if you'd like to see what a SWAT team looks like, just try to get a Court to sit in their Common Law capacity.
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