Wait, isn't this the same Barry Soetaro who said he was a "constitutional law professor"?
And yet he somehow fails in basic enforcement of said constitution
Of this, him and me agree on one point...
That the U.S. Constitution is deeply flawed.
And it is.
The fact and FLAW is this, it doesn't lay out any real punishment for those who write laws or the like or worse enforce these unconstitutional laws.
It should have been a matter of treason to do so and enforceable by any elected official/militia, etc, not just the US congress and senate, or by federal agents, who tend to be bound by politics more often than not. (I'd love to see a Virginia sheriff march over to the White House and put any sitting US president in custody and toss his butt in the clink for suspicion of high crimes and misdemeanors)
I totally believe in this: any representative, senator, judge, president, law enforcer or bureaucrat that violates, knowingly or not, through law, edict, or writ, the rights of the citizens of this great republic, should stand trial for treason, abuse of power, and numerous color of the law violations.
Then they should be stripped of their position (and can never ever serve in any public policy making or be re-elected forevermore), power, wealth (yes there should be a tax on wrongdoing, why not? there is a tax on everything else!), and if the charge is heinous enough, to lose their lives, immediately, to be summarily hung out back behind a federal courthouse (or shot, if they served in the military at some point).
And it should be televised.