the First Amendment gives everyone “the right to be very critical of a Petty, handicapped mocking, unbalanced, whiny so-called President and criticize him strongly.”
I can't think of any reason why we would allow a sworn elected official (a sitting President no-less!) to commit crimes to further his political career.
America is country different than others: we are not a 'people', we are not a 'culture', we are not a 'former monarchy', we are not a 'geographical area', we are not a 'theocracy' - we are an idea! And that idea was laid forth in the Constitution. Without law, we are nothing, and I have little respect for those that break it (particular our civil servants and elected officials).
I said yes, absolutely. He was an exceedingly good President and I believe would have been remembered and considered as such.
Horse sense is the thing a horse has which keeps it from betting on people. ~W.C. Fields
He was actually a great President overall, I think it speaks to how far we, as the Public, have fallen when we outed Nixon for Watergate, but now don't seem to give a fudge about any misdeed of our politicians. But if you look at a lot of what Nixon did, there were lots of positives. Remember the old Vulcan proverb, "Only Nixon could go to China".
Last edited by Ikari; 06-08-15 at 04:51 PM.
You know the time is right to take control, we gotta take offense against the status quo
Originally Posted by A. de Tocqueville
NO!!! He took us off the gold standard (this is worse than Watergate). Gave us OSHA which probably was good in the beginning but has become waaaaay too powerful. Created the EPA which is KILLING us now. He opened up relations with China and now you can hardly buy anything that was not made in China and you can't get a job because everything is being manufactured in China. No, Nixon was not a good president and Watergate was not the worst thing he did.
Last edited by maquignon; 07-04-15 at 02:57 AM.