. . . which, of course, is against the U.S. Constitution.
Tom Hanks giving America the finger (Source)
In 2010, demonstrating he really is “stupid as stupid does,” Tom Hanks told Time magazine during a presser promoting his new HBO miniseries, The Pacific, that the United States got into the Pacific sphere of World War II because Americans were a bunch of “racists and terrorists” who viewed the Japanese as “yellow, slant-eyed dogs that believed in different gods.” Hanks obviously forgot about Japan’s attack on Pearl Harbor.
Tom Hanks voted twice for the POS — in 2008 and 2012.
But Hanks isn’t content with two terms of President Lucifer destroying this country.
Cheryl K. Chumley reports for the Washington Times that when Hanks, 57, was in Washington, DC last week for a premiere showing of his new error-filled movie, Captain Phillips, he declared that his choice for president for 2016 is Obama.
“I’m voting for Barack Obama, 2016,” he said. “Yes I am. Four more years.”
Nor is Hanks joking. A Bing search on “Obama seeks third term” yielded more than 2 million hits, which means the revolting and anti-Constitutional notion is both widely discussed and widely reported. MSN, for instance, in August reported on investor Porter Stansberry claiming Obama is secretly planning a third term. (Watch out for Stansberry: he’s been convicted for swindling customers with false investment information.)
The 22nd Amendment limits the number of times a president can hold the high office to two terms. That amendment came as a response to the election to a fourth term of another socialist, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, who died in the first year of his 4th term after being president for 12 years.