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By Ted Rueter

ISBN-10: 0740772368

ISBN-13: 9780740772368

Ted Rueter panders to Republican occasion traces via amassing 370 oratorical guffaws credited to well known politicians. labeled in alphabetical order and awarded by means of topic subject, the quips include:
Osama bin weighted down: "[Osama bin encumbered] is both alive and good or alive and never good or now not alive." --Donald Rumsfeld

Misunderestimation: "They misunderestimated me." --George W. Bush

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Horst Meier, Parteiverbote und demokratische Republik. Zur Interpretation und Kritik von Art. 21 Abs. 2 des Grundgesetzes, Baden-Baden 1993, S. 264 ff. Einen guten Überblick bietet Hartmut Maurer, »Das Verbot politischer Parteien«, in: Archiv des öffentlichen Rechts 96 (1971), S. 203–236. Zu den zwei Arten der Legalität politischer Parteien vgl. Meier, Parteiverbote, a. a. , S. , 384. BVerfG, Az. 2000, Abs. Nr. 93 – Zeugen Jehovas (www. de). Vgl. , in: Neue Politische Literatur (1957), S. 351–368.

Denn der Vorwurf, die NPD beeinträchtige durch neonazistische, also evident verfassungswidrige Propaganda die freiheitliche demokratische Grundordnung, genügt nicht. 18 Man muß daher fragen: Geht die NPD hier und heute konkret »darauf aus«, die Demokratie zu beseitigen? Wie verhalten sich ihre Anhänger? Ist sie der NSDAP »wesensverwandt«, mithin als deren Nachfolgeorganisation anzusehen? Letzteres konnte das Verfassungsgericht 1952 für die »Sozialistische Reichspartei« (SRP) allein deshalb bejahen, weil sie von bekennenden Nazis dominiert war.

40 Horst Meier Vergleicht man die aktuelle Materialsammlung mit den Verbotsanträgen des Jahres 2001, so fällt auf, dass sie ganz nach der altbekannten, auf Zitate fixierten Machart gestrickt wurde. 20 Dass die NPD eine antidemokratische Partei ist, die in ihrer Propaganda schrille fremdenfeindliche Töne anschlägt und auch antisemitische Ressentiments erkennen lässt; eine Partei, die Elemente nationalsozialistischer Ideologie mit sich schleppt und personelle wie aktionsbezogene Berührungspunkte mit der neonazistischen Kameradschaftsszene aufweist – all dies ist längst bekannt.

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