Obama Ignores the Constitution…And Two Branches of Government

Just another revealing thought our King, I mean President, let slip among his recent and repeated comments about ignoring Congress.  He’s going to “do it without them”.  “Them” being the two other branches of government outlined in our Constitution.  Neither does he respect the views of Congress, nor those of our “Supreme” Court.  Witness his treatment of the Justices during his State of the Union address.  To Obama, our Constitution is just an unfortunate inconvenience.  When two of the three branches of government get in the way he commands them to disappear…

“Where Congress is not willing to act, we’re going to go ahead and do it ourselves.”

via Drudge, from Real Clear Politics

In an interview with a local news channel from Colorado Springs, Colorado, President Obama says if Congress is not willing to pass legislation he wants, he will do it himself in order to win another term.

Rob Quirk, KOAA-TV: “And one year from today we will know if this a one-term or two-term president. So, I asked the president what will it take from now until then to not only win Colorado again, but reelection as well.”

President Obama: “Well, what we’re going to have to do is continue to make progress on the economy over the next several months. And where Congress is not willing to act, we’re going to go ahead and do it ourselves. But it would be nice if we could get a little bit of help from Capitol Hill.”

The “Charters of Freedom” were brilliantly designed by our Founding Fathers to keep tyranny in check and protect our country’s freedom.  Why would Obama want to ignore that?

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