Barack Obama has trampled the Constitution both literally and figuratively. He is the closest thing to a dictator of the United States we’ve seen in a very long time. President McStompyfeet has a hissy fit every time Congress doesn’t obey him exactly as he demands and he then sets off on an uncharted course, bending every conceivable law to its limit to satiate his wants.
Congress isn’t jumping to act immediately following the Oregon shooting of nine white people by a black man and so it’s Executive Action for our Chavez/Maduro wannabe.
In response to the latest mass shooting during his presidency, President Obama is seriously considering circumventing Congress with his executive authority and imposing new background-check requirements for buyers who purchase weapons from high-volume gun dealers.
Under the proposed rule change, dealers who exceed a certain number of sales each year would be required to obtain a license from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives and perform background checks on potential buyers.
As the president heads to Roseburg, Ore., on Friday to comfort the survivors and families of those killed in last week’s mass shooting at Umpqua Community College, the political calculus around his most vexing domestic policy issue is shifting once again.
Barack Chavez has only until January 2017 to inflict more of his version of social justice on this country and he’s got a lot of work in front of him.
Hitlary Hillary Clinton wants in on the action. Clinton already thinks herself better than anyone and truly believes rules are not for her. Fortunately, people are beginning to see it.
The response from the focus group was so negative Morning Joe had to cut parts of it out so the liberals on the show would not have tantrums.
Yes, Hillary’s a bitch. But it promises to get worse. If elected, Clinton would be a dictator bitch- a worthy successor to the wannabe dictator we’re saddled with now. According to Vox, it’s want democrats yearn for:
Hillary Clinton knows what Democrats want from their next president: someone who uses the bulked-up power of the presidency to drive a progressive agenda.
From closing the gun show loophole to tightening the “Volcker Rule” to cut down on risky speculative investing, Clinton is crafting plans to go it alone in major policy areas. That’s important because in an era in which Congress can’t function — particularly when power is closely divided between the parties — the executive actions a president takes unilaterally are among the most consequential policies enacted.
Sure, there are some Democrats who chew their nails when thinking about Clinton’s Machiavellian side, but most are nonetheless glad to see signs that she’s not going to get rolled by a Republican Congress. The scope of what she’s promising to do by herself is unprecedented from a top candidate for the presidency.
Barack Frankenbama got elected promising to be exactly the opposite of what he really is. He promised to be a uniter. He promised not try to go around Congress or the Constitution. He was against the personal mandate. He made a lot of promises and none of them were honest. He really is the most dishonest person any of us have ever seen. He even knocked over a country to help Clinton and her pals with business ventures. Even the twits at Vox note:
Obama, who criticized President George W. Bush’s use of signing statements, went on to use a full panoply of executive powers — including memoranda, orders, and actions — to enact the policies he wanted. And that didn’t always sit well with liberals: His justification for killing Americans suspected of terrorism abroad and military action in Libya were among the uses of power that made them uneasy.
In that regard, Clinton is more honest. She plans to be a dictator and makes no bones about it.
Clinton has latched on to some of them. She says she’ll appoint Supreme Court justices who would overturn the Citizens United decision that ushered in a new era of soft money in politics and force government contractors to disclose political donations. She says she’ll make sure her Homeland Security secretary is more lenient about deportations, and that she will close the “gun show loophole” by requiring private gun sellers to register as licensed dealers. The rest of her policy on guns, which follows on 23 executive actions taken by Obama in the wake of the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre in December 2012, matches up well with proposals from gun control advocacy groups such as Everytown for Gun Safety. She’s got her party behind her on that and the mechanics of using a voter mandate to implement the rest of her agenda.
So the left is all fired up for a dictator President. Thing is- what if a Republican wins? Will they be so enthusiastic about a strong conservative agenda powered by Executive Actions?
Rhetorical question- would the left whine like stuck pigs were that to transpire?
They’re all for a dictator-as long it’s their dictator.
Clinton shows that her principles are firmly planted in jello when she turns against the TPP after publicly supporting it 45 times. She has referred to the TPP as one of her “achievements” as SoS. Her words mean absolutely nothing, just as Obama’s do. Her email scandal proves that the rules don’t apply to her.
George Bush wanted to reform social security but dropped the notion when he could not get bipartisan support. democrats have killed the notion of bipartisanship. Killed it and buried it. They’ve served notice that that is not about to change. Clinton is not running for President. She’s running for dictator.
A benevolent dictator is a still a dictator. The fruits of dictatorship are available for all to see in Venezuela.
So- are you ready for a dictator?