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Abuses Of Government By The Obama Administration

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  • Re: Abuses Of Government By The Obama Administration

    You forgot Dinesh D'Souza, how dare he mention the Great 0's father;

    '2016: Obama's America' Filmmaker Indicted for Violating Campaign Finance Laws - The Hollywood Reporter

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      The EPA has been ignoring Congress for nearly a year all the time imposing regulations that are costing our economy billions of dollars and people wonder why our economy is not recovering.


      Five Months Later, EPA Still Hasn

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      • Re: Abuses Of Government By The Obama Administration

        Originally posted by OldmanDan View Post
        The EPA has been ignoring Congress for nearly a year all the time imposing regulations that are costing our economy billions of dollars and people wonder why our economy is not recovering.


        Five Months Later, EPA Still Hasn
        Obama's administration just doesn't comply with legitimate congressional demands when they don't like them. It's like that for the EPA, and it's like that when negotiating budget or debt increases.

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          The whole administration believes they are above the law.

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            Ted Cruz (R-TX) was on Face the Nation with Bob Schieffer last weekend.

            In answering Bob's question, he began criticizing the abuse of power we're seeing from this administration. NOT ONLY did Schieffer cut him off and interrupt him more than once ... BUT that segment of his interview wasn't even aired by CBS.

            http://content.jwplatform.com/previe...tvFiR-OwlNfjNX

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            • Re: Abuses Of Government By The Obama Administration

              I would like to make a statement here, not necessarily tied to any post in this thread----------------->

              While only some Americans have rued the day that Obama went off the reservation and has tried to eliminate separation of powers, at some point in time, all Americans will hate what it has brought us. No man/woman, is smart enough to decide for everyone what is in their best interest, and Obama trying to break these walls of protection will end up bringing grief to everyone.

              Imagine an election where a libertarian has a 30% pol rating, and both a republican and democrat candidate have the same too. These candidates names are as follows........GW Bush, Barack Obama, and Jimmy Carter. Which one of these people are you going to elect, and after you do, are you happy about giving them the keys to your economic life?

              Oh yeah, I forgot..........congress can keep them totally in check. No they can't, you opened the flood gates with the first Obama, and every President from here forward if you do not demand those gates be closed; no matter what he/she thinks, are going to walk right through the doors you opened, and you are going to be at the whim of whatever they think, whenever they think it, no matter how conservative/libertarian/progressive they are.

              Even if the next President is a conservative republican, I could never support this, nor could most....if not all of the conservatives who reside on this board. But it doesn't make a difference what we think, and I have little doubt that he/she will drive through the gate you provided. While you think it is all good now, is that really the consequences you want to pay later!

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              • Re: Abuses Of Government By The Obama Administration

                How do you get the toothpaste back in the tube?

                It's an interesting question, because once the precedent has been set how to you prevent it in the future?

                Do you have to hit the reset button on the Constitution with an Article V?

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                  Getting the toothpaste back into the tube. Article V Convention? Seems that many are of a similar thought.
                  BALTIMORE - It is something never before done. And like so many journeys, it is beginning with a single step.

                  The “it” is an Article V Convention in which states propose amendments to the U.S. Constitution, and that single step was taken through a letter sent to every state lawmaker, each Speaker and each Senate President in the country amid a backdrop of perceived dysfunction in Washington, D.C., that includes the troubled rollout of the Affordable Care Act , a partial government shutdown and a national debt climbing ever higher.

                  The letter, titled “The Mount Vernon Assembly,” invites each state to send up to three lawmakers to Washington’s historic Mount Vernon Home on Dec. 7.

                  At this point, more than 100 legislators from 30 states confirmed they will be attending. There is also a waiting list to get in because of capacity limits. A spokeswoman for Maryland House Speaker Michael Busch says his office has not heard of the Assembly, nor do they plan to attend. ABC2 contacted Senate President Thomas “Mike” Miller’s office. We are awaiting a response.

                  To keep outside influences to a minimum, all attendees are paying for their own expenses and must be currently serving as a state legislator.
                  State delegates meet at Washington

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                  • Re: Abuses Of Government By The Obama Administration

                    More Chicago style politics



                    Confirmed: Obama Inaugural Donor In Charge of Dinesh D’Souza Prosecution

                    What didn’t make the news is that Preet Bharara is a big Obama donor.
                    News Alert reported:

                    The indictment of conservative activist Dinesh D’Souza raises some troubling questions. The man leading charge against D’Souza is Preet Bharara, who does little to hide his partisan nature.

                    Can Dinesh D’Souza get a fair trial when Preet Bharara is listed as a “Obama Inaugural Donor” according to Open Secrets. All of this raises a larger question, why did Justice Department employees make the top 20 list of financial donors to Barack Obama in 2008 and 2012?
                    Confirmed: Obama Inaugural Donor In Charge of Dinesh D’Souza Prosecution | The Gateway Pundit

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                      GIbson Guitar Defies Obama Regime – Uses Confiscated Wood to Produce Government Series Guitar Complete With American Eagle

                      Gibson Guitar Henry Juszkiewicz was invited to Obama’s speech to Congress in September 2011. He refused to be intimidated by the Obama regime. (TPM)

                      In 2009 Gibson Guitar came under attack by the the Obama Justice Department for accusations that the company broke American Indian laws. Henry Juszkiewicz, the CEO of Gibson Guitars, Inc., said the government suggested that the company’s use of unfinished wood from India was illegal, not because of U.S. law, but because of the Justice Department’s interpretation of a law in India. What raised many eyebrows about the confiscation was that the countries involved, India and Madagascar, indicated that they were not interested in pursuing the matter when contacted by the Department of Justice. The company’s real crime was that they donated to Republican candidates and not to Obama.

                      As the American Thinker reported : After spending nearly two and half million dollars in legal fees and paying a $300,000 fine, the government has settled with Gibson and has finally returned the confiscated tonewood. Normally that would be the end of the story, with a victory scored for partisan government bullying of political opponents, however, that is not the end.

                      Gibson took that wood and made it into the Government Series II Les Paul.
                      GIbson Guitar Defies Obama Regime – Uses Confiscated Wood to Produce Government Series Guitar Complete With American Eagle | The Gateway Pundit

                      And people say that big companies control government.

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                      • Re: Abuses Of Government By The Obama Administration

                        Originally posted by OldmanDan View Post
                        More Chicago style politics



                        Confirmed: Obama Inaugural Donor In Charge of Dinesh D’Souza Prosecution



                        Confirmed: Obama Inaugural Donor In Charge of Dinesh D’Souza Prosecution | The Gateway Pundit
                        This smells like a serious case of corruption to me. Favored donors getting paid back with choice appointments that further their careers. All that needs to be added to this is that they are incompetent to boot, and the circle would be complete: Rebirth of the Chicago Democratic machine politics within this administration.

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                          Email: IRS’s Lerner, Treasury Department secretly drafted new rules to restrict nonprofits

                          The Obama administration’s Treasury Department and former IRS official Lois Lerner conspired to draft new 501(c)(4) regulations to restrict the activity of conservative groups in a way that would not be disclosed publicly, according to the House Committee on Ways and Means.

                          The Treasury Department and Lerner started devising the new rules “off-plan,” meaning that their plans would not be published on the public schedule. They planned the new rules in 2012, while the IRS targeting of conservative groups was in full swing, and not after the scandal broke in order to clarify regulations as the administration has suggested.
                          Read more: Email: IRS, Treasury drafted rules to restrict nonprofits | The Daily Caller

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                          • Re: Abuses Of Government By The Obama Administration

                            Originally posted by OldmanDan View Post
                            Email: IRS’s Lerner, Treasury Department secretly drafted new rules to restrict nonprofits



                            Read more: Email: IRS, Treasury drafted rules to restrict nonprofits | The Daily Caller
                            Where there's smoke, there's generally a fire. Like in this case. Al those who claimed to the contrary, . . . . FOAD.

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                            • Re: Abuses Of Government By The Obama Administration

                              Originally posted by eohrnberger View Post
                              Getting the toothpaste back into the tube. Article V Convention? Seems that many are of a similar thought.
                              State delegates meet at Washington
                              Yes sir, I agree completely, article 5. It appears to me to be the only way possible to contain our federal government.

                              As an aside........let me be as clear as possible.......the reason that states rights scare progressives is--------->while their states have the majority of the electoral votes, there are far more red states than blue. Now then, with states rights, no amount of red states can demand a blue state do what they want inside their borders. They can be as progressive as they want, do anything that is constitutionally legal they want, and is highly doubtful that a meeting of the states would change anything going on inside blue states. On the other hand, if states rights are returned as envisioned under the constitution, Washington could not demand that red states do many of the things that the Fed requires them to do. The EPA, housing administration, department of labor, department of education, and a host of others would become flaccid, as many of these decisions would be made at state levels.

                              All of the planning, all of the Shang-Ri-La being within reach feelings of progressives would go up in smoke. What good is a progressive President, if he can't make Indiana comply with his, and his beauracrats edicts? And also, large businesses would flee states that had these edicts, and take up residence elsewhere. We already see that happening today, but it would increase 2 or 3 fold if states reasserted their rights.

                              This is the outcome of even a mildly aggressive article 5 convention, and we all can agree on that including progressives. The only difference is......we want our freedom from Washington, and their plans don't work unless they can find a way to continue to hold us hostage. I mean.....can you imagine Wall Street moving to Indiana? Texas? Louisiana? That takes away the progressives cash, and the ability to legislate "transfer of wealth," because to do so might mean they wouldn't have any wealth to confiscate, thus transfer.

                              We should all keep an eye on this article 5 convention deal as it continues, and if we have any sense at all, be involved if it comes to fruition. It is our states rights under the constitution, article 5 is in the constitution, and if progressives don't like it, that is nothing new....right! Every chance they get, the evade the constitution, and this is just the same old-same old from them.

                              And look, blue states can lean more left as they have more leeway and PROVE their ideas for economic growth are the correct ideas. We will follow suit because they are right, lololol. Or then again, maybe it will prove they are wrong, and that is another reason they are scared to death.
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