Fight The Power

“This is not about policy. … [It is about] this administration’s disregard for the law. [President Obama and his deputies are] the greatest set of lawbreakers that have run the federal government in our lifetimes.” —Ken Cuccinelli, Virginia AG

“The only difference between socialism and communism is an AK-47 aimed at your head.” —Quang Nguyen

As the Dictator…uh, President…of the United States issues his latest lawless decree,

…the Establishment of the Interagency Trade Enforcement Center.

The order begins with the line, “By the authority vested in me as President by the Constitution and the laws of the United States of America,” which begs the question: Is the president ignorant or indifferent?

The Constitution gives the president no such power to regulate commerce. This power is exclusive to the Congress. 

…the attorneys general of nine sovereign states prepare to fight him in our increasingly irrelevant courts of law:

As chief legal officers of the states and commonwealths, attorneys general are the last line of defense against an increasingly overreaching federal government

…While some naïvely argue that the Constitution should “evolve” due to the fact that our Founders could not have foreseen the issues faced by our country today, they forget that the Founders faced tyranny firsthand and understood it well.  This led to the creation of a Constitution that relies on limited government, precisely to protect our citizens from today’s unprecedented overstepping of the “division of authority.”

…While each Attorney General has policy disagreements with the Obama Administration, those disagreements are not what serve as the basis for this effort…The purpose of this report is to outline actions taken by this Administration that are violations of law…

Read the rest here.

Win, lose, or draw, at least the AGs are showing more backbone than most of the so-called ‘conservatives’ in the United States Congress, who seem to be equipped with less testosterone than Barack Obama’s trans-gendered ex-nanny:

[…] Yes, several House committees have conducted or scheduled hearings on the purported recess appointments. That’s a good start. But Congress should do much more. Talk is cheap.

Several conservative senators have condemned the president’s actions…But none have attempted to use their authority to actually do something about it. This failure will further depress voters who expected conservatives in Congress to use their new numbers to stop abuses. That is in stark contrast with what liberals have done in the past.

And what of the Appeaser-In-Chief’s very own attorney general, last seen schmoozing it up with liberal Lee Bollinger, president of Columbia U, that citadel of progressive academia in the Big Apple:

“Affirmative action has been an issue since segregation practices. The question is not when does it end, but when does it begin. … When do people of color truly get the benefits to which they are entitled?”

In America, friend Holder, citizens are entitled to three things only—Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness—and they aren’t “benefits”; they’re God-given rights.  You really should tell your boss.

See: Why Obama is Possibly a Communist Mole via Rogue Government

President Obama’s Shocking Three Year Report Card: = F- via Voting American


About Bob Mack

Retired since 2003. Military Service: U.S. Army, 36th Artillery Group, Babenhausen, Germany 1966-67; 1st Signal Brigade, Republic of Vietnam, 1967-68 Attended University of Miami, 1969-73
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9 Responses to Fight The Power

  1. I let my Representative, whom I campaigned for as an Asst. Director of Field Ops, have it for the House GOP not exercising oversight or the power of the purse over this lawless, reckless, brazen administration. I’m going to have to conclude the GOP are in on it if they don’t do something. And I don’t write that lightly.

  2. Bob Mack says:

    The way things are going, we’d be better off if “Evie” –Barry’s ex-nanny– was Speaker of the House. Below is the vid of Quang Nguyen’s remarks:

    (H/T to Tom & Jim)

  3. The Patriot Act and NDAA pass with bipartisan support. That tells me that they are all rotten.

  4. With Dingy Harry in charge of the Senate, there is nothing that will stop this rouge regime between now and November. What we really need to do is to shout about these unconstitutional actions from the rooftops between now and Nov and get every friend, relative, neighbor, the person in line behind you in the supermarket, everyone you can possibly influence … to vote for whoever the GOP candidate is!

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  6. Bob Mack says:

    From National Review:

    Infinite Affirmative Action?

    […] Some say Holder has already been presiding over the most race-absorbed Justice Department in history. Career civil-rights attorneys such as former Voting Rights section chief Christopher Coates have resigned in disgust, citing the administration’s repeated refusal to apply civil-rights laws evenhandedly. In his book Injustice, former Justice Department attorney J. Christian Adams has documented with eyewitness accounts that then-deputy assistant attorney general for civil rights Julie Fernandes told Justice lawyers that the new administration was only interested in “traditional civil rights work,” which to her meant “helping minorities.” As she put it before her appointment: “The law was written to protect black people.” More recently, the Holder administration’s affirmative-action guidelines for colleges and universities, issued in December, are clearly intended to increase the use of race-preferential admissions policies. Could it be that Holder has not yet begun to fight?

  7. Freedom, by the way says:

    Thank God for the States’ AT for taking up the fight agains imperilism. But that angres me to that the federal government has sunk so low in its disregard for the constitution that it needs an eternal pack of watchdogs.

  8. bunkerville says:

    Rep. Darrell Issa (R-CA) today opened the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA) to the American people and all stakeholders who were excluded during the development of the intellectual property (IP) enforcement agreement and we have a trifecta of insults on our liberty.

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