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53% Say the Federal Government Threatens their “Rights and Freedoms”

AmericanObserver Wrote: Feb 01, 2013 2:32 PM
1) As stated, Obamacare is NOT a constitutional issue; it is a tax issue. All you did was say you don't want to be taxed. 2) The 'religious' issue under Ocare was already addressed by DHS with a waiver for those situations. 3) Search & seizure...perhaps, but that has been true of both parties. 4) Habeus corpus expansion? Again, true of both parties...heard of the Patriot Act? Don't put that on Obama. 5) EO's, again EVERY president has done that. If unconstitutional, then he will stop it immediately; i.e. he has to now. 6) Due process? Your example eludes me.

The president’s second inaugural address was what Charles Krauthammer and Charles R. Kessler, respectively, called an “ode to big government” and a “[reinterpretation of] American principles.” It was, in many ways, unapologetic and decidedly to the left of any inaugural oration delivered in modern American history -- and a far cry from the Lincolnian ideal. Ironically, however, while the American public evidently endorsed the status quo (i.e., trillion dollar plus-deficits, more bureaucracy, and bigger government) by re-electing the president, more Americans than ever believe that the federal government threatens their “