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The Republicans are not the only ones who have sworn an oath of office, to uphold and defend the Constitution of the United States. The Democrats in Congress may be in the same political party as Barak Obama, but he is violating the Constitution, and he is usurping powers that are designated to the Congress. That makes two reasons why even Democrats should be open to opposing Obama on his immigration edict. The Democrats have also been getting a drubbing because of following Obama's leadership. Each citizen needs to contact their elected national representatives (House and Senate), whether Republican or Democrat, and let them know that the nation is watching what they do. No really folks. It's all fine and dandy to post on comment pages, possibly good in fact. But these concerns need to be sent to our elected representatives. Those who are awake need to direct the ire toward those in office who have allowed things to get out of hand.
The Republicans are not the only ones who have sworn an oath of office, to uphold and defend the Constitution of the United States. The Democrats in Congress may be in the same political party as Barak Obama, but he is violating the Constitution, and he is usurping powers that are designated to the Congress. That makes two reasons why even Democrats should be open to opposing Obama on his immigration edict. The Democrats have also been getting a drubbing because of following Obama's leadership. Each citizen needs to contact their elected national representatives (House and Senate), whether Republican or Democrat, and let them know that the nation is watching what they do. No really folks. It's all fine and dandy to post on comment pages, possibly good in fact. But these concerns need to be sent to our elected representatives. Those who are awake need to direct the ire toward those in office who have allowed things to get out of hand.
No really folks. It's all fine and dandy to post on comment pages, possibly good in fact. But these concerns need to be sent to our elected representatives. Those who are awake need to direct the ire toward those in office who have allowed things to get out of hand.
That's only true if the Executive action is based upon a Constitutional power of the Executive Branch. If the Executive is merely enforcing law, law that was issued by Congress, then if Congress changes the law, the basis for the Executive action is undercut. If the Executive action is CONTRARY to existing law, then the Supreme Court has on occasion ruled that the Executive action was unconstitutional, unlawful, and therefore void. The trouble is, this violation of oath is so broad, impacting so many people, that it will be very messy rolling it all back. That's part of what he is counting on.
The Republicans are not the only ones who have sworn an oath of office, to uphold and defend the Constitution of the United States. The Democrats in Congress may be in the same political party as Barak Obama, but he is violating the Constitution, and he is usurping powers that are designated to the Congress. That makes two reasons why even Democrats should be open to opposing Obama on his immigration edict. The Democrats have also been getting a drubbing because of following Obama's leadership. Each citizen needs to contact their elected national representatives (House and Senate), whether Republican or Democrat, and let them know that the nation is watching what they do.
O' has to go!
The jury is in. Time for discussion is over. It's time for slogans. Spread the word: O' has to go"
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Why Obama's Majority Can't Govern

RedState08 Wrote: Sep 05, 2014 9:46 PM
The jury is in. The discussion is over. It's time for slogans. Spread the word: O' has to go!
The scary thing is that they still get to vote, and their vote counts just as much (if not leveraged two or three time with names from the cemetery) as a more rational person. God help us, and this once great nation!
On the other hand, he DID accomplish the goal to "unify the student body", just not the way he expected. Thank you students and those who support you for taking a stand.
Ok, I won't ask tax payers to pay for it, provided that the tax man doesn't take my money in order to pay for the indoctrination that comes from schools controlled by Common Core conformity. Give me a tax break for sending my child to a school of my choice, and I'll be happy with that.
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