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Obama's Gangster Government Operates Above the Law

Righty3 Wrote: Feb 14, 2013 6:46 PM
The NLRB issue is quite amazing. Despite a court ruling, they continue to sit and pass judgments, knowing they will be vacated by future courts - but it's much more than this. Being illegally appointed, these folks have no right to draw a salary, to administer the budget of the NLRB or otherwise spend taxpayer money. And the media ignores it, the people don't seem to care - and we just get more and more of the same. So my question is, when will we say "enough is enough", and what are we willing to do about it?
MarineGunner Wrote: Feb 15, 2013 12:42 AM
The problem we face is professional politicians in Congress. Yes, I understand that this article is about Barry's bad boys but they are enabled by the entire political cesspool in Washington, the heart of which is Congress. Democrats do outrageous, unconstitutional, even illegal things. Republicans pretend to object, hold out for awhile, then cave. Winks and nods all around. What's a mother to do? CONTACT YOUR STATE REPRESENTATIVE AND ...

DEMAND A CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT TO IMPOSE TERM LIMITS ON CONGRESS ... NOW!!!
Len196 Wrote: Feb 15, 2013 2:56 PM
Based on your previous comment you are not so naive to believe that all these guys that faught so hard to get there and who have now nice and warm places with huge future pencions and benefits would cut the branch that they are sitting on. Unfortunately our framers did not include it in the Constitution from the beginning. Now it will take as minimum a revolutution similar to what the framers have undertaken to get it into the Constitution.

Presidents' State of the Union addresses are delivered in the chamber of the House of Representatives in the Capitol. The classical majesty of this building where laws are made symbolizes the idea that we live under the rule of law.

Unfortunately, the 44th president is running an administration that too often seems to ignore the rule of law.

"We can't wait," Barack Obama took to saying after the Republicans captured a majority in the House and refused to pass laws he wanted. He would act to get what he wanted regardless of law.

One example: his recess appointments in January 2012...