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Will Obama destroy Constitution?

Published October 8, 2013 1:01 am
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Will Barack Obama destroy the Constitution once and for all?

The president has been threatening default in order to push Congress into raising the debt limit.

We don't need any more debt. How about controlling some spending instead? His disgusting use of harassment at various public monuments is the tactic of a mob boss thug. If the shoe fits.

His minions, Nancy Pelosi and Harry Reid, are saying things like the cupboard is bare and it's all the tea party's fault. There is also a quiet attempt to sneak an amnesty bill through by Nancy Reid.

Will Obama step over the Congress again and raise the debt limit himself if he doesn't get exactly what he wants? That's what he's hinting at.

His various oversteps of congressional authority already qualify him for impeachment, but the current House speaker doesn't have the strength-of-will to draw up the articles.

The president acts like a vicious dictator, and it sails right over the heads of too many Americans, mainly because his media do everything for him.

Will he do it? Will he smash the Constitution to bits once and for all? We will see.

Frederick Anderson

Salt Lake City




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