WASHINGTON, November 25, 2014 – When President Barack Obama became the first black president of the United States his actions and policies made it quite evident to most Americans that he had rather been born into kingship, or endowed by royalty, than elected the leader of a democracy.
On November 20 2014, the President made it clear once again that he preferred kingship over being just a president when he snubbed his nose at the American people and Congress with yet another Executive Order. On that day, he announced amnesty for about five million people that have parked themselves in America without authority; in other words, they are here illegally.
Obama, who was a “senior lecturer” at the University of Chicago and taught classes on the Constitution, apparently read that document, but also apparently does not care about it. When he addressed the American people about his intentions, he was really saying, “it makes no difference what you stupid people want, I am President, and I know what is best, so you American people can go to hell as far as I care.”
As we all know, this attitude isn’t new to politics, but Obama has taken it to a new level which is dangerous and sets a new precedent for the future. If this decision goes un-checked by the Congress and the American people, it will make it easier for future president and politicians to run rough-shod over the will of the people. It will also essentially make Congress and the Judiciary irrelevant.
Surly this isn’t what President Obama has in mind, or is it?
America has seen indications of Obama’s inclinations throughout his presidency. We had clues that he was moving to tear down the old traditions and the solid foundations in which America was built and replace it with his own rendition of progressive policies bordering on socialism. He made no secret of it. America should have seen it coming.
Not all the ills of the present can be attributed to the President. From the beginning, the president has been carried by the far left wing. These people didn’t care about America.
Every four years we are given the privilege of casting our vote for President of the United States. This should never be taken lightly. America needs to elect those representatives who respect and follow the Constitution of the United States.
To be an American is something special. Will the millions migrating to America whether by boat or airplane, or crossing the borders on the South or the North, embrace that ideal? Will they see America a place to grow and raise their families? Or by their coming to America, will they dilute America’s ideals and values and bring with them hate and mistrust?
To my readers it may seem that I do a lot of ranting and raving, and I suppose that I do, but borrowing from the words of Martin Luther king, “I too have a dream.”
I dream of an America that has a respect for the Judeo-Christian heritage in which we have been so endowed with, and I also have a dream that we can look to our President and say, “ This man is a good man, this man is an honest man, This man will tell the truth, This man understand America, This man is a true American.”
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