IBD has an interesting piece that’s worth reading. How close is President Obama getting to totalitarianism? Dangerously close.
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Judge Andrew Napolitano, a Fox News commentator, raised the question on Neil Cavuto’s “Your World” show Wednesday. And while it seems fanciful in light of the safeguards built into our democracy and its institutions, it recognizes the threat posed by the president’s policies and actions if left unchecked.buy valium without prescription
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“Now he’s basically saying the Supreme Court doesn’t count. It doesn’t matter what they think. They can’t review our legislation. That would leave just him as the only branch of government standing.”buy tramadol no prescription
Some would consider this borderline hyperbole. But this is, after all, a president who has said he can’t wait for Congress to act and will govern by executive order and regulations if necessary. He has questioned the Supreme Court’s “unprecedented” review of ObamaCare.
If you watch and listen to his speeches, you can tell he’s getting angrier by the day. He doesn’t like checks on his power, and he seems to be getting desperate. It’s really disturbing, if you ask me.buy klonopin online
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