Wednesday, January 29, 2014

Obama makes like his economy is doing well, but is it?

Obama made like the economy was doing so well because of his policies. If this were the case, then why are 50 million people on food stamps? Why are twenty million more people on food stamps than when you were inaugurated.

Why, if the economy is growing so rapidly and if job creation is so momentous, do we need emergency unemployment extensions? Why are 92 million Americans on the sidelines? 

If we've got such a robust, roaring economy, and the job market is racing back to normal, as he said in his speech, why are 92 million Americans not in it?

Why are so many Americans losing their health insurance? Why are so many Americans now unable to afford health insurance after the implementation of Obamacare?

(For more on how crappy the economy is doing, click here)

But none of this scares me as much as when Obama said this:
I'm eager to work with all of you. But America does not stand still, and neither will I. So wherever and whenever I can take steps without legislation to expand opportunity for more American families, that's what I'm gonna do.
Basically, he was saying here that he doesn't care about the U.S. Constitution nor the rule of law.

For Obama, and others like him, the Constitution is not a document to be revered, it’s an obstacle to overcome. And his administration has been very creative in devising new ways to bypass it.

Any laws passed should be done by following the constitution and the rule of law, not by ignoring it. And I don't care who the president is, nor what he wants to make law.

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