Sunday, July 19, 2015

Obama's Legacy is a Future American Dictator

Presidents spend their waning years in office formulating a legacy.  Future historians will no doubt look upon Barack Obama’s tenure as a transformative one.  If they’re honest, and this country isn’t under a dictatorship, they’ll write no president had such a callous disregard for the citizens of this country as our American Nero.  No president has cultivated and profited by dividing subset groups as our American King Phillip II.  No president has shown this much contempt for the English language, the Christian religion, our institutions, and Constitution as our American Hugo Chavez. 

None of Barack Obama’s accomplishments could have happened without the mainstream medias fawning adulation.  This president’s extra-constitutional, executive edicts and agreements wouldn’t have been possible had he been a white republican.  The press would’ve vilified him as a dictator and ultimately demanded his impeachment.  Instead, they marvel at the Anointed One’s audacity and brilliance.  They are accessories to his crimes.

The Iranian nuclear deal is a case in point on the extra-constitutional measures the Obama administration will resort in order to advance an agenda.  The Associated Press outlined the contempt this president has for Congress and ultimately the America people.

Congress has 60 days to review the Iran deal. While lawmakers can't block the agreement itself, they can try to pass new sanctions on Iran or block the president from waiving existing penalties.

Some Republicans say the White House is trying to pre-empt congressional actions by seeking an endorsement of the nuclear deal at the United Nations Security Council next week. Tennessee Sen. Bob Corker, the chairman of the Senate foreign relations committee, wrote Obama a letter urging him to postpone the U.N. vote until after Congress considers the agreement.

The White House says the U.N. vote has no bearing on the status of unilateral American sanctions on Iran.

But Michael Hayden, who served as CIA director under former President George W. Bush, says the White House's push for quick U.N. action seems to have a longer-term goal than circumventing this Congress. Seeking the United Nations' stamp of approval for the deal, Hayden said, appears to be "for the express purpose of locking in the next president of the United States."

Barack Obama has set a dangerous precedent with his executive orders and agreements.  He has laid the groundwork for an American dictatorship.  We all know it won’t be a conservative that grabs the reins of power.  The press will see to that.


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