I have tried to explain to people that it is less what Obama says and more what he does that matters, but many still refuse to believe that the man wants to be a dictator. Until they hear him say it, they will not believe this is what Obama really wants. But I wonder, even if it were reported that Obama said he wanted to be a dictator, would those people believe Obama then? I bet they wouldn’t:
“Guys, I don’t want politics to be a limit of what you recommend to me,” Obama told senior aides David Plouffe, Lew, Dan Pfeiffer and Pete Rouse a couple of weeks after his reelection, according to a White House aide with direct knowledge of the meeting.
“Let’s come up with an agenda, then let’s figure it out from there as best we can,” he said, prodding them to adopt a more muscular approach to the use of executive power. “We can’t let the driving force of what we pass be Congress.”
This explains all those executive orders. The problem with executive orders is they cannot carry the weight of law. That is a violation of the Constitution and the separation of powers. But has that stopped Obama from passing laws by executive order? No! Has it stopped him from literally amending or eradicating Constitutional protections? No! Do you know what that’s called?
1a : a person granted absolute emergency power; especially : one appointed by the senate of ancient Rome
b : one holding complete autocratic control
c : one ruling absolutely and often oppressively
2: one that dictates
Well, there you go: Obama said it, then he demonstrated he meant it through his actions. Now do you believe you are supporting a dictator? If not, what will it take: a bullet to the back of your head? Because – and trust me on this one – if you do not stop them, sooner or later, they WILL get around to doing just that. They always do.