Tuesday, December 16, 2014

Emperor Obama says, " I just took an action to change the law."

In case you missed it:
Prior to granting amnesty to five million illegal aliens President Obama had said as many as 20 times that he had no authority to do so. He had said that only Congress could change the law.  In 2013 he said that he was “not king” and “not the emperor” in response to questions about stopping deportations and providing temporary legal status to undocumented workers. Then when he granted amnesty, he claimed he did not change the law but asserting his authority as president to enforce the nation's laws with discretion and said what he was doing was not amnesty but deferred action and prioritizing deportations.

Well, yesterday he dropped the pretense. In response to a protestor who was unhappy that amnesty did not extend far enough he said, "what you are not paying attention to is the fact that I just took an action to change the law.

The United States Constitution says the legislative power is held by Congress, not by the president. Under our form of government, the President cannot make laws.  Only Congress can make laws. From now on "President" Obama should be referred to as Emperor Obama.

Here is the video where is says, "I just took an action to change the law."

When he doesn't have his teleprompter, he accidentally tells the truth.

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