Who was the biggest winner in Washington for 2014? There is only once choice. The winner is Barack Hussein Obama. No one else even came close. Our president hit home run after home run. Obama went his own way. When he wanted to do something he ignored what our Constitution, our laws, Congress, and even the people demanded.
Temporary Amnesty: 5 Huge Executive Action Problems
It’s not like he didn’t warn us, so why did we let Obama pull temporary amnesty out of his bag of tricks and dump it in our laps on Thursday night? All the signs were there. He told us what he was going to do.
Obama Can’t Lead: the Really Simple Reason Why
Need proof that Obama can’t lead? Start at the South China Sea, work your way over to Ferguson, Missouri, visit the U.S. Capitol, hover over the Middle East, and end your journey in Ukraine. Every one of these places is proof that Obama can’t lead anything.
Obama Impeachment? Nixon’s Abuse of Power Was Different.
Conservatives still get excited talking about an Obama impeachment six years into a presidency rife with abuses of power no one has been able to stop. We can’t expect much from members of Congress while they spend the next few months trying to keep their jobs, but even if the GOP takes the Senate this fall do we want to suffer the damage an Obama impeachment would bring to a country already stirred up over race and inequality?
Boehner’s Threats to Obama End as House Gives Up
It has been a raucous summer for the GOP House. John Boehner’s threats to Obama flew, some right at the president, others at his Democratic enablers in the Senate. The White House plan to spend billions to aid foreign intruders went down the drain.
Freedom from Being American Liberates Obama
When you are president of the United States and you can’t do your job because of your country’s Constitution, what can you do? Declare freedom from being American. Ignore our system of government. Disregard America’s laws. Threaten to do whatever it takes to get your way.
Why Poor People Are Behind Obama’s Spending
Is America still in a recession, or is the problem that we have not dedicated enough funding to poor people with the flimsy excuse that we are helping the middle class recover?
No one likes to admit it, but poor people are not good for rousing sympathy from taxpayers, especially when calls for more spending are politically motivated.