It isn’t just the word but who is opposing Obama’s power abuse that really matters.
Johnathan Turley once again bashes the usurpation taking place under Obama.
(TPNN)Respected liberal George Washington University Law School Professor, Jonathan Turley, speaking regarding the House GOP’s lawsuit against Obama for unconstitutionally using executive orders, issued a chilling statement on Wednesday, saying that “this could be a historic moment.”
We’ve been having one giant historical moment after another since the Usurper-in-Chief entered office, then rammed his Obamacare through despite all the warnings. Or his Libya adventure. To his recent campaign minions meddling in elections around the world. Fortunately, the rest of the world wasn’t as stupid as America to fall for their plans.
Unfortunately , Turley didn’t use the past tense. We have changed. Obama has changed it. And finally Congress applauded his efforts. About the only thing he hasn’t done yet is abolish the term limits. At this point that might even get wide approval. They’ve gone along with everything else he’s done — again, past tense. The fact that a suit is even in the courts is only an afterthought. Not that it is a real challenge.
But the problem goes much deeper in that we have an unimpeachable president. We are only kidding ourselves that we don’t. Certainly that was never the founders’ or the framers’ plan. It’s no longer King George across the pond we have to worry about. History has already been changed. The only recourse left is through unwilling-to-act courts.(everyone knows that too) So the genie is already out of the bottle.
“Our system is changing, and this body [Congress] is the one branch that must act, if we are to reverse those changes,” Turley urged.
Turley said that there is a new model of government emerging, one in which our Founding Fathers thoroughly rejected, and pointed out that when Obama announced his unconstitutional dictatorial powers, Democrats in Congress cheered him on.
“A dominant presidency has occurred with very little opposition. Indeed, when President Obama pledged to circumvent Congress, he received rapturous applause from the very body that he was proposing to make practically irrelevent.”
Obama came in promising fundamental change. We got it in spades.