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Expert Testifies to Congress that Obama’s Disregard for the Law May Lead to an Armed Revolt

During a congressional committee hearing about the constitutional limits imposed on the presidency and the implications of President Barack Obama’s disregard for implementing the Affordable Care Act as written, one expert testified that the consequences of the president’s behavior were potentially grave. He said that the precedent set by Obama could eventually lead to an armed revolt against the federal government. 

On Tuesday, Michael Cannon, Cato Institute’s Director of Health Policy Studies, testified before a congressional committee about the dangers of the president’s legal behavior...

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The Debate Over Obama’s Legal Authority

So what the Regime is saying is, "We didn't change the law.  We didn't change anything.  We're just not gonna enforce one aspect of it for a year.  So don't start talking to me about throwing away the Constitution. We're not changing any law.  We're just not gonna enforce for one more year the fact that you gotta get rid of your plan."  Now, if we want we can go back and recover, talk about again the idea you were never going to be able to keep your plan.  I mean, the scope of that lie remains huge, fraudulent.  If the political winds were different, it would be impeachable...

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Obama the Constitutional Hero

Given his predecessor’s willingness to seek authorization (something that many demanded of him), it seems odd to credit President Obama with breaking a precedent — and all the more so when Bush wasn’t exactly hailed as a history-defying leader when he decided to seek authorization from Congress to launch a war. But the media do seem to have a short memory when it comes to comparisons between the Bush and Obama administrations...

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