Citizens who want to see Barack Obama exposed, confronted, and turned out of office have stepped up their activism once again. Richard Wilson, a former resident of Connecticut, took note of Barack Obama’s tendency to rule by executive fiat in a letter to the editor to The Day newspaper of New London, Connecticut. It was published on Saturday, September 3, 2011.
President Obama has dictatorial tendencies
Whispering Pines, NC
We are just being made aware of President Obama circumventing Congress, again, to move forward on what is considered “Immigration Amnesty.” He is utilizing prosecutorial discretion through Homeland Security/I.C.E. to not assert the full scope of our immigration law. This is after Congress failed to pass the Dream Act twice.
This is clearly a move for the president to get his way without the popular support of the nation and Congress. We must ask ourselves What is the motive behind the president’s action? I believe it is pretty clear. He has no regard for our laws, the Constitution, the will of the people and many in Congress.
He continues his pursuit to work at positioning a favorable vote in 2012 at any cost. If we weren’t so close to an election, impeachment action should be considered by Congress to address his dictatorial tendencies.
Editor’s note: The writer formerly lived in Stamford, Conn.
Exposing Obama’s decision to bypass Congress and rule like a king has been one of my defining issues. This author was the first to expose Obama’s strategy to rule by executive orders and regulations, to note the Soros-funded think tanks and prestige media outlets encouraging him to do so, and to note his royal war-by-decree against Libya was not only unwise but both unconstitutional and impeachable.
Patriotic Americans, who believe in the nation established by our Founding Fathers, need to spread this information to as many people as they can. For more information on how you can spread the word, see our post, Impeaching Obama: What You Can Do.
Others who believe in holding this administration accountable have sent letters and articles to newspapers in Ohio, California, Florida, Illinois, Virginia, Colorado, and Kansas. If you have had an impeachment letter published in the media, send me a copy.