By John W. Lillpop
After his endorsement of a mosque at Ground Zero created an awful kerfuffel that has Democrats racing for cover right before mid-term elections, President Obama has retreated behind the protective cover of the U.S. Constitution.
Barack Obama and the Constitution?
Is it not the highest form of blasphemy just to mention this president’s name in the same sentence as the U.S. Constitution?
After all, he has waged all-out war on that document since invading the Oval Office on January 20, 2009.
As reported at Yahoonews.com, in part:
“BOARD AIR FORCE ONE – A White House spokesman says politics wasn't a factor in President Barack Obama's remarks about building a mosque near the site of the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks in New York City.
Deputy White House press secretary Bill Burton said it was "not politics" but Obama's feeling that he had the obligation as president to "make sure people are treated equally" under the Constitution.”
If Obama really gave a tinker’s dam about the Constitution, he would scrap his outrageous law suit against the state of Arizona for protecting its citizens from invaders.
He would move to scrap ObamaCare, which was rammed down the throats of unwilling Americans with legislative sleight of hands and bribery when the votes were not there to follow the rules.
He would understand that forcing citizens to purchase health care insurance, or face the ravages of the IRS, is barbaric and unconstitutional.
He would understand that the Constitution is very specific when it comes to the eligibility of any person to serve as president. Thus, he would make every effort to be completely honest and transparent with the American people concerning questions about his own eligibility.
He would understand that the Constitution sets forth provisions for separation of powers, meant to assure that the Executive Branch is accountable to the people through the oversight function performed by Congress.
He would understand that installation of stealth Czars in order to circumvent Congressional oversight is a repudiation of the Constitution.
He would understand that voter intimidation by the New Black Panther Party is not acceptable simply because the intimidated are not people of color.
He would understand that actions taken to grant rights reserved for citizens to terrorists are anti-American acts of treason.
He would understand that the Constitution requires the president to secure our borders and enforce our immigration laws so as to protect the American people.
He would understand that it is the president’s Constitutional obligation to serve as America’s Commander-in-Chief, which requires him to use war powers prudently to defend the American people, rather than using those powers as political footballs.
Above all else, if he were genuine, President Obama would understand that the will of the people should be the first priority for any political entity wishing to govern, and that that applies to taxes, illegal invasions, health care, terrorists, and all major issues of the day.
Barack Obama concerned about the Constitution?
Oh, really, don’t be silly!