Obama Broke The Law By Making It, And Did So With A Teary-eyed WH Political Performance

 

Obama crying over guns

Washington DC (Storch Report) — While touting his constitutional legal prowess, President Obama told a very partisan gun control crowd today how he was going to make the law to further restrict the sale of guns while breaking the law by executive action.

His teary-eyed delivery for gun control restrictions was visible today for all to  see, but it was absent yesterday for radical Islamic terrorism that has taken place in the United States.

It was absent for the beheading of an American journalist by ISIS while he announced the happening and then went out to play golf and it was absent for the victims of San Bernardino and  Fort Hood, among other terrorist attacks in the United States.  Obama once again demonstrated the importance of his ideology while ignoring his primary responsibility of protecting the safety of all Americans from radical Islamic terrorism.

It was classic Kabuki theatre with a participatory staged audience that also produced tears on cue.

Hypocrisy along with high fives prevailed throughout the prolonged delivery as though Obama had just got a bill through Congress rather making one for himself and his own ideology while breaking the laws of the constitution.

So much for his knowledge of the constitution and the oath of office he took to uphold it; his responsibility is not to make the law but propose it with the approval of Congress.

One of his actions by executive privilege is to report stolen guns or those given away.

I wonder what penalties he is going to impose upon himself, as Commander in Chief, or the government for the guns that flowed to the Mexican Cartels in a failed government devised scheme called “fast and furious,” or for the Obama directed pull-out in Iraq that turned over more than US guns and armament, but military US tanks to ISIS? 

Obama said the recommendations are “well within my legal authority” and would be supported by “the overwhelming majority of the American people, including gun owners.”

There is no evidence to support this statement, nor did the president present any facts to provide any credibility to his claims.

One could legitimately make the case that more guns rather than less might be the solution to our national security against ISIS, which Obama refuses to address. When we shoot back at ISIS terrorists they run and often kill themselves to be in a better place with Allah. 

Obama’s executive actions increase the extent of background checks to all that sell guns and define those sellers of guns to more than two that need a license.

If Obama wants to curtail the sales of guns, he should stop talking about them.  The facts speak for themselves, his gun control campaign has resulted in Smith & Wesson sales of guns soaring to 900.4 % in the past year.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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2 Responses to Obama Broke The Law By Making It, And Did So With A Teary-eyed WH Political Performance

  1. norman says:

    Are you stating categorically that “Obama broke the law”, by his executive order? In your opinion are presidential executive orders unconstitutional? Are you aware of the number of executive orders given by previous presidents?
    Are you claiming to be more of a constitutional scholar than Obama?
    What are your legal credentials? Where did you study constitutional law or law of any type?
    What is your opinion on gun control?

  2. Don Storch says:

    According to Obama’s latest executive order addressing gun control, healthcare professionals are now required to violate HIPPA privacy laws and submit medical data to the government. The illegally obtained data would then be used as justification for gun confiscation by the federal government. This of course would have to be tested in the courts for a judgment in order to see if he in fact broke the law by making it. This is but one example, there are others but they too would have to be challenged. These are legal opinions by others, not me, although they appear to have some validity. I am not opposed to gun control or background checks, I think they are necessary.

    My principal problem with Obama is that he is unconstitutionally using executive actions to pass the laws he wasn’t able to get through Congress. It is not his, as part of the executive branch, to make the laws to fit a King’s ideology. The Constitution was created to provide a check and balance, not to subvert its principals.

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