If the nudge squad doesn’t work, there is always straightforward dictatorship:
Obama is planning to bypass congressional Republicans with a surge of executive actions and orders on issues like voting rights, health care, job creation, the economy, climate change and immigration. …
“I have to figure out what I can do outside of Congress through executive actions,” Obama told the Congressional Black Caucus earlier this month, according to Rep. Karen Bass (D-Calif.).
“He’s very ready to use his executive powers whenever possible,” said Rep. Judy Chu (D-Calif.) who heard Obama discuss the new approach at a meeting of the Congressional Asian Pacific Caucus to the White House last week.
Obama has used this ham-fisted, dictatorial practice before…
But administration officials and advisers say what’s ahead will be more extensive and frequent than previous efforts, and the White House is on the hunt for anything that can move without congressional approval, including encouraging [to leftists who benefit from voter fraud] efforts like Attorney General Eric Holder’s lawsuits to find new avenues of enforcement in the wake of the Supreme Court’s decision on the Voting Rights Act last month.
He’s even started soliciting suggestions for where to move next.
Authoritarian moonbats have been flooding him with suggestions.
Obama told them he was open to all of them, and said his staff is working on others in the model of the new emission standards he announced as part of his climate agenda last month.
The “climate agenda” involves incrementally imposing a Soviet-style centralized economic policy and looting the country for hundreds of $billions with extravagant energy taxes, under cover of the laughable pretext of the planet being doomed if the federal government doesn’t take command of the weather.
Other disturbing areas where Obama plans to subvert the constitutional structure of the government in order to wreak havoc include mortgage refinancing and restructuring. This will inevitably entail more race-based mortgages, likely leading to another housing crisis like the one that swept him into power in 2008.
Then there are recess appointments, which he will make heavy use of to push through candidates so obviously unsuitable that even the Democrat-controlled Senate won’t confirm them. Sheila Jackson Lee, your star could be rising.
Considering that not even undocumented Democrats like Boehner and McConnell are compliant enough to suit him, Obama’s plans for the next few years are likely to leave scars that will never heal.