Monday Night Football Announcer Makes Reference to Obama as Dictator

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Here’s a rarity — countermoonbattery in the world of televised football:

[P]rior to the Denver Broncos taking on the Cincinnati Bengals on “Monday Night Football,” Hall of Fame quarterback Steve Young raised some eyebrows when he used the word “dictator” in a sentence mentioning President Obama and an NFL quarterback.

Young, the former San Francisco quarterback who’s a direct descendant of Brigham Young, was asked how Denver quarterback Peyton Manning would deal with the disguises put forth by the Bengals’ defense.

“Watch for Peyton to speak to the nation, as the president of the United States would speak to the nation tonight,” said Young, now an ESPN analyst. “And tell them, ‘I am the dictator! I am the one that’s gonna take care of everything.”

Maybe the incessant moonbattery that has come to a head with Bob Costas demanding an end to the Second Amendment and Saint Louis Rams taking the field making “hands up don’t shoot” gestures has driven away enough viewers that someone passed down orders to throw a few crumbs to the normal people. Either that or Young had better polish up his résumé.

Obama: I Won’t Violate The Constitution, Unless You Make Me…

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Political bridge-building is usually considered a good thing, but when the “bridge” you are building is the abridgement of the separation of powers, not so much. More Obama Domestic Abuse: Now Look What You Made Me Do… on tap.

In an alarming development, word comes from Mark Levin and others in Congress that the President is prepping to raise the debt ceiling unilaterally. You know — usurping the power of the purse granted solely to Congress. That ladies and gentlemen, is impeachment worthy.

Mark Levin gets it and America better pay attention:

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Venezuela assembly gives Chavez decree powers

* Socialist president given powers for 18 months

* Chavez had asked for one year

* Move is part of a raft of legislation

* Parliament also passed tough new banking rules (Adds details, background)

By Frank Jack Daniel

(Reuters) – Venezuela’s parliament gave President Hugo Chavez decree powers for 18 months on Friday, outraging opposition parties that accused him of turning South America’s biggest oil producer into a dictatorship.

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