Another threat to Obama’s dictatorship has been removed. His own Inspectors General have been declawed and will be subject to bureaucratic rules and pretense and will have to request every record they need to do their job. So far, some in Congress have expressed outrage and Obama decided the issue with a simple memo from legal counsel.
Inspectors General, as government watchdogs, were always allowed to get whatever records they needed without obstruction by anyone. Now they will experience only obstruction. Don’t be surprised if important public records never see the light of day.
Family Security Matters
The use of Executive Orders (EO) goes back to the first President, George Washington. Every chief executive has issued them since then. Some have been historic, but the latest Executive Orders of President Obama are downright scary.
The Executive Order signed on June 25 is titled “Russian Highly Enriched Uranium” and offers as its justification the fact that “the accumulation of a large volume of weapons-usable fissile material in the territory of the Russian Federal continues to constitute an unusual and extraordinary threat to the national security and foreign policy of the United States, and hereby declare a national emergency to deal with that threat.”
The big problem the day before and after yesterday’s tsunami-like election is the ongoing media failure to confront the big reality: Something’s not normal.
It is not normal to have White House officials casually state that President Barack Obama was not watching election returns last night, particularly when those returns left him in a sort of `Home Alone` state.
Has anyone thought to ask if he wasn’t watching his future unfold, then what was he doing?
At the very least, a dictatorship fell with Republicans now dominating the House of Representatives.
Hugo Chavez has nationalized American oil rigs, shut down 34 radio stations, is busy confiscating private property and annointed himself President for life.
America has its own Chavez.
Doug Ross reminds us that Mark Levin observed that we are as close to a dictatorship as we have ever been.