America has suffered deeply under the leadership of President Barack Obama. If we cannot vote him out of office in 2012, we are in real trouble. This man is dripping with arrogance and has no intention of following the laws of the land.
Since when can a president determine that he will not carry out a law passed by Congress, as in the Obama Justice Department's refusal to abide by the Defense of Marriage Act?
There is only one thing holding Obama back from unleashing his full radical agenda, and that is the need to be re-elected in 2012. If he is successful and wins a second term, expect it to get much worse because Obama has proven that he cannot be trusted to follow our laws. Executive orders will be rampant in an effort to outfox a Congress which will not go along with his leftist agenda. Obama absolutely must be defeated if we want to save our nation.
Read about another of Obama's stunts, via Joshua Pundit:
Obama Pulls the Ol' Switcheroo - He Signs The Budget Bill, But Protects The Funding For His 'Czars'
"Absolutely nothing like honest dealing, is there, Mr. President?
GOP Speaker John Boehner's deal with Harry Reid just got a little pricier.
While Prez [...] signed the legislation Boehner and Harry Reid hammered out, he also issued a signing statement, a legal declaration by a president on legislation they sign into law. Obama's notified lawmakers that he won't abide by the section of the new budget law defunding the establishment of so-called "czars."
Obama's 'czars' as you know, are informal advisers in various areas who aren't subject to Senate confirmation, get six figure salaries and huge staff budgets. They've been a major sore point for the Republicans, which is why they included in their spending bill a provision barring the use of federal funds for czars as part of the deal. Between this and his prior partisan attack dog speech on the budget, Obama essentially just told Boehner and the Republicans in Congress exactly where they can go and how to get there. That's the president's idea of 'bi-partisanship'.
Obama, in this as in most things, is essentially a dishonest man. The point where he agrees to a deal is the point where you need to check and make sure you still have your wallet.
So much for Boehner's sense of the art of the deal, hmm? It would have been far better to go for broke and start out on a high note from which you could then grudgingly climb down.
Perhaps Boehner and the others who supported this smoke and mirrors budget fiasco learned something from the experience. I hope so."