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Monday, December 8, 2014

No Amnesty Executive Orders? Really?

Not sure what to make of this....


Sessions at the 40 second mark:





And Via WND:

NEW YORK – It’s common knowledge President Obama signed an executive order directing the Department of Homeland Security to forgive millions of illegal aliens for their past violations of immigration law, right? 
Wrong. 
Today the National Archives and Records Administration, responsible for maintaining such filings, said no such executive order was ever signed or filed, confirming WND’s report Wednesday
A National Archives librarian, Jeffrey Hartley, made the confirmation in an email Thursday to WND. 
“As I indicated, it would appear that there is not an Executive Order stemming from the President’s remarks on November 20 on immigration,” Hartley wrote. 
Hartley said that neither of the executive orders Obama signed in Las Vegas the day after his announcement fulfill his plan to defer deportations and grant work permits to up to 5 million illegal aliens. 
“The only two documents that I have located are two Presidential Memoranda, which are available from the White House site,” Hartley’s email continued. “They can also be found in the November 26, 2014 issue of the Federal Register.”


Wednesday, November 5, 2014

Did Our President Just Claim a Mandate from the Non Voting American?



Obama today:

“To everyone that voted, I want you to know that I heard you” ... “To two-thirds of voters that chose not to participate in the process yesterday, I hear you, too.”

Sigh...



Monday, November 3, 2014

The NYT Goes unAmerican...again...



Via the NYT:
"The main impact of the midterm election in the modern era has been to weaken the president, the only government official (other than the powerless vice president) elected by the entire nation. Since the end of World War II, the president’s party has on average lost 25 seats in the House and about 4 in the Senate as a result of the midterms. This is a bipartisan phenomenon — Democratic presidents have lost an average of 31 House seats and between 4 to 5 Senate seats in midterms; Republican presidents have lost 20 and 3 seats, respectively."

Americans recognize that a Constitution that endeavors to limit federal government power restrains Democrats.  This is a feature to Americans, a bug to Democrats.