Tyranny: ‘President Obama is ready to use every executive action available’
President Obama said he had a pen and he had a phone, meaning if Congress didn’t act, he’d just start dropping Executive Orders. : That’s called tyranny:
“President Obama has a resolution for 2014: That this will be a year of action,” Pfeiffer said in the e-mail, pointing out that Obama would no longer be waiting around for Congress to get things done.
“Instead, the president will use his executive authority, both his pen and his phone, to work with anyone to get things done – whether they be leaders in business, education, Congress, states, or local communities,” he said.
Obama’s threat to use executive action, however, is nothing new.
No, it isn’t. : Baby’s have been throwing temper tantrums for centuries.
I’m surprised Obama didn’t say, “If Congress doesn’t act, I’ll hold my breath until they do.”
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