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Judge Napolitano: Can Obama rewrite federal law? If so, there is no limit to his power, he will not be a president - he will be a KING!

 
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Judge Napolitano: Can Obama rewrite federal law? If so, there is no limit to his power, he will not be a president - he will be a KING!
NAPOLITANO: Can Obama rewrite federal law?
President has usurped Congress’ role by altering immigration rules

Here we go again. Is the Constitution merely a guideline to be consulted by those it purports to regulate, or is it really the supreme law of the land? If it is just a guideline, then it is meaningless, as it only will be followed by those in government when it is not an obstacle to their purposes. If it is the supreme law of the land, what do we do when one branch of government seizes power from another and the branch that had its power stolen does nothing about it?

Late last week, President Obama, fresh from a series of revelations that he kills whomever he pleases in foreign lands, that the U.S. military is actually fighting undeclared wars in Somalia and Yemen, and that the CIA is using cyberwarfare - computers - to destabilize innocents in Iran, announced that he has rewritten a small portion of federal immigration law so as to accommodate the needs of young immigrants who came to the United States as children and remained here. By establishing new rules governing deportation, rules that Congress declined to enact, the president has usurped the power to write federal law from Congress and commandeered it for himself.

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Congress should have enacted years ago what the president is now doing on his own, because it is unjust to punish children for the behavior of their parents, and it is unjust to restrict freedom based on the place of birth. But this can be remedied only by Congress. If the president can rewrite federal laws that he doesn’t like, there is no limit to his power. Then, he will not be a president - he will be a king.


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He effectively is king.

Mainstream media- they will defend him to the death. There is so much crap he pulls that goes un-reported. Republicans F up just this much, headlines. Democrats can do whatever they want. The public in mass believes msnbc.

Republican Congress- seems to have forgot November. America put them in power- to check Obama. Do your job. Impeach the fucker.

Military- really? where are you?

Stupid people- they are everywhere and on the gov dime. so many people I know do not take the time to care about politics or apply some critical thought to the bullshit the msm spreads.

left vs right paradigm- the most popular bs on glp is left-right no difference. See point above. There is a difference.


It is all Bush's fault- I hear this so much from lib friends. All politicians are crooks, so it is OK what obama does. see stupid people point.
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Yeah. It's not like any other President enacted an Executive order that overrode immigration laws. Oh wait... Bush did it too.

President Bush Offers Liberian Immigrants Relief From Deportation:
[link to www.voanews.com]
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Re: Judge Napolitano: Can Obama rewrite federal law? If so, there is no limit to his power, he will not be a president - he will be a KING!
NAPOLITANO: Can Obama rewrite federal law?
President has usurped Congress’ role by altering immigration rules

Here we go again. Is the Constitution merely a guideline to be consulted by those it purports to regulate, or is it really the supreme law of the land? If it is just a guideline, then it is meaningless, as it only will be followed by those in government when it is not an obstacle to their purposes. If it is the supreme law of the land, what do we do when one branch of government seizes power from another and the branch that had its power stolen does nothing about it?

Late last week, President Obama, fresh from a series of revelations that he kills whomever he pleases in foreign lands, that the U.S. military is actually fighting undeclared wars in Somalia and Yemen, and that the CIA is using cyberwarfare - computers - to destabilize innocents in Iran, announced that he has rewritten a small portion of federal immigration law so as to accommodate the needs of young immigrants who came to the United States as children and remained here. By establishing new rules governing deportation, rules that Congress declined to enact, the president has usurped the power to write federal law from Congress and commandeered it for himself.

...

Congress should have enacted years ago what the president is now doing on his own, because it is unjust to punish children for the behavior of their parents, and it is unjust to restrict freedom based on the place of birth. But this can be remedied only by Congress. If the president can rewrite federal laws that he doesn’t like, there is no limit to his power. Then, he will not be a president - he will be a king.


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Where's the goddamn army ``protecting your freedoms``???

NOWHERE TO BE FOUND, AS ALWAYS.
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Re: Judge Napolitano: Can Obama rewrite federal law? If so, there is no limit to his power, he will not be a president - he will be a KING!
What I don't understand is, all of these other officials, or Hell, all of these law enforcement officers, active military, etc.....all sworn an oath to uphold the Constitution and defend it against all enemies foreign and domestic. So why aren't any of them doing anything about this? This does not warrant a wait and see what lawyers can do approach, this warrants immediate removal and then trial.
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Re: Judge Napolitano: Can Obama rewrite federal law? If so, there is no limit to his power, he will not be a president - he will be a KING!
He rode on a WHITE HORSE (his other ETHNICITY)
A CROWN was given unto him ( The last election)
He carries a BOW with no ARROWS ( he does not own your CHILDREN YET).
He will SOON trade the white horse for a RED one and start WWIII. Get ready, Get ready, Get ready!!
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Re: Judge Napolitano: Can Obama rewrite federal law? If so, there is no limit to his power, he will not be a president - he will be a KING!
What I don't understand is, all of these other officials, or Hell, all of these law enforcement officers, active military, etc.....all sworn an oath to uphold the Constitution and defend it against all enemies foreign and domestic. So why aren't any of them doing anything about this? This does not warrant a wait and see what lawyers can do approach, this warrants immediate removal and then trial.
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Because they haven't been brainwashed by the right wing media.
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Re: Judge Napolitano: Can Obama rewrite federal law? If so, there is no limit to his power, he will not be a president - he will be a KING!
Yeah. It's not like any other President enacted an Executive order that overrode immigration laws. Oh wait... Bush did it too.

President Bush Offers Liberian Immigrants Relief From Deportation:
[link to www.voanews.com]
 Quoting: Major_Payne


You know the my guy can break the law because some before him broke the law argument is all used up.

Find a new one.
I may just kill You for fun.
Or it may be just business.
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Re: Judge Napolitano: Can Obama rewrite federal law? If so, there is no limit to his power, he will not be a president - he will be a KING!
Yeah. It's not like any other President enacted an Executive order that overrode immigration laws. Oh wait... Bush did it too.

President Bush Offers Liberian Immigrants Relief From Deportation:
[link to www.voanews.com]
 Quoting: Major_Payne


You know the my guy can break the law because some before him broke the law argument is all used up.

Find a new one.
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That's just it. NO law was broken. It was OK for Bush to do what he did. Obama as well.
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Re: Judge Napolitano: Can Obama rewrite federal law? If so, there is no limit to his power, he will not be a president - he will be a KING!
What I don't understand is, all of these other officials, or Hell, all of these law enforcement officers, active military, etc.....all sworn an oath to uphold the Constitution and defend it against all enemies foreign and domestic. So why aren't any of them doing anything about this? This does not warrant a wait and see what lawyers can do approach, this warrants immediate removal and then trial.
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Because they haven't been brainwashed by the media.
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Fixed it for ya.
Maybe you could tell us what brand tin foil you use.
You know the selectively blocking type.
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Re: Judge Napolitano: Can Obama rewrite federal law? If so, there is no limit to his power, he will not be a president - he will be a KING!
Yeah. It's not like any other President enacted an Executive order that overrode immigration laws. Oh wait... Bush did it too.

President Bush Offers Liberian Immigrants Relief From Deportation:
[link to www.voanews.com]
 Quoting: Major_Payne


You know the my guy can break the law because some before him broke the law argument is all used up.

Find a new one.
 Quoting: RomeoKiller


That's just it. NO law was broken. It was OK for Bush to do what he did. Obama as well.
 Quoting: Major_Payne


Little difference between extending a Temporary Protective Status and choosing to not enforce a law.law is law.

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Re: Judge Napolitano: Can Obama rewrite federal law? If so, there is no limit to his power, he will not be a president - he will be a KING!
Yes he will be King.

But the ordainment of written law wont mean a damn thing.

In fact, it's gone already; since the patriot act all legislation has become voidable.
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Re: Judge Napolitano: Can Obama rewrite federal law? If so, there is no limit to his power, he will not be a president - he will be a KING!
Yeah. It's not like any other President enacted an Executive order that overrode immigration laws. Oh wait... Bush did it too.

President Bush Offers Liberian Immigrants Relief From Deportation:
[link to www.voanews.com]
 Quoting: Major_Payne


You know the my guy can break the law because some before him broke the law argument is all used up.

Find a new one.
 Quoting: RomeoKiller


That's just it. NO law was broken. It was OK for Bush to do what he did. Obama as well.
 Quoting: Major_Payne


law is law.
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No its not.

the ordainment that you refer to that makes "law a law" is gone.

because said authority is not the law or will of the people subjugated to it.

ordainment can ONLY cone from the people.
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Re: Judge Napolitano: Can Obama rewrite federal law? If so, there is no limit to his power, he will not be a president - he will be a KING!
im petitioning the vatican to rewrite the bible and replacing jesus with obama...
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What I don't understand is, all of these other officials, or Hell, all of these law enforcement officers, active military, etc.....all sworn an oath to uphold the Constitution and defend it against all enemies foreign and domestic. So why aren't any of them doing anything about this? This does not warrant a wait and see what lawyers can do approach, this warrants immediate removal and then trial.
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Thats the problem. Cowardice to confront policy; they internalize it because to uphold their oath means confronting their bosses.

You cant tell me they dont see what is happening; they KNOW.

BUT they rationalize their own parasitic existence, to justify their cowardice and self preservation. They regurgitate the establshment mandates over the constitution, whle refusing to aknowledge establishment policy is an elitist mandate, and ANTI AMERICAN.

I dont see any courage whatsoever there.

Its the american way.

Go along to get along.
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Re: Judge Napolitano: Can Obama rewrite federal law? If so, there is no limit to his power, he will not be a president - he will be a KING!
Yeah. It's not like any other President enacted an Executive order that overrode immigration laws. Oh wait... Bush did it too.

President Bush Offers Liberian Immigrants Relief From Deportation:
[link to www.voanews.com]
 Quoting: Major_Payne


You know the my guy can break the law because some before him broke the law argument is all used up.

Find a new one.
 Quoting: RomeoKiller


That's just it. NO law was broken. It was OK for Bush to do what he did. Obama as well.
 Quoting: Major_Payne


Little difference between extending a Temporary Protective Status and choosing to not enforce a law.law is law.
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This is exactly the same. Bush set aside a group of illegal immigrants and chose not to deport them. He didn't consult Congress or get the law changed.I don't see a difference.
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Re: Judge Napolitano: Can Obama rewrite federal law? If so, there is no limit to his power, he will not be a president - he will be a KING!
The institution of Law and legislation is not about JUSTICE.

It is now all about hidden agenda's, and suppressing political opposition.

The "Law" is BULLSHIT; delegitimized.
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I have friends who are citizens in no country.Without paperwork they are screwed.
Guess they could go to Hawaii and by a birth certificate.(haha)

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bump
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blame bush per usual


FUCK YOU LIBTARDS
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You know the my guy can break the law because some before him broke the law argument is all used up.

Find a new one.
 Quoting: RomeoKiller


That's just it. NO law was broken. It was OK for Bush to do what he did. Obama as well.
 Quoting: Major_Payne


Little difference between extending a Temporary Protective Status and choosing to not enforce a law.law is law.
 Quoting: RomeoKiller


This is exactly the same. Bush set aside a group of illegal immigrants and chose not to deport them. He didn't consult Congress or get the law changed.I don't see a difference.
 Quoting: Major_Payne


So you're justifying bad behavior by pointing at the bad behavior of others? Do parents these days not teach their kids that's not how it works?

Typically when a new person takes over a job, you hope they do better than the last person. It's generally not acceptable when they make the same mistakes and do the same things poorly. It's definitely not acceptable when they do the same shitty half assed job as the guy there 4 years ago, but blame the guy there for years ago for every problem occurring now and use his low standards for justification of doing the same.
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You know the my guy can break the law because some before him broke the law argument is all used up.

Find a new one.
 Quoting: RomeoKiller


That's just it. NO law was broken. It was OK for Bush to do what he did. Obama as well.
 Quoting: Major_Payne


Little difference between extending a Temporary Protective Status and choosing to not enforce a law.law is law.
 Quoting: RomeoKiller


This is exactly the same. Bush set aside a group of illegal immigrants and chose not to deport them. He didn't consult Congress or get the law changed.I don't see a difference.
 Quoting: Major_Payne


There where 3600 Liberians who still had to go through the citizenship process and got 18 months more to do so or be deported.Read your own link.(It's a moot point but still a big difference)
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He's a dictator and our senators are going along with it......

I think the Breitbart thing has them scared....
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Paid shills have been taught to deflect to Bush....
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So you're justifying bad behavior by pointing at the bad behavior of others? Do parents these days not teach their kids that's not how it works?

Typically when a new person takes over a job, you hope they do better than the last person. It's generally not acceptable when they make the same mistakes and do the same things poorly. It's definitely not acceptable when they do the same shitty half assed job as the guy there 4 years ago, but blame the guy there for years ago for every problem occurring now and use his low standards for justification of doing the same.


Yup and some wonder why things don't change.The next one always adds a little more.

Time to hit the reset button?
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That's just it. NO law was broken. It was OK for Bush to do what he did. Obama as well.
 Quoting: Major_Payne


Little difference between extending a Temporary Protective Status and choosing to not enforce a law.law is law.
 Quoting: RomeoKiller


This is exactly the same. Bush set aside a group of illegal immigrants and chose not to deport them. He didn't consult Congress or get the law changed.I don't see a difference.
 Quoting: Major_Payne


There where 3600 Liberians who still had to go through the citizenship process and got 18 months more to do so or be deported.Read your own link.(It's a moot point but still a big difference)
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Obama hasn't done anything different. He hasn't given citizenship to anyone through the newest EO. And he has given many people a chance to go through various processes to stay in the US. It's the same thing.
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Little difference between extending a Temporary Protective Status and choosing to not enforce a law.law is law.
 Quoting: RomeoKiller


This is exactly the same. Bush set aside a group of illegal immigrants and chose not to deport them. He didn't consult Congress or get the law changed.I don't see a difference.
 Quoting: Major_Payne


There where 3600 Liberians who still had to go through the citizenship process and got 18 months more to do so or be deported.Read your own link.(It's a moot point but still a big difference)
 Quoting: RomeoKiller


Obama hasn't done anything different. He hasn't given citizenship to anyone through the newest EO. And he has given many people a chance to go through various processes to stay in the US. It's the same thing.
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So selectively choosing how a law applies to someone based on age age/race/high school education is okay with you because someone else did it?
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Paid shills have been taught to deflect to Bush....
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I'm not deflecting to Bush. I'm showing precedence. It wasn't illegal or treasonous or impeachable under Bush so you can't claim it is under Obama. Plus these powers were given to the President because Reagan wanted the President to have more power over immigration enforcement. He had it written into the Amnesty act of 1986.
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Yeah. It's not like any other President enacted an Executive order that overrode immigration laws. Oh wait... Bush did it too.

President Bush Offers Liberian Immigrants Relief From Deportation:
[link to www.voanews.com]
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please, on glp now the only acceptable response is; Obama bad! Obama evil commie, muslim, kenyan dictator!

you really shouldn't try to confuse the simple minded right wingers on here with your facts.
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Little difference between extending a Temporary Protective Status and choosing to not enforce a law.law is law.
 Quoting: RomeoKiller


This is exactly the same. Bush set aside a group of illegal immigrants and chose not to deport them. He didn't consult Congress or get the law changed.I don't see a difference.
 Quoting: Major_Payne


There where 3600 Liberians who still had to go through the citizenship process and got 18 months more to do so or be deported.Read your own link.(It's a moot point but still a big difference)
 Quoting: RomeoKiller


Obama hasn't done anything different. He hasn't given citizenship to anyone through the newest EO. And he has given many people a chance to go through various processes to stay in the US. It's the same thing.
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Not the same

Mexico does not meet the requirements for tps.Well maybe with all the guns Holder and our President sent down there.(haha)
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