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Friday, February 14, 2014

Obama assuming dictatorial powers

Marius Forte’

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Obama assuming dictatorial powers

“President Obama, true to his colors of red, acts more like an imperator and not like the President of the US. bound by his oath on the Holy Bible to protect the Constitution and not to circumvent it” states international businessman Marius Forte who, as an Austrian native, comes from a family that experienced the effects of Nazism and Communism.

Echoing Charles Krauthammer Forte observes that Obama makes up laws that he thinks we all should abide by, not by the laws that we actually have.

Forte, the author of 
The Answer: Proof of God in Heaven reminds us that the chief cause for the American Revolution was the British tyrant King George III assumption of fiat power over representative government and the rule of law. The American founders understood that legitimate governing authority is an expression of the consent of the governed.

In his weekly Feb.8 radio address President Obama said:  

I want to work with Congress on this agenda where I can. But in this year of action, whenever I can take steps without legislation to expand opportunity for more American families, I will.

Using executive orders to get around Congress is also extremely unpopular. A recent Fox News poll found 74 percent of Americans oppose Obama circumventing Congress. The danger lies in the fact that Obama was re-elected and for the next 3 years there is no telling how far he might go in his stated goal to take steps without legislation

Jonathan Turley, Professor at the George Washington University Law School and a former Obama supporter stated in an interview with Megan Kelly on “the dangerous” expansion of Obama's powers, that are unprecedented, and on our duty to speak out before it is too late.


In order to understand what President. Obama is doing one must understand the Marxist rejection of plurality of thought and therefore democracy. To the contrary, the concepts of freedom and democracy are offensive to their belief system as they measure success not by the prosperity or well-being of the people but rather by the absolute control they exercise.

The Marxist believes that he is “enlightened” and, as such, he is entitled to exercise power over his fellow citizens for their own good. The Marxist also feels justified in his concerted efforts to demonize the opposition.


          
BIO:

Marius Forte’:
Born in Vienna, he traveled and worked extensively throughout Europe,
most of Africa and the Arabian Peninsula, exploring religions, cultures
and political systems.  He is a practicing Catholic. 

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