Obama's abuse of power is unprecedented

2013-11-15T00:00:00Z Obama's abuse of power is unprecedented nwitimes.com
November 15, 2013 12:00 am

The abuse of power by this president and his Democrat administration is unprecedented in our nation's history.

These destructive radical efforts have results in uncontrolled spending, lawless disregard for our Constitution and blatant abuse of Americans.

The Obama administration is using many of the 4 million government employees, congressional Democrats, Justice Department, media and like-minded radicals to assist in this transformation (into communism?):

  • NSA: Spying, collecting our e-mails and phone calls.
  • IRS: Targeting/harassing 200 conservative groups to obstruct free speech.
  • Congressional Democrats: Permitting abuse of power, passed Affordable Care Act.
  • Justice Department: Extorting companies (by lawsuit threats) to donate money to the Democrat party, intimidating contributors to opponents.
  • Media: PR team.

In addition, President Barack Obama locks the White House doors, blocks vets from memorials, lied about Obamacare. There's no defense for tyranny.

- Milly Rich, Crown Point

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