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President Barack Obama is lawless ... “dangerous and terrifying.”

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posted on Jan, 11 2014 @ 09:53 AM
reply to post by Shiloh7

Actually, the first dangerous president that could be tracked with, and the one that planned the first government take out without votes and congress in case of "an emergency" was Truman, after Truman when Eisenhower tried to warn the nation about this entity working in the shadows of government still with no power of their own but with very powerful figures behind it, including the military that then was starting to become a complex of private interest been invested.

Now the powers of the shadow government didn't take hold until Reagan when he made it official.

I can only imagine that after him all the rest of the presidents has been working with the Shadow government making sure that the members will have as many of their "cabals personal appointees as possible".

And guess what the two main characters under Reagan to take over in case of a fall out was no other than Rumsfeld and Dick Cheney

The first time that the shadow government was addressed by congress in public hearings was under the hearing of Oliver North, and immediately it was squashed due to "extreme secrecy issues" concerning the wellbeing of the nation.

Interestingly we must be concern to who president surrounds themselves this days in their cabinet and czars as those in the cabinet mainly the czars, could be potential candidates of the shadow government.

As we know, I don't like Rumsfeld or Dick but Obama reputation of surrounding himself with shady characters with links to Muslim brotherhood troubles me greatly.

Now, we most look very closely to what Bush did to enforce the power of appointees outside of congress scrutiny, Bush used the term of "czars" in order to appoint characters into the government and gave them more powers than the cabinet members themselves, today Czars are given the power to make decisions over Secretaries of government positions and agency directors.

The bulk of the president’s czars are exempt from such oversight. They advise and answer directly to the president and a number of them exercise control over the decisions made by cabinet secretaries and agency directors, most of whom have been reduced to a role of carrying out their decisions, their agenda.

The U.S. government is being run out of the White House by a cohort of czars/advisers who do not answer to the American people and operate in the dark. This is part of the warning issued in “The Blueprint: Obama’s Plan to Subvert the Constitution and Build an Imperial Presidency.” The authors, Ken Blackwell and Ken Klukowski, are both attorneys with extensive knowledge of the Constitution. Blackwell has been an ambassador.

These czars are essentially unconstitutional and illegal.

All presidents have had advisers, but none prior to Obama have had so many and none have been delegated vast powers. They represent a violation of the separation of powers essential to a democratic republic and all violate the need and expectation of transparency and accountability.

Obama seems to be one of the first presidents that has abuse the power of Czars to act at will when it comes pursuing agendas

While we can debate who president is the most dangerous than others so far Obama is wining the bet.

Czars do not answer to the voters and tax payer they do not hold loyalties to the American people but only to the president.

And congress is powerless to them, just remember that.

The bulk of the president’s czars are exempt from oversight

Obama’s Shadow Government

I don't like Glen Beck but he have a list of Obama "know Czars" longer than the Bush era one,

If we only knew what the shadow government is doing this days we all will be terrified and the sad thing is that after Obama any president that will come will be worst

See for the shadow government we Americans and citizens have to much liberties, but all Americans remember that a shadow government along with czars are unconstitutional and we the people can challenge the power that they have.
Ted Cruz along with others here and there have been warning the people about Obama and we should listen because the worst enemy of democracy, our constitution and our liberties is government itself, specially when their powers no longer include the wellbeing of the nations citizens.

posted on Jan, 11 2014 @ 10:10 PM
reply to post by FarleyWayne

Yet,nothing is done,today will be the same,tomorrow

posted on Jan, 11 2014 @ 10:28 PM
Obama is worse than Bush.Obama is really arrogant about how He acts towards republicans and conservatives and His own country.

posted on Jan, 12 2014 @ 06:12 AM
reply to post by xavi1000

They say by 2016 that the national debt will be over 20 trillion dollars give or take a few pennies. Obama will have spent more money then all presidents combined before him. And for the lack of debate, his signatures are on the budgets, bills. I don't think I'm going forget that. This is all just a big joke to all those Yahoos in D.C. and Obama is the head Yahoo.
edit on 12-1-2014 by Tarzan the apeman. because: spelled word wrong

posted on Jan, 12 2014 @ 08:42 AM
Apparently, all GOPers know all about Obama's faults, crimes, misdemeanors. This is a good thing, shows transparency.

posted on Jan, 12 2014 @ 10:50 AM
reply to post by FarleyWayne

People should worry more about how Obama gets away with what he is doing without any solid impeachment movements. That in its self is very telling.

The only real reason I see or can imagine is most everyone in this government, left, right or middle is in on this destruction of America, the ones that may not be are overwhelmed and fear to much to do or say anything...If that is the case then there will only be one outcome.

posted on Jan, 12 2014 @ 12:36 PM
reply to post by Jobeycool

More arrogant than the 'Decider'

and, Lies to start 2 wars?.. 2 Vietnams!
Bankrupts Nation?
Bails out banks?
Patriot Act?
edit on 12-1-2014 by HanzHenry because: bb

posted on Jan, 12 2014 @ 01:37 PM
reply to post by HanzHenry

Actually more dangerous, after all Bush started to deteriorate Americans constitutional rights, Obama just went along with it, rather than giving the people the power back that Bush took with his promises of government transparency, he just added his own agenda, then on top of that have the IRS and the NSA to work for him like lap dogs in order to handle the American people's privacy into the hands of the private crocks that runs both agencies.

The list just gets bigger and bigger, I do have links to all the increased power Obama has been able to achieve thanks to the policies of presidents before him, an honest president that care for the people, would have stop the madness he just capitalized on it and still have two more years to screw our nation and the people more.

Obama the man that has surrounded himself with more Czars than Bush did in order to feed the shadow government.

posted on Jan, 12 2014 @ 01:48 PM
reply to post by marg6043

lets use simple math.

2 wars -- Lied to start 2 Vietnams
Patriot Act -- Tyranny Genie out of the bottle/Pandora's Box
Bank Got Bailed Out, people got Sold Out
Bankrupted the Nation.

What compares to that? Under Obama, what EVEN COMPARES?

posted on Jan, 12 2014 @ 11:05 PM
reply to post by marg6043

Do Presidents, no matter the party, ever give up Power? Where was all this concern for "Big Government" when Bush started The Patriot Act? I, a democrat, was writing letters and shouting as loud as I could how this would lead to more government abuse. Now, you guys want Obama to be some Jesus to clean up wars and economic crashes from the previous administration. Of course, that is why this country elects democrat presidents, to clean up conservative greed and chaos.

posted on Jan, 13 2014 @ 10:03 AM

reply to post by marg6043

Where was all this concern for "Big Government" when Bush started The Patriot Act? Now, you guys want Obama to be some Jesus to clean up wars and economic crashes from the previous administration.


The Republicans have had control since Reagan and his "trickle down" LIE! Of course, before he was shot, he had different feelings on that one.

The ridiculousness of NAFTA -- Republican monstrosity
Offshoring of Jobs -- Republican monstrosity

After the economy is BEYOND BANKRUPT and 2 Vietnams.... What could Obama do?

there is no economy, and the 1% have all the money there is left..

yeah, I guess Mitt Romney (Gordon Gekko incarnate( would have done what?
Offshore more jobs,
Gut healthy businesses and bankrupt them,
and hide there Ill=Gotten gains in offshore tax havens!

posted on Jan, 13 2014 @ 01:13 PM
reply to post by HanzHenry

Obama is doing something alright, selling the middle class to the insurance companies in the nation, he is doing alredy more than enough to keep bankrupting the nation while increasing the welfare state.

Bush was a joke of a president but everybody knew what he was doing, Obama in the other hand is like sore that just gets bigger and bigger in the side of the productive working class in the nation.

posted on Jan, 13 2014 @ 03:52 PM
reply to post by marg6043

There has not been a working class since the 08Crash. There are insecure slave jobs, no steady jobs that will pay bills. Moving from state to state, job to job, is not possible for people who no start up money these days.

I know because I have three grown children and have to help them make their bills. The highest wage in my family is $12/hr. I would not help them if I did not believe they were trying, but they are good people.

When I was a young woman in the 60's, I left home as soon as I graduated from high school. I could afford an apartment, power and food on a waitress wage. I never needed my folks to help pay bills. Jobs were so plentiful, there was no fear of not getting another one. There was no such thing as credit checks that locked you out of jobs or a place to live. That all faded away starting in the 80's.

posted on Jan, 13 2014 @ 03:57 PM
reply to post by MOMof3

I know exactly what you are talking about, after all I was born in 1960. I have seen the deterioration of the middle class to what is now nothing but a shadow of its former glory, I used to post plenty on how the bread and butter of the nation was lost when our nations leaders sold out and send our industrial base to oversea for cheaper labor creating the welfare state America suffers this days of.

posted on Jan, 13 2014 @ 04:11 PM
reply to post by marg6043

Amen Marge. I am democrat, I know, that means I am socialist. I don't know what I am to be truthful, politically, but I usually vote democrat. I just know that if high unemployment and low wages continue, it will not be good for me as a taxpayer. Because there will be NO CHOICE but to add more social programs. And I can't get out of paying my taxes like the wealthy.

Presidents can't produce jobs. I do not know why everyone wants to give Wall Street a free pass on the jobs when the taxpayers bailed them out. Maybe I am too old, but I thought businesses needed consumers with money to spend.

posted on Jan, 13 2014 @ 04:36 PM
reply to post by MOMof3

Presidents CAN create jobs.

During the last depression there was the CCC.

Something today similar to this would be WONDERFUL!

posted on Jan, 13 2014 @ 04:59 PM
Now this might be true, he still is doing better than most presidents republican or democrat. now I'm not against ether side I just think logically when it comes to political issues (as most should) in my opinion though, the democrat vs. republican thing doesn't seem to be the best system (I'm in between partys) now democrats and republicans working together, that seems like a system that works the best when they aren't trying to kill each other. Obama is doing a great job although I don't agree with some of the political choices he makes. Still it could be worse just remember that. Me, I like Obama because he is trying to make smart, logical choices in his term as much as he can despite all the negative publicity he seems to get.

posted on Jan, 13 2014 @ 06:51 PM
reply to post by HanzHenry

Yes, but that is a government program. Conservatives will NEVER go for something like that. I like the idea, but we could never convince the money people that is worthwhile.

posted on Jan, 13 2014 @ 08:34 PM
reply to post by HanzHenry

The government is actually the biggest employer in the nation as today even with the 1 million government cuts that the Obama administration did during the summer of 2012, when my husband lost his job for the first time in his adult life.

When the government controls the jobs in the nation the money generated in taxes goes back to pay salaries, America has lost its industrial base where jobs were generated by private sector that actually was putting new generated money into the economy, now the money just recycle itself and getting stagnant, as more people loses jobs that is less income to pay for the mammoth programs that the government have many nothing than waste and abuse of our tax dollars, like the bailouts and the QEs.

posted on Jan, 13 2014 @ 08:38 PM
reply to post by MOMof3

That is true, since Obama was elected his job initiative program has been on hold in congress, but the problem is that the job initiative programs is base on fixing the infrastructure in the nation, this money would only create temporary jobs no permanent and while it come look good in the books and when playing with the national statistics, once the jobs are done is more people that will fall on the unemployment benefits creating another crisis.

In other words is just a temporary fix.

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