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President Obama grabs the baton and runs with it

March 23, 2012
Brasscheck TV

One of the scariest aspects of George W. Bush’s rule was his rabid (yes, I wrote rabid on purpose) expansion of the use of Executive Orders. It was feared, at the time, that it was all leading towards something bad.

Despite campaign promises to the contrary, President Obama has also expanded the use of Executive Orders, or ‘rule by decree’. To our great consternation, his orders are leading very much in the same direction as his predecessor’s.

I call it ‘Continuity You Can Believe In’.

But where are these two very different Presidents leading us?

And when will we know we’ve arrived?

One Comment leave one →
  1. March 24, 2012 6:58 pm

    The concern should have been raised when Bush started BECAUSE it was not necessary then, the Neo Com war lust and our surrender of our security and and war plan to Israel made this necessary PROPERLY UPDATED AND COTROLLED. Before you reply think back step by step as I always do. Of course I am concerned at 86 I know something about wars and dictators, at the same time under the instruction of the Israeli Security system (right for them but not for us then)the Neo Con Bush Administration, Chaney to be precise, set in motion all the forces that would make those new rules necessary. I remember Bush stating “my work would be easier if I were a dictator” and “The Constitution is only a piece of paper” Keep that in mind as you sort things out. They made so many enemies for us, they allowed our resources and this nation to
    be robbed and raped, Obama must get it back where we can defend ourselves, but he has to clean house as well. Ans the old military way
    is not applicable any longer.

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