Let's say Obama will make us all into slaves. I can't stop it.
Let's say Obama will not make us us all into slaves. I can't stop that either.
Let's think of another oddball possibility. I can't stop that either.
There is no way to predict the future. The second best way to estimate the future is to base it upon the past. Historically every single president has been accused of overstepping his constitutional authority yet we have never become slaves or had our property seized by the government without just cause. We can take that data and assume that President Obama will overstep his constitutional authority but will fail to make us slaves and seize our property.
I will bet you $1,000 that this will never happen and I will collect the cash in February 2017. If Obama is still in office on February 2017 you will win the $1,000. Would you like to make that bet?
Of course not. Most people can't afford to lose $1,000 to make a point.
Quote Originally Posted by sKiTzo View Post
Obama, and all members of congress have broken their oaths and committed treason, yet NOTHING is done about it.
Tell me something (I know I might regret this) - how many presidents and congress critters going how far back have been guilty of treason and broken oaths?
This was a reply to post # 27
Nixon (sabotaged LBJ's Vietnam peace agreement), Reagan (sabotaged Carter's negotiations to free hostages), GHWBush (Iran/Contra 8 indictments and pardons), GWBush (AWOL or deserter?). Clinton lied about a blow job, Obama killed Qaddaffi.
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snopes.com: Executive Order 13603 -- National Defense Resources Preparedness
Read the above link.
But I'm sure it's a "conspiracy" isn't it?
Snopes is in on the "New Order" coming to the USofA.
Early voting in Georgia. On the 20th of October this old Goldwater conservative voted against both Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton by casting my vote for Gary Johnson. Neither Trump or Clinton belong within a million miles of the Oval Office.
Not only is the reaction to this [Executive Order] wildly over the top in some corners, but the Executive Order itself is nothing more than a restatement of policy that has been in place in decades and grants no authority to the President or the Cabinet that they don't already have under existing law.