Obama Control

Obama is ignoring constitutional separation of powers to implement gun control measures. By doing so he’s fundamentally transforming the American regime into a progressive dictatorship in which he can remove your natural law right to protect yourself and your family by himself, without Congress. — Mark Levin

Chris Pandolfo is a fellow at Conservative Review (CR), writer for the CR Wire, and works for CR editor Mark Levin. But like most of us, Chris is also a big fan of The Great One, noted radio talk show host Mark Levin. Share his work:

Levin: We Need Obama Control!

Back from his holiday vacation, Conservative Review Editor-in-Chief Mark Levin took to the airwaves Monday night to lay out exactly what’s at stake with President Obama’s executive action on gun control.

Levin argues that, by ignoring the separation of powers in the constitution to implement gun control measures, President Obama is fundamentally transforming the American regime into a progressive dictatorship in which he can remove your natural law right to protect yourself and your family by himself, without Congress.

The Founders separated the powers of government into three co-equal branches in the constitution to prevent this and ensure that one branch of government would be kept in check by the others. Levin argues that the American Constitution was specifically designed to prevent someone like President Obama from taking away your liberties.

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The constitution empowers the Republican-controlled Congress with the power of the purse to stop President Obama. But Republican leadership has long since surrendered that power.

Without the right of self-defense, humans have no rights at all.

We don’t need or want anyone’s permission to arm and defend ourselves. We don’t need a law — or in this case a fascist’s diktat — to tell us it’s right or wrong. Those are our primal freedoms, they come before and above any arbitrary man-made law.

It is the truth that matters. Be thankful there is a Second Amendment, not for our liberty, but to define the limits of those who think they have some special right to rule over us and our liberty. And that specifically applies to presidents.

God Preserve the United States of America.

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