President Obama, the man who has stomped on the Constitution in ways even George W. Bush could only marvel at, had the gall to tell Tea Party Republicans not to destroy the United States. And, he did so a day after he received the money he needs to implement his unconstitutional healthcare overhaul.
Obama stated, “You don’t like a particular policy or a particular President? Then argue for your position. Go out there and win an election. Push to change it. But don’t break it. Don’t break what our predecessors spent over two centuries building. That’s not being faithful to what this country’s about.”
The fact that he accused Tea Party Republicans – the very principled members of the House who actually stood up to his unconstitutional healthcare law – of trying to break what the Founding Fathers and others have built is mind-boggling.
In less than five years in office, Obama has done more damage than any political leader in American history. If he thinks Tea Party Republicans are “breaking” the United States, what does he think about rampant eavesdropping in violation of the Fourth Amendment (hint: he supports it)? Or, what about piling on an insurmountable debt? Does he think attacking habeas corpus through the NDAA was beneficial to society?
The arrogance of this man is simply too much to swallow. If he really wants to lecture those who are “breaking” what our predecessors fought so hard and long to create, he should start by yelling at the man in the mirror.