Thursday, January 30, 2014

Obama's Historical SOTU: Socialism Justifies Tyranny

Barack Obama in his Speech Of The Union told the free American People that he intends to suspend the democratic process and by-pass Congress in order to spread the wealth around and 'take America down a peg or two'

Glenn Beck was not a fan of President Barack Obama's fifth State of the Union address last night. 

The host made that fact very clear on his radio show Wednesday morning, calling the speech "horrific from start to finish." But the "worst part," according to Beck were the "continued pronouncements that he fully intends to trash the Constitution of the United States."

Beck was referring to the president's promise to use executive orders to push through action that Congress can or will not pass. "America does not stand still -- and neither will I," Obama said in his address. "So wherever and whenever I can take steps without legislation to expand opportunity for more American families, that's what I'm going to do."

"Over and over again, looking us in the eye, he said he would use his executive power to get his way," Beck said. 

"He bragged about it repeatedly." He urged his audience to remember this moment, because "this was the State of the Union where our president declared he would become America's first dictator." But "the most chilling part of the speech" according to Beck, was that half of the Congress "who are about to lose their power, cheered him like the lemmings that they are."

Obama Knew About Russia Violating Nuclear Treaty

Apparently Russia has violated the INF Medium Range Nuclear Treaty. Secretary of State Kerry was briefed on the violations almost a year ago

This is a shortened, edited version of Reagan and Gorbachov signing of the INF Treaty. This is a Big Deal! 

The Kremlin cheated on a nuclear pact INF it signed with the United States, the U.S. government believes—and Secretary Kerry was briefed on the violations almost a year ago. Congressional leaders are acting to force the Obama administration to confront Russia on its violations of a nuclear treaty that U.S. officials have acknowledged since 2012.