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Back in 2008, then-Senator Barack Hussein Obama slammed George Bush accusing him of using ‘presidential signage’ to make laws in an effort to accumulate more power in the presidency. 

After a lame speech he made in Billings, Montana a woman in the audience named Jeanette asked the following question- “When Congress offers you a bill, do you promise not to use presidential signage to get your way?”

Obama promised the woman he wouldn’t use executive orders and unilateral “signing statements” that removed power from the legislative branch. What a crock of crap that was!

Frank Camp at Daily Wire has Obama’s response:


“Yes. Let me just explain for those who are unfamiliar with this issue. We’ve got a government designed by the Founders so that there’d be checks and balances. You don’t want a president who’s too powerful, or a Congress that’s too powerful, or a Court that’s too powerful. Everybody’s got their own role.

Congress’ job is to pass legislation. The president can veto it, or he can sign it–but what George Bush has been trying to do as part of his effort to accumulate more power in the presidency is he’s been saying: ‘Well, I can basically change what Congress passed by attaching a letter saying I don’t agree with this part, or I don’t agree with that part. I’m gonna choose to interpret it this way, or that way.’ That’s not part of his power, but this is part of the whole theory of George Bush, that he can make laws as he’s going along.

I disagree with that. I taught the Constitution for ten years, I believe in the Constitution, and I will obey the Constitution of the United States. We’re not gonna use signing statements as a way of doing an end run around Congress.”

There it is right there. He lied.

How quickly we forget. On Friday, Barack Obama signed the National Defense Authorization Act, and, according to the LA Times: “In a four-page signing statement, the president criticized various aspects of the bill, including the structure of a cyber-security command and limits on administrative leave for employees…”

This is Obama’s third signing statement this month alone. In fact, The Washington Times reports that he has issued more than 20 signing statements purporting to alter the way Congress wrote laws over the course of his presidency.

But promises never really apply to Barack Obama, do they?



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