After this week’s election, the American voters have told Barack Obama that they are tired of his failed policies and corrupt politics as they handed control of the Senate over to the Republicans.
At the beginning of his first term in office, Obama didn’t have to use many executive orders because he had control of the both the House and Senate. In 2010, Republicans gained control of the House in a sweeping mid-term election and closed the gap in the Senate. This has made it very difficult for Obama to execute his plans to turn America into a socialist nation.
In the four years since that time, Obama started wielding his executive orders with more frequency. Some of those executive orders have been unconstitutional and unlawful, but with the Democrats controlling the Senate, no one has been willing to mount a worthwhile challenge to them.
Among those executive orders already issued are those that give Obama absolute power and control of all forms of communication should there be any declared national emergency. There are also orders that would give him control of the banking and financial institutions as well.
At twelve noon on January 3, 2015, the 114th Congress will be sworn into office. That gives Barack Obama just under two months to do as much damage as possible before the GOP hog ties him and leaves him sulking in the Oval Office. I wonder how many executive orders he will issue in this two month period.
There have already been numerous reports that he is poised to issue an executive order to give amnesty to the 11-15 illegal aliens living in the United States. Supposedly, the federal government has been printing green cards non-stop in order to prepare for rush on government offices across the nation.
There’s no telling what else he might try. At this point I put nothing past him.