Presidents Power Grabs – There is no Limit to what this Imposture in Chief is doing behind the scenes!‏ by James Clements

Behind the scenes Obama is moving faster than anyone can imagine to grab all of the control and power he can before the next election.

Obama has already proven that Congress is irrelevant and that he doesn’t care what they do.  That’s why the Senate has not proposed a budget for over 1,000 days.

Now he is attacking the Supreme Court and challenging SCOTUS to oppose him.

National Ocean Policy is an executive power grab

By Rep. John Fleming (R-La.) – 03/30/12 03:29 PM ET


The Obama Administration power grab continues. This time the president wants to seize more executive control over a massive piece of real estate: our oceans, the tributaries that lead to them, and the inland areas that surround those waterways.

Plenty of regulations, on the federal, state, and local levels, already govern the supervision of our oceans and coastlines. An estimated 140 laws are on the books for managing fisheries, offshore energy development, and marine conservation.Instead of cutting out the overlap and redundancy, and lessening the heavy burden of government rules, the Obama Administration is following a course that will create broad new regulations and expand Executive Branch overreach.

Just months after President Obama took office he formed a panel of federal bureaucrats and told them to create a “national policy” that would oversee oceans, coastlines, and the Great Lakes. Then, by executive order, the president launched a National Ocean Council which led to nine smaller panels. As the layers of federal bureaucracy pile up, so have the guarantees that the outcome – the president’s National Ocean Policy – will be another top-down, centralized plan that tramples the power of states and the rights of individual citizens.

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“ does not require a majority to prevail, but rather an irate, tireless minority keen to set brush fires in people’s minds..” – Samuel Adams

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