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Sep05.2013
Obama, then and now 

Remember the good ole' days when a jive-talkin' Senator Obama was punkin' his way into the White House with all the self-assurance of a Chicago pimp with a Cadillac full of good looking white ho's?  On Dec20.2007 Obama sat down with Charlie Savage of the Boston Globe and answered some very, very direct questions.  As we know now, the answers were, like so much of Obama's rhetoric, total BS designed to tell the public what they wanted to hear.

Here are some excerpts that are particularly relevant today: 

“The President does not have power under the Constitution to unilaterally authorize a military attack in a situation that does not involve stopping an actual or imminent threat to the nation"

"As President, I will not assert a constitutional authority to deploy troops in a manner contrary to an express limit imposed by Congress and adopted into law.”  [Restricts his comment to troops.]

"It is illegal and unwise for the President to disregard international human rights treaties that have been ratified by the United States Senate, including and especially the Geneva Conventions. The Commander-in-Chief power does not allow the President to defy those treaties."

"Warrantless surveillance of American citizens, in defiance of FISA, is unlawful and unconstitutional."

 

 

 

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