Wow, take heart peeps. The GOP is finally beginning to fight back against the lawlessness emanating from the WH! It’s totally happening! Leaders in the GOP (who secretly would really rather punch the grassroots in the nose) have issued a report and they’re getting tough, rest assured, they tackling the problem! They are ALL OVER IT.
After five years of his flouting the letter and spirit of the law in an increasingly brazen fashion, congressional Republicans have been starting to ramp up their rhetoric about Obama’s lawlessness, their most concerted effort on the issue to date.
Several new reports from top Republicans underscore the breadth of Obama’s executive overreach. Viewed comprehensively, it involves laws ranging from healthcare to immigration to privacy to technology to social issues to national security matters and more. Scandals like Benghazi, Operation Fast and Furious, the IRS targeting of conservative groups, NSA spying, CIA spying on Congress, the Delphi pensions scandal, the auto bailout and others have many unresolved questions – and unmet document and information demands.
Last week, House Majority Leader Eric Cantor re-released his 33-page October 2012 report detailing 40 separate examples of “the break-down in the rule of law under the Obama Administration.” This time, Cantor added a nine-page addendum with scores more examples of lawlessness of the administration.
Let’s see. 33 pages plus 9 more pages equals 42 pages of lawlessness. Holy crap. So the GOP leadership has finally decided to DO something about it. Did the final straw happen at page 40?
Cantor’s earlier 33 page report was released one month prior to the 2012 election. So funny how that happens.
In Cantor’s original 2012 report, he cited one of the clearest examples of Obama’s executive power grab on immigration: when the president in summer 2012, in a Rose Garden speech alongside then Department of Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano, used executive authority to create the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program which granted executive amnesty to illegal aliens who say they were minors when they entered the country.
So, NOW Cantor wants to sound tough on immigration? Even though, since he released that scathing and timely report in 2012, the headlines have been this?
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