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Will Barack Obama Pull An FDR and, "Run," For President Again In 2016?

Obama does not use the US Constitution as a compass to help follow the laws of the land that he swore to uphold, protect and defend. He uses his own pen and shallow phone to plow his own political fields with many donkeys.

Congress is irrelevant to Obama, with republicans admitting they can't stop it.

"It," being the president's complete lack of respect for the supreme law of the land called the United States Constitution.

Just follow the dots, and connect them.

What makes anyone think that Obama is going to step down based on his record of continued, unabated, completely unrestrained by Congress lawlessness?

What would democrats do? They'd be all for electing a late third term abortion of a president without hesitation. Obama would face hardly any opposition within his own party over a 3rd term run, bypassing Congress and the United States Constitution as a matter of lawless practice.

For those who think this is a reach, please consider the following...and read carefully, in between the lines.

Is Hillary Clinton Too Old to Run?


Clinton turns 67 this October. At that age, she will likely be making her candidacy decision, and if nominated Clinton would turn 69 two weeks before the 2016 general election, notably the same age Ronald Reagan was when he was first elected in 1980.

The choice to run for president is effectively a nine-year commitment: one year to run, another four years if she wins a first term—finishing up that term at age 73—and then, assuming she runs for reelection and wins, serving four more years to end a second term at 77 years of age.

None of this is to say that the age issue could successfully be used against her. After all, Reagan won the presidency at the same age. But how many 67-year-olds make nine-year commitments, and what concerns have to be addressed if they do?

According to The Atlantic, during her tenure as secretary of State, Clinton traveled for 401 days to 112 countries, totaling 956,733 miles, a distance equal to more than 38 times around the globe; wags have taken to calling it "odometer diplomacy."

But also worth noting is how in Secretary Clinton's last year at her post, particularly the last few months at the State Department, the position clearly took a toll on her health; she experienced an episode of fainting or passing out, and suffered a head injury.

-------------------- Full article linked above.

Oh say can you see, by Obama's dim lit light that America is about to enter an age of darkness if his puppet masters decide to pull his strings again for another 4 years or more?

Obama has essentially admitted that he does not play by the rules.

He was never eligible to run for president in the first place, but he got away with it because too many people no longer have respect for the rule of law in America today.

Give a lawless dictator an inch and they will take you down an endless Road to Tyranny.

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He doesn't need to, the

He doesn't need to, the President's job description is "Puppet". They follow orders. Hillary or the next Republorat will happily take over and complete the order's from the Puppet Masters.

There is no Left or Right -- there is only freedom or tyranny. Everything else is an illusion, an obfuscation to keep you confused and silent as the world burns around you." - Philip Brennan

"Invest only in things that you can stand in front of and pr

A 'puppet'..

Or a rogue puppet..

"Hell is empty, and all the devils are here" (Shakespeare)
RP 2012~ Intellectual Revolution.

More likely Mitt will

Maybe for Mitt the third time will be the charm.

allegory - ˈalɪg(ə)ri/ - noun - 1. a story, poem, or picture which can be interpreted to reveal a hidden meaning, typically a moral or political one.

Interesting question

Will a rogue king abdicate the throne.
Only to save himself.
"A horse..my kingdom for a horse"

Would such a move be successful, I hardly think so, even Americans have a limit to what they can tolerate, and I think wiser heads would prevail.

Would it be a consideration, most definitely, but more in the form of a suddenly emerging existential threat to the nation.

And then, what could be more appealing to the progressives than the first black American president..
The first female black American president of course.

"Hell is empty, and all the devils are here" (Shakespeare)
RP 2012~ Intellectual Revolution.

He does face opposition from

He does face opposition from Democrat voters. Many voters have turned on him.

I think he will stick around in some other high level position somehow. Maybe some new position.

Republicans that didn't agree

Republicans that didn't agree with Bush helped form the Tea Party.

Democrats that don't agree with Obama helped form what?


If there is opposition to Obama within the democratic party, it sure as hell doesn't show.

Never be afraid to ask simple questions.

I just don't see this happening.

He and his masters know that if he / they try this, he won't live to see the end of the campaign.

This certainly isn't a threat; it's just a prediction [So f*ck off, NSA minders!].

Another anomalous run by Status Quobama would be the final straw for too many wigged-out and skeptical citizens who are already aware of and preparing for the coming war with tyranny, and it would only serve to hasten the conflict (Unless they really want to stand him up as a sort of false martyr / human sacrifice to further catalyze the conflict [?] Hmmmm.... on second thought, yikes... *gulp*.).

What would the Founders do?

If he does and wins another term...

It is time to put a peaceful revolution behind us and do what our Founding Fathers would have waaaaaay back in 1913 with the Federal Reserve Act passing along with the Federal Income Tax that was not properly ratified by the right amount of states.

"First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they attack you, then you win!"

"The belief is worthless if the fear of social and physical punishment overrides the belief."