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How can Obama break the law over and over again and get away with it?
Random & Fun / 2:40 PM - Wednesday February 12, 2014

How can Obama break the law over and over again and get away with it?

How many changes to the health care law so far? How can he get away with it.

If it were any other corporation breaking the law they would be fined/penalized but not Obama.

Its a law period. But he keeps changing it to benefit him as he pleases. How can this be right?

Congress sets the law NOT Obama. How is he getting away with this?

- Asked by Female, Who Cares?, Who Cares?

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Truth is he has done NOTHING illegal. Do you really think that ANY president makes any move, without thorough legal discussions and advice. What he has done to this point, is well within his power and authority.

Now whether or not you(I) like it, is another issue. But be sure, he is not the only president to take advantage of his power and authority.

- Response by randyl, Female, Who Cares?, Los Angeles, Who Cares?

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Don't make the thought incomplete.

I am not a fan of the President but he isn't the issue. Most politicians play games, misled and fib.

And there is nothing the current President is doing that those before him didn't do too.

At the moment the country is setting low standards and failing to meet them.

Too many of us are ... hopefully not you and I are included in that list.

|| DK ||



- Response by ddkk, An Intellectual Guy, Male, 36-45, Philadelphia, Political / Government

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Odumbo swore to uphold the constitution which requires him to enforce the laws passed by Congress. He has no authority to change the law. Its an impeachable crime.

- Response by greenwind, An Intellectual Guy, Male, 56-65, Construction

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I can't answer without knowing what are your sources for these accusations. If factual, these are grounds for impeachment. So, what is your evidence ?

- Response by carnivaljoe, A Mr. Nice Guy, Male, 66 or older, Retired

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