Just How Corrupt Is the Obama Administration?

4614936283_Obama_Corruption_answer_2_xlargeScandal after scandal, coupled with an ongoing contempt for the law and the Constitution, demonstrated by high-level officials and the president himself, point to one deeply troubling conclusion: the Obama administration may be the most corrupt administration ever inflicted on the American public. And while the mainstream media have done a remarkable job deflecting much of that reality, even they cannot keep up with the avalanche of disturbing revelations that arise, seemingly on a daily basis.

We begin with yet another report about the Fast and Furious gunrunning operation, courtesy of Sharyl Attkisson, one of the few remaining reporters who follows a story wherever it goes. Last Wednesday, three more F&F weapons turned up at crime scenes in Mexico. Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry and as many as 300 Mexican nationals, including teens at a birthday party, were slaughtered by those weapons. Yet the ensuing investigation was first thwarted by Eric Holder’s refusal to turn over critical documents to congressional investigators, earning him a contempt of Congress citation. It was followed by President Obama invoking executive privilege to prevent the same. Other documents reveal that Eric Holder lied to Congress about when he first heard about the operation. The House Oversight Committee is currently suing for release of the material, but both Holder and Obama remain unscathed by this deadly debacle, even as the Terry family’s effort to find out what really happened to their son has been ignored.

Holder’s duplicity regarding Fast and Furious is hardly an anomaly. On March 1, 2011, Holder told Congress that “decisions made in the New Black Panther Party (NBPP) case were made by career attorneys in the department.” It was subsequently revealed that an Obama appointee, Associate A.G. Thomas Perrelli, overruled a unanimous decision by DOJ attorneys who favored prosecuting NBPP members seen on videotape attempting to intimidate voters outside a Philadelphia polling station during the 2008 election.

Holder also “misled” Congress last June. “With regard to the potential prosecution of the press for the disclosure of material: that is not something I’ve ever been involved in, heard of or would think would be wise policy,” he said. Yet it was subsequently revealed that Holder personally signed off on a warrant to investigate Fox New reporter James Rosen, allowing the DOJ to search Rosen’s email and phone records, as well as those of his family members.

The DOJ also secretly seized the phone records of AP reporters and editors, claiming they only did so after making “every reasonable effort to obtain information through alternative means.” The timing of the investigation suggested the DOJ was looking into who leaked classified information about a plot to disrupt a second underwear bomber from blowing up a jetliner in Yemen. According to the New York Times, that was one of two leaks Holder was investigating “after a spate of disclosures about the bomb plot, cyberwarfare against Iran, Mr. Obama’s procedures for putting terrorism suspects on a ‘kill list,’ and the raid that killed Osama bin Laden.”

On Monday, the Washington Times offered the DOJ a big assist with regard to that second leak, revealing that “scores of State Department emails” show the Obama administration itself granted Times reporter David E. Sanger access to a series of high-level administration officials. Sanger then wrote a book about the American-Israeli effort to sabotage Iranian nuclear centrifuges with the Stuxnet virus.

As for the raid that killed Osama bin Laden, none other than Vice President Joe Biden revealed the involvement of SEAL Team 6 in that operation. Congress has announced an investigation into the subsequent deaths of 22 SEALs whose helicopter was shot down in Afghanistan in 2011. Part of that investigation will likely include the possibility that Biden’s shameless promotion of administration “toughness” may have made those SEALs targets. Additionally, misleading information provided by the Defense Department to family members of the slain SEALs indicates this scandal may be even bigger than Benghazi.

The ongoing investigation of the IRS’s targeting of conservative groups, which has expanded from “rogue agents” in Cincinnati all the way up to IRS Chief Counsel–one of two agency members appointed by the president–now enters its third month. It has also expanded beyond the IRS, as a series of previously undisclosed emails indicate the Federal Election Commission (FEC) may have been given taxpayer information in violation of federal law and the IRS regulations. Earlier this month House House Oversight Committee Chairman Darrell Issa (R-CA) announced he would subpoena IRS documents, because the agency was stonewalling investigators’ requests, exactly as the DOJ did in the Fast and Furious scandal.

With regard to these scandals and others, the administration’s water-carriers in the media, as well as the president himself, have attempted to dismiss them as “phony” or “unnecessary distractions.” This “what difference at this point does it make” attitude, exemplified by former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, is part of a well-established strategy by an administration convinced the attention span of the public can be undermined by both the volume of scandals, and the time it takes to unravel each one. Thus, for example, the Washington Post’s August 15 revelation that the NSA “has broken privacy rules or overstepped its legal authority thousands of times each year since Congress granted the agency broad new powers in 2008″ overshadows the IRS scandal, which overshadows Navy SEAL scandal, which overshadows the Benghazi scandal, which overshadows Fast and Furious–all of which have been dismissed at one time or another as partisan witch hunts.

Yet even if one were to completely concede such a deplorable assertion, there is still no question whatsoever that administration officials have trampled on both the rule of law and the Constitution. Perhaps the most contemptible effort in that regard is President Obama’s transparently unconstitutional effort to suspend various parts of the Affordable Healthcare Act. How Americans feel about that piece of legislation is irrelevant. What’s relevant is that Congress passed the law, including the part that calls for its implementation beginning on Jan. 1, 2014, and the president signed it. There is no Constitutional way the president can simply choose to ignore sections of a law he doesn’t like, or go around Congress completely when they won’t kowtow to his agenda.

Yet that’s precisely what Obama and other administration officials have done. In 2012, the president unilaterally decreed that the same DREAM Act rejected by Congress 18 months earlier would be implemented for the children of illegal aliens. He also gutted part of the Welfare Reform Act of 1996, in clear violation of the statute. Obama is still ignoring a ruling by the 4th Circuit Court of Appeals and federal appeals courts in D.C. and Philadelphia, all of whom ruled his “recess” appointments to the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) were unconstitutional.

And while the contempt for the law starts at the top, it is by no means limited to the president himself. On August 12, Eric Holder ordered his attorneys to stop seeking mandatory sentences in low-level drug cases, by deliberately withholding evidence regarding the amount of drugs involved. Holder is also suing the state of Texas to pre-clear its latest election law, in complete defiance of the recent Supreme Court ruling that stated Section 4 of the Voting Rights Act is “unconstitutional” and that “the formula can no longer be used as a basis for subjecting jurisdiction to preclearance.” He is also pursuing civil rights violations against George Zimmerman, absent a shred of evidence for doing so.

Treasury Secretary Jack Lew is also demonstrating contempt for the law. A Daily Treasury Statement dated July 26 revealed the federal debt had remained at approximately  $16.7 trillion for 70 straight days, despite the reality that the federal deficit rose by $98 billion in July. If the debt had continued to increase, it would have topped the debt limit imposed by Congress. Lew characterizes his effort to circumvent Congress as “extraordinary measures.” Yet any American company engaging in similarly “extraordinary” accounting procedures would be targeted for prosecution.

Newly appointed EPA head Gina McCarthy is also comfortable bypassing the Legislative Branch of government. McCarthy announced on August 14 that the EPA will unilaterally enact rules to combat global warming, despite the reality that a bill to establish a cap-and-trade system was rejected by Congress in 2009–when Democrats controlled both chambers of Congress.

Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius is being investigated by Congress for soliciting donations from health organizations to promote Obamacare. In May, Senator Lamar Alexander (R-TN) explained that such an effort might be yet another attempt to bypass Congress. “If she is raising money from private entities and coordinating with those entities to do something that Congress has refused to do, the Constitution doesn’t allow that and federal law makes it a criminal violation,” he told National Review.

Congress may have trouble getting to the truth. According to an Associated Press story published in June, Sebelius and a number of other administration officials have been using “secret government email accounts they say are necessary to prevent their inboxes from being overwhelmed with unwanted messages.” Yet the AP further notes that, despite filing a Freedom of Information Act three months earlier, most agencies have failed to turn over such information, and that the Labor Department demanded more than $1 million for the account names. The AP pursued the story after it was discovered that former EPA head Lisa Jackson was conducting official business using a secret email account under the alias “Richard Windsor.”

And lest anyone think the practice may have been discontinued, the House Oversight Committee last Tuesday requested that IRS official Lois Lerner turn over emails sent to, or from, her personal “msn.com” account. “Through the course of the investigation, we have learned that you sent documents related to your official duties from your official IRS e-mail account to an msn.com e-mail account labeled ‘Lois Home,’” a letter sent to Lerner states. “This raises some serious questions concerning your use of a non-official e-mail account to conduct official business.”

So much for the self-professed “most transparent administration in history.”

All of the above suggests the Obama administration is guided by one over-riding imperative: we’ll do whatever we want, and we dare someone to stop us. Since the media are more a part of the problem than the solution, that burden falls on the Judicial Branch of government, or the Republican Party. As mentioned above, Eric Holder is already ignoring a Supreme Court ruling regarding voting rights, and Obama will ignore the ruling on his illegal NLRB appointees until the Supreme Court hears the case next term.

As for Republicans, investigations into the numerous administration scandals is ongoing, but best described as plodding. This is due in large part to the sheer volume of dubious activity they are tasked with investigating. But their reticence in certain areas, most notably House Speaker John Boehner’s (R-OH) refusal to appoint a Select Committee to investigate Benghazi, despite pressure from fellow Republicans, is deeply disturbing.

Yet their calculatingly reticent reaction to the president’s determination to ignore the law is beyond the pale. Perhaps the best encapsulation of the party’s unbearably pusillanimous attitude was expressed last week by Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) with regard to so-called comprehensive immigration reform. “I believe that this president will be tempted, if nothing happens in Congress, he will be tempted to issue an executive order as he did for the DREAM Act kids a year ago, where he basically legalizes 11 million people by the sign of a pen,” Rubio said in an interview last Tuesday.

In other words, give Obama what he wants because he’ll take it anyway. It is precisely this kind of capitulation that has millions of Americans wondering if there is anything Republicans will do to throttle any aspect of this administration’s illegal behavior. It is not an exaggeration to say the fate of the nation may depend on the answer to that question.

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  • bluffcreek1967

    Obama’s corruption didn’t begin when he was in college, or when he met with domestic terrorist Bill Ayers, or when he attended a radical America-hating church for 20 years. No, it began when he was much younger, when his mother and father (grandparents too) helped to form his anti-American and pro-Marxist worldview. Those small seeds at a young age eventually flourished into the man Obama is today – and after so many years, his goal to radically ‘transform’ America hasn’t changed one bit.

    This man is a traitor to all patriotic Americans, including our constitution as established by our nation’s founders. He is deliberately attempting to destroy the U.S. from within. Is there really any doubt about this now? The truly amazing thing about it all is not that he was elected president, but that he was elected twice in the midst of a failed economy and after a track-record of complete failure!? This is what liberalism has done to the minds of most Americans.

    “Why Hasn’t There Been a Revolution?” http://www.ambrosekane.com

  • AlexanderGofen

    The title ought to be:

    “How corrupt is the US Congress and de-facto one party system in this nation”, because all the listed crimes and violations remained swept under the rug, no opposition heard.

    How uncivil is the nation having no organized opposition rushing to expose the crimes of the opponents listed in this “approved list” of crimes? Indeed, the most grotesque crimes are omitted as usual:

    – Even the name of the resident (Obama-Soetoro-Soebarkach-Bounel) remains uncertain, his stolen SS# and forgeries – never prosecuted, denied, and tabooed during all 5 incredibly ugly years, while his constitutional ineligibility flew into the face since day one in 2008.

    How more corrupt and fallen the nation must be?

    • semus

      If it’s never mentioned it never happened.

    • davarino

      I agree Alex, the Republicans have been comprimised. The left have blackmailed the Repubs into silence, thats why I believe every Repub should have to go through a primary. We need to sweep both houses of congress clean every two terms. That would make it harder for the likes of Soros to buy out conservatives.

      • AlexanderGofen

        If an opposition were up to its duties: Who can blackmail it?! You are too generous mentioning that repooobs are “compromised”. They are completely owned by the same handlers…

        • davarino

          That is why I think we as repubs (I say “we” fasciciously) need to demand that at least our congressmen be limited to two terms. That way if a congressman is bought out, Soros will have to spend his money faster : )
          Seriously, I think term limits is needed for all congressmen, dem and repub. Otherwise we are chasing our tails voting for this, voting for that while they just keep the shell game going.
          What do you think?

          • AlexanderGofen

            The issues you raised are valid. However in order to not chaise our tail, first we have to prosecute and dismantle the criminal party, and on its ruins to establish the patriotic party on a clear unambiguous platform like this: http://www.resonoelusono.com/Platform.htm

            See also here: http://www.resonoelusono.com/HarshLetterToMembers.htm

          • http://www.MARVINFOX.com/ Marvin E. Fox

            You have your priorities misaligned. 1. get rid of each major enemy.
            2. Put our Republic back on it constitutional base.
            3. Put the remaining political parties on on a Constitutional base, if any remain.
            Marvin Fox

      • Michael__Durham

        It’s far too late for that. The United States of America is finished.

        • ThomasCollins1

          you forget whom it is we’re up against…deep down incompetents all

          • Michael__Durham

            They are *NOT* incompetent. This is a dangerous and thoughtless notion you have. They are QUITE COMPETENT – they know EXACTLY what they are doing. They are vile, One World Leftist-fascist tyrants…and they are extremely dangerous and well-organized. The one thing they are NOT is “incompetent”.

          • ThomasCollins1

            There isn’t even competence at the federal reserve board where all policies originate. Biden is incompetent, Clinton is exceedingly incompetent, Holder is incompetent, Sibelius is incompetent, and Obama walks away with the prize, the dolt-in-chief. There are career bureaucrats in government who are competent, but they don’t (for the most part) make policy. The problem is that many American citizens have bought into the homosexual lies, and are becoming impotent masochists. The left relies on an illusion and nothing more. All we need is Toto to pull back the curtain. Like a bad dream, all you need to do is wake up.

          • http://www.MARVINFOX.com/ Marvin E. Fox

            They know what they want and they get it from others. That is not incompetence.
            Marvin Fox

          • ROHBAR

            They are not incompetent they have a one world order agenda and they are owned by the global banking freaks who are satan worshippers at least a good number of them.
            These banking elitists are owners of the federal reserve (which is not federal) they own many of the politicians they are sick freaks and power hungry! Alex Jones give a lot of info even though he sounds like he is out there he has got a lot of info that is true and it can be proved!

          • ThomasCollins1

            “The United States of America is finished.”

            “This is a dangerous and thoughtless notion you have.”

            I’m not sure I can add to this. Your statement is by far more dangerous and thoughtless.

          • http://www.MARVINFOX.com/ Marvin E. Fox

            The statement, “The United States of America is finished,” is wrong, thoughtless, and helps those who want the United States to be finished. OurRepublic belongs to we the people, they can’t have it.
            Marvin Fox

          • James Brown

            Micheal, you are so correct. I have that very argument with my tea party brothers and sisters and very few of them really understand the threat we now face.

          • http://www.MARVINFOX.com/ Marvin E. Fox

            You are right! You and the rest of America are waking up to the fact that their pretended ignorance allows free reign to actual illegal changes in our Constitutional Government.
            Marvin Fox

          • Michael__Durham

            I woke up to this a long time ago, Marvin. A long time ago.

          • Connect The Dots

            I agree with you 100%. Too many people still think Obama’s goal is to heal America, when it’s just the opposite… Obama’s goal is to DESTROY America, economically, militarily, morally… Obama is an Islamic extremist, a ihadist, probably a member of the Muslim Brotherhood. He’s a terrorist that wears Armani… and America’s most dangerous enemy.

          • http://www.MARVINFOX.com/ Marvin E. Fox

            I have forgotten nothing. We are up against a phony democracy, phony socialists and various tyrants. They have inspired and protected the incompetence in our nation to insure a hiding place for themselves for their own attempt to replace our constitutional government. You know where the hiding place is; I know where it is. We all know what to do, we are still uncertain about how to do it.
            Marvin Fox

          • Kathleen Buchanan



        • http://www.MARVINFOX.com/ Marvin E. Fox

          The United states of America is a Republic founded on strength, courage, and intelligence. The phony democracy that has been causing most of our problems may and should be finished. Our Republic will remain standing. We got along without them before we met them, and we will get along without them after they are gone.
          Marvin Fox

          • lessthantolerant

            the cancer runs too deep our children have been brainwashed and our resolve is ebbing.

          • http://www.MARVINFOX.com/ Marvin E. Fox

            The cancer does run deep, but it must not be assumed to be fatal. Our children will accept the teaching of their parents , or most will. The parents must teach the Constitution, and their own traditional family values.
            Marvin Fox

        • ROHBAR

          Did those who where going against their own british government their king who was tax them and regulating them to death, give up?

          • lessthantolerant

            We are not the people of 1776, our society is lazy and apathetic.

          • http://www.MARVINFOX.com/ Marvin E. Fox

            We are still the people of 1776. We can still do the job they did against the British. We will do the job against thephony democracy/socialists/progressives/Marxist/political liberals and those who are unwise enough to join them.
            Marvin Fox

          • ROHBAR

            There are many who want to stay in pollannaville not opening their eyes, I agree with you but I do believe in NOT giving up! It took a small percentage of colonialists to change things!

          • lessthantolerant

            I pray you are right, I have yet to find many who would stand with me at the gates.

          • ROHBAR

            There are many groups who are doing what they can, I go to Teaparty meetings they stand for the US Constitution, find a group that stands for the principles of the Constitution. Or find a group I go to another group to fight fish and game, blm, us forest service, sometimes you have to get with others! Find out about Agenda 21 info from FreedomAdvocates.org, that will give you a start. Listen to or get information from Chris Anne Hall she talks on how we got the US Constitution!

          • lessthantolerant

            Interesting, I shall spend sometime this weekend reading this and its links, I agree that Sustainability is a new cancer being foisted on us by the liberal loons and their brainwashed children of the state.
            I have purchased tracts of land in Costa Rica and Belize thinking I will have to leave my beloved country in the next couple of years.
            I hope I am wrong.

          • http://www.MARVINFOX.com/ Marvin E. Fox

            No they didn’t. That same spirit is awakening again. it was a difficult battle then, and will be again. It will be won again.
            Marvin Fox

        • lessthantolerant

          I sadly agree with you.

      • ROHBAR

        Republicians have not been compromised they have no guts and the establishment repubs want to push a christie, who nothing but a dude who likes to lip up to a so called prez!

      • ROHBAR

        The enemies of America are the bilderbergs, tri-lateral commission, council on foreign relations, illuminati, many politicians who accept federal funds, Agenda 21 pushed by the united commie nations which is away of lies of enviro’s to take away property rights, the same garbage that is in the communist manifesto. This agenda 21 was signed on by bush senior, bill clinton, and the muslim brotherhood oblamo which is a puppet for the one world order freaks (global banking elitists).

    • Liberal Bob

      I really do think that a constitutional amendment limiting the terms of our representatives would help many of them grow a spine, allowing them to fight for the good of the country and not their own careers.

  • Hank Rearden

    It is not so much that Obama is a liar. It is more profound than that. For him,words are merely tools to deal with the current situation. Thus, his oath to uphold the Constitution means nothing to him. It was just a form of words that were required at the time he happened to be standing in front of the Capitol.

    Obama does not believe in the Constitution, or what it stands for – limited government with power temporarily invested in a specific person. He thinks that this is The Jubilee, what all history has been working toward.

    The Republicans have to stick to their last and…press on. Keep up the pressure. Make the case in public. Don’t accommodate themselves to anything.

    This is a rough patch for the Republic. All previous republics have fallen. We have to defy the odds.

  • liberalloons

    Slowly but surely, Obama’s supporters are getting a little taste of reality, and its bitter. I have a lady friend that thought her recently unemployed daughter was going to get a government subsidized insurance plan from a reputable company. Yesterday she got a call from a Blue Cross Blue Shield rep , and he informed her that her daughter would have to sign up for Medicaid , she knows what that means . A run down hospital in the worst part of town, or the county medical clinic….also in the worst part of town. Walking up to either one is more dangerous than any ailment that you suffer from, and in a few months lots of new white Medicaid patients are going to run that gauntlet.

    • WW4

      It’s not just Obama supporters. This is where health care was going, whether Obama, Romney (the godfather of Obamacare), or Daffy Duck got into office. Your friend’s unemployed daughter is going to be covered, as opposed to not covered. That is “Obamacare:” people who do not have coverage and who qualify will be directed into Medicaid. As opposed to being denied coverage by every insurance company.

      Likewise, people who have been insulated for decades from the actual expenses they incur on their employers’ dime will now have to become more responsible with their health care dollars. Again–this was going to happen (indeed, had been predicted for decades) no matter what. That is why Obama had congress draft the ACA as his first priority in office.

      Is it perfect? No, it kinda stinks. Employers still have huge obligations. Insurance companies will think of more ways not to pay providers for services. Taxpayers will be on the hook. But it’s the current political reality because we steadfastly refuse to address costs while the industry players consolidate, buy lobbyists, etc.

      As I said in another thread, a government-administered single payer system would be a VAST improvement. People would LOVE it in terms of convenience. But eventually…yep–the well runs dry.

      Conservatives need to accept that coverage has to be mandatory. Liberals need to realize competition, not government, is the best way to maintain quality and deal with costs.

      • liberalloons

        There will be no single payer for one reason, the American people would revolt over the tax burden required to pay for it.

        • WW4

          That’s because the American people have no idea what health care already costs them. But you’re not wrong.

          We already pay double what any other comparable nation pays overall for healthcare, a lot of that gets sucked into these administrative labyrinths. I think any revolt would rather be over eventual reduction in quality. Single payer (in the short term) would certainly eliminate a lot of the administrative costs and attendant hassles of current insurance and billing systems. Like I said it could also free up business from that enormous burden–so there could be immediate big economic benefits.

          The main problem is, as you hint at–government already costs too much. And single payer will require regulation. Next thing you know, taxes go up and up and up, and you have that one-size-fits-all approach government is so fond of. So short term–people would love it. Long term–could drag the economy down again.

          • liberalloons

            A wise man once said, and sadly I don’t remember his name ” If the government started regulating grains of sand, in a few years there would be a sand shortage”.

          • trickyblain

            “If a government were put in charge of the Sahara Desert, within five years they’d have a shortage of sand.”
            -Milton Friedman

          • liberalloons

            I botched a great saying by a great man. I poured out half my Vodka and tonic as punishment.

  • RogerDane

    A fine article accurately portraying the unbelievable “fall” from honor the Presidency has experienced these past five or so years… BUT (!) significantly this was foretold and forewarned of by those Founders in 1776. It was feared in the 40’s and 50’s as we entered the cold war and combated totalitarianism around the world (to the anger and chagrin of the ‘doves’ or, dare we say, liberals in transition?) Look at “Fail Safe”, “Seven Days in May”, and “Dr. Strangelove” to but realize that the staunch Americanism ‘peace thru power’ stance was ridiculed… but now as we do have a fallen Presidency, where is Gen. James Mattoon Scott when we need him? “Twelve Angry Men” decried the court systems and we saw how justice (or was it indeed injustice) could be circumvented by one Henry Fonda with an identical switchblade. Question authority was a two edged blade and the rallying point of that 60’s period, it certainly seems long gone today. My point is simply this, we have created an electorate that does not think, does not research (the majority that is), does not seem to care excepting those in the ‘entitlement programs’ and perceives all of life including the “direction” of America and her people as somehow secondary to their consumerism, iPads and iPhones and Fox Sunday Comic TV junk… mindless, easily and willingly distracted and addicted to sound bites that lie… such good articles as this are ‘water off a duck’s back’ to those people and those of us who read and research and cringe at the future make up too small a portion of the voting public. I believe we will not recover but that we will have a great and turbulent period, perhaps a civil war type upheaval, and it may stem the slide into dictatorial socialism for a period. Maybe we can do something then besides ‘vote’ in corrupt elections and comment after accurate articles. Be safe all.

  • birdonawire

    Nothing here. Move along.

  • BenJabo1Machal

    Think of him as CALIPH OBAMA

  • WW4

    Don’t you think if Republicans thought they had a chance, they’d use it? Do you think their egos enjoy having a writer make excuses for why they aren’t doing their due diligence?

    See, there’s a difference between the guy you elect to office, and the guy ranting on the radio or website. The guy you elect to office is accountable; the guy on the radio is not. The guy in office needs evidence; the guy writing articles can make speculation seem like evidence. And (most cynically) the guy in office wants to make sure that if his party is in power he has the same outlets and safeguards as his opponent.

    Whether you are, say, selling arms to the country that held your citizens hostage to fund activities prohibited by Congress, or shtupping an intern, at some point, a trail begins, evidence is collected, and the political will is there.

    Where is the political will?

    • glpage

      For all intents and purposes, much of the Republican party is complicit in this debacle.

  • DontMessWithAmerica

    If these two scofflaws don’t eventually end up in jail then America will lose all credibility as a Democracy and will join the ranks of third world nations.

    • http://www.MARVINFOX.com/ Marvin E. Fox

      Don’tMessWithAmerica, you just messed with America. Our Republic has never for one second of its existence been a democracy. You should read Article 4 Section 4 of our Constitution.
      The Definition of our Republic is its Constitution; all other definitions are false or incomplete.
      Redefining our Republic as our democracy is false, and becoming more ridiculous by the minute.
      Marvin Fox

  • krinks

    The real story should be “Being a Democrat means you never have to apologize nor say you’re sorry”. You have the full weight of the MSM as well as the entertainment industry to do that for you. You are free then to be as corrupt as Hitler and no one dare to expose you.

  • tracy

    What do JFK and Obama have in common during their administrations and the military intelligence complex?I have never read anything about this from you or frontpage.Could you put something out there on this?

  • Revolution101

    I believe if the officials that were elected and are not obummers cronies don’t forcefully do some now the few silent whispers of “revolution calling” will begin to grow into a lions roar of the same. If anyone remembers the last war we fought against tyranny, and this is what obummer is doing, Tyranny, it only took 3% of the population to win our independence from the tyrant……is it gonna take the same actions we took against the brittish to secure our freedom again??? III%

  • Donald J DaCosta

    It should by now be more than obvious that neither the current republican leadership or the current members of the fourth estate are willing or able to do anything to stop the Obama juggernaut. The more he and his cronies in this administration are able to get away with the more egregious and overt their actions will become. Illegal lies, actions, disclaimers, obfuscation and delay
    tactics are obviously working to Obama’s advantage. Unchallenged and
    unpunished the inevitable result will be more of the same. They’ve been given four more years to carry out Obama’s promised “transformation” of America with over three years left to do it. That’s a fact that cannot be whisked under the rug.

    I came across this yesterday and suggest everyone unaware take a few
    minutes and see if it is of interest.


    The people need to rise up and take a stand that cannot be ignored. This
    could be a way to do just that using Article V of the Constitution. That may be wishful thinking but the situation is becoming desperate and dangerous. Article V may be the way out if enough citizenry and their respective state legislators become involved. The federal government has grown to mammoth, overpowering proportions. It should be obvious to anyone paying attention that it will not check or shrink itself. Maybe the threat of a convention of the States will be enough but, if not, it presents a legal way to revolt against what Obama and his ilk intend to establish and a road map to get back on the limited government system the Founders intended. This is not violent revolution but a thoughtful, reasoned assertion of existing, Constitutional authority that I suspect few know of; I confess I did not.

    Waiting for a savior, a knight in shining armor, to risk all in a herculean effort to clean up this mess, or for an ill informed electorate to make the best choices at the ballot box has proven to be a huge gamble on the survival of America as a free, representative republic. But these are desperate times and something
    must be done. Obama and company cannot continue to be allowed to ignore and abuse the law. And, perhaps, a massive, widely publicized campaign involving a majority of states in the union will motivate, educate and re-educate an ill informed, disinterested, disengaged, disgruntled, apathetic, pessimistically skeptical, but otherwise intelligent electorate convinced that their vote counts for nothing.

  • Giles Blyzzard

    The answer to your headline is yes. One or two.

  • truebearing

    Nothing is more corrupt than a full-blown coup, presided over by a malignant, megalomaniacal, racist, narcissistic, Muslim Marxist.

  • http://www.MARVINFOX.com/ Marvin E. Fox

    Obama’s latest Egyptian ‘lead from behind fiasco’ was first reported as stopping American aid to Egypt. That message was topped by the report that he wasn’t stopping the aid to Egypt, that aid would have gone principally to the Egyptian military and its fight against the Muslim Brotherhood, the aid to Egypt was only being withheld until Obama decided what should be done. The more duplicitous derailing of aid to the Egyptian military helps the Muslim Brotherhood with as much certainty as stopping the aid helps the MB.
    The American people are wising up to political trickery. The Muslim Brotherhood’s plan to conquer these United States is not new, it is decades old. This administration cannot say it doesn’t know about that document. I have a copy of the Muslim Brotherhoods plan to conquer our nation. I received the MB plan using the internet. I think there are enough keywords in the MB plan to rouse the NSA’s interest enough to get a copy from more sources than I can count. Obama must certainly know of that plan.
    How does the Obama Administration intend to fight the terrorist war the Muslim Brotherhood is already fighting against the United States?
    Answer? Answer!
    Marvin Fox

  • Steven Chavez

    I am sure in near future obama will betray America allowing our enemies to freely attack us, I’m 100% sure he’s not a citizen, his actions show a distaste for our constitution, our wealth, freedom, and religion… mocks Jesus and bible.


    Of all the people in the government you would think someone loved this nation enough to get rid of the trash!

  • USARetired

    O’Bozo is a fraudster, illegal immigrant and criminal that should have been put in front of a grand jury early in his first term. The damage he has done to this nation is reprehensible and some unrepairable, especially the damage to our reputation with our allies. We no longer have any allies because of this Charlton traitor!

  • Ellman48

    “In other words, give Obama what he wants because he’ll take it anyway.
    It is precisely this kind of capitulation that has millions of Americans
    wondering if there is anything Republicans will do to throttle any
    aspect of this administration’s illegal behavior. It is not an
    exaggeration to say the fate of the nation may depend on the answer to
    that question.”

    The fate of the nation does indeed depend on the answer to that question. The answer is that ‘the Republicans will DO NOTHING to throttle this regime’s illegal behavior’. So the fate of the nation is sealed and the Republican Party, especially traitors like Boehner, will be as complicit as Obama himself.

  • Troll Hater

    Morals, integrity, courage, justice, one nation under God, wisdom etc.etc. no longer defines who we are. May God help us to turn back on the right path.

  • sanman99

    Mr. Pres… I mean Inmate # xxxx you need to return to your cell.

  • Michael Blum Show

    If you think the Republican will do anything to better this government, you are fooling yourselves. Personal wealth, power, and greed will see to it that the government can take what they want from the people and continue to enjoy doing nothing. Only the “people” can help this situation. The problem, government, will not all of a sudden become the solution. This is due to the fact that we have a permanent political class in Washington that can really care less about the “people” than they do themselves. IMHO either a violent or political change will happen. I’m for the political process. When people at the state level start to band together to solicit the government to create new amendments to the Constitution that limit terms of both the Congress and Judiciary, then we will see the start of a change.

  • 3Curmudgeon3

    I thought Bill Clinton was the ultimate crook of crooks. When Jimmy Carter pardoned him, I couldn’t believe what I was hearing and reading. I guess when you can get to the top of the food chain, all bets are off. Obama has rewritten the rule books where there are no rules. Well actually, his rules.

  • John Whelan

    Helpless rage. The frustration of the losers.

  • Dantes

    Yeah, we know already. The problem is, the people who are in a position to do something about it…Republicans in the House and Senate…won’t.

    • http://www.MARVINFOX.com/ Marvin E. Fox

      That is why the citizens of America are gathering to do it. The Storm is rising.
      Marvin Fox

  • Vinchenz

    I blame the fake-media. If they won’t give a story legs, it will never run.

    Say Obama was finally snagged in one of these scandals, do you really think the f-media will run the story for very long before it goes down the “memory hole”?

    I mean you remember the Gosnell atrocities, not a word from these fakers until they were shamed into it and people to this day still don’t know this scumbag’s name or what he did. Right down the memory hole. But we all know zimmerman’s and trayvon’s name thanks to them and the disinformation they spewed about what happened.

  • tagalog

    Deliberately withholding evidence in order to change the outcome of a prosecution, as it is reported the DOJ attorneys are doing in order to avoid mandatory sentencing, is unethical conduct and malpractice.

    I’m no fan of mandatory sentencing, believing as I do that judges should exercise their discretion in the individual case, but mandatory sentencing is the law as made by the peoples’ representatives. To the extent that the DOJ is actually doing what is claimed, they’re not only malpracticing unethical attorneys but are also government employees violating the will of the people.

    But of course they not only don’t get fired, we keep on paying them as if nothing is happening.

  • mickey

    How/Why is congress letting Obama, and his Regime stay in office? With all the Treasonous actions against him, Obama, and Holder should both be in JAIL. Don’t tell me that the president(one man) has the most power to control our congress? Or is it just that our congress is a worthless binch of hooligans, or clowns, I remember a song by Vicki Carr, that describes our congress real well, “send in the clowns”, and it ends “don’t bother they’re here”. HOW APPROPRIATE.
    I do blame Boehner, and the GOP for all the bad they’ve alowed Obama, and his Regime to impose on America. as they have done nothing to curb him, when they saw his wrong turn in direction, they sholuld have stepped in immediately to stop him from pursuing his ruination of America.

  • noway2no

    I have come to the conclusion that DC is a steaming pile of crap and Soetoro is just the top turd.

  • johnnywood

    Elections have consequences.

  • lessthantolerant

    “Scandal after scandal, coupled with an ongoing contempt for the law and the Constitution, demonstrated by high-level officials and the president himself, point to one deeply troubling conclusion: the Obama administration may be the most corrupt administration ever inflicted on the American public.”
    No doubt about it, this is the most corrupt regime ever in the history of America.

  • James Whalen

    Just look around the States it says it all corruption is out of control and majority is Obama’s people but his 43 or 47 % love this kind of people. Under this man we are a 3rd World country. Hope your all happy

  • joe plumber

    o bama and holde r will be exposed after whitehouse cancer is replaced* even (some) of the shoe lickers will get up off their kness for a couple days**