@ Grizz.....I will try this one more time. Again, there are 2 questions, only 2.
You keep on putting things up about the Constitution, and Obama's supposed distaste for it. So I pose this:
1) What was the last Presidential administration that followed the Constitution at all, in your view?
Obamacare's main transgression, the individual mandate, began in the early 90's as a Republican platform idea....this leads to
2) What policies has Obama STARTED that are of significance, that have no precedence in history?
Please understand that I spent about 300 hours volunteering to unseat Obama in 2012, and did not vote for him of course in either election.
My point is that the right has a made-up version of Obama, that he is some kind of radical....he isn't. He is another representation of how we do things, and how we have done them for a very long time. In short, Obama is how we roll. He is how we have rolled since about 1980....he is a corporatist technocrat, in the mold of Reagan and Clinton.
There is all of this talk about fearing we will get a one-party system. I have news; we are already there....we have ONE party, with two wings. The objective is to create the illusion of actual differences, in order to get people like Grizz and the left-wing crazies to hate each other. I can go on Democratic Underground and see legion of left-oriented Grizz characters. The will post vids and sources from MSNBC and Huffington Post, while Grizz picks Fox or Drudge Report....my reply to both sides is the same. It is all very useful anger for the powerful, as it maintains the illusion that all one side needs to do is eliminate the other....anything to keep the eyes off of the actual people behind the curtain.
Please answer those 2 questions. I am very curious as to your viewpoint.
"They now look to a single and splendid government of an aristocracy, founded on banking institutions, and moneyed incorporations under the guise and cloak of their favored branches of manufactures, commerce and navigation, riding and ruling over the plundered ploughman and beggared yeomanry." - Thomas Jefferson, 1826