On the Coronation of Lord Obama


We the People of the United States have allowed the executive office of the President of the United States to be elevated to an elected monarchy, despite the limitations of consecutive terms established by an amendment to the Constitution of the United States.
William Henry Harrison in his inaugural address on March 4th, 1841 stated:

Limited as are the powers which have been granted, still enough have been granted to constitute a despotism if concentrated in … the Executive branch. … The tendency of power to increase itself, particularly when exercised by a single individual … would terminate in virtual monarchy. … The tendencies of … governments in their decline is to monarchy. … The spirit of faction … in times of great excitement imposes itself upon the people as the genuine spirit of freedom, and, like the false Christs whose coming was foretold by the Savior … impose upon the true and most faithful disciples of liberty. It is in periods like this that it behooves the people to be most watchful of those to whom they have entrusted power.

We the People blindly follow the establishment who promote themselves as elite over the People and contend that they know best when it comes to the “need” of the People.
We the People of the United States blame the President for what Congress is constitutionally responsible for; however, presidents have the power of veto that can counter poor legislation. In addition, congressional members push poorly written and unconstitutional bill for passing vote in Congress too often. Obamacare was pushed through quickly and so are the efforts of Congress and President Obama to push an unconstitutional firearms ban.
Beware of hurried legislation.
All bills should receive oversight by an appointed committee to determine constitutionality, what the cost and affect would be in the short- and long-term; and whether the bill will actually do what it is intended. In addition, the committee must ensure that no last minute insertions are placed in the bill when it is ready to go to the floor for a vote. This has been a ploy to insert unrelated items into a bill, usually a waste of taxpayer funding.
Politicians have developed a nasty habit of blaming anyone and anything except where the guilt fundamentally is. Citizens blame politicians, yet they continually vote for the same type of people who are not dedicated to constitutional law or even for what is best for our nation – their political club being where their foremost loyalties lie, along with their personal elevation or maintenance of their power.
Marcus Tullius Cicero who lived from 106 BC to 43 BC knew this and stated:

Do not blame Caesar, blame the people of Rome who have so enthusiastically acclaimed and adored him and rejoiced in their loss of freedom and danced in his path and given him triumphal processions. Blame the people who hail him when he speaks in the Forum of the new wonderful good society which shall now be Rome’s, interpreted to mean more money, more ease, more security, and more living fatly at the expense of the industrious.

The way we even celebrate the inauguration (or re-inauguration) of our presidents is like having a monarch’s coronation instead of an elected official of the highest office of our government taking office after swearing to protect and defend the Constitution of the United States, as Rich Galen pointed out:

For foreigners, the only thing nuttier than watching the way we elect our Presidents is watching the way we inaugurate them. For a nation that wears its egalitarianism not just as a badge of honor, but (as we saw this past November) almost as a requirement for office, the pomp and circumstance involved in a modern U.S. Presidential inauguration would have moved Louis XIV to modesty. … Too many balls, tickets are too expensive, only the rich and connected can get into the really good stuff … and so on.

Those inaugurations are paid by the US taxpayers. Those parties and balls impressing foreign dignities and national leaders are paid for by the US taxpayers.
One wonders what Martin Luther King would have thought about Reverend Louie Giglio who was to give a benediction at President Obama’s inauguration, who had to withdraw because of pressure from the White House staff because of making the remark that homosexuality is a sin, over twenty years ago. Indeed, as Star Parkerwrote:

A hint of how to think about this may be gleaned by visiting the new memorial in Washington, D.C., honoring King. Visiting the memorial, what immediately struck this black Christian was the complete absence of any hint that King was a Christian pastor, who founded the Southern Christian Leadership Conference and who led a movement animated and inspired by biblical conviction and imagery. … In King’s famous letter written in 1963, while locked in a jail in Birmingham, Ala., beginning with the salutation ‘My fellow clergyman,’ he asks the question, ‘How does one determine whether a law is just or unjust?’ The answer given by King was this: ‘A just law is a man-made code that squares with the moral law or the law of God.’ Would a law such as the one forcing the evangelical Christian owners of Hobby Lobby to pay for contraception and abortion inducing pills of employees, and exposing them to fines of $1.3 million per day for noncompliance — qualify as ‘just’ under Dr. King’s definition? Would the Rev. Dr. King be ejected from the stage of this president’s inaugural if he called this law, produced by this administration, unjust?

Those that have established themselves within our government has made it embarrassing or incorrect to praise God, pray, or publicly display Christianity – while promoting an intolerant religion whose doctrine and agenda is world domination via intolerance and violence.
Is that not the fault of We the People for tolerating these hypocrites and false liberals? Yes, the fault falls upon 65 million people who voted democratic-socialism to replace a constitutional republic in the United States. The fault also lies within the other side of the political fence for allowing politicians with the last name of Bush who push the New World Order, ignoring constitutional law, and compromising with opposing politicians at the expense of the Constitution of the United States and its amendments.

Nothing in the world is more dangerous than sincere ignorance and conscientious stupidity.

Dr. King stated that those associated with “Black Power” organizations and black supremacy were wrong. In the coronation of Barack Hussein Obama, he has promised to bring unity, just as he did in 2008 – and he will fail because his policy is divide et imperia. His record of the last term shows a different picture.
His idea of fixing our economy is draining the wealth of productive citizens in order to transfer it over to others. His idea of unity is causing more hatred and frustration against wealthy Americans.
His idea of “fairness” is maintaining the highest corporate tax rate in the world, yet providing corporate welfare to chosen business entities.
Obama talks about our founding principles and values, yet ignores constitutional law with its limitation of federal powers, and says or does nothing about members of his administration who violate laws and ethics codes as well as justices of the Supreme Court conceding that the US Constitution is “outdated” or does not apply to the “modern world”. Yet they offer not amendment to make revisions to back up their ideology.
His oath of office, which he just reinstated, is to comply with the Constitution – which he has not done just by demanding that the United States be subject to a government-controlled healthcare system, transgression against the Second Amendment in the form of firearm ban based just on how “dangerous” a firearm looks.
He has superseded his authority and bypassed the authority of Congress.
Yet, there he is, celebrating his second coronation.
Oh, if only the likes of Martin Luther King would have been a candidate for President of the United States.

In addition, mentioning great African Americans, Thomas Sowell wrote recently:Severe restrictions on building housing in San Francisco have driven rents and home prices so high that blacks and other people with low or moderate incomes have been driven out of the city. … Liberals try to show their concern for the poor by raising the level of minimum wage laws. Yet they show no interest in hard evidence that minimum wage laws create disastrous levels of unemployment among young blacks in this country, as such laws created high unemployment rates among young people in general in European countries. The black family survived centuries of slavery and generations of Jim Crow, but it has disintegrated in the wake of the liberals’ expansion of the welfare state. Most black children grew up in homes with two parents during all that time but most grow up with only one parent today. Liberals have pushed affirmative action, supposedly for the benefit of blacks and other minorities. … But who cares about facts, when you are on a liberal crusade that makes you feel morally superior?

And, as progressives cry foul against firearms causing so many deaths, government-controlled abortion centers are killing tens of thousands of unborn infants. In a testament for the right-to-life, Steven Ertelt of LifeNews wrote:

For decades, ultrasound has had the power to convey the beauty and reality of human life before birth. Conveying that power, the London Daily Mail newspaper … reports on the story of a mother who rejected abortion and chose life for her baby after seeing him smile in an ultrasound. Katyia Rowe was told her baby would never be able to walk or talk, but a real-time ultrasound scan showed him blowing bubbles and waving his arms, so she decided to go through with the birth. He died just 9 hours later, but she is very glad she chose life instead of abortion. … ‘Katyia, 26, a training administrator, said: “We were devastated to be told our son’s brain abnormalities were so severe they were life limiting we should consider a termination. Further scans were arranged to asses the extent of his disabilities but when I saw him smiling and playing inside me I knew I couldn’t end his life. … I had never considered myself particularly maternal but now I wanted nothing more than to care for my son and give him the best quality of life possible. … As he grew bigger I could see his little feet and hands prodding through my bump when he wriggled. He may not have been born but he was already our son and I took each movement as a sign we had done the right thing.”

American society, We the People, has allowed all of this to arrive to this point in history, where it is today, a once great nation watching its accelerating decline without a clue to why. Americans must self-educate and re-educate themselves and then prepare for the long, hard climb back to the glory of a constitutional republic where truly it will be the Land of the Free and the Home of the Brave.
If government is to be reformed, We the People must first reform ourselves and break away that which has been indoctrinated by the establishment that holds power in our government and our children via unconstitutional power.
We the People of the United States have allowed the executive office of the President of the United States to be elevated to an elected monarchy, despite the limitations of consecutive terms established by an amendment to the Constitution of the United States.
William Henry Harrison in his inaugural address on March 4th, 1841 stated:
Limited as are the powers which have been granted, still enough have been granted to constitute a despotism if concentrated in … the Executive branch. … The tendency of power to increase itself, particularly when exercised by a single individual … would terminate in virtual monarchy. … The tendencies of … governments in their decline is to monarchy. … The spirit of faction … in times of great excitement imposes itself upon the people as the genuine spirit of freedom, and, like the false christs whose coming was foretold by the Savior … impose upon the true and most faithful disciples of liberty. It is in periods like this that it behooves the people to be most watchful of those to whom they have entrusted power.
We the People of the United States blame the President for what Congress is constitutionally responsible for; however, presidents have the power of veto that can counter poor legislation. In addition, congressional members push poorly written and unconstitutional bill for passing vote in Congress too often. Obamacare was pushed through quickly and so are the efforts of Congress and President Obama to push an unconstitutional firearms ban.
Beware of hurried legislation.
All bills should receive oversight by an appointed committee to determine constitutionality, what the cost and affect would be in the short- and long-term; and whether the bill will actually do what it is intended. In addition, the committee must ensure that no last minute insertions are placed in the bill when it is ready to go to the floor for a vote. This has been a ploy to insert unrelated items into a bill, usually a waste of taxpayer funding.
Politicians have developed a nasty habit of blaming anyone and anything except where the guilt fundamentally is. Citizens blame politicians, yet they continually vote for the same type of people who are not dedicated to constitutional law or even for what is best for our nation – their political club being where their foremost loyalties lie, along with their personal elevation or maintenance of their power.
Marcus Tullius Cicero who lived from 106 BC to 43 BC knew this and stated:
Do not blame Caesar, blame the people of Rome who have so enthusiastically acclaimed and adored him and rejoiced in their loss of freedom and danced in his path and given him triumphal processions. Blame the people who hail him when he speaks in the Forum of the new wonderful good society which shall now be Rome’s, interpreted to mean more money, more ease, more security, and more living fatly at the expense of the industrious.
The way we even celebrate the inauguration (or re-inauguration) of our presidents is like having a monarch’s coronation instead of an elected official of the highest office of our government taking office after swearing to protect and defend the Constitution of the United States, as Rich Galen pointed out:
For foreigners, the only thing nuttier than watching the way we elect our Presidents is watching the way we inaugurate them. For a nation that wears its egalitarianism not just as a badge of honor, but (as we saw this past November) almost as a requirement for office, the pomp and circumstance involved in a modern U.S. Presidential inauguration would have moved Louis XIV to modesty. … Too many balls, tickets are too expensive, only the rich and connected can get into the really good stuff … and so on.
Those inaugurations are paid by the US taxpayers. Those parties and balls impressing foreign dignities and national leaders are paid for by the US taxpayers.
One wonders what Martin Luther King would have thought about Reverend Louie Giglio who was to give a benediction at President Obama’s inauguration, who had to withdraw because of pressure from the White House staff because of making the remark that homosexuality is a sin, over twenty years ago. Indeed, as Star Parkerwrote:
A hint of how to think about this may be gleaned by visiting the new memorial in Washington, D.C., honoring King. Visiting the memorial, what immediately struck this black Christian was the complete absence of any hint that King was a Christian pastor, who founded the Southern Christian Leadership Conference and who led a movement animated and inspired by biblical conviction and imagery. … In King’s famous letter written in 1963, while locked in a jail in Birmingham, Ala., beginning with the salutation ‘My fellow clergyman,’ he asks the question, ‘How does one determine whether a law is just or unjust?’ The answer given by King was this: ‘A just law is a manmade code that squares with the moral law or the law of God.’ Would a law such as the one forcing the evangelical Christian owners of Hobby Lobby to pay for contraception and abortion inducing pills of employees, and exposing them to fines of $1.3 million per day for noncompliance — qualify as ‘just’ under Dr. King’s definition? Would the Rev. Dr. King be ejected from the stage of this president’s inaugural if he called this law, produced by this administration, unjust?
Those that have established themselves within our government has made it embarrassing or incorrect to praise God, pray, or publicly display Christianity – while promoting an intolerant religion whose doctrine and agenda is world domination via intolerance and violence.
Is that not the fault of We the People for tolerating these hypocrites and false liberals? Yes, the fault falls upon 65 million people who voted democratic-socialism to replace a constitutional republic in the United States. The fault also lies within the other side of the political fence for allowing politicians with the last name of Bush who push the New World Order, ignoring constitutional law, and compromising with opposing politicians at the expense of the Constitution of the United States and its amendments.
Nothing in the world is more dangerous than sincere ignorance and conscientious stupidity.
Dr. King stated that those associated with “Black Power” organizations and black supremacy were wrong. In the coronation of Barack Hussein Obama, he has promised to bring unity, just as he did in 2008 – and he will fail because his policy is divide et imperia. His record of the last term shows a different picture.
His idea of fixing our economy is draining the wealth of productive citizens in order to transfer it over to others. His idea of unity is causing more hatred and frustration against wealthy Americans.
His idea of “fairness” is maintaining the highest corporate tax rate in the world, yet providing corporate welfare to chosen business entities.
Obama talks about our founding principles and values, yet ignores constitutional law with its limitation of federal powers, and says or does nothing about members of his administration who violate laws and ethics codes as well as justices of the Supreme Court conceding that the US Constitution is “outdated” or does not apply to the “modern world”. Yet they offer not amendment to make revisions to back up their ideology.
His oath of office, which he just reinstated, is to comply with the Constitution – which he has not done just by demanding that the United States be subject to a government-controlled healthcare system, transgression against the Second Amendment in the form of firearm ban based just on how “dangerous” a firearm looks.
He has superseded his authority and bypassed the authority of Congress.
Yet, there he is, celebrating his second coronation.
Oh, if only the likes of Martin Luther King would have been a candidate for President of the United States.
In addition, mentioning great African Americans, Thomas Sowell wrote recently:
Severe restrictions on building housing in San Francisco have driven rents and home prices so high that blacks and other people with low or moderate incomes have been driven out of the city. … Liberals try to show their concern for the poor by raising the level of minimum wage laws. Yet they show no interest in hard evidence that minimum wage laws create disastrous levels of unemployment among young blacks in this country, as such laws created high unemployment rates among young people in general in European countries. The black family survived centuries of slavery and generations of Jim Crow, but it has disintegrated in the wake of the liberals’ expansion of the welfare state. Most black children grew up in homes with two parents during all that time but most grow up with only one parent today. Liberals have pushed affirmative action, supposedly for the benefit of blacks and other minorities. … But who cares about facts, when you are on a liberal crusade that makes you feel morally superior?
And, as progressives cry foul against firearms causing so many deaths, government-controlled abortion centers are killing tens of thousands of unborn infants. In a testament for the right-to-life, Steven Ertelt of LifeNews wrote:
For decades, ultrasound has had the power to convey the beauty and reality of human life before birth. Conveying that power, the London Daily Mail newspaper … reports on the story of a mother who rejected abortion and chose life for her baby after seeing him smile in an ultrasound. Katyia Rowe was told her baby would never be able to walk or talk, but a real-time ultrasound scan showed him blowing bubbles and waving his arms, so she decided to go through with the birth. He died just 9 hours later, but she is very glad she chose life instead of abortion. … ‘Katyia, 26, a training administrator, said: “We were devastated to be told our son’s brain abnormalities were so severe they were life limiting we should consider a termination. Further scans were arranged to asses the extent of his disabilities but when I saw him smiling and playing inside me I knew I couldn’t end his life. … I had never considered myself particularly maternal but now I wanted nothing more than to care for my son and give him the best quality of life possible. … As he grew bigger I could see his little feet and hands prodding through my bump when he wriggled. He may not have been born but he was already our son and I took each movement as a sign we had done the right thing.”
American society, We the People, has allowed all of this to arrive to this point in history, where it is today, a once great nation watching its accelerating decline without a clue to why. Americans must self-educate and re-educate themselves and then prepare for the long, hard climb back to the glory of a constitutional republic where truly it will be the Land of the Free and the Home of the Brave.
If government is to be reformed, We the People must first reform ourselves and break away that which has been indoctrinated by the establishment that holds power in our government and our children via unconstitutional power.
After watching this video you will see that Presidents of the United States have usurped their powers and did not perform their chief task – enforce constitutional law. A good example would be the immigration laws passed by Congress and signed by a president. Misuse of power would be controlling states and individuals from the White House and using taxation to coerce and subjugate the People of the United States and/or organizations and businesses; part of the program of redistribution of income and wealth.
It is imperative that WE educate ourselves and become knowledgeable of our Constitution, the discussions of the Founders who wrote the Federalist Papers, and protect and defend our amendments of rights and liberties. Politicians make laws and ignore the Constitution in the name of the safety and protection of OUR children; but it is We the People, united, that must ensure of that and take responsibility for our children, their actions, and become role models for American youth to follow.
Ron Paul is correct when he stated that every war or “conflict” that the President as Commander-in-Chief initiated has been unconstitutional since 1945. Congress approved the funding for the Liberation of Kuwait, but did not declare war. The invasion of Iraq was approved by Congress, but did not officially declare war. The War against Terrorism is important to maintain freedom from oppressive, fear mongering, religious fanatics who threaten world peace and the nation of Israel; however, Congress must declare it a war. This has been difficult because Islamic fundamentalist organizations are scattered globally, who have declared war against the United States and committed acts of war and atrocities without wearing any specific national uniform as soldiers or declared from any one specific nation. The matter must be addressed accordingly and in the limitations of constitutional authority and power.
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