On Glenn Beck's Fox show, Judge Napolitano is filling in, and this afternoon's show was mainly about the budget and Obama's constitutional violations. Presidents have always, as Napolitano stated, taken as much power as they can get away with. Obama is not the first, by any stretch of the imagination, to violate the Constitution, but his violations must stop. Today it's reported that Maine gets an exemption from Obamacare, violating equal protection under the law. Also, regarding Gitmo, Obama is claiming the power to keep people imprisoned who've been found innocent in a court of law. Bush and Obama grabbed power since 9/11 that no President should possess, no matter what you think about terrorists or terrorism as threat. A greater threat than terrorism is for America to institute a King in place of a limited President.
As for the budget battle, it can't get more pathetic. With a budget deficit of 1.6 trillion dollars, congress can't even agree to cut 61 billion, or even 4 or 5 billion, and Michelle Bachmann has uncovered $105 billion in spending over the next eight years that wasn't made clear in the healthcare bill -- it's government deceit used against the American people. On top of all this we have redundant government agencies which could be cut and consolidated tomorrow, but no has the courage to do it. Judge Napolitano made it clear that our current problems with statism are serious, and if we don't soon wake up, we will be a third rate country with very few freedoms.