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The Obama morning News || March 23, 2015

Obama: “By hook or crook,” I’ll expand government . . . President Barack Obama says he’s going to push the limits on presidential power as far as he can go during the last two years of his tenure. “Where [elected Republicans in Congress] are not willing to work with us, we will do it administratively or we will convene the private sector,” he said in a friendly interview with The Huffington Post. Daily Caller

Obama vows not to sign bills that keep caps . . . President Obama has vowed not to sign government funding bills that keep in place spending caps favored by Republicans, setting up a showdown as Congress works toward passing a budget. Washington Examiner

Obama: Obamacare opponents should “embrace reality” . . . The law, Obama said, “has been the subject of more scrutiny, more rumor, more attempts to dismantle and undermine it than just about any law in recent history. But five years later, it is succeeding — in fact, it’s working better than even many of its supporters expected.” Washington Examiner

Israeli ambassador: Netanyahu committed to Palestinian state . . . The Israeli ambassador to the U.S. on Sunday sought to downplay Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s campaign-trail comments about Palestinian statehood that the White House objected to. Ron Dermer clarified that Netanyahu “is committed to a vision of peace — of two states for two peoples, a demilitarized Palestinian state that recognizes the Jewish state of Israel.” Washington Examiner

Netanyahu pollster: Obama role in election larger than reported . . . “The State Department people in the end of January, early February, expedited visas for [Israeli] Arab leaders to come to the United States to learn how to vote . . . There were people in the United States that were organizing them to vote in one party so they would help the left-of-center candidate, Herzog, that the Obama administration favored,” said John McLaughlin, a Republican strategist and pollster who worked for Netanyahu. The Hill

Tikrit offensive stalls as Obama halts airstrikes . . . The lack of U.S. airstrikes in and around the city of Tikrit is slowing the Iraqi counteroffensive to retake the strategically situated city from the Islamic State’s terrorist army. The assault, carried out by the Iraqi Security Forces and Shiite militiamen trained, equipped and led by Iran, has encircled the Sunni-dominated city north of Baghdad after more than three weeks of fighting. The Pentagon now says the battle is “static.” Washington Times

Hillary ordered to turn over server . . . The committee investigating the Benghazi attacks formally requested Friday that Hillary Rodham Clinton turn her email server over to an independent third party so it can be scrutinized to determine whether she and the Obama administration complied with open records laws. Washington Times

12 thoughts on “The Obama morning News || March 23, 2015”

    1. I do agree. If he is not impeached, than all of his advisors should be FIRED! He is not doing ALL of this **** by himself.
      This may not seem important, but I will note it again. I do not see anyone with the look of concern. Years ago you would see people discussing politcs, major issues, terror, at a coffee shop, in a grocery store line. The people in office that represent us…
      I would like to hear what my fellow readers think they should be saying/doing right now, today.

    2. It’s already intolerable, and it’s going to get much worse. Obama is now in his final, fully crazed stage. No one in Congress or the court system has the spine to stop him. This is Germany, 1933.

      1. I agree. Their were a lot of intelligent people that were blindsided as well back than. Today their should be no excuse. You have at least one news station that covers as much as they can fit into their show. You have internet, newspapers. phones. many times people will tell me however, I didn’t know about that.

    1. I agree Moe.
      There is a possibility that he is getting scared that his policies are going to be demolished.
      His arrogance is becoming more apparent now that the threats to his regime are becoming more vocal.

  1. Regarding the server. I appreciate the comment made:
    Though Clinton alone is responsible for causing this issue, She alone does not determine it’s outcome, the S. Carolina Rep said.
    I read an article over the weekend, stating Gowdy asked for a response by 4-3. He will tell House Speaker Boehner, so he can use the “Full Power” of the House to take the necessary steps”.
    I also wrote down: Congress subpoenas emails of “close to a dozen” State Dept Employees who worked for her.

  2. How that Obama has shown his true colors to the world, it’s time to rise up and take our country back from the clutches of this evil man.

    His eagerness to get a deal, any deal, with Iran combined with his outright hatred of Israel and its leader, is breathtaking in its size and scope.

    Obama is indeed ‘the enemy within’. Instead of greeting him with cheers, we need to greet him with jeers. We can and we must run him out of town on a rail. This country is united when it comes to recognizing the face of evil. It’s unmistakable. We can see it in the eyes of Jihad John, just as we can see it in the eyes of Barack Obama. Recognize it…and deal with it….before it’s too late.

  3. As others are commenting, just a look at today’s “Obama morning news” shows how whacked out and destructive the Executive Branch of the United States of America is under Obama’s spell. Domestically and internationally, Obama nothing more than a wrecking ball destroying everything he touches.

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