How Obama and his merry band are trying to evade the will of the people

February 8, 2011 07:07

The people have had it with the tricks and sly maneuvers used by Democrats to push their agenda on America.  Apparently they have not yet heard our voices or care to listen to us — they still have some tricks up their sleeves.

Ed Lasky at American Thinker


In electing so many Republicans to office, Americans wanted a course change from the radicalism of the past two years: the regulatory avalanche, the policy missteps, the ObamaCare overreach.

They know the game book of the Republicans — what their plans are to circumscribe Obama’s power-grab, to minimize the damage from ObamaCare and massive and wasteful deficits.

Issa has already asked the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to release a number of documents relating to its policies and earlier testimony before Congress.
The response from the Department?  A trick question.  For there has been no response.  It’s called stonewalling (or we can call it the “Just Say No” reply), and it is meant to frustrate and derail any sort of oversight by Republicans.

Democrats are going to be in an uproar, charging Republicans are on a McCarthy-like with hunt. Congressman Henry Waxman has already been accusing Fred Upton of being too disruptive because he dare asked the Department of Health and Human Services to give to the committee copies of communications about an office set up under ObamaCare to write and enforce regulations on private insurance companies.


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