Expert Michael Cannon Testifies That Obama’s ‘Ignoring Laws’ Could Lead To Overthrow Of Government

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During a congressional committee hearing about the constitutional limits imposed on the presidency and the implications of President Barack Obama’s disregard for implementing the Affordable Care Act as written, one expert testified that the consequences of the president’s behavior were potentially grave. He said that the precedent set by Obama could eventually lead to an armed revolt against the federal government.

On Tuesday, Michael Cannon, Cato Institute’s Director of Health Policy Studies, testified before a congressional committee about the dangers of the president’s legal behavior.

“There is one last thing to which the people can resort if the government does not respect the restrains that the constitution places on the government,” Cannon said. “Abraham Lincoln talked about our right to alter our government or our revolutionary right to overthrow it.”

      
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2 Responses to Expert Michael Cannon Testifies That Obama’s ‘Ignoring Laws’ Could Lead To Overthrow Of Government

  1. Bob says:

    When it has gotten to where a political think tank rep is testifying in front of congress that the people may exercise their right to throw off the shackles of a tyrannical government then you know that the government is feeling the undercurrent in the citizenry that they are sick and tired of being mistreated and are ready to hang the lying politicians from the street lights. All constitution loving patriots must be ready for a major government false flag operation to institute a complete totalitarian regime. The lines have been drawn and we had better all know where we stand because know one will come out of this unscathed in some form or fashion.

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