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Obama openly admits that he doesn’t care about the “Separation of Powers”

Forget the U.S. Constitution: Obama says, “Where Congress is not willing to act, we’re going to go ahead and do it ourselves.”

Update: “President Barack Obama is tired of waiting for Congress to move on legislation to reduce carbon emissions, and his administration is poised to move forward on actions to do just that—including a move that will effectively eliminate the possibility of any new coal plant opening in the United States, experts say.” So, not only is Obama once again acting unilaterally and trashing the separation of powers– but he’s also following through on his promise to destroy the coal industry.

Strange Update: Does Obama have a split personality disorder too? America is incredulous now that he’s been taped saying this: “You know, the one thing about being president is, after four years, you get pretty humble… You realize all the mistakes you made. But you also realize you can’t do things by yourself. That’s not how our system works. You’ve got to have the help and the goodwill of Congress.” Right…

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Obama wasn’t kidding: he wants high gas prices.

A while back, Obama’s Secretary of Energy openly admitted that the Obama Administration wants high gas prices in America to “provide an incentive for alternate energy technology.”

Now, the statistics are in: The average price of a gallon of gas has increased 96% since Obama’s first term started in 2009, according to figures from the Energy Information Agency (EIA).

Update: Gas prices in 2013 could hit record highs– “so far this year, prices are surging sooner and faster than ever before.”

Obama Administration openly admits that it wants high gas prices.

Obama’s Secretary of Energy Stephen Chu “regards the spike in gas prices as a feature rather than a bug. High gas prices provide an incentive for alternate energy technology, a priority for the White House, and a decrease in reliance on oil for energy.” Is this the kind of ‘environmentalism’ that you can believe in?