Tag Archives: privacy

Obama is going to tell you how to run your home.

“Under the broad banner of “health,” the federal government not only is telling Americans what to eat, it’s also telling us to make our homes safer. This week, the Obama administration released a “bold new vision for addressing the nation’s health and economic burdens caused by preventable hazards associated with the home.””

Obama believes that his power is unlimited, and is in open denial:
“This is something I’ve struggled with throughout my presidency.  The problem is that I’m the president of the United States, I’m not the emperor of the United States.” — Obama

Obamacare is a tool of tyranny.

As the GOP always knew, Obamacare is a tool of tyranny.  You don’t even need to be anti-gun control to find it repulsive that Obama is now using Obamacare to compel doctors to ask their patients about gun ownership and “gun safety.” This isn’t a question of health or security– this is about freedom and privacy. Obama should not use legislation such as Obamacare for unintended purposes so that he can advance his political agenda.

There are certainly desirable gun control measures that should be taken– but Obama won’t let the American people have stricter background checks unless they also accept a national database of law-abiding gun owners. It’s all or nothing, to Obama.

Obama has EVERY AMERICAN under virtual surveillance!

According to a whistleblower, the FBI can access the e-mails sent by everyone in the United States.  And while virtual surveillance was also conducted under the Bush Administration, the whistleblower says that “the change is it’s getting worse” and the FBI is “doing more” to access Americans’ private information under the Obama Administration.

In other words: Obama is violating Americans’ civil liberties MORE than Bush ever did!