You know things are bad for Obama when even liberals and Democrats are starting to speak out against him. Take liberal law professor Jonathan Turley, who admitted to voting for Obama, and is now warning Congress to act quickly in order to avoid an Obama dictatorship.
Turley said that there is a new model of government emerging, one in which our Founding Fathers thoroughly rejected, and pointed out that when Obama announced his unconstitutional dictatorial powers, Democrats in Congress cheered him on.
… Turley proclaimed that the Constitution’s “Separation of Powers,” established by the Framer’s, wasn’t there to protect each of the three branches, but was there to “protect individual liberty,” so that any one branch wouldn’t get so powerful as to attack individual liberty.
Turley went on to compare Obama’s reasons for changing laws on his own, without congressional approval [see: Obamacare], as almost identical to those reasons given by King James I.
Turley admitted that he voted for Obama in 2008. He didn’t say whether or not he voted for him in 2012.
“There’s no license in the Madisonian system to ‘go it alone,’” Turley said. James Madison is considered the main author of the U.S. Constitution.
Turley said that Obama was attempting to be a “majority of one,” by “ordering changes on his own terms,” a dangerous proposition.
Turley then chastised Democrats (while not saying the word “Democrat”) who remain “silent” in the face of Obama’s unconstitutional dictates, saying that their silence could very easily backfire under a future presidency.
It says a lot about how thoroughly brainwashed liberals are for their ideology when Obama can flat-out tell congressional Democrats that he wants to make them irrelevant, and they respond with roaring applause. But then, it may not matter much if they’re irrelevant, as long as they still get the fancy title, lifelong paycheck, and Obamacare-exempt benefits that come with being a congressman that loyally serves their Dear Leader.