I am so sick of hearing the Bush regime did this or the Obama regime did that. Go read a book. The President of the United States of America is not supposed to be the head of the country. The President is not even supposed to be a big deal. The President is simply the head of the executive branch of government. That is it. He is not the end all leader to America. We DO NOT have one leader in this country. We are NOT (at least supposed to be) a dictatorship. Our leadership comes through CONGRESS which comes through the people. We are led by a group of people we elect. We are NOT led by one President. So stop saying that the President matters.

Furthermore, all the President has done for years is take orders from bankers. The President very rarely does what he wants to do. The President is simply a puppet for a higher power that uses this figure as they see fit. You have to really ask yourself WHY there is so much media attention on this ONE figure. Somebody is obviously tricking the American sheeple. I would almost go as far as to say the President in our present day and age is the exact opposite of what he should be. In the most basic terms the American President is the conduit for the British Monarchy and Vatican powers to work through. That is it. He is them. There is a reason these guys love focusing on just one guy.

So the next time somebody says it was the Bush regime or the Obama administration you can clearly write them off as just another sheep. It is neither of these. IT IS THE BRITISH MONARCHY AND VATICAN REGIME. There's the real story. Remember who America was fighting against in 1776. There's the REAL President of America.

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Okay, I do agree with you to a point but please allow me to add my 2 cents. The President does answer to higher powers which we are not to know of that guide many of his decisions. Of course there are those who will doubt this entirely, and those who would perhaps disagree on who the higher powers are. I believe it could be tied into the Vatican and British Monarchy as you have alleged, however the Trilateral Commission and Council on Foreign Relations are also among the puppet masters in my opinion. Regardless of who is in control it is indeed true that there are higher powers involved in the decisions our government makes.

As far as the power of the president is concerned I disagree in some part. The president is the head of state and head of government, and leads the executive branch of the federal government and is commander-in-chief of the United States armed forces (Wikipedia). I am careful when quoting from Wikipedia but in this instance it is correct per Article 2 of the U.S. Constitution. The legislative Powers are vested in the Congress which consists of a Senate and House of Representatives, and the judicial Power is vested in one supreme Court. That much we can agree on. However, over the years the powers of the president have increased significantly to almost dictatorial powers, at least at any time when both houses are controlled by one party and the same party holds the office of the president. Thus, today we have a dictator style of leadership whereas the president is a Democrat along with both houses being controlled by the Democrats. The only exception is the judicial Branch, but it is only a matter of time before it too is dominated by leftist judges. At that time we will have a true dictatorship if the other branches are controlled by the left. I do agree that this is not supposed to be the case per the Constitution, yet the fact is, it is the case. A clear example of this is the recent passing of the health care bill, which was not wanted by the majority of the American people, and no Republicans voted for it at all, but the president used reconciliation to pass it. I wrote about the health care bill on my blog which can be viewed at http://www.concernedforliberty.com/blog/?p=216.

The sad reality is that the executive branch has grown its powers with each and every president that takes office. Theodore Roosevelt abused his executive power as president more so than most any president in our history, and his methods were followed by FDR and Woodrow Wilson. However, President Obama in my opinion has become the most abusive of all presidents and is dead set on becoming a complete dictator it seems. He was even considering to pass the health care bill by "deem and pass" which would have meant no vote required, simply deem it as passed and move on, as if reconciliation wasn't unconstitutional enough. We have a president who cares not about the Constitution, which is unconstitutional on those grounds alone per Section 1 of Article 2 of the U.S. Constitution in which the president is required to take the Oath: "I do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will faithfully execute the Office of President of the United States, and will to the best of my Ability, preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the United States." President Obama is acting against the Constitution in every instance of his governing, with no regard whatsoever to it, and has even stated that he believes the document is outdated.

Perhaps we don't disagree much at all or maybe we do. My point is that I do agree with your interpretation of the president's powers, but those powers have grown substantially over the years. Therefore, it is only fair to state the truth, which is that the president does indeed have the power to do as he wishes as long as he has the majority house and senate on his side. Any position contrary to this is simply not true in these times. Of course there are still higher powers that guide the president on many issues outside of the public eye, but the president is indeed forcing his agenda down our throats. The same could happen when the majority of both houses are controlled by the Republicans and the president is also a Republican, which was the case when George W. Bush first entered office. This is why I discussed in one of my blogs the fact that government constantly grows, which means that we will end up living under totalitarianism at some time in the future. Government knows no bounds. It is the leviathan, the big machine, the never ending growth of the government. The constitution will become void one day, perhaps sooner than later if our alliance with the United Nations continues at the present fast pace. It is possible that our government will permit the world court to overrule our own Constitution, and this is the goal of Hillary Clinton and Obama. Hillary is already working to do so with our 2nd amendment gun rights.

Quinton Figueroa: Great post. I agree with you

Great post. I agree with you completely as usual. What I was actually trying to say is what you have stated. The President is not supposed to be the head of America, but through the years has somehow become the voice of America. It was never intended to be this way :(

Sarah: OMG, someone who thinks the way I do!!

I agree completely with what you said! I know this is a old blog post, but damn, You're spot on with this! I try to tell people all the time about the president being a figure head and doesn't hold all of the control. There's waaay more to the government than one man. People put to much expectation onto the president to have a solution for everything and to do if FAST. But people are too sheep and believe whatever the bias media tells them. smh

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