Carol’s Corner: Grievance #6 as stated in our Declation of Independence as it relates to Barrack Obama in 2012

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Carol’s Corner
Today we will look at grievance #6 as stated in our Declaration of Independence.  You just won’t believe how the grievances of 1776 toward King George III mirror our present-day gievances toward Barack Obama.
Dan Zimmerle has outlined in his pamphlet,
“UNFIT TO RULE”, all twenty-six grievances directed to King George III.  If you are interested in obtaining a copy of this pamphlet, please go to
Many thanks to Dan Zimmerle for allowing us to copy his writing.
Grievance #6: 
He has refused for a long time, after such dissolutions, to cause others to be elected; whereby the Legislative powers, incapable of Annihilation, have returned to the People at large for their exercise;  the State remaining in the mean time exposed to all the dangers of invasion from without, and convulsions within.”
Zimmerle says:  
He just signed an executive order giving himself the right to impose martial law over the nation.  It could be argued that this is not the first time such legislation has been signed by a president, but the others were signed during times in which war could spill into the streets of this nation because of world events beyond our control.  That type of situation doesn’t seem to be his reasoning in this case.  When he signed the bill, he told people not to worry because he didn’t plan to implement the measure.  Then why did he sign it, and if it could not potentially be a bad thing, why did he feel he had to ask us not to worry?
This executive order gives him power to seize control over the nation’s economy and act as he sees fit with no oversight.  The only thing he is required to do is brief the Congress on his decisions.  The order further allows him to seize control over the private sector and implement a draft to carry out his will.  Is this not something to fear?
Carol’s comment:
Sounds like King Obama to me.
Of course, we could direct many of these grievance toward all of our elected officials who sit idly by and do nothing while our constitutional rights are being trampled.  Am I wrong, or did they not swear to protect and defend the Constitution of the United States of America?
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