Wednesday, April 04, 2012

King Obama? - Which Three Branches of Government?

Posted By CotoBlogzz

Rancho Santa Margarita, CA - We think that President Obama's Freudians or gaffes are not errors, as much as indicators of his belief system:  Candidate Obama said he had visited 57 states - there are 57 states in the Organization of Islamic Conference.

President Obama said in Turkey the USA is not a Christian nation, when a 2009 Gallop poll shows69% of Americans view themselves as Christians.

Most recently, President Obama has characterized the US Supreme Court as unelected officials, very much comparing it to any other parasitic DC bureaucracy, such as the US Office Supplies Department AKA as the General Services Administration, whose head Martha Johnson just resigned her post for wasteful taxpayer spending.

Now, effective politicians of all persuasion use rhetorical devices to manipulate and or persuade the electorate and the Mostly Left Wing Media & Hyphenated Media amplifies the administration’s message  to manipulate the dependent, apathetic and or otherwise cognitive challenged electorate.  Or as President Obama might say,  69% of Americans are either apathetic or stupid.

In belittling and demonizing the Supreme Court, it is clear the President is setting up yet one more scapegoat.

The separation of powers  model  of governance, developed in ancient Greece was  widely  used by the Roman Republic. Under this model, the state is divided into branches,  executive, a legislature, and a judiciary, each with separate and independent powers and areas of responsibility so that no branch has more power than the other branches. 

French Enlightenment political philosopher Baron de Montesquieu, Montesquieu incorrectly described a division  of political power among an executive, a legislature, and a judiciary, based on the British constitutional system.  In this case, the  United Kingdom had a very closely connected legislature and executive, with  links to the judiciary though combined with judicial independence.

Perhaps Professor Obama was using the "English Model" as he would say, when he was teaching Constitutional law and saw himself as King Obama?

As the Godfather might say, "I don't believe in coincidences"

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