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Limbaugh On Obama ‘Cherry-Picking’ Which Laws To Enforce: ‘A Dictator’s Wet Dream’

Rush Limbaugh took a look at President Obama‘s presidency today, questioning whether “this is a country of the rule of law or the rule of man.” With Obama in the Oval Office, he said, it’s not the rule of law. Following his immigration policy change and ahead of the Supreme Court’s ruling on ObamaCare, Limbaugh gave his take on the president’s use of executive power: “It’s a dictator’s wet dream to do what Obama is doing.”

Referring to the immigration move, Limbaugh said Obama, in light of Congress’ defeating the DREAM Act, “said, to hell with it, I’m gonna make it the law, just gonna do it” — because Obama “wants the enforcement of every federal law to hinge upon whether he agrees with it or not. And if he doesn’t agree with the federal law, he’s not gonna enforce it, like the Defense of Marriage Act.”

He went on to elaborate on this point:

It’s the law of the land. The regime announced within the past year that they were no longer going to enforce it. It’s a dictator’s wet dream to do what Obama is doing. If he doesn’t agree with the law, voila, it’s no longer enforced. It may as well not even exist. That’s who he is, folks.

He asked, “If we have laws on the books that the federal government’s not gonna enforce regarding immigration, why should election law be enforced?” After all, we have “precedence, folks, from this administration.” So then, he could just up and decide the 22nd Amendment is “no longer relevant, limiting presidents to two terms.”

If he can do it, we can do it, too…right?

If the president of the United States can choose to enforce or not enforce law because he likes them or doesn’t like them, what about us? What if we disagree with the speeding law? What if we disagree with the driving while drinking law? What if we disagree with the drug laws?

But we don’t have the ability to make that choice “without consequence,” whereas Obama does. “The only consequence for him is at the ballot box,” Limbaugh said. “It’s the only consequence he faces. And that’s once every four years.”

Take a listen:

H/T Daily Rushbo
(H/T RealClearPolitics)

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