Roger Ailes creates and writes the news at Fox for all of its personalities to repeat pretty much verbatim, which is why the words of the scripts become standards. Consider, for example,train wreck to describe Obamacare,Mainstream media, abbreviated MSM to disparage legitimate news media, and imperial presidency and totalitarian to characterize President Obama as a dictator for exercising executive privilege. Fox feeds a steady diet of its news to its faithful who feel especially well informed by access to manufactured information thats not available through the MSM, generally recognized as the respectable and fact-based new sources.<quoted text>
I'm not aware of any conservative politician (or republican, for that matter) that would advocate that. However, I found out yesterday that Obama has created his own law that makes it illegal for a business to lay off workers in order to avoid the ObamaCare mandate. Any business that lays off employees, and, as a result, escapes the mandates, has to sign a statement, under penalty of perjury, that they didn't do it because of ObamaCare.
So, that's illegal on several levels. First, you have Obama making laws. The president isn't the legislative branch -- he's the executive branch. Then, you have the govt threatening to punish a business for making a financial decision it was forced to make because of heavy mandates imposed on it by said govt. Then, the govt bullies the business into silence by threatening legal action, if the business tells the truth about its motives for the lay offs. You don't see these as totalitarian actions?
Are you so hung up on whatever prejudices you have against God and/or republicans, that you're missing what's going on right under your nose?
Most of your post is devoted to repeating the totalitarian President Obama script, which specifically excludes any hint of mention that he has exercised executive privilege considerably less frequently than any other recent president. It was quite an inclusive, faithfully rendered speech, that illustrates my point.
You then ask, as if rhetorically, if Im so hung up on whatever prejudices you have against God and/or republicans, that you're missing what's going on right under your nose? Despite your implication, I have nothing against any gods or republicans, nor do I believe them to enjoy any special or privileged relationship, and I certainly dont need to believe Foxs news stories to understand whats going on. Reality's good enough for me and I highly recommend it.