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January 29, 2014 - 2:33 pm

On religious cable network MSNBC today, former Obama adviser David Axelrod gave the faithful a good word. He said that President Obama, who has used executive authority to recalibrate settled immigration law, re-write Obamacare, etc, has been “modest” in his use of executive authority.

As you can see in the clip, Axelrod made his comments on Alex Wagner’s show. Wagner is engaged to Sam Kass, the Obama White House chef.

Bryan Preston has been a leading conservative blogger and opinionator since founding his first blog in 2001. Bryan is a military veteran, worked for NASA, was a founding blogger and producer at Hot Air, was producer of the Laura Ingraham Show and, most recently before joining PJM, was Communications Director of the Republican Party of Texas.

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What is missing from this conversation is the content of the executive orders that barry is executing. There is a big difference between signing an executive order making the first Tuesday in March the official Idaho Potato appreciation day and what barry is doing.
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What is missing from this conversation is the content of the executive orders that barry is executing. There is a big difference between signing an executive order making the first Tuesday in March the official Idaho Potato appreciation day and what barry is doing.
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Axelrod: I can eat a mouthful of crap and come on MSNBC and say with a straight face it was chocolate.
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Gypsy Rose Lee was a modest stripper.

It was what you couldn't see that was more important.

Obama is doing a Constitutional strip tease.

The modesty is part of the act. It keeps the eye searching for when the other ...um...shoe...is going to drop.
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It's only because he's not sure which is the business end.
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Axelrod is correct only if one recalls That Franklin Roosevelt used an executive order to incarcerate, without trials, thousands of Americans, many of them citizens, of Japanese ethnicity. And that was in a war declared by Congress.
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Dear David Axelrod - it's understandable to 'be modest' with your executive orders when you've won elections through voter fraud, covered up your past, surrounded yourself with 1930's gangland criminal style sycophants, won an unearned Nobel Peace Prize and still can't get your country behind you.
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