President Obama gave a hint about what the nation can expect to be hit with in his State of the Union address at the end of the month: It’s going to be a “year of action.”
Which means he plans to act alone, do what he wants and slam executive actions down our throats – like he did with his list of 23 actions on gun control last year.
In his Saturday weekly address, the president said “this will be a year of action” on issues ranging from jobs and the economy to education, healthcare and immigration reform.
And he vowed to go it alone using his authority to do so.
“I’ll keep doing everything I can to create new jobs and new opportunities for American families — with Congress, or on my own, and with everyone willing to play their part,” Obama said.
The White House then tried to rally American support for the do-what-I-want-when-I-want president who will “use every executive action available to him to make sure” he succeeds in “fundamentally transforming the United States of America.”
See the screenshot from Whitehouse.gov that Weasel Zippers published:
Listen to Obama’s weekly address here: