Skip to comments.The Curious Case of the Amtrak Inspector General's Retirement
Posted on 08/06/2009 7:55:45 AM PDT by nateriver
First it was I.G. Walpin who was investigating BO 's supporter on the misused of Americorp funds. Now it is I.G. Weiderhold for investigating Amtraks activities.
The Inspector General Act, amended last year and CO-SPONSORED by Barack Obama to: require the President to notify Congress in writing within 30 days the reasons for removing an Inspector General from office. Did Obama knowingly break the law on this one or did TOTUS forget to tell him he couldn't do it.
It is Hussein’s law and he can break it if he wants to, or at least if Congress or the Courts don’t call him on it.
Considering this is one of the FEW things he ever did as a senator, he HAD to be familiar with the law.
Did Obama knowingly break the law on this one or did TOTUS forget to tell him he couldn't do it?
Of course he knew. he was hoping no one else did.
Ignorance of the law is no excuse. As this applies to every citizen in the USA, it applies to Obama as well. TOTUS can't cover for him this time.
Obama broke the law, and should have to answer for it. PERIOD. These members of the judiciary who are allowing Obama exception from the laws, this and other violations, such as knowingly lying while accepting the oath of office, should be impeached along with Obama for taking part in decieving the people of this nation, and not performing their duty to uphold the law of the land.