I think Cruz understands where we’re at. The people have no recourse as long as DC won’t listen. The regime has been deliberately spitting in our faces in order to convince us that resistance is futile because Congress will NEVER hold the executive accountable. There is a LOT of anger about Obamacare but currently (with the wimpy R leadership) no way to make that resistance effective. If we don’t FIND a way BEFORE PEOPLE GIVE UP ALTOGETHER the coup will finally be complete.
If this stuff starts brewing now the investigation phase could be done and the actual impeachment with the accompanying revelations could hit right before the 2014 election in which a LOT of Congress-critters have to at least PRETEND to listen to constituents - constituents who are increasingly running out of goodwill as their lives are being trampled by Obamacare and its economy busting. Politicians arguing that it’s just - tee-hee - the RULE OF LAW at stake.... might not be greeted with giggles in this atmosphere.
And if eyes are on the IRS for targeting the Tea Party, the regime might not find it so easy to stop the Tea Party rallies which create public pressure and burst the illusion that a race is close enough to be stolen.
We are literally fighting for our lives, and I think we’re at the critical point in the game where it’s late enough that people can sense the urgency but not so late that we’ve run out of clock.
All of what you say is completely true. This may be the last charge to turn things around. If we don’t we are in the same situation vis a vis the government and the average citizen as our founding fathers were in 1775. When it could not be changed by petitioning the king and by firing up the populace to make the king listen they had to take the more direct route of reclaiming their liberties by force. They did it then, we may be forced into the same situation today. If it comes to that I am as willing to take part even at my age as the founding fathers were back then. I had ancestors who were Minutemen, militia members and regulars against the crown and I will uphold my oath to protect and defend the Constitution against all enemies foreign and expecially domestic to reclaim the Constitution that waa the result of their sacrifices.
FUBO, FAD, & down with the democrat party
You have described the "New Constitutionalism." The theory is that the independent branches have no 'authority' over each other.
The Republicans (and the SCOTUS) have taken this somewhat plausible theory a step too far. That is, not only will they not hold the Executive accountable, they allow the Executive to co-opt their constitutional prerogatives and add them to his own.
This is clearly one explanation of the SCOTUS refusal to hear Obama eligibility suits, as vetting the President is "none of their business," but Congress'!