There were Black Panthers carrying billy clubs and intimidating voters in Philadelphia that Obama, and his Justice Department run by that clown Eric Holder, refused to prosecute. Where is the outrage over that? If it had been white intimidators and a white President, there would have been riots in the streets and Democrat legislators hitting the roof over it.
Then Obama sues Arizona over their immigration law, lawfully passed by their state legislators. Unbelievable!
More recently we have the Obama Administration, and his DOI Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar, exceeding their authority and good common sense in putting a oil drilling ban in the Gulf, along the way destroying jobs and the local economy. When the ban is struck down and a Federal Judge holds the Administration in contempt for continuing the moratorium, it is ignored. Who holds the people at the highest level responsible when they flout the law? Ultimately the only way we have to hold them responsible will be the election in 2012.
Speaking on elections, you can see Obama gearing up for 2012 by pandering to his base in declaring that the Administration and the Justice Department would not uphold Federal law once again, this time in the instance of the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA). Mike Huckabee, former Governor of Arkansas and 2008 Presidential candidate summed it up best when he said “ "The president has made an incredibly, amazing inexplicable political error. He is out of touch with the voters in every state in which this is on the ballot...Had he taken this position in the campaign, he might not have been elected. He supported traditional marriage with a man and woman in 2008. Either not being honest then or he's not being honest now. Or he changed his mind, and he needs to explain when and how that happened, and why." The answer is simple, he’s pandering to the extreme left.
And of course, you can dismiss the Jan 31, 2011 ruling by a federal judge who declared not just part but their entire national health care law is unconstitutional. Judge Roger Vinson declared Congress exceeded its authority by forcing Americans to buy health insurance. 26 states are party to this suit against the Federal government, by way of Democrats in the Senate and House who forced this unconstitutional monstrosity down the throats of the American people.