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    Default President encourages companies to ignore the law.

    I like how the President is bribing companies to ignore the law. Is it just me, is law just a nuisance for this administration? Love the double standard, never seen something like this by a President and it's only being reported at one major source unless it's buried somewhere it can't be easily seen.

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    This is definitely the M.O. of this administration. Obama's attitude is the rules don't apply to him. While I'm not calling him the next Hitler or Stalin, YET, it's very clear he's an ideologue that has an agenda. He can't say it any clearer than he has. His mission is to fundamentally change America. Problem is most of Americans don't recognize this or want to believe this is true. Anybody with their eyes open and paying attention sees Obama is not governing for the people, he's forcing his will on the people.

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