The Democrats, and many of the Republican Establishment, would like you to think that Donald Trump is “unqualified” to be president. President Obama has declared his opponent, Hillary Clinton, to be “the most qualified person ever to seek the office of the president.”

Oh really?

See, here’s the thing. The president leads the Executive branch of government. The purpose of the executive branch is to “faithfully execute” the laws that Congress passes. In fact, that’s what the presidential oath of office declares:

“I do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will faithfully execute the office of President of the United States, and will to the best of my ability, preserve, protect, and defend the Constitution of the United States.”

How many of you think that President Obama has worked to preserve, protect and defend the Constitution to the best of his ability? It appears that he has worked to the best of his ability to undermine it at every turn!

As for faithfully executing laws, the Obama administration has been selectively enforcing the laws, ignoring those laws he personally disagrees with, and writing their own “laws” in the form of overreaching executive orders when Congress chooses not to

That’s not how our Republic is supposed to function.

President Obama seems very confused about the proper role and function of the Executive Branch of our government, so his endorsement of who should take over for his extra-constitutional administration sounds more like a disqualified to me.

No, the Congress makes the laws, the Supreme Court interprets the laws, and the President executes the laws. In fact, the president is supposed to enforce those laws equally, regardless of whether a person is a Conservative, a member of a Tea Party organization, a Wall Street mogul, or a former first lady.

If you want to restore Constitutional rule to our country, then it’s time to vote for a Chief Executive to lead the Executive Branch, instead of a career politician.

Vote for Donald J. Trump.

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