The Obama Administration is working to undermine the U.S. Constitution.
The White House is threatening to alter the Second Amendment right to bear arms with executive orders.
The Administration is also being pressured to sidestep the Fourteenth Amendment, take constitutional power from Congress, and unilaterally raise the debt ceiling.
For months, the Obama Administration has been using HHS regulations to directly defy the First Amendment with its abortion-pill mandate.
These unprecedented attacks on the Constitution must stop.
To President Obama, Vice President Biden and HHS Secretary Sebelius:
The presidential oath of office requires the President to “preserve, protect, and defend the Constitution of the United States." Yet you threaten to use executive orders to undermine our fundamental liberties, including our right to bear arms, while your HHS regulations defy the First Amendment. Remember your oath, stop these actions, and defend the Constitution.
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