Here’s Why Lawyers Should Not Be President: A 3rd Consecutive Term Is Possible

We have no beef against lawyers, and some will get offended. Please don’t take this the wrong way. Unfortunately, of all the professions of those seeking powerful elected office, lawyers, particularly lawyers with constitutional and political academic backgrounds, lawyers can be the most dangerous, especially as President. With Bill Clinton, we saw him actually argue in a court proceeding “it depends on what the meaning of the word ‘is’ is.” That kind of wiggling around word definitions is why citizens should seek an amendment to the constitution barring lawyers from running for high office. We’re being a bit facetious perhaps, but given the history of how sinister ones with a legal background have secretly sent this country down a dark path with word play and legalese, we have to seriously vet those with legal backgrounds who run for high office. Obama, who also has a constitutional legal academic background, also knows how to wiggle his way out of constitutional boundaries. The 22nd Amendment to the Constitution says “No person shall be elected to the office of the President more than twice” (Click here for the full text). Now most non lawyers know what the spirit of this part of the constitution means. The idea is that you get two terms and you’re done for life. However, a clever legal mind with sinister intentions can say, “I can just use an executive order staying in office without an election process if there is a national emergency.” Is this possible? Remember, Jesus Christ called Satan a liar from the beginning, and a lie means using deception to convince others to avoid the truth. Deception also includes going against what a reasonable person would assume to be good for the community, even if it means going against the spirit of the law. Some decent Christians with the gift of prophecy seem to think this scenario is likely with Obama later this year. Time will tell. Stay in prayer. Amen.

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