Source: The Hill

STOCKMAN WALKS OUT OF STATE OF THE UNION SPEECH

Rep. Steve Stockman (R-TX) said Tuesday night he left President Obama's State of the Union speech early after "hearing how the President is further abusing his Constitutional powers."

"I could not bear to watch as he continued to cross the clearly-defined boundaries of the Constitutional separation of powers," Stockman said in a press release shortly agter Obama's speech ended

"Needless to say I am deeply disappointed in the tone and content of tonight's address."

Stockman said that Obama was promising to "break his oath of office and begin enacting his own brand of law through executive decree."

"This is a wholesale violation of his oath of office and a disqualifying offense," the Texas congressman said.

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Dexterous 6 years 2 weeks ago
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Truly you are unaware of the fact many in congress have walked out of the SOTU speeches before they were over for years. Most are wanting to be the first interviewed by national or local reporters.

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