Bottom line... Obamba hates freedom. There is no other conclusion for his recent actions, policy decisions, and speaches.
We will set asside his assault on the free market, and business in general.
First the Supreme Court correctly declares large sections of the McCain/Finegold Campaign Finance bill unconstitutional. This was the correct move, because the First Amendment is very clear on speach. It makes no difference if it is an individual, a non profit group, a labor union, or a corporation, their speech, especially their political speach, is protected. The President said that he would "Strike back hard" at SCOUS. He then scolded them in his State of the Union address.
Next we have the administration coming out and saying that cell phone users have "No expectation of privacy." What? Are you kidding me? What part of "secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated" does this President not understand? Of course cell phone users have an expectation of privacy. Their rights to be secure are protected by the Fourth Amendment.
The guy hates freedom. More and more decisions are being taken away everyday. No checks, no balances.