By Thomas Madison

Regardless of what else you may think of Louie Gohmert you can hardly question his patriotism. His speech on the House floor before the vote to fund Homeland Security was stirring, and he practically begged his fellow members of Congress to put a stop to the runaway executive train called Barrack Hussein.

Said Congressman Gohmert, “This president didn’t even have the gumption to write an executive order and sign it. He spoke his new amnesty law into being, and then Jeh Johnson did a memo.”

“That took the power of Congress away from us,” Gohmert exclaimed, his voice steadily rising.

“So the question on acting responsibly is, do we make that message clear: we’re not having laws spoken into being in this country, and having some bureaucrat, unelected, come around with a memo that undoes laws by different Congresses all these years, signed by different presidents.”

“With a memo?!” screamed Gohmert. “Come on!”