But the Washington Post doesn't get it completely right about Mr. Obama's position on his Constitutionally authorized powers vis-a-vis immigration. Consider in particular what is in bold below
The president has certainly been consistent on [his Constitutionally authorized power]—until he saw that the path through Congress was blocked. It’s clear from the interviews that the president was not being asked about executive orders that would have provided comprehensive immigration reform, but about specific actions that ended deportations of a subset of illegal immigrants—precisely the type of action he will shortly unveil.Previously he said that was not possible, using evocative language that he is not a “king” or “the emperor.” Apparently he’s changed his mind. The president earns an upside-down Pinocchio for his flip-flop.Apparently HE'S CHANGED HIS MIND?? Well, that's putting matters rather charitably, to say the least. Yes, he did flip-flop. But who in their right mind thinks that, coincidentally when the Dems lost the Senate, Obama had a sudden revelation that he really does have constitutional authority to grant amnesty to c.5 million non-citizens without congressional approval? The Post should've given him an upside-down Pinocchio for flip-flopping AND four Pinocchio's for lying, not changing his mind.
Obama: "Well, actually my position hasn't changed."
That is correct. You are still a serial liar.