Skip to comments.Obama: "With Or Without Congress, I'm Going To Keep At It" (Hussein's Latest Arrogance)
Posted on 01/13/2012 1:23:41 PM PST by Recovering_Democrat
"In the coming weeks we're also going to unveil a new website, Business USA. And this site will be a one-stop shop for small businesses and exporters...with or without congress, I'm going to keep at it. But it would be a lot easier if Congress helped," President Obama said at the White House today.
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Obama doesn’t want help, he wants accomplices.
Accessories before the fact.
Someone to spread the blame.
The Obama disaster picks up momentum...
Took the words right out of King George III’s mouth.
Where was this pro-business stuff in Year 1 of the Reign of the Anointed One? Year 2? Year 3?
Besides, I believe there’s been a “Business America” or similar export initiative for YEARS.
Thanks for the heads up Army Air Corps
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What hussein really wants he will not say. What he tells you is the metaphor or the big lie.
Nixon + EPA = Power.
Hussien + given unlimited powers to create new departments = Chavez State
“President Nixons creation of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), which was cobbled together from parts of other federal agencies by executive order, marked the beginning of a regulatory revolution. No other federal agency has ever been created in this fashion. Nixon had first wanted an act of Congress to create a cabinet-level Department of Environment and Natural Resources, but abandoned the plan because of congressional opposition. Others in the Nixon White House thought the new EPA should be more like the National Institute of Health, conducting research and recommending environmental standards and strategies for Congress and the states to incorporate into legislation. But Nixon wanted the EPA to be an operating and enforcement-oriented agency. Ironically, the EPA that emerged is a more powerful agency than a cabinet-level department, because unlike a cabinet department that is more closely under the authority of the White House, the EPA enjoys more independence as an administrative agency.
The lack of congressional deliberation and a specific statutory mission has made the EPA a battleground for the competing views of what the environment comprises.
Not only was the EPA without specific statutory basis but the Nixon reorganization plan that created the agency left the term environment undefined. Nixon thought these matters should be left for the EPAs administrator to decide.