Why do you say that? I think they object plenty. Their objections are not covered by the MSM, though. Those stories are spiked.
This is true. I am not saying is easy, but we have to change our tactics. Relying on the news cycle doesn't get it done. When I say we don't object, I am not saying we don't talk about it on the web, on blogs, on talk radio, etc.
In the past year, as Obama started using these executive decision-making to go around the Congress, our side strategically didn't make a big deal of them (Gays in military, Dream Act, etc, etc), because they specifically wanted to make this election about the economy. You never say Congressional leaders out focusing on executive over-reach. This tactic did not work...clearly.
My main points were: A) We need to start objecting to executive over-reach; and B) We have to start changing our political tactics to battle the opposition throughout the year, rather than jumping in with ads 30 days out from an election. We have to sell our ideas, and why they are better every day of the year, and work around the media through advertising, internet display ads, etc.