Skip to comments.Three Ways Obama's Executive Orders are the Worst of Any President
Posted on 07/15/2014 6:47:28 AM PDT by ConservingFreedom
Ruth Marcus of the Washington Post is the latest to defend President Barack Obama's use--past, present, and future--of executive orders to circumvent Congress. She argues that his "push-the-envelope moves" are "within the bounds of the modern presidency." Marcus is not alone here: others have pointed out that Obama has used fewer executive orders than his predecessors, forgetting that constitutionality is what matters, not quantity. [...]
There are three basic ways in which Obama's behavior exceeds that of any his predecessors.
The first is that Obama is using executive orders and actions to alter his own legislation. [...]
The second way in which Obama's abuse of executive power is different is that he has done it to prevent the legislature from acting. [...]
The third way in which Obama's behavior is unusual is that he commands sweeping executive power on some issues while arguing, on other issues, that he has no power to act. [...]
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Watch the squeal when President Cruz starts issuing his executive orders.
The president can suggest laws, but they must be passed through both houses and come for his signature. For the Founding Fathers did not want to see a King over America ever again.
Watch the squeal when President Cruz starts issuing his executive orders....................................... Hate to burst your bubble, but the Canadian will be destroyed before he could become President. He wasn’t born here. Yes, you can argue like they did with Obama’s birth, but Cruz isn’t a Democrat, therefore the rule strictly applies to him. You can be assured that the MSM will see to it that it is covered far more than than the attention they gave to Obama.
“...the Canadian will be destroyed before he could become President. He wasnt born here.”
Sounds like we got a racist!
ALL Executive Orders should be illegal..
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