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    Obama: 2014 a year of action - to rule by executive order

     
    President Obama has threatened to rule by executive order if Congress does not move or enact legislation accordingly. Obama has said that 2014 is a year of action. What kind of action he is referring to is only known to himself and potentially his advisers or inner circle.

    What is disturbing is that President Obama believes that issuing executive orders is actually law when in reality all laws, or the authority to enact law is granted to the U.S. Congress. An executive order is not law.

    Why haven't the media and Democrats picked on this is subject to mass study in mass social psychology and not political science or American politics.

    This is the very thing that our U.S. Constitution guards against, and President Obama is threatening to by pass the Constitution and rule like a dictator. If he does rule like this, than we have lost our republic and we will have allowed the world's greatest and oldest experiment to fail.

    I would urge any one out there, read the Constitution, and read for yourself what the president can, and can not do.

    http://www.archives.gov/exhibits/charters/constitution_transcript.html

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