Wednesday, February 5, 2014

Yes I can

Sure, we dont like it but...

The Constitution lays upon the president a profoundly important duty, but it does not spell out how the nation’s chief executive is to perform it.  Presidents from George Washington on, and without exception, have often chosen to act on their own to carry out the command of Article II, Section 3, that the occupant of that office “shall take care that the laws be faithfully executed.”

Obama isn't the first to executive order and won't be the last. Read on, it's short.

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