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Shooting Company MidwayUSA Rushing to Deliver AR-15 Parts Before Obama Executive Order

OldmanRick Wrote: Jan 14, 2013 5:10 PM
"There is no specific mention of executive orders in the U.S. Constitution. Instead, presidents argue that the power to make executive orders is implied in the following statements in Article II of the Constitution: •'The executive power shall be vested in a President of the United States' •'The President shall be Commander in Chief of the Army and Navy of the United States' •'He shall take care that the laws be faithfully executed'" The very fact that BO refuses to see that all federal laws are enforced speaks that any of his "executive orders" is a bunch of BS. In fact if congress had any gonads, it would fight this attempt at the usurping of its powers as granted by the Constitution to legislate.
Frank98 Wrote: Jan 14, 2013 5:43 PM
Kongress IS Irrelevant.
The House may as well be in the hands of the marxists for all it's worth.
Boehner, the HIC (HouseCrier In Chief) is hiding under his desk.

MidwayUSA, one of the nation's largest shooting, hunting and outdoor companies, is expediting orders of AR-15 parts and accessories as talk of an executive order from President Obama continue in Washington D.C. The company is doing its best to deliver parts ordered by customers before executive action is taken.

Dear ******,

We have been holding some products for you, waiting for other items to arrive so we could ship your order complete.  However, we believe an Executive Order could be released any day prohibiting the sale of certain products such as high-capacity magazines and...