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Pennies, Marijuana and Cell Phones: The Top Questions for Obama's Google Hangout

Reginald10 Wrote: Feb 15, 2013 3:57 PM
Since when is the Librarian of Congress empowered to pass and sign legislation, making a law against something? Or a judge and jury, to decide that someone is guilty of a crime? When this hits the court, just deny that this "ruling" is a Law, because it hasn't been passed by Congress and signed by the President. "Due Process" wasn't done!

Today at 4:50 PM ET, President Obama will take questions in a Google+ Hangout. 16,514 people submitted 7,520 questions and cast 97,853 votes for what questions that they wanted President Obama to answer.

This is President Obama's second Google Plus Hangout. His first took place on January 30, 2012. On August 29, 2012, President Obama participated in a Reddit "Ask Me Anything" thread. In that thread he responded to 10 questions (most of which were the most popular questions). Some of the questions that he chose to respond to were "soft-ball" questions such as,"Who's your favourite [sic]...