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53% Say the Federal Government Threatens their “Rights and Freedoms”

scrow Wrote: Feb 01, 2013 2:52 PM
EOs are not inherently unConstitutional. It's not clear what you mean by "If unconstitutional, then (Obama) will stop immediately." He's a Constitutional scholar. When will he stop if something is unConstitutional? When the SC gets involved? Why can't he use his judgment before that? And if his judgment is wrong and the SC says the specific EOs he's issued are unConstitutional... what does that say about the President's judgment?

The president’s second inaugural address was what Charles Krauthammer and Charles R. Kessler, respectively, called an “ode to big government” and a “[reinterpretation of] American principles.” It was, in many ways, unapologetic and decidedly to the left of any inaugural oration delivered in modern American history -- and a far cry from the Lincolnian ideal. Ironically, however, while the American public evidently endorsed the status quo (i.e., trillion dollar plus-deficits, more bureaucracy, and bigger government) by re-electing the president, more Americans than ever believe that the federal government threatens their “