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Why Sebelius Campaigns So Hard for Her Boss — and Why He Won’t Fire Her

skywalker58 Wrote: Oct 15, 2012 1:45 PM
The executive branch of government has become TOO powerful. Congress has abdicated their power to make laws. The executive branch is supposed to enforce the law, after Congress has created it. We now have Executive Branch Departments and Agencies writing rules and regulations and then enforcing them. These un-elected bureaucrats cannot be voted out without voting out the President, and then the new president firing them. We the People cannot voice our opinion about not agreeing with some rule or regulation and then remove that person if they don't do the will of the people.

Secretary of Health and Human Services Kathleen Sebelius has been campaigning so enthusiastically for President Obama that she — whoops! — broke a federal law that restricts political activities by executive-branch officials. Federal employees are usually fired for such transgressions, but no one expects that to happen to Sebelius. Heck, she got right back in the saddle.

Every cabinet official (probably) wants to see the president reelected, and no president relishes dismissing a cabinet official. But in this case, there’s an additional incentive for...

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