We’re Putting Unconstitutional ‘Concentration of Power in President,’ Says Constituti

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  1. mandym

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    A scholar who served for 40 years as a constitutional law expert at the Library of Congress is pointing to President Barack Obama’s use of military force in Libya without congressional authorization--and, in the longer-term, a lack of effective action by Congress to protect its constitutional prerogatives--as evidence the United States has begun putting an unconstitutional “concentration of power” in the hands of one man.

    “We’re ending up with a concentration of power in the president which is not constitutional,” Louis Fisher, now a scholar in residence at the Constitution Project, told CNSNews.com’s Online With Terry Jeffrey.

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    Fisher is correct.

    Congress should have taken definitive action, up to and including impeachment.
     

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