White House: Obama could sign other laws not vote on

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  1. rbell

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    ...well, I guess when you think you're the messiah...and a quarter of the country agrees...then you can't be bothered by the outdated concepts of "laws."

    White House Won't Rule Out That Obama Will Sign Other Bills Such As Immigration Reform That Are Not Put to Yea or Nay Votes in Both Houses


    http://cnsnews.com/news/article/63032

    Hey, why have a congress at all? After all..."he who knows best for us" knows what we need. Why not just trust him?

    (please note all lower-case references. this is to distinguish the self-designated messiah from the real Messiah. Barack will learn the truth one day.)
     
  2. MrJim

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    Executive Order has become a common way to force agenda~~Clinton & Bush signed lots of 'em...
     
  3. Crabtownboy

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    By golly, you are right:

    Executive orders by Bush:

    Clinton:

     
  4. MrJim

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    ..you will find I usually am...:laugh:
     
  5. rbell

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    We see the problem illustrated so well here.

    A bad idea (in this case, executive orders)...started by one person (possibly with OK motives)...and now carried to its illogical end by a president who isn't very concerned with the Constitution.

    It's a "slippery slope" embodied.
     

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