posted on Feb, 11 2014 @ 10:23 AM
OP, if you are claiming that any
EO is against the Constitution, then I disagree. The Executive Order has become an important mechanism in the
administration of the Executive Branch in the last 80 years or so (i.e. the time that most of us have been alive).
As long as an EO does not abuse Constitutionally-protected rights of the People or directly negate a specific power of one of the other two Branches,
I don't find those actions to be against the Constitution.
As far as your alleged "overreach" of Federal agencies, these groups are charged with enforcing our laws. Sometimes this means establishing specific
regulations in line with existing legislation. When these actions are out of line, there are appropriate channels (i.e. the Judiciary) to address or
redress real wrongs.
Every level of government will seek to assume more power than it is given. That is the nature of government. Any government, any where, any time.
There is no split between right and left.
Of note, the sing-song about "the left" being the sole Takers and "the right" being the sole Makers is mere partisan rhetoric.
Your mileage may vary.
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