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President Obama’s no-Congress strategy

President Barack Obama is planning to bypass congressional Republicans with a surge of executive actions and orders on issues like voting rights, health care, job creation, the economy, climate change and immigration. And this time, he really, really, really means it. Really. Obama’s started to sell his pitch to congressional Democrats, meeting with caucus groups at the White House and going to the Hill on Wednesday morning to speak with House and Senate Democrats.

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Comment by Ed Price
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This article virtually proves that the presidency is a kingship, with different kinds of restrictions and operations that any other kingship has ever been. But it is a kingship just the same. Congress is simply two different classes of nobles, the Senate for Big Business that is known as the State, and the House supposedly under the control of the people directly. The Judiciary is simply the "second" in motions set up by Government.

It's all BS. The whole thing is a kingship.

The interesting part about executive orders is, originally they were to act only in true emergencies, or within lands belonging to the Federal Government - like the 10 square miles of D.C., or the territories that are not States. Law enforcement has been convinced that they apply as though we were under a kingship. And many, many of the people seem to believe the same way. State Governments seem to like it this way. Only the poor people sit around confounded and befuddled about the reason why the things that happen to them are happening the way they are... like why they are getting poorer no matter how hard they try to preserve or increase the little wealth they think they have.

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