Obama Not Just Above the Law; He Is the Law

Friday, February 25, 2011

Excerpt from David Lambaugh's latest column entitled Obama Not Just Above the Law; He Is the Law:


To understand the magnitude of Obama's action, we must again consider the above-cited fact that both chambers of Congress passed DOMA by overwhelming majorities reflecting the will of the people that marriage be defined, for legal and policy purposes, as it always had been. Also, no federal appellate court has ruled the statute unconstitutional.

As he has in so many other areas (EPA, the offshore drilling ban, IMF), Obama has usurped the authority of the other two coequal branches of government to make himself, in effect, not just chief executive but super-legislator and a supreme judicial authority.

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So now we have an imperial president who is refusing to enforce a law passed by powerful congressional majorities while persisting in enforcing a law (Obamacare) that two federal courts have already invalidated. The only common denominator is that Obama believes he is the law.

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Hat tip: A Banner is Unfurled, Kingfisher

1 comments:

Anonymous said...

Good article! Obama's actions are inexcusable. We need to do everything we can to make him one term president.

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