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@Adoniah (7515)
United States
April 26, 2011 1:57pm CST
Needs to be put before you....Obama and Senate Rewriting Article II This is an unbelievable article on how Hussein Obama is attempting to circumvent Article II of the Constitution and APOINT people instead of putting them before Congress. He has decided that he is now a DICTATOR NOT A PRESIDENT. He does not need anyone else's opinion on matters. He is the soul judge on what is to be done in this country. Wake up people...I have been saying this for months and no one has listened. I have been rudely put down, but now you have to listen. You have to DO SOMETHING FAST!!! Obama and Senate Rewriting Article II
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• United States
26 Apr 11
You're lying. The bill rewrites sections of the United States Code. It does not alter Article II in any way.
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@Rollo1 (16685)
• Boston, Massachusetts
26 Apr 11
Don't you think "you're lying" is a very insulting and unnecessary accusation? If you disagree, I think "you're mistaken" might be a more reasonable and appropriate way to address the issue. Being rude doesn't make you right.
@Adoniah (7515)
• United States
27 Apr 11
For some reason the Utube link with Congressmen addressing the issue did not come up. I was quoting them when I said the bill rewrites the constitution. I was not lying. I believe it was meant to represent a feeling as much as fact. You really can be a jerk sometimes Metallion. It does not rewrite Article II...it just ignores it and does what ever it wants too.
• United States
27 Apr 11
@Rollo1: The first few times I see deliberate misstatements of fact, I'm willing to extend the benefit of the doubt and figure someone's mistaken. For Adoniah, that time expired quite some time ago. @Adoniah: "I believe it was meant to represent a feeling as much as a fact" So... not intended to be a factual statement? Because the fact is that it modifies the USC, not the Constitution. Article II does not require the positions in question to be approved by the Senate, which is why the USC specified that the positions had to be approved.
@laglen (19780)
• United States
27 Apr 11
You had some pretty abrupt and snarky replies, so in that spirit.... sorry. Any who, Article II describes the appointments of the President's cabinet. http://www.thenewamerican.com/usnews/constitution/7129-obama-and-senate-rewriting-article-ii Left alone, he can appoint his advisers. I think this is right. Maybe there should be limits - not 500 czars, but I dont think they should touch the Constitution. That is and should remain sacred. I quite specifically do NOT want this administration even LOOKING at that document.
@Adoniah (7515)
• United States
27 Apr 11
This is not about appointing folks to the presidents cabinet. It is about letting the idiot appoint people to the Supreme Court and other equally important positions without any input from our elected official. There is a reason why we have a Congress etc. It is to keep the president from doing just this kind of thing. He is already involving us in little battles all over the Mideast that we have no business being in and now he wants supreme power to appoint anyone he wants to. Another thing...Someone needs to make him get rid of his "pet" czars...he does not refer to them as czars for nothing.
• United States
27 Apr 11
Putting all the bickering aside many citizens of this country have reason to believe we are moving towards a dictatorship.
@Adoniah (7515)
• United States
27 Apr 11
True...