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It was settled by the Constitution, the laws, and the whole practice of the government that the entire executive power is vested in the President of the United States.
Loyalty of the law-making power to the executive power was one of the dangers the political fathers foretold.
The very purpose of the Second Amendment is to stop the government from disallowing people the means to defend themselves against tyranny. Any proposal to abuse executive power and infringe upon gun rights must be repelled with the stiffest legislative force possible.
The contest for ages has been to rescue liberty from the grasp of executive power.
The Independent or Congregational theory includes two principles; first, that the governing and executive power in the Church is in the brotherhood; and secondly, that the Church organization is complete in each worshipping assembly, which is independent of every other.
Making recess appointments when the Senate isn't in recess is neither rational nor moderate. It's a raw misuse of executive power by a president whose love of government is his most vulnerable spot with the electorate.
I am opposed to the accumulation of executive power anywhere.
Concentration of executive power, unless it's very temporary and for specific circumstances, let's say fighting world war two, it's an assault on democracy.
I never believed that surrendering the executive power should be a condition of getting the second term. The second term should stand on its own feet.
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