Recently outside Monticello, Thomas Jefferson’s home in Charlottesville, Virginia, Obama gave his view of the Constitution and the separation of powers, “That’s the good thing as a president, I can do whatever I want.”
Here, Bob Levy, chairman of Cato’s board of directors, explains the procedures involved in stopping Obama from unilaterally becoming the legislature.
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