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February 11, 2014

A good line


Ezra Klein should start working on the inevitable “Why Obama’s unilateral suspensions of the law were okay but this new president’s aren’t” post for 2017. He can always shelve it if Hillary wins.

He also relates how a Republican president in 2016 might want to suspend part of the income tax. To stimulate the economy, don't you know. 


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In the country's entire history, until recently, presidents have observed the constitutional requirements that 1) to become law a bill must be passed by both the House and the Senate and be signed by the president, and 2) the president should "take care that the laws are faithfully executed." Well, sometimes some presidents didn't always live up to number 2.

But President Obama has ignored those constitutional requirements. That is what Russian tsars did. They ruled by ukase. Their proclamations were the law. We have Tsar Barack I.

And the mainstream media not only do not call him on this. In many cases they defend him. Of course, they would harp on it every day if a Republican president did this. Their hypocrisy is stunning.

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