Why does the President issue executive agreements and executive orders?


So he can gain authority that the Constitution does not give him, without the authority of Congress. Basically, so he can have UNCONSTITUTIONAL authority, including the power to detain individuals without charges indefinitely, conduct illegal surveillance, construct FEMA concentration camps across the country, and declare martial law over sovereign states, especially if they do not submit to the H1N1 Hoax.

Post Author: mark

5 thoughts on “Why does the President issue executive agreements and executive orders?

    donk35

    (February 22, 2010 - 11:51 pm)

    Hush ! He didn’t know that yet.
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    Destroy things

    (February 23, 2010 - 12:31 am)

    Executive…
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    FEMA…
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    gracie.barbosa

    (February 23, 2010 - 1:00 am)

    Well in 0bama’s case because they are so insane even HE knows they won’t be supported.

    What are they going to do about Guantanamo again? They were going to have that closed by January right? So much for those executive orders.
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    Confederate Soldier

    (February 23, 2010 - 1:46 am)

    So he can gain authority that the Constitution does not give him, without the authority of Congress. Basically, so he can have UNCONSTITUTIONAL authority, including the power to detain individuals without charges indefinitely, conduct illegal surveillance, construct FEMA concentration camps across the country, and declare martial law over sovereign states, especially if they do not submit to the H1N1 Hoax.
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    sheldonlinker

    (February 23, 2010 - 2:31 am)

    Congress makes laws, and the Executive branch carries them out. Normally, there’s a chain of command. The president acts through his secretaries, who have staffs to get things done. The president can control all of the executive branch directly, though, and often does so through executive orders. These orders are supposed to be used in carrying out laws Congress has made, and are not to make new laws. An executive order not based in law has no bearing, and should be ignored by anyone who gets one.

    The president is also commander-in-chief of the military. In that regard, he can issue military orders. Unless there’s law against it, these orders must be followed.
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